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Welcome to The Cabins at Currier Landing! You are now nestled along the wildflowered banks of the beautiful Benjamin River Harbor, where our cabins offer a perfect retreat for mind and body.

The Cabins at Currier Landing, featured in Dwell magazine as “Three Magical Tiny Cabins Take Root in a Maine Forest,” are located on the Thos. Currier Saltwater Farm. Our shore is tucked into the Benjamin River Harbor just around the bend from the Eggemoggin Reach which opens at either end to the ocean, and provides excellent sailing opportunities.

Glimpses of water & access to 300’ of the Benjamin River Harbor shore. 2 seasonal cabins; 1 studio cabin.

Centrally located on the Blue Hill Peninsula near Deer Isle, the cabins offer access to outdoor activities, cultural events, restaurants & shops.


Blue Hill

About 15 Min. Drive

Blue Hill Books
Blue Hill Books is a community-based independent bookstore in
Blue Hill, Maine. We’re open year-round and offer a curated
selection of books, magazines, and stationery.

Blue Hill Public Library
Check out their site for events.
Cynthia Winings Gallery
One of the most dynamic and engaging art spaces in Maine. “The humble façade (the building was once a barn) belies its compelling contents, from choice Maine landscapes and thought-provoking narrative and figurative work to abstract and conceptual art of the first order.”


About 35 Min. Drive
Castine Historical Society
“The Castine Historical Society, located in the Abbott School and Samuel P. Grindle House on the town common, is a 501(c)3 organization that serves as a window into Castine’s extraordinary past. Our permanent and summer exhibitions, lectures, and house and garden tours would not occur without the energy and dedication of [their] many volunteers and members.”
Wilson MuseumGreat personal collection on cultural development from prehistory to local history. Founded in 1921 by Castine summer resident and geologist Dr. J. Howard Wilson, the Wilson Museum invites you to forge connections across history, places, and cultures.


About 15 Min. Drive

Wooden Boat School
Nestled on the coast of Maine, our beautiful 64-acre “saltwater” campus is the perfect environment for those interested in boatbuilding, repair, design, woodworking, sailing, kayaking, and so much more. 
Leaf and Anna
A tiny shop full of fun and functional products, and a great selection of books for all ages. They carry goods from local businesses down the road, halfway around the world, and so many places in between.
Carding Brook Farm
Carding Brook Farm is a 200 year-old saltwater farm in Brooklin, Maine producing certified organic vegetables and timber frames.
Starting sometime in April, they sell greens and eggs every Wednesday at a self-serve table in their barn.

Full open Farmstand starts June 21 and goes to the end of September on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 1:00 at the Farm.  Visiting the Farmstand is the best way to meet them, walk through the orchards to see the animals, and find a full range of available produce for that week.

Deer Isle

About 23 Min. Drive

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
Founded in 1950 as a research and studio program in the arts, Haystack offers one and two-week studio workshops to participants of all skill levels as well as the two-week, Open Studio Residency program, exhibitions, tours, auctions, artist presentations, and shorter workshops for Maine residents and high school students. Check their site for public tours.
Ronald Harte AntiquesAvailable by appointment

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