Boothbay Harbor sits alongside the rugged Atlantic shoreline of New England. The tranquil Midcoast Maine hamlet is home to quaint shops and boutiques and exceptional dining. You can stay at a Boothbay Harbor Bed and Breakfast and have easy access to downtown Boothbay Harbor where you can explore the town’s sights and sounds.
Named the #1 Hotel in Maine, the #5 Most Romantic Inn in the US and voted Best Water View by Yankee Magazine, the Topside Inn offers guests a true Maine vacation experience. The 19th-century sea captain's home and summer guesthouses are located on over four acres of private property with gardens and incredible harbor and ocean views from the highest point in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Enjoy the convenience of walking to restaurants, shops and galleries in our waterfront coastal village. Indulge in peaceful, comfortable rooms with modern amenities, and savor a delicious locally sourced full breakfast to start each daily adventure. Take a quick walk down hill into the center of town to enjoy a boat tour, art galleries and shops, and a great seaside meal. Or head out by car to the nearby botanical gardens, hiking trails, lighthouses, golf course, and scenic country and ocean view drives. Let us help you plan a perfectly classic coastal vacation. Three vacation homes are wonderful options for families groups and guests traveling with dogs. Full concierge services are available to help you plan your next coastal Maine vacation.
Captain Sawyers Place is a quaint little place looking over the Maine’s finest harbors at the artsy Boothbay Region.. The main house was built in 1877 and features all the charm that goes along with that. Captain Sawyer’s is conveniently located in the middle of town and is walking distance to many things.
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Book a two-night stay in the Greenleaf Inn (1-8) from now until the end of JUNE & receive $30 off your total stay!! BOOK NOW ONLINE! Comprised of both The Greenleaf Inn and The Admiral’s Quarters, these beautifully picturesque and historic buildings run together as one, yet are only separated by the much admired (and coveted!) parking area. The Inns, both built in the early 1800’s as sea captain’s homes, set the standard for Maine Bed & Breakfasts as well as the larger inns, resorts and hotels. Perched upon a knoll at the edge of the waterfront in downtown Boothbay Harbor. The Inn boast an extraordinary oceanfront location with panoramic views of the inner harbor, outer harbor and beyond. Whether it is lobster boats, schooners, harbor seals, sunrises, sunsets or the smell of the salty sea air, you will find these pure Midcoast Maine surroundings at The Inns at Greenleaf Lane. At our Inn you will find meticulous attention to detail from the manicured lawns and pristine gardens, to the immaculately clean and superbly appointed rooms complete with freshly ironed premium linens. Enjoy the amazing views from your own private deck, the Adirondacks on the front lawn, or many of our common balconies overlooking the water. Then wake up in the morning and join us for a fresh gourmet breakfast, made with love and seasonal Maine Ingredients.
Four classically-built Maine lodges and 20 cabins are scattered along the waterfront and woods of our 20-acre Boothbay Harbor resort. If you’re looking for places to stay in Boothbay Harbor, look no further than Linekin Bay Resort. Our Maine lodging options offer bay views, camaraderie and unique amenities you won’t experience at any other Boothbay Harbor hotel. Play games with other guests in the common areas, participate in our land activities, set sail out on Linekin Bay, or plunge off into the Maine ocean or our saltwater pool.
Blue Heron Seaside Inn is a romantic, waterfront b&b located in Boothbay Harbor, ME, overlooking the water with six spacious rooms and suites, all with water views. Built in the 1800's as a seaside home and located conveniently near the town center. Total relaxation and wonderful memories await you!
Newcastle Inn, located at the top of the Pemaquid Peninsula, has been welcoming guests for over 80 years. Located in the charming coastal village of Newcastle, just steps from Damariscotta, this historic inn is centrally located and an ideal "launching pad" for exploring this special part of MidCoast Maine. Whether you are looking for a "taste of the river" by eating delicious Damariscotta River Oysters, antiquing, visiting the many artist studios and galleries or taking in the breathtaking beauty of the area by walking/hiking at one of the many land preserves, this area has it all! The inn has 14 guest rooms, all named for a Maine lighthouses, which are all individually decorated and each has a private bathroom. For the occasional warm day, all guest rooms have a window air conditioner or one that that been installed through the wall. In the morning a delicious, made-from-scratch breakfast is served from 8:00 - 9:30 a.m. If you need to leave early to catch a ferry, or plane, we can prepare a "breakfast to go" bag for you. Our coffee is a special blend created for Newcastle Inn and you won't find it anywhere else! During the warmer months, we also serve breakfast outside on the deck, overlooking the Damariscotta River. One of the things that sets Newcastle Inn apart is the abundance of welcoming common spaces on the first floor. Choose between a screened porch, cozy sitting room, the pub (beer and wine for sale), outside deck or the living room with a beautiful stenciled floor. Outside you will find beautiful gardens and chairs to sit in and relax while taking in the view of the Damariscotta River. During the day you can explore Boothbay Harbor, Camden, Rockland and Bath, all just a short 20 - 40 minute drive from the inn. Perhaps you want to catch the ferry over to Monhegan Island? In the evening, after a busy day exploring, you return to Newcastle Inn where you will find peace and tranquility as you plan for your next day's adventures.
Welcome to Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast nestled in Wahington, ME. Central to the property is a 10-acre blueberry field that is cultivated and well-kempt; The inn and cottage are on the edge of the blueberry field. There is also a large sugar-maple grove that we tap for maple sugaring in February and March.
Welcome to Brewster House Bed & Breakfast. Our Freeport, Maine bed and breakfast inn is the perfect spot for a trip to LL Bean, Freeport outlet shopping, your base from which to explore the Maine coast, or for a romantic getaway! At Brewster House, we’re about comfort in an atmosphere of simple elegance. Our beds and ironed linens will seduce you, and our fresh ground coffee and three-course gourmet breakfast will start your day with a happy, relaxed smile. Our inn was built in the late 19th century blossoming of Freeport, and the amazing quality of the built-in details and materials of this 5,000 square foot home reflects the wealth created in Maine in this period. Our 9’ ceilings, large private baths, Matouk linens, large fireplaced rooms, bay windows, cypress floors, mahogany mantelpiece, and Italian marble tiled hearth are yours to luxuriate in! We have parking for 11 cars, a porch to rock on with your glass of wine or Iced Tea, surrounded by beautiful landscaping and a large backyard garden for your function, or nap in one of our colorful Adirondack chairs. A Freeport, Maine Bed and Breakfast Convenient to All the Area Offers Freeport Village, LL Bean, restaurants and outlets are within a short three block walk, yet we are on the quiet side of the highway access. We are only a quarter of a mile from the Maine coast, and on the turn east of the Maine coast, with the glacially carved rocky, spruce covered peninsulas, beaches, rivers, islands, harbors, lighthouses, and lobster shacks that are so emblematic of “the real Maine.” Portland (and the airport) is only 15 minutes south. The Mahoosic and White Mountains are a scant 90 minutes west of Brewster House. We are minutes from Bowdoin and Bates Colleges, and less than an hour from Colby College. Maine has the longest contiguous coastline of any of the continental United States, so be sure to take advantage of letting us help you plan your itinerary, based on your interests. Choose Brewster House for the Finest Freeport, Maine Bed and Breakfast Experience Whether you’re planning that special trip to explore Maine, or simply in need of a weekend escape from the hustle and bustle for some rest and relaxation, come and let us indulge you at Brewster House! Save the hassle of the drive, and jump on the Amtrak Downeaster at North Station in Boston! Call us when you arrive, and we’ll pick you up at the Freeport Station!
Freeport Maine welcomes you to the Freeport Clipper Inn Bed and Breakfast, a historic Sea Captain's vintage 1848 Cape home. After exploring Freeport and Mid-Coast Maine's historic towns and villages, come relax along the shores of Casco Bay, where you will be treated with warmth, hospitality, and a delicious gourmet breakfast.
The Black Lantern B & B, on the Androscoggin River waterfront, has spacious grounds with lovely gardens and off-street parking. Built in the 1860's it has three guest bedrooms and large parlor, sitting room and dining room for guest use. It is within walking distance of Bowdoin College and many fine restaurants, art galleries, and museums in Brunswick. It is also convenient to LL Bean and the shops of Freeport, excellent beaches and other coastal attractions. 2019 recognition included 9.7 Booking.com, 5.0 Trip Advisor, Top Five Small NE B & B, Yankee Magazine - Nov-Dec Issue
For over 20 years, Berry Manor Inn has been considered one of Maine’s best and most romantic B&B inns and the premiere luxury inn in the Rockland/Camden area. TripAdvisor has recognized the inn as one of the Top 25 Best B&Bs and Inns in the US and was recognized as one of the Top 10 Most Romantic Inns by iloveinns.com. Renowned for its homemade pies, grand hospitality with a Victorian flair, luxurious comfort and genuine hospitality, our romantic Rockland, Maine inn offers the ideal mid-coast location for exploring Maine’s arts, heritage, lighthouses, and coastal sights.
Cozy, low-key and completely relaxed, Le Vatout is just different enough to delight. A traditional New England farmhouse on the craggy shoreline of Midcoast Maine, this Bed & Breakfast in Waldoboro, ME is just a half an hour north of Boothbay and a half an hour south of Camden, twenty minutes from Rockland, and two seconds away from nature. It's a green inn (and the proud recipient of Maine's Environmental Leader Certificate) with four comfortable rooms filled with art and books by its owners, a writer and an artist, and spectacular gardens. Life congregates in the kitchen where meals have substance, flavors have a twist, and old-fashioned conversation reigns. What matters here is not appearance, what matters here is soul.
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Use a bed and breakfast Boothbay Harbor Maine location as your hub to not only explore everything that Maine has to offer but also to soak up the local culture. You can visit the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, take a boat ride out to the Atlantic, walk the 1,000-foot long footbridge that connects both sides of the harbor. From the bridge’s expanse, you can see the areas money quiet coves, rocky shores, and picturesque island lighthouses.
Boothbay Harbor region sits only an hour north of Portland. It has become a favorite seaside escape with its harbor views of rocky shorelines outlined by rich evergreen forests. The idyllic setting is made more appealing by the variety of shops and restaurants to explore.
Take a ride on one of the many daily boat tours so you can enjoy a view of the lighthouses on the horizon. The boats will cruise around Linekin Bay where you can enjoy the romantic sunset or catch views of the area’s local wildlife such as the seals, puffins, and whales.
The area is well known as one of the best sea kayaking hot spots. Kayaking enthusiasts can explore not only the open sea but also the protected rivers and inlets in the area. There is something for all skill levels. You can either bring your own personal kayak or rent one at the many nearby shops. Some of the kayak stores also offer guided tours that take you to the nearby islands.
Enjoy live entertainment at the Opera House located at 86 Townsend Ave. The community arts center is home to a variety of activities that are fun for young and old alike.
Boothbay Harbor was settled by English fishermen in the early 1600s. The early settlers in the area held on for many years until the Indian Wars drove them out. It was not until the 1720s that the area would be repopulated by Scottish Irish families. The families who resided in the area would log lumber, ice production, and fix to earn cash. Soon the craft of shipbuilding took hold and fishing became the area’s number one industry. During World War I, World War II, and the Korean War, Navy shipbuilding was carried out in the area. Nowadays, the local builder’s craft daysailers, yachts, tugs, and lobster boats.
In the 1800s, a regular steamer service started to bring in tourists to the area and a boom occurred. Over the summer months, many with money would spend their summers in Boothbay Harbor. Today, it remains an ideal spot for anyone looking to get away to a picturesque seaside town. It has also become a favorite retirement spot.
The natural features of Boothbay are undeniable. The entire community is surrounded by beauty. Lobster Cove Preserve and the visitor center Oak Point Farm feature trails and undisturbed scenery. Grab a map and explore the area’s natural features. You can also sign up for the free educational programs. The Boothbay Region Land Trust overseas 20 miles of trails throughout the area.
Explore Monhegan Island which is a small island that sits about ten miles off the coast of Boothbay Harbor. It is accessible by ferry. There are no paved roads or cars there, but you will find several unique shops. It’s a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Lighthouse on Monhegan was constructed in 1824 and continues to warn ships of the rocky dangers with its unwavering light. The views from the Lighthouse are stunning. The former lighthouse keeper’s home is now a museum that boasts several exhibits outlining the history of the area.
The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens features 250 acres of gardens and grounds with a bevy of local flowers, stonework, and waterfalls. The gardens are open year-round. You can also enroll in classes and lectures.
When you decide to stay at a Boothbay Harbor Bed and Breakfast, you’ll want to also explore the area. There are so many things to see and do! You can peruse the many shops and dine at the restaurants. Soak up the beauty of the harbor. Take a boat ride or try your hand at kayaking. If you are a history buff, why not visit the Railway Village which is home to over 60 antique autos, a narrow-gauge railway ride, and many historic buildings.
The Maine State Aquarium is home to lobsters and many other local aquatic life. Visitors can observe feedings and learn about various animals. There is a petting tank for children to touch live starfish and lobsters.
Golfing enthusiasts will want to play a round of golf at the Boothbay Country Club’s impressive world-class golf course.
Summers in Boothbay Harbor are extremely comfortable with an average high of around 76 degrees Fahrenheit. In the winter months, the weather can become very cold with temperatures dipping below freezing. The weather becomes wet and windy. The mercury will often go down to 1-degree Fahrenheit and snowfall does occur.
Most tourists usually enjoy visiting the area from June to early September when the weather is ideal. Visitors to Boothbay Harbor should ways dress to peel in layers because the day can start crisp, warm up in the afternoon, and then start to become chilly at night. Also, the wind that blows in off the is crisp.
There are numerous restaurants in Boothbay harbor that serve a variety of foods. Without a doubt, the main cuisine is fresh seafood with lobster topping the list of favorites. However, you’ll also find other must-try locations.
The Thistle Inn is a casual diner that sits in the home of a sea captain from the 1860s. There is a very casual bar menu, or you can dine in the Dory pub, which is the intimate dining room. There is also a deck that is well-shaded by several large trees. During happy hour, you can enjoy half-priced drinks and appetizers.
The Ports of Italy serves up a bevy of Italian choices that are all made from locally grown ingredients. Choose from homemade spaghetti, bread, and deserts.
Staying at a Bed and Breakfast in Boothbay Harbor is the ideal seaside getaway vacation. You can stay in one of the many guest rooms while exploring the region. Many of the B&Bs are only a short walk to shops, restaurants, and the oceanfront. When you check-in, be sure to ask the innkeeper about things to see and do while staying in the vacation rental.
Whether you choose to stay in a romantic Victorian Bed and Breakfast or opt for more modern lodging with water views, everything is within walking distance and easy to access.
When staying at a Boothbay Harbor Bed and Breakfast you can expect modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, a private bath, and a lavish gourmet breakfast. Many of the establishments also boast ocean views, fireplaces, and Jacuzzis. You’ll have numerous bed and breakfasts in Boothbay Harbor to pick between so you’ll undoubtedly find the perfect room to fit your needs whether your stay will be a romantic weekend for two or a family vacation.
Boothbay Harbor is located about three hours from Boston. Many tourists fly into the Boston Logan International Airport and then decide to journey northward to Boothbay Harbor. The Portland International Airport sits only 65 miles away from Boothbay. The Bangor International Airport is located several hours away. You can rent a car to make the journey from any of the airports.
You can ride the Amtrak Downeaster train from Brunswick to Boothbay Harbor. The non-stop trip takes about 45 minutes and is a great way to escape for a seaside weekend getaway. Why not book a room at a Boothbay Harbor Bed and Breakfast?
If you are looking for a seaside inn where you can hear the seagulls calling and inhale the crisp air then check out Harbour Town Inn on the Waterfront. The inn is a beautifully restored Victorian that offers twelve unique rooms. Another ocean view choice is the Atlantic Ark Inn which features private tranquil porches where you can watch the ships as they come and go.
The Harborage Inn is another seaside inn where you can look out across the lovely expanse of blue. A modern hybrid boutique inn, it is located within walking distance of shops and dining. An additional waterfront B&B choice is the Boothbay Harbor Inn which sits next to the famous footbridge.
History lovers will adore the Bayberry House Bed and Breakfast it combines old and new in a beautifully restored 1886 home. Another iconic area landmark is the Greenleaf Inn which dates back to the 1800s. It has an oceanfront location that gives panoramic views of boating, sailing, and other water activities. Another historic choice is the Russell House Bed & Breakfast which boasts contemporary comfort in a historic atmosphere.
The Topside Inn is a five-star establishment with modern conveniences and superior service.
Any of the above best Boothbay Harbor bed and breakfast establishments will make any stay to the seaside Maine town memorable. Why not book a room at a Boothbay Harbor Bed and Breakfast today?