See why so many travelers make Inn at Round Pond their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Round Pond. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Inn at Round Pond offer air conditioning.
For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Round Pond Coffee, which is a cafe that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Round Pond Art Gallery and Shoppe is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
At Inn at Round Pond, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Round Pond.
We stayed at the Inn early in July, as the only guests, in the Prentice Suite. We were treated to delicious breakfasts each morning, a comfortable and very clean room, plus enjoyed the little garden patio out back. Walking distance to Muscongus Bay Lobster and the candy store across the street.
Far from the madding crowd, with beautiful gardens and terrific breakfasts, this was a perfect choice for a quiet getaway vacation. It is centrally located between Damariscotta, Pemaquid Light, and Pemaquid Beach Park. Boothbay Harbor is not too far away by road. They only have four rooms though, so book well in advance.
The Inn has been carefully renovated by the current owners and my husband and I enjoyed a restful night and lovely breakfast while in the area house hunting. Round Pond is delightful any time of the year! Thank you!
A wonderful peaceful inn with 4 rooms and hosts that truly make you feel welcome. We reserved for 3 nights and stayed for 5. Breakfast was a new creative treat each day with fine presentation., Bill & Sue offer thoughtful suggestions and we look forward to our next visit. Look at website for availability.
Stayed a night with my wife at the Inn at Round Pond and really enjoyed it. We love the area and the only unfortunate part was that we stayed for only one night. We were on the go and trying to check out some food in the area as well but many of the seasonal restaurants, especially right in the village, have yet to open. Gifford's ice cream was open. I recommend a stay here and the Inn and the area have an interesting history. The breakfast was great and we enjoyed the breakfast conversation so much, we almost forgot it was about time to check out. My wife wanted to know how Sue gets her eggs so light and fluffy. Super nice people and neat Inn with different rooms and views. It has a mix of modern amenities like new fixtures, many designed to look antique and some old wood floors that creek with some real antiques and much to look at. There are books but no TVs. There is a view out of the 3rd floor suites that reaches the harbor and our bathroom looked out to the back yard, looks like deer will be visiting at any moment. I'd recommend to anyone although we stayed on the third floor which is not meant for people with mobility issues. The original house goes back to the 1830s and much has been done lately to make upgrades. Worth a visit if you like B&Bs and this is one of our first.…