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Winter Break Deal

Book before 11/30/21. Reserve a 4-night stay online for winter break from 2/15/2022 to 3/4/2022 and receive 2 nights free. Use coupon code WINTERBREAK.

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Enjoy a Waterfront Getaway on Highland Lake

At Grady's West Shore Motel, you can enjoy the quiet of an off-road lakeside getaway and the personalized service of a small family-operated motel. We are located in the heart of "Vacationland", right on the west shore of Highland Lake in beautiful Bridgton, Maine.  If it's skiing or snow boarding you like, or a moderate hike, Grady's is conveniently located just minutes from Shawnee Peak Ski Resort.

Our size offers an intimate, fun space that larger lodging facilities just can't offer. Many guests enjoy tubing or fishing in the afternoon, playing horseshoes, lounging in the shallow water at our beach, and spending the evening on a relaxing cruise around beautiful Highland Lake.  Folks love to gather after dinner at the fire pit for a beach campfire complete with s'mores and other goodies, often hanging out with friends and new acquaintances til the wee hours of the night. It just doesn't get much better than this! 

Grady's West Shore Motel Blog ...

Sometimes as it happens, you stumble into a friendship when you never expected it. Many years ago, Mark and I booked a vacation through VRBO to a place we had never heard of before. We dropped all four kids off at their respective camps and drove to Jonesport, Maine. Not only did we find an incredible place to find peace and...

What do these guys have in common? They all grew up together in Roslindale, MA and just happen to be 3 brothers from the same family. Pictured here are Larry, Richard, and Billy accompanied by sweet Fiona. The brothers no longer live in that Boston neighborhood. They have made their separate ways in the world, but they are intentional about staying in touch. Over the years they have gathered...