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The Inn at Bath
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Reviewed August 11, 2007

A touch of elegance combined with some good, old fashioned down home hospitality.
Comfortable room with a hot tub, beautifully decorated dining and sitting areas, exquisite gardens and patio/porch areas and breakfasts of assorted fresh fruits, yogurt and fruit pancakes all made for an unforgettable stay. And that was just the Inn itsself.
Elizabeth was not only an exceptional Inn Keeper, but turned out also to be a travel agent, tourguide and restaurant expert as well. And if that wasn't enough, she and her sisters also threw in a little mother henning and made sure that we took extra clothes, bug spray, sunscreen, or whatever they thought we would need to have a more enjoyable time. Elizabeth even provided us with all the essentials for a picnic lunch when we went on our wild moose chase.
Elizabeth, her sisters and staff all helped to make our first, but not last, trip to Maine a very wonderful experience. We feel like we have definitely made some new friends.

Dan Stiles
Dan Frazier
Kansas City, Missouri

  • Stayed: August 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 30, 2007

After you've stayed at the Inn at Bath B&B, you'll never want to stay at a hotel again. That's how my husband and I felt after we stayed there for 4 days. Bath is just breathtaking...but where you stay is important too. Not only is this cozy Inn absolutely gorgeous and a true historic home with exceptional timeless decor, but the food is delicious, the rooms are incredibly clean, the location is within walking distance to everything in Bath, AND the Innkeeper Elizabeth is the best guide for out-of-towners. Everything she recommended was dead on right, including restaurants, sights, activities and museums. We even got discounts to places, thanks to the Inn. Our first trip to Maine was even more unforgettable thanks to Elizabeth and her wonderfully unique Inn at Bath. Can't wait to visit again...thanks for the memories!!! [--]

  • Stayed: June 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 29, 2007

We went to Bath to do some family research. My wife, not crazy about the focus of the vacation, threatened that "we must stay a nice place." Well I got good info on the ancestors, but I hit a homer with the IAB.

We've stayed in 75 B&B's and this one certainly ranks in our top ten.

Bath is a great little town to unwind and a good base of operations to see the southern half of the state. Safe, clean, comfortable, good eating, beautiful old homes, the Maritime Museum, etc. Not Vegas, for sure, but lots of good things for people who know how to entertain themselves with simpler pleasures (e.g. a terrific walking town).

Many in Bath are deeply involved in their tiny little city and our innkeeper, Elizabeth, was no exception. She possessed information about what to do both in Bath and the surrounding area; really good info on where and when to eat. More importantly she made us feel very comfortable in her home. And the breakfasts were wonderful (I had to ask if she had formal training).

Our Lavender Room was a delight. Not overly decorated, but with touches that made it both attractive (important to my wife) and livable (important to me).

Despite three days of ugly weather, we had a terrific time and wouldn't hesitate to return to the IAB.

PS The Patten Free Library is an incredible resource if you're doing Bath-area genealogy.

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 7, 2007

What a wonderful welcome my two friends and I enjoyed while staying with Elizabeth, our Innkeeper at the Inn at Bath in the spacious and attractive "Suite." Upon entering, a packet of useful information provided essential information. Breakfasts in the sunny, coral diningroom were both delicious and informative as guests shared unique experiences around the big dining table. Bath is an architectural gem and Elizabeth was able to offer expert guidance with suggested walking tours and town history. Town was a short walk along the beautiful main street with plenty of restaurants. Portland, Brunswick and Freeport were a short distance away. I can't think of a better headquarters to begin exploring "Down East" with such a gracious hostess.

Stayed: May 2007
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Reviewed September 28, 2006

The property is beautiful with gorgeous decor and artwork. Elizabeth, the innkeeper, is very friendly and helpful. She is great. However, the Inn is on a busy street with traffic all night long. I guess the historic houses don't have much soundproofing. It was VERY loud!! If you don't mind the noise, then its a great place.

  • Stayed: September 2006, traveled with family
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4  Thank asubean
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