About

The Inn

The Inn at Bath is housed in a beautiful Greek Revival building in the heart of the Bath historic district. Built sometime around 1840, it was a private residence until it was converted to a bed and breakfast in 1989. Guest rooms are individually appointed and decorated, and all offer private bathrooms.

Bustling downtown Bath is within walking distance of the Inn, so you can explore the local restaurants and shops, visit the Maine Maritime Museum, or listen to a concert on the library lawn without concern about parking.

A short drive to all that midcoast Maine has to offer, and close to Portland too, The Inn at Bath is the perfect base for exploring outdoors, taking in a concert, relaxing on the beach, dining, shopping, visiting art galleries, or hopping on a boat to experience our maritime culture. See our curated list of available options here. When traveling further into Maine, The Inn at Bath makes a perfect stopover to rest and rejuvenate. Ask about our Stay Both Ways package to receive a discount on accommodations for stays within 21 days of each other.

Natural fiber bed linens, an abundance of natural light, EO bath and body care products, locally-roasted coffee and breakfast made from locally-sourced ingredients. These are fundamental to your stay at The Inn at Bath. Stay with us and experience first-hand the way life should be!


The Food

We’re passionate about food here at The Inn at Bath! We buy local, seasonally available ingredients, and, as trained to do in Italy, treat them with love to prepare delicious and creative dishes for you. While we can’t resist the traditional, and might serve Maine blueberry pancakes one day, we also like to play in the kitchen and might serve something out of the ordinary, shall we say extraordinary, another.

Wicked Joe organic and locally-roasted coffee, and an assortment of teas, is available each morning beginning at 7:30. Breakfast seatings begin at 8:00 a.m., and are spaced in 15 minute increments to allow for appropriate social distancing at the table. Of course we are always happy to accommodate travel or business requirements and will provide an early or to-go meal with 24 hours notice.

Just let us know if you have dietary requirements we should be aware of. Allergies, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-fat diets can all be accommodated, and we are happy to know what will ensure your breakfast is satisfying, nourishing, and delicious.


Bath — A Hidden Gem

Well-known for it’s maritime history, Bath today is a bustling community of small businesses, restaurants, and galleries, a culture infused with the past but living very much in the present. Ideally located just a short drive from anything mid-coast Maine has to offer, visitors can hike, visit a lighthouse, eat a lobster roll, stroll the farmer’s market, shop for Maine-made products, take in a vista, hop on a river cruise, or just relax on a beach all within a 20 to 30 minute drive. See our curated list of available options here.


Things to See and Do

Whether you want to spend time in the unspoiled simplicity of nature or visit artists at work in their studios, midcoast Maine has something for everyone. Here’s a list of some places we particularly enjoy, and we’d love to hear from you about new places you’ve discovered!

Take a hike
Visit a lighthouse
Eat a lobster
Shop downtown
See a ship being built
Learn about maritime Maine
Stroll through history
Listen to live music
Tap your toes to a musical
Hop on a river cruise
Paddle about
Have a beer in the woods
Visit an artist
Drive the Midcoast Cheese Trail
Celebrate American Art
Go further afield
Find your own Maine thing