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Sebasco Harbor Resort is a privately held destination resort located in mid-coast Maine, 48 miles (77 km) north of Portland.[1] It is situated at the tip of Popham Peninsula 12 miles (20 km) due south of Bath, Maine on over 550 acres (220 ha) and tidal estuaries.[2] Founded in 1930 by bakery magnate Nate Cushman, it was frequented by Eleanor Roosevelt.[3]

Sebasco Harbor Resort contains over 133 guest rooms. There is the Main Lodge, the Lighthouse – built in 1945 and containing 10 guest rooms, cottages, Harbor Village Suites and, as part of a $12 million renovation, the Fairwinds Spa Suites.[4]

There are two restaurants at the Resort – The Pilot House and The Ledges. Both restaurants focus on homegrown and local food purchasing from local and regional organic farmers, lobstermen, fishermen, cheesemakers, dairy farmers, and cattle ranchers.[5]

Sebasco Harbor Resort contains a 9-hole golf course and 3-hole regulation length course for beginners. Other amenities include a saltwater pool, full-service waterfront spa, tennis courts, cruising boat, playground, fitness center, kayaking, recreation center, and lawn bowling. The Quarterdeck is a rec hall of the type made famous in the film, Dirty Dancing.[6] In the summer, the Resort provides a day camp for children. Corporate retreats, weddings and family reunions are also held at the Resort.[7]

In 2008, Sebasco Harbor Resort was named to Parents magazine’s Best Beach Resorts for Families list.[8]

Management: Bob Smith purchased Sebasco Harbor Resort in 1997. Michael J. Lynch is the General Manager/Partner.

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Coordinates: 43°46′02″N 69°51′45″W / 43.7671°N 69.8625°W / 43.7671; -69.8625

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