Point Lookout Resort, an amenities-laden resort in Mid-coast Maine, was originally built as a different kind of corporate retreat, with 106 log-style cabins scattered over many acres of woods and hiking and jogging trails. the cabins, built by Cianbro Construction of Pittsfield, Maine, are more upscale vacation rental than rustic backwoods retreat - they're considerably larger and better-outfitted than most standard hotel rooms. Blending comfort with deep-woods serenity, they're available in 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom configurations, and all feature an oversized screened porch complete with Adirondack chairs for the perfect summer evening respite.
Cabin interiors delight with floors, walls, and ceilings of polished pine, air-conditioning, and deep leather chairs. Complete kitchens add another touch of home, with gas oven/range units and refrigerators.