Welcome to Milliken House Bed and Breakfast, your Eastport “home away from home.” Milliken House Bed and Breakfast 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 Milliken House Bed and Breakfast provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
You can also enjoy free breakfast while staying at Milliken House Bed and Breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Milliken House Bed and Breakfast.
While in Eastport be sure to experience local lobster favorites at Quoddy Bay Lobster, Eastport Chowder House, or Happy Crab.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The Mermaid - a bronze statue by Richard Klyver (0.2 mi), Eastern Maine Images Gallery (0.2 mi), or Tides Institute & Art Museum (0.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Milliken House Bed and Breakfast puts the best of Eastport at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Mary and her son were very welcoming and accommodating. Their very lovely bed-and-breakfast is comfortable and conveniently located within easy walking distance of all the sites, and a great value. Eastport is a lovely seaport small town with rich history and a variety of activities. But the Milliken house capped off the visit with comfortable rooms and wonderful breakfasts made by Mary each morning, plus a very friendly atmosphere amongst all of the guests. The Milliken house should be your destination.
and their beautiful mother from Tennessee stopped by the visitor center in Castine and shared the ongoing saga of their travels in down east Maine. Eastport came up; we had been thinking of going; so, we went. Their trip was enhanced by recommendations of things to do and places to visit by the owner of the bed and breakfast, Mary. The stay was as advertised. Friendly folks from away and nearby chatted happily at breakfast. Eastport was an interesting visit. Just beware, they aren't kidding about the deer! we turned a corner after dinner and there was bambi, walking along unconcerned with us chewing someone's lawn. We could have reached out and grabbed his/her ear! Anyhow, the place had hot water and took plastic so we decided to stay. The decor was cosy if somewhat dated. It was fun to revisit a place I had previously visited by boat in 2012. Fresh seafood was plentiful. Shopping was fulfilling. A visit to a local wood carver fascinating. There was more to do than the day allocated allowed. But off to Campobello/Lubec and Cuttler. Stopped at Cobscook Bay State Park. Alas my camping days are over at the park had wonderfully private camp sites and interesting hiking. And it was loaded with Boy Scouts - a camporee was underway. Learned that the tick situation was minimized there as there was plenty of spruce grouse about to feed off the pests. It is a way to go; and road work on Rt 1 was a pain, even on Sunday. We took side trips to see light houses and the like. So, if staying in a comfortable BnB and poking about for a weekend in comfortable Maine are things you wish to do, then here's a place to go.…
We had two delightful rooms in this magnificent Victorian House. The rooms were spacious , clean, and well furnished. The hostess and host could not have been more accommodating. The breakfasts were to die for with fine china and many choices. The house is located very close to downtown so getting around to see and enjoy all the sights. Huge thanks to Mary and Greg. Cheers
My wife and I stayed here over the Labor Day weekend. We were there to attend the wedding of our neice. After a delay at JFK airport, we arrived in Bangor and drove about 2 hours to the tiny town of Eastport. We arrived about 4 hours later than expected but Mary was there to welcome us to her B&B. We had not eaten dinner so she opened her kitchen and made us some sandwiches. Now that's service! This is a large beautiful home not far from the water. Easy walking to all attractions. We had the Sunrise room on the 3rd floor and it was charming. We had our own small bathroom, a comfortable bed and beautiful dormer windows. The house is a little dated but comfortable. There is a sweet syrup smell in the house that was a little unusual but not offensive. Our breakfasts were very good with the best blueberries we have ever had. Mary is a wonderful warm hostess and is a great source of Eastport history and facts.…
Mary and Greg were terrific hosts - very attentive and accommodating. We had two room for four of us on the second floor - each with its own bathroom across the hall. Breakfast was adequate, but nothing special. Mary would accommodate dietary desires and preferences. The MIlliken House is two blocks above the Main Street with shops and dining. 10 minute walk to just about anything Eastport has to offer. We went fishing for Mackerel on the Fundy Breeze and brought home fish for dinner. Mary very generously allowed us the use of her kitchen to prepare our meal. We enjoyed our short two night stay and would recommend it to others looking for comfortable accommodations at a reasonable price.