We enjoyed our stay here. Very old victorian style house. Our room was a tad strange because the bathroom in it was only behind a wrap around curtain (no actual door or walls). But the room itself was big with plenty of light. The owners are also very nice. Belfast itself is a decent little tourist town - still a little ways to go, but you can always head down to Camden if you want something a little bigger and nicer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lovely Queen Anne Victorian bed & breakfast in the heart of Belfast's historic district on quiet side street, a block from Penobscot Bay. Stroll to historic Main Street shops, harbor, cafes, galleries, theaters, and parks. Named for the stain glass turret that encases the oak spiraling staircase. Lounge on one of our two columned verandas with wicker porch furniture, bistro sets and porch swing overlooking beautiful gardens and historic homes. Ornate woodwork, fireplaces, antiques, and Victorian decor add to the magic of The Jeweled Turret Inn. Seven romantic luxury guest chambers with A/C and fans, 4-poster, iron & brass beds, private baths with "English Spa" toiletries; some with turrets, fireplaces, whirlpools. Gourmet breakfasts, refreshments, evening crackers, cheese, sherry. Day trips to Acadia National Park, lighthouses, islands, breath-taking sailing cruises. "Smell the sea air; explore the beauty of coast and islands... visit the charms of historic Belfast, Maine!" ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Jeweled Turret Inn Belfast, Maine