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The Inn at Diamond Cove


    The Inn at Diamond Cove
 in Portland
    The Inn at Diamond Cove
 in Portland

Overview

The Inn at Diamond Cove is part of a small, island community called Great Diamond Island off the coast of Portland, Maine. Once pivotal in the militaristic defense of the United States, army structures that were once scattered over the land have been restored and are now homes with wonderful historic detail and character. Prior to being an army base, Diamond Cove was a famous artistic retreat. American literary greats such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Harriet Beecher Stowe spent time experiencing quiet island living there.

The Inn at Diamond Cove reopened in May of 2015 with 44 luxurious, yet simply appointed guestrooms and suites sure to accommodate the needs of its guests. The building has been restored with meticulous attention to historic detail and with the intent on preserving its original character.

The Inn at Diamond cove was formerly an old army barrack that has been restored to exacting specifications in order to preserve the historic character.

Original Property Opened: 1890s

Contact Information:
22 McKinley Court
Portland, Maine 04109

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

The Gilded Age, 1866 ~ 1895

The Inn at Diamond Cove is part of a small, island community called Great Diamond Island off the coast of Portland, Maine. Once pivotal in the militaristic defense of the United States, army structures that were once scattered over the land have been restored and are now homes with wonderful historic detail and character.

Learn more about the History of The Inn at Diamond Cove .


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