|The Pentagöet Inn, a midcoast Maine bed and breakfast, is a charming Queen Anne Victorian, nestled on a seaside bluff, graced with majestic elms. Our guest lodging overlooks the village and harbor of Castine, Maine. Built in 1894, the inn is Castine's oldest, original "summer hotel" still Dinner at the Pentagoet Inn Maine Bed and Breakfastwelcoming guests of Penobscot Bay. |
This whimsical Maine bed and breakfast has a prominent three-story turret, gables, and a delightful wraparound porch lined with lush window boxes and wicker rockers. Flowers are for sale by the honor box. The porch is a favorite of photographers and artists; it is also a great spot to read the morning paper or to join us for an intimate dinner.
Many of our guests make the Pentagöet Inn in Castine their base from which to explore Penobscot Bay, the Blue Hill Peninsula, Acadia National Park, and Bar Harbor, the Down East region of Maine. There are a dozen towns within easy reach of Castine, each one special with its own unique character, antiques shops, art galleries, lighthouses, flea markets, and country fairs. Castine is centrally located for day trips because it is centered in a triangle, the points of which are Camden to the South, Stonington and Deer Isle to the East, and Acadia in Bar Harbor to the North, each an hour away. Come stay at the Pentagöet and experience the timeless charm of Castine and see why it was selected as one of the most beautiful villages in New England.