|Below are the on-site accommodations available at the Schoodic Institute.
Located in a quiet, wooded area are six Cape Cod-style duplex cabins. Each cabin offers one bedroom with a queen bed, an open kitchen, dining room and living room, and a full bath on the first floor. On the second floor is a spacious loft area with a bedroom on each side, separated by the staircase for privacy, both offering a full-size bed. Each cabin is equipped with WiFi and a hard-line phone. The Knox cabin offers a handicap-accessible bath and kitchen.
Schoodic Shores Apartment Complex
The Schoodic Shores complex is located in a village-like setting with a playground and picnic area. Complete with WiFi, Direct TV service, hard line telephones, and fully equipped kitchens, the complex offers 2- and 4-bedroom apartments and four 1-bedroom efficiencies.
- Schoodic Shores Two-Bedroom Apartments
These apartments offer one queen-size bedroom and one bedroom with two twin beds. There is a combined, spacious kitchen/living/dining room floor plan and one full bath. All are on a single floor. Each apartment building houses four apartments. Units A & C are downstairs units and units B & D are accessed by a flight of stairs.
- Schoodic Shores Four-Bedroom Apartments
Two buildings, Building 15 and Building 20, house four-bedroom apartments. Building 20 units include one bedroom with a queen bed and a private half bath (no shower). Each unit includes a kitchen, dining area, large open living area and a half bath downstairs. All bedrooms are located upstairs and share a centrally located full bath. Short outside stairs lead into the apartment buildings.
Four one-bedroom efficiency suites are single-floor lodging, appropriate for those with mobility issues, but not for wheelchair use. Each unit has a private bedroom with one queen size bed. These suites feature a combined kitchen/living/dining area; the two larger efficiencies offer a fold-out couch for additional sleepers.
The most cost-effective option, these rooms are basic, dorm-style lodging. The air-conditioned building can house up to 71 guests. Rooms are divided as follows: rooms for four people (two bunks), rooms for six people (three bunks) and one room for three people (one bunk and a twin). You may elect to rent a room with two bunks and not share, ensuring privacy. The Bunk House has a small kitchenette with a mini fridge, microwave and coffee maker, and a spacious common/lobby area. The bunk rooms line the hall and bathroom/shower rooms are centrally located for ease of access. There is one male and one female shower room with two showers per. One full bathroom holds a handicap-accessible, roll-in shower and there are three single baths with toilet/sink.
Rockefeller Hall houses the Institute’s welcome center, administrative offices and a small nature museum.
Don’t want to be inside? Camping is a popular alternative on the Schoodic Peninsula. Learn more about the local Schoodic Woods Campground, managed by the U.S. Park Service.
How to Reserve Lodging After Friday, July 7
All lodging reservations and meal arrangements are managed directly by the Schoodic Institute’s hospitality staff. Effective July 7, all lodging reservations can only be made by phone Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Eastern at
Please note: also after July 7, the Institute can no longer accept meal reservations.