Historic Maine Bed and Breakfast Inns


1 Penley House Bed & Breakfast
— Auburn, ME 1889

Bar Harbor

2 Mira Monte Inn & Suites

— Bar Harbor, ME 1864
Acadia National Park is nearby. Many estates are still visible by water tours around the island. Read More
3 Thornhedge Inn

— Bar Harbor, ME 1900
4 Primrose Inn-Historic Bar Harbor Bed and Breakfast

— Bar Harbor, ME 1878
Built in 1878 by Col. William F. Holland, a banker from Savannah, Georgia. The design is what is commonly known as Stick Style Victorian. Having survived the Great Fire of 1947 thanks to a fortuitous... Read More
5 Castlemaine Inn

— Bar Harbor, ME 1886
6 Manor House Inn

— Bar Harbor, ME 1887
7 Hearthside Bed & Breakfast

— Bar Harbor, ME 1907
Built in 1907, our inn showcases beautiful Victorian architecture and antiques. Read More
8 Coach Stop Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1804
Built in 1804, Bar Harbor's oldest inn and possibly the oldest building on the island Read More
9 Llangolan Inn & Cottages
— Bar Harbor, ME 1817
10 Holbrook House
— Bar Harbor, ME 1876
Located one mile from Acadia National Park. Read More
11 Graycote Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1881
The Graycote was built for the Leffingwell family. Christopher Starr Leffingwell was the first Rector of St. Read More
12 Cleftstone Manor
— Bar Harbor, ME 1881
13 Bar Harbor Hotel-Bluenose Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1883
14 The Inns of Ullikana
— Bar Harbor, ME 1885
15 Bass Cottage Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1885
Built in 1885 by Maine politician and newspaperman Joseph Parker Bass for his family's summer retreat. Read More
16 Bar Harbor Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1887
17 Saltair Inn Waterfront Bed and Breakfast
— Bar Harbor, ME 1887
18 Heathwood Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1890
19 Moseley Cottage Inn & Town Motel
— Bar Harbor, ME 1894
20 Holland Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1895
21 Aysgarth Station B&B
— Bar Harbor, ME 1895
22 The Black Friar Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1900
Acadia National Park, the second most popular park in the U. S. (nearby). Read More
23 Stratford House Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1900
24 Canterbury Cottage B&B
— Bar Harbor, ME 1900
25 The Inn at Bay Ledge
— Bar Harbor, ME 1900
26 The Maples Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1903
27 Balance Rock Inn on the Ocean
— Bar Harbor, ME 1903
28 Atlantean Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1903
29 Chiltern Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1905
30 Anne's White Columns Inn
— Bar Harbor, ME 1930

Bass Harbor

31 Bass Harbor Cottages Country Inn
— Bass Harbor, ME 1898


32 The Kennebec Inn

— Bath, ME 1851
33 The Inn at Bath

— Bath, ME 1835
34 Benjamin F. Packard House
— Bath, ME 1790
The inn is situated in a historic district, and nearby historic Front Street offers many antique stores and other commercial business in historic buildings. Read More
35 Pryor House B&B
— Bath, ME 1820
36 Kismet Inn
— Bath, ME 1860
37 The Galen C. Moses House
— Bath, ME 1874
The home is in the National Register of Historic Homes and has been featured in a number of publications, including the Bank of England's employees magazine "The Old Lady of Threadneedle... Read More


38 The Alden House Bed & Breakfast
— Belfast, ME 1840
The Alden House is the earliest design of prestigious architect Calvin Ryder. The portico has Doric columns delineated by pilasters supporting a full entabulature. Original Italian marble fireplaces... Read More
39 Penobscot Bay Inn
— Belfast, ME 1890
40 The Jeweled Turret Inn
— Belfast, ME 1898
The home, which is listed in the National Register, is near many historic homes. Walking tours are available. Read More

Belgrade Lakes

41 Wings Hill Inn
— Belgrade Lakes, ME 1800


42 Chapman Inn
— Bethel, ME 1865
43 Sudbury Inn
— Bethel, ME 1873
The Appalachian Trail and Sunday River are located nearby. Read More
44 The Victoria Inn
— Bethel, ME 1895

Blue Hill

45 The Blue Hill Inn
— Blue Hill, ME 1830
Built in 1830, added to in 1850, has been a lodging establishment since 1840. One of 76 buildings in historic district. Original clapboards, brickends, flooring, windows, fireplaces. Originally built... Read More


46 Five Gables Inn

— Boothbay, ME 1896
For more than a century the Five gables Inn has perched on a garden-framed hillside overlooking Linekin Bay. Read More
47 Bold Colorful Life Inn
— Boothbay, ME 1800
48 Hodgdon Island Inn
— Boothbay, ME 1810
The inn has housed multi-generations of the Hodgdon family, some of the first settlers in the area dating back to the early 1700s. Prolific purchasers & sellers of land, seafarers, captains,... Read More

Boothbay Harbor

49 Bayberry House

— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1886
50 Topside Inn

— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1840
Built in 1840, our Inn was a prominent sea captains home. The current decor can be described as modern coastal cottage, very fitting for this beautiful property. Read More
51 Harbour Towne Inn on The Waterfront

— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1840
52 The Inns at Greenleaf Lane
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1830
Maine Maritime Museum. Read More
53 Atlantic Ark Inn
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1850
54 The Welch House Inn
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1865
The Welch House has been welcoming guests since 1922. Read More
55 Harbor House Inn
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1867
56 The Harborage Inn on the Oceanfront
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1872
57 Blue Heron Seaside Inn
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1886
Restored 19th-century Victorian. Read More
58 Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa
— Boothbay Harbor, ME 1890


59 Noble House Inn

— Bridgton, ME 1903
This historic inn & Bridgton landmark was built by Senator Staples in 1903 as his summer retreat. Read More
60 Tarry-A-While Resort
— Bridgton, ME 1897


61 Oakland House Cottages by the Side of the Sea
— Brooksville, ME 1767
The Oakland House Hotel opened to the Rusticators on July 4th, 1889. It is on property that was King George of England grant land in 1767. The original homestead is a post and beam structure that is... Read More


62 Brunswick Inn

— Brunswick, ME 1849
The Main Inn building was built in 1849 in the Greek Revival Style as a private residence for Mr. Bowker, the local carriage builder. In the 1920s a Bowdoin Professor added a very large addition to... Read More
63 Captain Daniel Stone Inn
— Brunswick, ME 1819
64 Middle Bay Farm B&B
— Brunswick, ME 1834
65 Pelletier Bed & Breakfast
— Brunswick, ME 1930


66 Swan House B&B

— Camden, ME 1870
67 Timbercliffe Cottage Bed and Breakfast Inn
— Camden, ME 1790
68 Camden Maine Stay Inn
— Camden, ME 1802
The Camden Opera House, historic mill and manufacturing buildings, and the First Congregational Church are among the area's historic sites. Read More
69 Blue Harbor House, A Village Inn
— Camden, ME 1810
70 Captain Swift Inn
— Camden, ME 1810
1810 Federal period home owned by Captain Frank Swift, who started the passenger windjammer trade in New England. Read More
71 Hartstone Inn
— Camden, ME 1835
72 Abigail's Inn
— Camden, ME 1847
Abigail's Inn was built in 1847 by United States Congressman E. K. Smart. E. K. Smart and Jefferson Davis served together in Congress and Davis was a frequent guest in the home prior to the Civil... Read More
73 Inns at Blackberry Common
— Camden, ME 1849
74 Camden Windward House B&B
— Camden, ME 1854
75 Castleview By The Sea
— Camden, ME 1856
Tennis is located next to the property. Antiques, fishing, hiking, shopping, theater, museums, downhill and cross-country skiing, boating and sailing are located nearby. Read More
76 A Little Dream
— Camden, ME 1888
77 The Belmont Inn
— Camden, ME 1890
78 Lord Camden Inn
— Camden, ME 1893
1893 brick building, formerly the Masonic temple. Read More
79 Hawthorn Inn
— Camden, ME 1894
The Hawthorn Inn is an elegant, Queen Anne-style Victorian mansion. Read More
80 Whitehall Inn
— Camden, ME 1901


81 The Old Iron Inn
— Caribou, ME 1900


82 The Castine Harbor Lodge
— Castine, ME 1893
The academy includes old British barracks and the school keeps a training ship anchored at the town dock. Read More
83 Pentagoet Inn
— Castine, ME 1894
84 Castine Inn
— Castine, ME 1898

Chebeague Island

85 Sunset House Bed & Breakfast Inn
— Chebeague Island, ME 1910
86 Chebeague Island Inn
— Chebeague Island, ME 1925
One of the few remaining inns that once dotted the coast, the inn's history goes back well over a century to the Hillcrest, the first inn built on this site. Read More


87 The Black Duck Inn on Corea Harbor
— Corea, ME 1890


88 Cornish Inn
— Cornish, ME 1848

Deer Isle

89 Pilgrim's Inn
— Deer Isle, ME 1793
Built in 1793. Read More
90 The Inn at Ferry Landing
— Deer Isle, ME 1840
Site of the ferry to the mainland until the bridge was built in 1939. Read More


91 The Brewster Inn
— Dexter, ME 1860
The Brewster Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a former Maine Governer and Government Senators family home. The 5 x Oscar award winning film "The Aviator" starring... Read More


92 Royalsborough Inn at the Bagley House
— Durham, ME 1772

East Boothbay

93 Ocean Point Inn
— East Boothbay, ME 1898


94 Todd House
— Eastport, ME 1775
95 Weston House
— Eastport, ME 1810
Nearby historic attractions include Campobello Island, where Franklin D. Roosevelt spent his summers. King's Landing, a restored Loyalist settlement dating back to 1780, is two hours away. Read More
96 The Milliken House B&B
— Eastport, ME 1846
The waterfront historic district is just two blocks away as is the Barracks Historical Museum. Read More
97 Kilby House Inn
— Eastport, ME 1887
FDR home at Campobello. Read More


98 Farmstead Bed and Breakfast
— Eliot, ME 1704


99 Maple Hill B&B
— Freeport, ME 1831
100 Kendall Tavern B&B
— Freeport, ME 1832
101 Candlebay Inn
— Freeport, ME 1853
Built in 1853 by famous shipbuilder, John A. Briggs, who built wooden ships including one of the largest: 3 masts, 3 decks, 240 ft. long, 44 ft. wide, capacity of 2,200 tons. Read More
102 White Cedar Inn
— Freeport, ME 1888
103 Harraseeket Inn
— Freeport, ME 1889
104 James Place Inn
— Freeport, ME 1890
Built in 1890, one of the "Mallett Houses," a prominent businessman in the early-to-mid 1900s. Read More


105 Main Street Bed and Breakfast

— Fryeburg, ME 1820
Built in 1820 by Dr. Read More
106 The Oxford House Inn

— Fryeburg, ME 1913
Inn was designed by the famous Maine architect, John Calvin Stevens, as a stately, Mission Style home on Main St. Read More
107 The Lodge at Hardy Farm
— Fryeburg, ME 1750


108 Grey Havens Inn

— Georgetown, ME 1904
Built in 1904, Historic Grey Havens Inn is significant for its Shingle Style Architecture. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Read More
109 Mooring Bed & Breakfast

— Georgetown, ME 1895
Built in the late 1800s. Bought by the innkeeper's great grandfather, Walter Reid, the donor of Reid State Park in 1895. Read More
110 Coveside Bed & Breakfast
— Georgetown, ME 1880


111 PineCrest Bed and Breakfast
— Gorham, ME 1825
Built in 1825, maintains much of its original woodwork and detail. Read More


112 Sunset House
— Gouldsboro, ME 1898


113 Caswell Arms
— Gray, ME 1790


114 Greenville Inn at Moosehead Lake
— Greenville, ME 1885
SS Katahdin, restored steamship offering daily cruises, in season (nearby), Moosehead Marine Museum (nearby), Evelyth Craft-Sheridan Historical House Museum (2 miles). Read More
115 Pleasant Street Inn
— Greenville, ME 1889
L. Bean by 60 years, this historic and grand Queen Anne home typifies the New England Inn. Read More
116 Blair Hill Inn at Moosehead Lake
— Greenville, ME 1891
Blair Hill Inn was built in 1891 as the centerpeice of a 2,000-acre gentleman's farm. The farm bred cattle, pigs, goats, fancy roosters and collie dogs. The original details such as pocket doors,... Read More
117 Lodge at Moosehead Lake
— Greenville, ME 1917


118 Trebor Mansion Inn
— Guilford, ME 1830


119 Maple Hill Farm B&B Inn
— Hallowell, ME 1906
Late Victorian house is on land that was cleared and settled in the late 1700s. Read More


120 Crocker House Country Inn
— Hancock, ME 1884
C. to Bar Harbor Express. Read More


121 Harpswell Inn
— Harpswell, ME 1761
122 The Common Table
— Harpswell, ME 1840


123 Harrison House B&B
— Harrison, ME 1867
124 Greenwood Manor Inn
— Harrison, ME 1870

Isle Au Haut

125 The Keeper's House
— Isle Au Haut, ME 1907
Acadia National Park, adjacent 18th-century one-room school house, church & town hall (1-mile walk away). Read More


126 Waldo Emerson Inn

— Kennebunk, ME 1753
The original Dutch gambrel was constructed by one Waldo Emerson in 1753. Waldo, great-uncle of Ralph Waldo Emerson, the poet/essayist, made a tidy profit building clipper ships on the river behind... Read More
127 The Kennebunk Inn
— Kennebunk, ME 1799
128 The Inn at English Meadows
— Kennebunk, ME 1860
c. 1860 house and barn formerly owned by Jerimiah T. Read More
129 Bufflehead Cove Inn
— Kennebunk, ME 1888
The inn was built as a summer cottage in the late 1800s by a local boat builder. Read More
130 Beach House
— Kennebunk, ME 1893
Laudholm Farmhouse (3 miles), Trolley Museum (4 miles), Keyport's ship builders and sea captains homes (1 1/2 miles). Read More
131 Lake Brook Bed & Breakfast
— Kennebunk, ME 1900
The Brick Store Museum and other historical sites are nearby. Read More

Kennebunk Beach

132 Seaside Inn and Cottages
— Kennebunk Beach, ME 1667
12th generation innkeepers since 1667. Read More


133 Captain Jefferds Inn

— Kennebunkport, ME 1804
Constructed in 1804 by Mr. Daniel Walker and family. Mr. Walker gifted this estate to his daughter upon her marriage to the seafaring Captain William Jefferds in 1805. Read More
134 Harbor Inn

— Kennebunkport, ME 1903
135 Cove House
— Kennebunkport, ME 1793
136 1802 House
— Kennebunkport, ME 1802
Built in 1802 and moved to its current location. Original, exposed wood beams, hand-hewn mantles, original floor plan. Read More
137 The White Barn Inn
— Kennebunkport, ME 1810
138 Captain Lord Mansion
— Kennebunkport, ME 1812
1814 Mansion built by wealthy shipbuilder Nathaniel Lord during the War of 1812. Noted housewright Thomas Eaton was the architect of the building. Read More
139 Captain Fairfield Inn
— Kennebunkport, ME 1813
The Inn is a Federal-style ship captain's home, built in 1813 by Captain James Fairfield. Read More
140 Chetwynd House Inn
— Kennebunkport, ME 1840
141 Maine Stay Inn & Cottages
— Kennebunkport, ME 1860
Sea Captain's Cupola (Widow's Walk), Partially "Flying" Victorian Spiral Staircase, Crystal Starburst Windows, Wrap-around porch, Hand Carved Woodwork. Read More
142 Cape Arundel Inn & Resort
— Kennebunkport, ME 1895
143 Kennebunkport Inn
— Kennebunkport, ME 1899
Nott House. Read More
144 Edgewater Inn
— Kennebunkport, ME 1908
The Green Heron Inn was built in 1908 as a boarding house. It is located in the Cape Arundel Summer Colony Historic District. The Green Heron Inn is one of the original five hotels, motels and inns... Read More

Kents Hill

145 Echo Lake Lodge & Cottages

— Kents Hill, ME 1936
Began as sporting camp in 1930s for fishermen and hunters. Every building reflects period architecture from the 1930s through the 1970s. Has been the biggest business in Fayette, ME for 40+ years. Read More


146 The Inn on Winter's Hill
— Kingfield, ME 1895
147 Herbert Grand Hotel
— Kingfield, ME 1918


148 Enchanted Nights B&B

— Kittery, ME 1890
There are museums, forts, churches, historic homes and buildings all within five miles of the home. Read More
149 Portsmouth Harbor Inn & Spa
— Kittery, ME 1879


150 Youngtown Inn & Restaurant
— Lincolnville, ME 1810
151 Spouter Inn
— Lincolnville, ME 1832
152 Victorian by the Sea
— Lincolnville, ME 1889
153 Beach Cottage Inn
— Lincolnville, ME 1900

Little Deer Isle

154 Eggemoggin Inn
— Little Deer Isle, ME 1906


155 Daisy Mountain Inn B&B
— Lovell, ME 1790


156 Peacock House
— Lubec, ME 1860
The island home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt is a nearby historic attraction. Read More


157 Lamb's Mill Inn
— Naples, ME 1800
158 Augustus Bove House
— Naples, ME 1820

New Harbor

159 Gosnold Arms
— New Harbor, ME 1840
Pemaquid archaeological dig at Pemaquid Beach; Pemaquid Lighthouse and Fisherman's Museum (1 mile), Summer boat to Monhegan Island from New Harbor (1 hour ride). Read More
160 Bradley Inn at Pemaquid Point
— New Harbor, ME 1900


161 Tipsy Butler B&B
— Newcastle, ME 1845
162 Newcastle Inn
— Newcastle, ME 1849
Built in 1860s. Exterior maintained to original design. Read More


163 Mill Pond Inn
— Nobleboro, ME 1780

North Berwick

164 Angel of the Berwicks
— North Berwick, ME 1893
Home of Mary Hurd, one of the nation's first great female industrialists. Read More

Northeast Harbor

165 Asticou Inn
— Northeast Harbor, ME 1883
166 Harbourside Inn
— Northeast Harbor, ME 1888


167 Pressey House
— Oakland, ME 1851
Built in 1850 in an unusual octagon style with attached barn. Read More

Ocean Park

168 The Billowhouse
— Ocean Park, ME 1800


169 Bourne Bed & Breakfast
— Ogunquit, ME 1865
Inn was built by the Littlefields, one of Ogunquit's first families. Read More
170 Nellie Littlefield House
— Ogunquit, ME 1889
171 Yardarm Village Inn
— Ogunquit, ME 1892
The Inn was built, in French Empire style, in the early 1890s, as a Guest House and has been running continually except for a few years in the late 1960s. Read More
172 Scotch Hill Inn
— Ogunquit, ME 1898
173 The Blue Shutters Inn
— Ogunquit, ME 1898
Our inn was built in the late 1800s by business man and banker Charles C. Hoyt. Read More
174 Rockmere Lodge
— Ogunquit, ME 1899
175 Trellis House
— Ogunquit, ME 1907
176 Hartwell House Inn & Conference Center
— Ogunquit, ME 1921

Old Orchard Beach

177 Atlantic Birches Inn
— Old Orchard Beach, ME 1903
Main Victorian House was built by famous architect John Calvin Stevens, noted for building Shingle Style Victorian homes. Interior is oak. Read More
178 Auberge Apartment
— Old Orchard Beach, ME 1905


179 Oquossoc's Own B&B
— Oquossoc, ME 1903


180 1774 Inn
— Phippsburg, ME 1774


181 Wolf Cove Inn
— Poland, ME 1910

Port Clyde

182 Seaside Inn Bed and Breakfast
— Port Clyde, ME 1850


183 Percy Inn

— Portland, ME 1830
Our Longfellow Square hosts five restaurants, the Center for Cultural Exchange and on the adjoining block are numerous landmark buildings. Read More
184 Danforth
— Portland, ME 1823
185 Inn At ParkSpring
— Portland, ME 1825
186 Morrill Mansion
— Portland, ME 1850
187 Inn on Carleton
— Portland, ME 1869
Victorian Period Pieces. Read More
188 Pomegranate Inn
— Portland, ME 1884
Greater Portland landmark. Read More
189 The Chadwick Bed and Breakfast
— Portland, ME 1891
George H. Morey House built in 1891. Read More
190 Wild Iris Inn
— Portland, ME 1892
Located in a historic neighborhood of downtown Portland Read More
191 Portland Regency Hotel
— Portland, ME 1895
In 1942, the U. S. Navy took control of the armory and used it as a recreation center for the duration of WWII. Read More
192 Inn At St. John
— Portland, ME 1897

Prospect Harbor

193 Acadia Oceanside Meadows

— Prospect Harbor, ME 1860


194 Berry Manor Inn

— Rockland, ME 1898
Built in 1898 with all the grandeur of the Victorian age as a wedding gift for his new bride, this shingle-styled mansion was originally the residence of Charles H. Berry, a prominent local merchant.... Read More
195 Old Granite Inn
— Rockland, ME 1790
196 Captain Lindsey House
— Rockland, ME 1837
197 LimeRock Inn
— Rockland, ME 1892
The inn is featured on vintage postcards because of his prominence. Read More

Round Pond

198 Inn At Round Pond
— Round Pond, ME 1830
The Inn at Round Pond was once known as The Harbor View Hotel in the late 1800s and early 1900s with 12 guest rooms. Read More


199 The Perennial Inn
— Rumford, ME 1884
The Jed Martin Farm was a centerpiece in the community for four generations. The Martin Family held rallys in the house for women's rights. Read More
200 Boardwalk
— Rumford, ME 1924
201 Mountain Spring Farm
— Rumford, ME 1829


202 Black Point Inn
— Scarborough, ME 1878
203 Higgins Beach Inn
— Scarborough, ME 1897
204 The Breakers Inn
— Scarborough, ME 1900

South Berwick

205 Academy Street Inn
— South Berwick, ME 1903

South Paris

206 King's Hill Inn
— South Paris, ME 1780

South Thomaston

207 Weskeag Inn B&B at the Water
— South Thomaston, ME 1830
Built in 1830. Antique furnishings. Read More


208 Newagen Seaside Inn
— Southport, ME 1923
It is the site of MacMillan & Byrd's arctic expedition departure. Environmental writer Rachel Carson spent much time at Newagen and it is where her ashes are scattered. Cast of movie Carousel... Read More

Southwest Harbor

209 Penury Hall Bed & Breakfast

— Southwest Harbor, ME 1830
Original part of the inn was built in 1830, added to in 1865 and again in 1910 and continually upgraded the past 26 years. Read More
210 The Moorings
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1740
211 Harbour Cottage Inn
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1870
212 Clark Point Inn
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1883
Historic home built in 1883. Read More
213 The Claremont Hotel
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1884
The hotel was built in 1884. Read More
214 Inn at Southwest
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1884
215 Kingsleigh Inn
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1904
216 Lindenwood Inn
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1906
217 The Birches Bed and Breakfast
— Southwest Harbor, ME 1916

Spruce Head

218 Craignair Inn
— Spruce Head, ME 1930
General Knox (Washington's Secretary of War) Mansion, called Montpelier (8 miles). Read More


219 Inn On The Harbor
— Stonington, ME 1850
220 Penny's B&B and Gallery
— Stonington, ME 1900


221 Morrill Farm Bed & Breakfast
— Sumner, ME 1790


222 Surry Inn
— Surry, ME 1832

Tenants Harbor

223 East Wind Inn
— Tenants Harbor, ME 1860


224 Black Lantern B&B
— Topsham, ME 1865


225 Open Hearth Inn
— Trenton, ME 1815


226 Payne Homestead at the Moses Webster House
— Vinalhaven, ME 1873


227 Blue Skye Farm
— Waldoboro, ME 1774
Extensive original Moses Eaton stencils. Read More
228 Le Vatout
— Waldoboro, ME 1830


229 Hawks House Inn
— Walpole, ME 1820


230 Bear Mountain Inn
— Waterford, ME 1825


231 Kawanhee Inn Lakeside Lodge
— Weld, ME 1929


232 Haven By The Sea
— Wells, ME 1920
Once a vintage church. Read More


233 Old Winterport Commercial House
— Winterport, ME 1833
In 1860 when residents decided to seceed from the neighboring town, they had the signing of the incorporation papers as well as the town celebration here. Read More


234 The Squire Tarbox Inn
— Wiscasset, ME 1763
Maritime Museum, old forts, lighthouses, sea captain's homes, abundant antique shops, fishing museums, windjammers, beaches, lobster shacks, etc. (30 minutes). World's finest Music Box Museum. Read More
235 Snow Squall B&B
— Wiscasset, ME 1851


236 Morning Glory Inn

— York, ME 1770
Part of our Inn was built in 1770s, and brought to York from the Isle of Shoals, an Island off the coast of Maine and New Hampshire, by people who wanted to remain safe with the onset of the... Read More
237 Inn at Tanglewood Hall
— York, ME 1887
238 Dockside Guest Quarters
— York, ME 1900
The York Historic District offers several interesting sites. Read More

York Beach

239 Homestead Inn B&B
— York Beach, ME 1905

York Harbor

240 York Harbor Inn
— York Harbor, ME 1637
Old York Historical Society Museum buildings (1. 5 miles), Strawberry Banke Colonial Village Museum (6 miles). Read More