About Our Romantic Southern Maine Inn

Once home to Chicago lumber baron and Hamilton College trustee Alexander Coburn Soper and his wife Mollie Eliza Pope, for its first fifty years, The Inn at Tanglewood Hall offers a quiet oasis in the heart of quaint York Harbor. Set amidst lush woodlands, colorful gardens, and whimsical fountains, the inn features rooms that have been custom decorated, individually designed, and furnished with luxurious high-end cotton sheets, Turkish cotton towels, down blankets and pillows, with your ultimate comfort in mind.

Relax in the reflective timeless ambiance of a gone-bye era with today’s amenities. Our guest rooms are large and spacious with completely renovated private baths, hairdryers, and naturally scented glycerine soaps. Each room is air-conditioned, and some offer fireplaces, private porches or sitting rooms, refrigerators, and ceiling fans. In-room Widescreen LCD Cable TVs with DVD Players and free Wi-Fi internet access is available for those who wish to spend time in more modern modes.

Enjoy a glass of wine or breakfast on our wraparound veranda facing the gardens and woodlands surrounded by birds chirping and the scent of ocean sea breezes. Inside, an airy sky blue parlor is adjoined to the cheerful morning room and the sun-drenched dining room, all with fireplaces. A large foyer and a hideaway room accent the antique and art-filled downstairs with a grand staircase leading to intimate guest rooms on the mezzanine and second floor. The Billiard room is on the first floor if steps are a challenge.

The ocean is just a short walk away. Beaches, fishing villages, and rocky coastlines begin here and extend northward beyond the Nubble Lighthouse. The Cliff Path around the corner offers refreshing ocean views of Maine’s rugged coast and lobster boats and sloops sailing in and out of the harbor. For an ideal relaxing weekend getaway, romantic honeymoon, anniversary or birthday celebration, wedding guest retreat, or a night away from daily humdrum, we welcome you to savor with generations past, the serendipity and splendor of the Inn at Tanglewood Hall.