Stonington Town Hall Conference Room

A view of Main Street in Stonington.

The Stonington Town Hall Conference room is located in a beautiful, small, working fishing town set midway up the coast of Maine. The room is large, open, and airy, providing a perfect forum for your next group event—whether it be for business or pleasure. The Deer Isle-Stonington area is known for its granite coastline, pine tree forests, and its sweet, fresh-caught lobster. Stonington is a perfect destination for a relaxing trip, workshop, meeting, celebration, or retreat. A unique trait of life in Stonington is the ability to be immersed in nature, yet also have the convenience of modern technology. It is something everyone here thrives on.

Stonington Town Hall

Located in the center of town, the Town Hall is a handsome, mansard-roofed building, a ten-second walk away from two great restaurants and two great inns, across the street from the ocean, and a short drive away from Acadia National Park. You can take the ferry to Isle au Haut, buy a lobster from one of the dealers, and watch the sunset on Sand Beach, all within walking distance of the Town Hall.

A view from inside the conference room.

The room is 2088 square feet, bright, open, and airy. Windows lines all four walls, and there are plenty of tables and chairs for all the people in your party. The space has WiFi, a bathroom, and an accessible entrance. The windows at the front of the room look out onto picturesque Stonington harbor, and you can watch lobster boats coming in from their day at sea, unloading their catch. The room would be great for workshops, classes, meetings, conferences, and more. You might teach a class on painting or quilting, discuss next year’s fiscal projections with your company or do some strategic planning—possibilities abound.

The conference room is 2088 square feet.

The inside of the building has been just as well maintained as the inside as it has on the outside. There’s amazing period ceiling molding, as well as tin ceilings, wooden floors, and paneled walls. The interior, simply put, is a great place to be. 

Feel free to host a meal there-- the Harbor Café, located right next door to the Town Hall, is a great place to get food from.  Burnt Cove Market, right off of Rt. 15 A, is also a good place to get food for a party!  Please make sure to clean up if you do end up hosting a meal.

Renting Information

There are a couple of forms you need to fill out before renting this place. To rent this space, complete the Town Hall Building Use Application form and the Tenant User Liability Program (TULIP) form. Before filling either of these out, you should read the Town Hall Building Use Policy.

Daily rental rates are $25 for an event that will last less than three hours, and $50 for one that will last more than three hours, and a per-event security deposit. Contact the Town Clerks, 207-367-2351 ext. 12, for more information.


 Lobster Boats

Stonington is one of the most beautiful places in the world. While you’re here, there are countless things for you to do—go kayaking out to one of the many islands dotting our coastline, take a hike on the trails that cover the island, go to an Island-wide event, relax at one of our countless beaches, or wander around downtown Stonington and look at the historic buildings and waterfront. Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, Stonington is a wonderful place with tons to do. You can watch a show at the Opera House, go to one of several art galleries on the island, eat fresh Stonington lobster at some amazing restaurants (it’s the number one lobster port in the country!), or go shopping down on Main Street. Take full advantage of your stay in Stonington with this useful guide!



  • Aragosta: 27 Main Street, Stonington, Maine, 04681. 207-367-5500.
  • Stonecutter's Kitchen: 5 Atlantic Avenue, Stonington, Maine, 04681. 207-367-2442.
  • Harbor Café: 36 Main Street, Stonington, Maine, 04681. 207-367-5099.
  • 44 North Coffee: 70 Main Street, Stonington, Maine, 04681. 207-348-5208.

Things to Do


  • Acadia National Park: 53 miles, 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Bangor: 59 miles, 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Bar Harbor: 58 miles, 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Belfast: 58 miles, 1 hour, 30 minutes
  • Blue Hill: 24 miles, 40 minutes
  • Bucksport: 41 miles, 1 hour
  • Camden Hills State Park: 74 miles, 1 hour, 50 minutes
  • Castine: 38 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes
  • Ellsworth: 38 miles, 1 hour
  • Holbrook Island Sanctuary: 25 miles, 55 minutes