The Inn at Bath is inviting from every angle. Lush plantings, a quaint street, and a porch that invites you to come inside. Once you enter there is something to see at every turn. Comfortable chairs, lovely antiques, whimsical patterns and soothing colors. I saw several of the rooms and stayed in the Garden Room. Each room has it's own personality with large comfortable beds covered in plush quilts. I could of stayed in bed all day yet the breakfast smelled too good. I had a green chile cheese puff which is like a crustless quiche that's light and delicious. I was also served biscuits, jams, fresh fruits and granola. It is a very relaxing place to stay, a 'home away from home' feel. The Innkeeper, Elizabeth, is easy to speak with and works hard to make sure your stay is perfect. Everyone else I met who is invlolved with the running of the Inn are friendly and helped to make my stay very enjoyable. I look forward to returning many times.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn at Bath is a mid-1800's Greek Revival home with lovely rooms full of color and light and located within Bath's Historic District. Short walk to Front Street for shopping and great dining, one block from the Kennebec River, and only 20 minute drive to the best beaches in Maine: Popham and Reid State Parks. All rooms have private baths, 4 have wood-burning fireplaces, 2 also have whirlpool tubs. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Bath Maine