|Below are the on-site accommodations available at the Schoodic Institute. You may only reserve rooms online at the UEvent Reservation System; however, staff are available by phone or email to answer questions and help with the reservation process. Contact the hospitality staff Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Eastern at 207-288-1337 or 207-288-1356. The main information line is 207-288-1310.
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 & Meals
All lodging reservations and meal arrangements are managed directly by the Institute’s hospitality staff through an online reservation system called UEvent. The information in the system reflects conference pricing and availability.
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