Situated in the heart of Phippsburg, Maine lies the serenely gorgeous Sebasco Harbor Resort. The resort offers many different packages for couples, families and even on-location weddings.

However, one of the most unique attractions at this Maine resort is their stunning lighthouse. And, not only can you see this beautiful lighthouse during your visit, you can also sleep in it, too!

This resort is nestled just a few miles from Popham Beach and is right up against the ocean's edge. No, really, you could actually jump off the side of the pool and land in the Atlantic, though we don't recommend it.

Constructed more than 100 years ago, the Sebasco Harbor Resort came to be in 1909, though it was under a different name and ownership at that time. The resort started its long Maine history as the 'Rock Gardens Inn' for 19 years until becoming the Sebasco Harbor Resort in 1928.

According to Only In Your State, the resort features a saltwater pool, lodges & cottages, a recreation area and even a candlepin bowling alley. Oh, and if none of that is enough to keep you occupied, you can visit their tennis courts or day spa. And if you work up an appetite after a day's worth of activities, there is no lack of food options to choose from. The resort boasts the Pilot House Restaurant, The Ledges Pub & Patio and the Sea Chest Café.

If you're looking to stay in the lighthouse while you're there, you'll want to book soon as reservations will fill up quick. When it comes to the Sebasco Light, you can book the King Room, Queen Room, Queen with limited view, or the double room. Though we think no matter which room you book it's just a wicked-cool thing to say you spent the night in an actual Maine lighthouse.

For booking information and to see photos of the lighthouse and resort, visit their website by clicking right here.

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