The Seasine Inn is a B&B treasure house showcased in a gleeming white 19th century Captain's home that even American master painter Andrew Wyeth could not resist, immortalizing it in one of his most famous early watercolors. Located in the small Maine costal village of Port Clyde, you'll wake up thinking you have arrived in a picture post card place - and you have. This is not a hotel. You will hear the seaguls and lobster boats early. This is a B&B, and Innkeeper Emily was personally picked by Maine icon Linda Bean for the job, and she is perfect for it An army brat who knows how to take charge and get things organized, this is a young woman who told her parents she wanted to be an Innkeeper when she about 7. With recent degrees in hotel management, marketing and cullinary, Emily's job is to make you feel right at home, right away. She says that when she moved in to get the curb appeal sorted out, re paint the Inn and re-do every room, deal with the basic infrastructure [the showers are great and you won't hear a flush at 2am], she then decised to sleep in every room for a few days to see what was needed to make that room better. The terry robes were a personal favorite. The bed and bedding [none of those awful flat worn out pillows or aching hips here!] gave me a better-than-home perfect nights sleep. Breakfast is at 8 and most are already in the dining room by 730 for coffee - and waiting. That's because the breakfast is almost famous here and you will taste why. Breakfast is when Emily can help you plan your day. I liked the ferry for a day trip to Monhegan island, a trip to the Farnsworth Museum in nearby Rockland for the world class art, Camden, and the longer but worth it drive to Castine, Maine. All this and those Molasses cookies. Is all this a movie or what? Have wine on the balcony or in the lawn chairs, or grab an ice cream at the local ice cream store.. Visit the lighthouse at sunset and be sure to bring a good camera! It's a place to fall in love, and fall in love with - and you will. No. I am not a relative. I am just a guy who was worn out when I arrived, and really needed somethig special. This was something special for sure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Seaside Inn is a twelve-guestroom bed and breakfast in an 1850 sea captain's home overlooking Port Clyde Harbor and Muscongus Bay. This true Maine fishing village is located at the tip of a peninsula in the Town of St. George. At the Seaside Inn, the welcome is warm and the pace is slow, though we do have high speed, wireless internet access for those guests that must check their email. The Dip Net Restaurant is located just across the street from the Seaside is a great eating place for lunch or dinner and offers waterfront dining serving Maine Lobster and the freshest seafood and views beyond compare. The Barn Cafe is located next door open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, with a full bar and local fare. Come visit us, relax and enjoy the views! Seasonal, May 27 through Columbus Day. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seaside Hotel Port Clyde
- Seaside Inn Bed And Breakfast