For you…an unlimited unplugged experience awaits
everything - accommodations, activities on-island meals, snacks, beer, wine and alcohol is included in your stay with us -
complimentary thursday and sunday airport shuttle from Bangor, Bar Harbor and Portland Maine only | boat taxi transfer from DI yacht club to sheephead island resort| luxury tented fully furnished accommodations | fully operational bathrooms with exquisite showers | all natural bathroom amenities designed exclusively for Sheephead Island Resort from RAW Beauty™ | all rustic gourmet meals, beverages and snacks | wine library | boat house bar| turn-down service | in room amenities | guided activities | whale watching | Acadia National Park Cruise | on and off island hiking | gilead healing spa| doubles tennis court| art studio | swimmable pond | kayaks | paddle boards | canoes | meditation on sea and landscapes | fitness activities | trail running | coastal restoration projects | birding | photography| silent retreats |
Resort activities are weather-dependent – please check availability with your travel agent or resort reservations at time of booking, and expect some flexibility with activity planning during your stay. Airport shuttle service is a shared van or bus. Please note, airport shuttles are required to wait for all arriving guests within a two hour arrival window on arrival days. Shuttle service pickup times are 12:00 noon and 4pm. Departure day shuttle service is 6:00am, 9:00am, and 1pm. Airport shuttles operate on Thursdays and Sundays and only service three Maine airports: Bar Harbor, Bangor and Portland.
About Deer Isle, Maine
Deer Isle is a town in Hancock County, Maine, United States. The population was 1,975 at the 2010 census. Notable landmarks in Deer Isle are the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and the town's many art galleries.
The town was incorporated in 1789, at which time it included the islands of Little Deer Isle, Deer Isle, and Isle au Haut. Deer were abundant on these islands, hence the name. In 1868 Isle au Haut became a separate town. In 1897, the southern third of Deer Isle incorporated as the town of Stonington.
Deer were abundant on these islands, hence the name. In 1868 Isle au Haut became a separate town. In 1897, the southern third of Deer Isle incorporated as the town of Stonington.