The Deer Isle Hostel Features a Main House Inspired by 17th Century Design

By: Michael Hemsworth - Oct 10, 2015
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Hostels are traditionally in urban locations with little more than rooms and a bit of living space, but Deer Isle Hostel in Maine helps to add a rustic, real life experience to your time with them. With private and dorm-style rooms available to suit your needs, the Deer Isle Hostel is a self-sustaining property that draws water from a well, uses solar panels for energy and farms the surrounding land.

During the spring and summer seasons when the property is open to guests, the Deer Isle Hostel holds communal dinners each night at 6:30: perfect for helping guests to get to know one another and their hosts. The area surrounding the Deer Isle Hostel is, as one might guess from the Maine locale, stunning and perfect for hiking, canoeing and simply basking in nature's glory.