I stayed at Cohill’s Inn in Lubec for a week in July 2012 when I was visiting for a photography workshop. It is a nice place to stay. The rooms are large, and bright. There is excellent WiFi. When I mentioned beforehand that I needed a desk to work on my photography, the owner, Jack Cohill insured that a desk and chair were in the room when I arrived. My room, the Mulholland Lighthouse, was in the front with a nice view across the water to, what else, the Mulholland Lighthouse on Campobello Island. Keeping the window open at night made the room comfortably cool, and, after 8:00 there was very little noise from the street. The shower was a bit tight, and, probably due to the convoluted plumbing, sounded like a screaming banshee when the water was running…this was probably more annoying to the people in the next room if they were trying to sleep. The pub downstairs had several good beers on tap and had excellent food, including what was probably the best Shepherd’s Pie I have ever eaten.
All restaurants in Lubec close at 8:00 pm. After trying a couple of other restaurants for lunch, I decided to stick with Cohill’s for my dinners.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cohill's Inn is located at 7 Water Street in the town of Lubec, Maine overlooking the Bay of Fundy on one side and the Lubec Narrows on the other. We provide simple but appealing fare and overnight accommodations for those wishing to extend their stay in Lubec. Cohill's Inn is modeled after the traditional Irish pubs that we found and adored during our travels through the coastal towns of Ireland. We offer a warm and friendly atmosphere for people to gather for pleasant company, hearty fare and good cheer. Come enjoy a weekend or more in one of our nine smoke free rooms and watch the seals frolic just outside our Inn. Enjoy the casual charm of our traditional fishing village, the historic waterfront and the unspoiled beauty of Downeast Maine. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cohill's Inn Lubec, Maine