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Walker's Point Hotel & Travel Guide
You're bound to experience something new with a visit to Walker's Point.
It is just one of the many things to do in the wonderful city of Portland.
Are you only staying for a short time? Make a reservation at one of the 16 accommodations that are situated within a short drive of Walker's Point. Many visitors like the Grace White Barn Inn And Spa, Cape Arundel Inn & Resort and Maine Stay Inn & Cottages, 1 mile (2 kilometers), 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers) and 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, respectively.
For travelers that live for a fantastic deal, there are a few low-priced hotels close by that are guaranteed to suit your needs. A pair of examples are the Colony Hotel and the Lodge at Turbat's Creek, which are 0.7 miles (1.1 kilometer) and 1 mile (2 kilometers) away, respectively.
If you want to pamper yourself or dial up the romance with the one you love, a night at an upscale hotel is worth every penny. You will be able to find some within easy reach. Check out The Breakwater Inn and Spa, 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers) away, or The Yachtsman Lodge and Marina, 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.
Other Things to Do Near Walker's PointIf you are hoping to stuff as much as is humanly possible into your time away, here's a sample of what else is happening:
- On your adventures, you ought to stop and check out St. Ann’s Episcopal Church, a local place of worship. If you hope to spend a bit of time inside, make sure you inquire about visiting times first.
- There's nothing quite like the peacefulness of sitting beside the water. Take some me time and simply enjoy watching the sun reflect on the water at Gooch's Beach.
- Get a taste of a more secluded way of life at St. Anthony's Franciscan Monastery, a Christian monastery in the area.
- Vaughn's Island Preserve is a protected location where you can go for a walk, and hopefully see a bird or two.
- See the works of art that are currently on display at Northlight Gallery.