It’s far from the most opulent lodging on the Maine Coast, but it might be the most fun. Built as a motor-court motel in the 1950s, this set of six cabins and a four-room motel got a lighthearted, minimalist refresh when Alice Amory reopened the place in 2015. The outdoor pool is full of goofy inflatable animals; the comfy little housekeeping cabins are appointed with mini-fridges, fresh flowers, and record players. Each has its own little deck, and the common spaces (a big shared yard and library) have a social vibe when the place is filled up. Not the place to stay if you want seclusion; terrific if you’d like to make friends (and enjoy one of the region’s best values).