Do not take the word Pleasant lightly. My stay at The Inn at Bath was exactly what I was looking for in a Bed and Breakfast. An intriguing host, a great breakfast, and conversation if initiated. You have the option to eat alone or with guest who are also looking to chat over breakfast. The rooms are very sweet, comfortable, and clean. The Inn is located in the Historic District, has ample parking, and is in walking distance to Bath's center and the Kennebec River. I will be returning for another stay.
16 of us--ages two-and-a-half to late 60s--booked the Inn at Bath for a long summer wedding weekend and it was heaven! Walking distance to town and its boutiques, eateries, and bookstores, through hilly streets of colonial and antebellum houses; driving distance to rocky beaches, sandy beaches, coastal islands, pine-woods hikes, and the river; unbelievably delicious breakfasts served by a warm and kind innkeeper; cool nights; bright mornings. Utterly relaxing and fun. The Lavender Room served as our daughter the bride's getting-ready room, with room & sunshine enough for cousins, sisters, sister-in-laws, aunts, niece, and girlfriends to visit.
We had a great time here. The rooms and the building itself are beautiful and comfortable. The food was delicious, and the location was really nice. There’s a nice back patio and it’s a short walk to all the restaurants and shops in Bath.
You must stay here when visiting Bath! Don't even consider anywhere else. The Inn itself is very charming and right in the historic district. But the best part is the owner, Jackie. She is a wonderful and lovely woman, we felt like we were staying with an longtime family friend. She was so welcoming, a wealth of knowledge of the area, and had wonderful suggestions on where to eat. Her breakfasts were out of this world! I am so glad we found Jackie and her Inn at Bath! We wish we could have stayed longer. We can't wait to come back to Maine and will definitely make a point to stay at the Inn at Bath again. I can't imagine a better place to be!
The Inn at Bath is charming, comfortable, clean and inviting. The owner is a fabulous chef and prepares gourmet breakfasts with local natural ingredients. She is warm and friendly and truly makes you feel at home. We've stayed in the Garden Room and enjoyed reading on the patio outside the door. It's an easy walk to the shops and restaurants in Bath.
Love the Inn at Bath. We stayed in the lavender room, it’s enormous with lots of light, luxurious towels and ironed sheets(which I love). Jackie is a professional chef and every breakfast was incredible. If you like to eat, stay here.
The Inn at Bath is beautiful and very comfortable. We stayed in the Sail Loft and it was a great room with an extremely comfortable bed - we had everything we needed! We especially enjoyed the delicious breakfasts Innkeeper Jackie made for us each morning. She’s a very hospitable host. We highly recommend the Inn at Bath
I stayed in the Sail Loft. The room was spotless. Really, it stood out to me how clean the place was, especially the bathroom. I really appreciate a place that puts a concerted effort into cleanliness. I was staying for an extended time and planned to bring some of my own food with me. The room didn't have a mini-fridge so I planned to bring my own, which Jackie graciously agreed to. Jackie herself was pleasant to talk to in the mornings before I'd head out each day, and she shared her advice on places to see and eat at in the area. If you're shopping for groceries, I recommend you check out the Bath Natural Market! Some notes on the room: The room itself is spacious and generally quiet. Sometimes you can hear some low noise from the main kitchen area or from cars driving by, but I didn't find it bothersome. The smell of breakfast in the morning may wake you up, depending on what's being cooked. This could be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your plans for the day. :) The bathroom has a bidet, which I found interesting since I don't think they are that common in the US. The AC is at bed-level, so you may need to fiddle with the fins to direct the air in a comfortable direction.…
When the room we reserved was actually not available, owner Jackie called us and would not move us to a room with a TV. She did not care. would not help us. Told us we would have to wait until Sept 2021. We told her we had our hearts set on that room she said " you just made the reservation 2 hours ago, how could you be disappointed? Her voice was raised and trembling. Please do not put your emotional problems on me. Looked like a nice place, with Norman Bates running it.
Highly recommend this quiet and well appointed inn. Breakfast was delicious. The town of Bath is well worth a visit. (Maritime Museum, Kennebec Grill, Popham Beach). Last but not least the innkeeper, Elizabeth Knowlton, is friendly and helpful.