Where to stay around Stockholm, ME?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 18 vacation rentals near Stockholm. From 12 Bungalows to 12 Cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Stockholm for a holiday or a weekend are on VRBO.

Can I rent Bungalows in Stockholm?

Yes, of course. VRBO has 12 Bungalows in Stockholm. Our other popular types of vacation rentals in Stockholm include:

  • Cabins: 12 rentals available
  • Cottages: 12 rentals available
  • Houses: 6 rentals available

Can I find a vacation rental with internet/wifi in Stockholm?

Yes, you can select your prefered vacation rental with internet/wifi among our 12 vacation rentals with internet/wifi available in Stockholm. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available.

    Feel right at home in Stockholm

    From cozy lake houses with wraparound porches to charming cabins close to rugged ATV trails, Stockholm vacation rentals are the perfect spots for a quiet countryside getaway in Maine. The town, named after Sweden's capital, saw its beginnings in 1881 with settlers arriving from Sweden as part of Maine's Swedish Colony program. It's the perfect place to visit if you want a time-out from city life. You can de-stress with long walks along the Little Madawaska River, learn about local history at the Stockholm Historical Society Museum, or shoot the breeze with the friendly locals in the quaint tavern.

    Relax and rejuvenate the Stockholm way

    Marching to the beat of your own drum is a concept you can embrace wholeheartedly in Stockholm. You can spend days filled with activities: grab a bike and explore the beautiful countryside, change into your bathing suit and go for a dip in the lake, or bring a bucket and go on a wild berry-picking expedition. The Fourth of July holiday sees residents celebrating with festive cookouts and parades, while winter sees the town's kids dressed in layers, skis in tow, for fun-filled hours in the snow. When night falls, head over to historic Eureka Hall for dinner and live music.

    See snippets of a Swedish past in New England

    Echoes of the past are almost everywhere in Stockholm. Two of the town's 3 churches date back to the days of the first Swedish settlers in the late 1800s—with the third one opening in 1928—and all are still active today. History buffs and genealogy enthusiasts who book Stockholm vacation rentals often include a trip to the Stockholm Historical Society's museum, which houses thousands of artifacts from various points in the town's more than 100 years of development. The museum was originally the Anderson Brothers Store, Stockholm's first general store, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

    Let it snow, let it snow in Stockholm

    Stockholm is located in Aroostook County in northern Maine, where winters are snowy and bitingly cold. January sees the thermostat dropping to sub-zero temperatures in January, but plenty of ice and snow means a plethora of winter activities, ranging from ice-fishing to Nordic skiing, snowmobile-riding, and tobogganing. The summer months of June through August are generally balmy and humid, with daytime highs fluctuating between 75–80 in July, perfect for swimming, boating, and water-skiing. Stockholm also becomes awash in color during summer, when wildflowers growing in the woods and by the roadside show off their vibrant hues.

    Something's fishy in Stockholm

    Bring your tackle, the fish are biting! Many Stockholm vacation rentals are just a stone's throw away from Long Lake or Cross Lake, just 2 of several in the Fish River chain of lakes where you can angle for muskies, bass, and salmon. The pure, clear waters of Madawaska Stream bubble merrily through the center of town, and small brooks meander through a forestland filled with spruce, northern white cedar, and yellow birch trees to join the Little Madawaska River. The fields around Stockholm used to be a game preserve, and today abound with animals that include deer, rabbits, and moose.