Welcome to The Castine Inn, your Castine “home away from home.” The Castine Inn aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at The Castine Hotel offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
If you are driving to The Castine Hotel, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Markel's Bakehouse, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as Gallery B and McGrath Dunham Gallery.
The Castine Inn puts the best of Castine at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
First, the impressive points of this Inn. The breakfast was AMAZING! $10 if you are a guest, $12 if you come just for breakfast. Our bed was very comfortable. The grounds and garden were romantic and must be very lovely in the summer. They are reminiscent of long ago. The location was good for walking to the shore and plenty of parking. I am not sure if it was Colonial or Victorian architecture. The less impressive points- we were in Rm 2 and the dust ruffle had unidentified spots on it....I will leave it at that. This room faces the parking lot in the back and the employees door- very noisy first thing on a Saturday morning. Our friend's room, 10, had a shower/ 1/2 of a claw foot tub, a lot of curtain with a shelf across it for your soap, etc- which left not much room for you- and the water sprayed too far over you. Not convenient. The rooms did not have a TV- which was fine with me- but not with my husband :) The rest of the public rooms were quirky and cosy at the same time. Plenty of places to read a book or play cards. And a flat screenTV room. Not many options in this neck of the Maine shore- and this was not all bad.…
Stayed in a well furnished, comfortable room with a nice view. Breakfast in the morning was good and the staff helpful. Would definitely recommend! The porch is a great place to relax after a long day!
We were coming up the Maine coast after visiting Pemaquoid Light and Red’s lobster hut (unbelievable lobster roll) and got a reservation because someone cancelled. We got room number 7 and was that a treat. Third floor with a sitting room looking right down Main Street to the docks. Picture perfect! The room had period furniture and a very comfortable bed as well as a clean bathroom. We had a bottle of wine as the sun went down ( behind us) but I enjoyed watching the sky prep for dawn at 5:00 AM. The owner was very helpful in planning our next day to Bar Harbor as well as being very welcoming. We had a wonderful dinner of mussels and crab cakes and topped it off with rhubarb and wild Maine blueberry crumble. Breakfast: pancakes with blueberry compote. It could not have been better Pete…
We stayed here for two nights. The house is very beautiful with a lobby bar, comfortable lobby/fireplace to sit in. The breakfast was great and included both buffet of fruit/yogurt, but also a blueberry muffin to die for and eggs cooked the way you wanted. The rooms were comfortable but were not as nice as the lobby and eating area. Our room had an air conditioner in the window and a fan for the separate bedroom which was great. The rooms need to be updated as the carpet is a bit worn and the bathroom was a bit out of date.
A charming Inn with a traditional porch at the front where it was very pleasant to sit before breakfast enjoying a coffee from the machine which was always available. Our bedroom on the top floor was light and bright, comfortable and spacious with an open plan sitting room and a view towards the bay. Freshly made breakfasts were delicious. Castine is a sleepy, very pretty little place but eating options on a Monday and Tuesday in early June were sparse!