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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 Co-opBlue Hill • 14 Min. Drive

Blue Hill Co-op is a cooperatively-owned grocery store that specializes in selling local & organic foods. Everyone is welcome to shop at the Co-op, even if you are not a member!
Blue Hill Wine Shop
Blue Hill • 16 Min. Drive • 

A beautiful selection of wine, beer, cheese, and specialty groceries. Perfect for a night in watching the fireflies from Fern, Pine or Meadow!


Tinder Hearth
Brooksville • 20 Min. Drive •

Reservations required • “No one who loves Tinder Hearth wants you to know about it.” - New York Times

It’s true. They bake only 150 pizzas a night, in a wood-burning brick oven, and only four nights a week.

We highly recommend ordering some baked goods to enjoy back in the cabins!

The Brooklin Inn
Brooklin • 10 Min. Drive •

Reservations required. Indoor and outdoor dining. The restaurant at the Brooklin Inn offers creative and casual fare featuring locally sourced ingredients, Maine craft beers and small production wines.

El El Frijoles
Sedgwick • 5 Min. Drive •

Mexican food just around the corner from us. They make their entire menu from scratch, every day! Food is based on fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. They also have a charging station if you’re driving electric!

Deer Isle • 25 Min. Drive •

Reservations required • Aragosta at Goose Cove sits among one of Maine’s most spectacular and pristine oceanfront locations. Their menu reflects the seasonal flavors of the coastal region.

LDI Lobster
Little Deer Isle • 8 Min. Drive •

A Maine classic overlooking Deer Isle Bridge. Daily chowders, Lobster sammies, seafood and a view!

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Brooklin General Store
Brooklin • 10 Min. Drive •

They offer a rotating selection of grab and go options and pizza along with weekend brunch. “Committed to using local ingredients from small producers as much as possible.”

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