We stayed in the Mulholland Lighthouse room for two nights. The view was fabulous. The room was clean, spacious enough for the two of us to spread out, and fairly comfortable (neither of us has ever found a king bed that wasn't too firm for our liking). We were out most of the time, so we did not eat at the pub, except for blueberry pie and ice cream, with coffee. It was delicious. The pub is open and roomy, very inviting, and the waitstaff prompt and attentive. There is also an upper deck with tables and umbrellas should you decide to have your coffee there before moseying down to the Atlantic for a more substantial breakfast. Don't miss traveling the backroads, particularly those leading out to the water, as there are pleasant surprises at every turn. The noise from the pub, the Water Street tavern across the street, and the evening traffic all cease at 9:30, at which time the streets are rolled up. Another plus is that there is not another business that has a teeshirt as cool as Cohill's, so get you one!! We will be back.
- 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