The Harbor View at Jones Landing offers the couple and their guests spectacular oceanfront photo opportunities that are unsurpassed. Take in the magnificent view of Casco Bay and Portland from the seaside deck, as well as enjoy the private boat dock, beach and surrounding grounds that overflow with colorful flowers and lush greenery.
Our waterfront cottage is available to family members or guests of the wedding party. This quaint one bedroom cottage is equipped with the essentials for a relaxing evening before the big event.
Your guests will enjoy sweeping views of Casco Bay as they are escorted by a spacious Casco Bay Line ferry from Portland to Peaks Island. Upon arrival, guests will walk a short distance to The Harbor View, where the celebration begins. Ceremonies are often held on the side lawn by the water, with receptions taking place on the covered waterfront deck.
A charming bridal suite is available so that the bride may prepare for her big day. Rental of the property for your wedding can also include our waterfront cottage. For more information and availability, please call 207.766.5652
Our partner, The Black Tie Company, offers personalized service and outstanding cuisine, as well as wedding planning services to organize and manage your event from the smallest to the largest details. We are also available to assist you in creating a wedding ceremony and reception that complements your personal style, family traditions and customs.
When planning a Maine Destination Wedding, there’s no better spot than The Harbor View on Peaks Island!
Team Building/Training Seminars
For corporate and special events, a rate schedule is available, for renting the facility. We recommend that before or after your event at The Harbor View at Jones Landing, you take some time to experience the "unique way of life". As your team reflects over the day's event, they can take the time to relax and socialize while watching the sun setting across Casco Bay. What a great way to end a successful day!
You and your guests may also choose to spend the day on Maine's rocky coastline, visiting one of the Island's many beaches. Guests can easily explore Peaks Island by renting bicycles, kayaks or sailboats. Or for the more traditional route, there is a four mile trail that loops around the island. The roads on Peaks are paved and flat, approximately half waterfront, half residential.
If anyone in your party likes to fish, they can bring their fishing poles and try them out on the back shore, or at the island's "secret spot".