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Visit Maine bed and breakfast inns for waterfront luxury and romantic fun

Maine’s bed and breakfast inns welcome you to some of the prettiest and more interesting towns in all of New England. B&Bs on the Maine coast in places like Kennebunkport, Old Orchard Beach, and Boothbay Harbor may be situated in 200-year-old mansions or former sea captains’ homes. Antique furnishings and modern amenities like HDTV, hot tubs, iPod docks, and swimming pools make a bed and breakfast a wonderful place for a romantic weekend or family vacation on the water.

A stay at a Maine B&B or a historic home puts you in walking distance or a quick drive from Maine attractions like whale watching, boat and schooner cruises, beach walking, paddling, and shopping. Many Maine bed and breakfasts are open year-round, so you can enjoy their luxury and personal service from the beach days of summer to cozy, snow-capped winter evenings. See the listings below and make your reservation soon.

Bed & Breakfasts in Maine
Lyman Room - Waldo Emerson Inn - Kennebunk, ME
Waldo Emerson Inn

108 Summer Street Kennebunk, ME, 04043 Phone: 207-985-4250

Breakfast is just the start of your rejuvenating day at this Kennebunk inn

A London-trained chef serves up an other-worldly gourmet breakfast at the Waldo Emerson Inn, in scenic Kennebunk. At this bed-and-breakfast inn, built in 1753 as a home for Ralph Waldo Emerson’s great-uncle, breakfast means everything from homemade granola to cheesy lobster grits and French toast brulee. Four of the six spacious rooms have fireplaces; all have decor that bows to history and comfort. Grab a drink at the honor bar and settle in in the parlor, or pick up your towels and chair at the “beach bar” and head to a nearby beach. Other activities include hiking, biking, kayaking, golf, antiquing, visiting museums and galleries and shopping or dining in charming Kennebunkport.
Susan Room - Captain Lord Mansion - Kennebunkport, ME
Captain Lord Mansion

6 Pleasant Street Kennebunkport, ME, 04046 Phone: 207-967-3141 Toll-Free: 800-522-3141

The only AAA 4 Diamond Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfast

This historic shipbuilder’s mansion was built in 1812-1814 and is the largest home in K’port and it overlooks the Kennebunkport River. It is situated in a quiet residential neighborhood amidst meticulously preserved 17th and 18th century Colonial and Federal period homes. You’re just three short blocks from Dock Square for great shopping, dining, art and antiques. The inn’s spacious guest rooms offer distinctive furnishings and design features, king and queen-size beds, gas fireplaces, heated marble bath floors, flat screen TV’s, and a mini- spa for two. There’s free Wi-Fi, individually controlled heat and newly installed A/C units. Enjoy concierge services, a cozy Day-Spa and a well-stocked wine cellar and each morning a different family-style, multi-course breakfast. The inn is a short distance to bike trails and beaches, sailing, kayaking, scenic cruises and lighthouses.
Exterior Backyard View - Hawthorn Inn - Camden, ME
Hawthorn Inn

9 High Street Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-8842 Toll-Free: 866-381-3647

Camden a jewel, and this inn’s a gem, in the heart of Maine’s midcoast area

Camden has been called the jewel of Maine’s midcoast, and part of its sparkle is due to the Hawthorn Inn, a picturesque, Queen Anne-style home in the town’s historic district, a short walk to the village center, steps from Camden Harbor. Rooms with harbor views, fireplaces and jetted tubs for two, hiking trails outside the door, warm hospitality are all part of the inn’s charm. And so is the two-course breakfast with specialties ranging from rum-raisin pears to Maine blueberry walnut pancakes and spinach and goat cheese frittatas. In the warm weather, breakfast is served in the inn’s lovely garden; in winter, in the dining room and library. Ask the owners for tips on activities, from sailing to skiing.
Rear Yard & Porch View - York Harbor Inn - York Harbor, ME
York Harbor Inn

Coastal Route 1A -- 480 York Street York Harbor, ME, 03911 Phone: 207-363-5119 Toll-Free: 800-343-3869

Oceanfront Inn and Bed & Breakfasts

Our luxurious Inn includes three separate seven room B & B Inns. Historic Oceanfront Inn has been featured on the Travel Channels, "Great Country Inns". Award winning gourmet ocean view dining plus casual fireplaced Ship’s Cellar Pub. Many rooms with fireplaces, Jacuzzi spa tubs, decks and ocean vistas. Outdoor hot tub open year round. Walk to beach, convenient to golf, Kittery Outlet Shopping, whale watching, lobster boat tours, kayaking and area lighthouses. The perfect Maine Coast getaway is just over one hour north of Boston. Open year round with special Innkeeper Packages – perfect for Romance. All rooms include our famous Continental “Plus” Breakfast. See last minute “Internet Specials” on web site.
'Front of House I Love' - Inn at Tanglewood Hall - York Harbor, ME
Inn at Tanglewood Hall

611 York Street York Harbor, ME, 03911 Phone: 207-351-1075

Comfy, elegant coastal inn perfect four-season getaway

Along the York Harbor coast sits a lovingly restored bed and breakfast inn as exquisite as the morning sun that fills the dining room. At the Inn at Tanglewood Hall, set among lush gardens, you’ll awake in your charmingly decorated room (the inn was formerly a designers’ showcase home), enjoy breakfast (Blueberry-raspberry stuffed french toast? Eggs in a Cloud?) then perhaps stroll along the Cliff Walk path to admire the bold ocean views, head to the beach or plan a day of sightseeing in nearby York Harbor. Whether it’s the floral feast for your eyes in summer and spring, the comforting sound of crackling fireplaces in the winter or the inn’s harvest-home feel in autumn, Tanglewood Hall is a gem for all seasons.
Front View - LimeRock Inn - Rockland, ME
LimeRock Inn

96 LimeRock Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-2257 Toll-Free: 800-546-3762

Cool town, warm welcome: Visitors will find both at this elegant Victorian inn

Down-home warmth in a very cool place: That’s what the elegant LimeRock Inn offers visitors to Rockland, the food and arts capital of mid-coast Maine. The inn, voted best bed and breakfast in Maine by DownEast magazine readers two years in a row, features eight comfortable guest rooms, a fireplaced living room, a lovely informal English garden and a wraparound porch perfect for reading and chatting. Homemade gourmet breakfasts include everything from seafood quiches to Southern-style biscuits. And there is so much to see and do in Rockland, from the Farnsworth Art Museum and gallery-hopping to fine dining, sailing, and European-style shopping. And the mid-coast region is perfect for lovers of lighthouses – and lobsters!
Sun Room - Newcastle Inn - Newcastle, ME
Newcastle Inn

60 River Road Newcastle, ME, 04553 Phone: 207-563-5685

Country inn ideal location to unwind after an active day in Maine

At this much-loved country inn on Pemaquid Peninsula, mornings begin with the scent of fresh-baked muffins and bacon on the griddle. But a hearty breakfast is just one of the pluses at the Newcastle Inn, where you can relax in luxury linens on a four-poster bed, or enjoy a glass of wine on a private deck or on a cozy outdoor patio along the river and gardens. Want to see what the region has to offer? Ask for your breakfast to go and take a boat to Monhegan Island; visit a maritime, art or railway museum; go kayaking on a river or lake; go mountain biking or hiking; take a brewery or botanical garden tour.
Skipton Room 500x250 - Aysgarth Station B&B - Bar Harbor, ME
Aysgarth Station B&B

20 Roberts Avenue Bar Harbor, ME, 04609 Phone: 207-288-9655

First, a great breakfast, then a day spent in beautiful Bar Harbor

No one leaves the breakfast table hungry at Aysgarth Station, a Bar Harbor inn that combines New England hospitality, quiet comfort and a casual atmosphere to provide the perfect spot for guests seeking a respite from a full slate of regional activities. But first, the food: homemade muffins and breads, hot sweet and savory entrees, served alongside great conversation in the dining room of the 1895 inn. Afterward, head into town to shop, arrange for a cruise on a four-masted schooner or a whale or puffin watch, or catch a movie at the classic Art Deco theater. Or go hiking or biking in nearby (and spectacular) Acadia National Park. Your comfortable room, with antiques and charming views, awaits.
Summer Exterior View - Saltair Inn - Bar Harbor, ME
Saltair Inn - A Waterfront B&B

121 West Street Bar Harbor, ME, 04609 Phone: 207-288-2882

Waterfront inn a great place to stay to explore Bar Harbor, Acadia

Imagine waking up, grabbing a fresh-brewed cup of coffee and taking it down to an Adirondack chair right by the water. That’s possible at Saltair Inn, a waterfront bed and breakfast near enough to walk into bustling Bar Harbor but secluded enough to get a great night’s sleep after a full day of hiking, shopping, biking (or cross-country skiing in the winter). The inn, built in 1887, has eight romantic rooms, some with fireplaces, claw-foot tubs, heated-floor bathrooms or skylights. Full gourmet breakfasts (think blueberry pancakes or eggs Benedict) fuel your busy day in town with its unique shops and restaurants or in nearby Acadia National Park with its 47,000 acres of outdoor adventures.
Bear Room Lake View - Lodge at Moosehead Lake - Greenville, ME
Lodge at Moosehead Lake

368 Lily Bay Road Greenville, ME, 04441 Phone: 207-695-4400 Toll-Free: 800-825-6977

Working up an appetite? No problem at this award-winning lodge by the lake

There’s so much to do practically right outside the doors at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake that you are bound to work up a real North Woods appetite. There’s the popular moose safari, custom fishing expeditions, hiking, kayaking and mountain biking, and that’s just for starters. Luckily, the AAA Four-Diamond lodge has just the breakfast to fuel you, from eggs cooked your way to blueberry pancakes, frittatas and fresh pastries. Enjoy them along with the panoramic views of Moosehead Lake, the woods and mountains in the dining room or deck, or arrange for breakfast in your spacious room with its very own lake or garden view (as well as authentic and relaxing North Woods decor, gas fireplace and jetted tub).
Wolf Cove Inn Bed and Breakfast Poland ME
Wolf Cove Inn

5 Jordan Shore Drive Poland, ME, 04274 Phone: 207-998-4976

Gracious hospitality in a lakeside setting

A luxury B&B set right on the shores of Tripp Lake. Lounge on our private beach, indulge in farm-fresh breakfasts & kayak the peaceful waters in one of our complimentary boats. You will be completely engulfed in the natural beauty of the Maine Lakes Region with spectacular lake front views from your room and the sweet song of chirping birds as you savor gourmet meals prepared with locally grown ingredients. We’re pet & family friendly so you can share this tranquil getaway with all of your loved ones.
Front View - Brewster House - Freeport, ME
Brewster House

180 Main Street Freeport, ME, 04032 Phone: 207-865-4121

Inn’s yummy gourmet breakfast a great start to your day in Freeport

Want to start your day in Freeport with a big smile? Tuck into the made-from-scratch, three-course gourmet breakfast at the Brewster House Bed & Breakfast. From donuts made from local maple syrup to Mile High Eggs, the feast will give you the energy to explore all the area has to offer, from fishing and golf to visiting lighthouses and museums. And don’t forget shopping, at LL Bean and outlets in town, a short three blocks from the late 19th-century inn. Come back to your large, charmingly appointed room, perhaps with a gas fireplace, bay window or four-poster bed. All the rooms have large private baths and ironed linens: You’ll feel you’re in the lap of luxury.
Front Facade - Berry Manor Inn - Rockland, ME
Berry Manor Inn

81 Talbot Avenue Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-596-7696 Toll-Free: 800-774-5692

Casual comfort, Victorian elegance combine in this Rockland inn

The Berry Manor Inn, in funky and intriguing Rockland, is a celebration of the grandeur of the Victorian era as well as down-home comforts that bring visitors back year after year. Rooms with canopy beds and whirlpool tubs and fireplaces, lovely grounds in a historic residential area away from the main drag and a breakfast to die for elevate this bread and breakfast, honored by Trip Advisor as one of the best in the country. Homemade breakfast items, served at flexible hours, range from Maine blueberry sour cream coffee cake to baked eggs with tomatoes and basil. And there’s always a home-baked pie in the pantry! Enjoy all the area offers, from galleries and golf to skiing, biking and hiking.
Room 6 with Fireplace 500x250 - Granite Inn - Rockland, ME
Granite Inn

546 Main Street Rockland, ME, 04841 Phone: 207-594-9036 Toll-Free: 800-386-9036

Hearty, healthy breakfast at this inn kick-starts your fun day in Maine

You know how you can tell when the breakfast at a b&b is truly superb? You skip lunch. At the Granite Inn, in a national historic district in the fun-to-explore town of Rockland, that breakfast includes everything from fresh-baked scones to seafood quiches, crepes and fruit pancakes. Once you’ve feasted, stroll down to town to check out museums, stores, galleries and historic schooner berths. Come back to the inn (you won’t want lunch) and relax on the front porch, which runs the length of the gray granite building, or in the fireplaced living room. Lots of dining options in Rockland and other coastal towns, then back to your comfy room, perhaps with its fireplace or harbor view.
Exterior View - Atlantic Oceanside Hotel & Event Center - Bar Harbor, ME
Harbour Towne Inn on the Waterfront

71 Townsend Avenue Boothbay Harbor, ME, 04538 Phone: 207-633-4300 Toll-Free: 800-722-4240

At this four-season inn, you can relax, explore – or a little bit of both

Guests rave about the homemade breakfast buffet at the Harbour Towne Inn on the Waterfront, and no one will blame you if you just want to take a bun and your coffee up to your cozy room to look out over Boothbay Harbor. But the delightful 12-room waterfront inn is also the perfect place to start exploring the town, only a two-minute walk away. That might mean an autumn bike ride, a winter stroll checking out galleries, restaurants and boutiques (then back to the inn to sit before the fireplace), a spring canoe trip (you can launch right from the inn’s dock and float) or a summer sunset cruise to take in a few lighthouses. A perfect Maine getaway.