Come enjoy any of Maine's unique seasons and the numerous activities in the Southern Maine area. Maine has always been a timeless summer destination due to its temperate climate and charming personality. Maine is increasingly becoming a destination in other seasons for its events, seafood fair, and peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the day to day.
The holiday season kicks off with the Annual Lighting of the Nubble. Come enjoy a night of seasonal carols, hot cocoa, cookies and a visit from Santa!
Come kick off the summer busy season with us. With many of the local restaurants, activities and patrons having kick-off events, it's an exciting time to be in York!
York Days will be held from July 28 - August 6, 2023.
Enjoy the Annual Summer Lighting of the Nubble, Family Film Night, 5K Road Race Craft Fair and Fireworks!
York Days will always begin the last Friday in July.
Come celebrate fall where there is live music, delicious local food and juried & marketplace crafters. Hosted by the Southern Maine Chamber of Commerce, the event brings together a diverse set of vendors to provide a unique experience for all.
Our guests come from far and wide and keep coming back the Cutty Sark for a variety of reasons. In fact, some of our customers have been returning for over 20 years straight.
Couples can share a tranquil experience among the rocky coasts and sprawling ocean views. And if you didn't already know, Maine is famous for its seafood: namely, lobster. Couples will be able to find a quiet and charming harbor village vacation at the Cutty Sark.
Escape the craziness or monotony of everyday life to explore the magic of Southern Maine. Soak in the crisp air, cozy beds, friendly staff as you take coastal getaway with us.
The Yorks have a wide variety of family activities including Maine's largest zoo, casual restaurants, beach-fun, arcades, bowling and more.
York Beach is one of the most sought after surf destinations on the east coast. If you don't want to try your luck on the waves, there are many other activities including golf, kayaking, mountain biking, and hiking.