This B&B is meticulous, every public space, the garden/patio space, and the room. Décor is very interesting, eclectic, lovely. There are just 4 bedrooms so crowding anywhere does not happen. The breakfast room could seat all guests at once, or if different breakfast times are chosen, each separately. We stayed in the Downeaster, a one night stop on our trip to Lubec. The room is the smallest with just one chair, but the downstairs sitting rooms and outdoor patio allow comfortable seating. The bath is spacious. Tea was served at 4:30 with light snacks. A pitcher of ice water awaited when we returned from dinner, just down the street at the Kennebec Grille. Breakfast was wonderful. Homemade granola and blueberry lemon scones were delicious, and cooked to order French toast special. Amy was a very nice host. We spent part of our morning in the patio, reading newspapers, before hitting the road. Highly recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our beautiful 18th century shipbuilder's home is ideally located in the heart of Bath's historic district with easy access to downtown shopping and restaurants. Relax in front of the fire in the gathering room, curl up with a good book in the library or enjoy complimentary afternoon tea in the garden. The Benjamin F. Packard House is your premier port for gracious hospitality, extreme relaxation and unsurpassed service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Benjamin F. Packard House Bath, Maine