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The Inn at Bath is located in Bath, Maine, in the heart of the town's Historic Disctrict.
Our mid-1800s Greek Revival home offers eight beautiful and spacious rooms for guests. Each room is uniquely decorated, with luxurious amenities and private bathrooms. Guest rooms offer a selection of king, queen, double or twin beds, as well as sofa/daybeds for accomodating an extra guest. All of our rooms are outfitted with airconditioning, cable TV, DVD players, telephons, and wireless internet.
The Inn at Bath welcomes children five years or older, as well as dogs in certain rooms.
Also, one of our room offerings, the "Garden Room," is fully accessible and built to ADA specifications, including an outdoor entrance ramp.
Visit us at The Inn at Bath, One of the Finest and Most Romantic Inns in Maine.
Bath & Inn History
The city of Bath has a great and extensive history that is tied with the arrival of English navigator, George Weymouth, in the Kennebec River in 1605. Around 200 years later in the 1840s, the Inn at Bath was built in the midst of the city's shipbuilding boom, where it continues to sit in the heart of Bath's residential Historic District. It wasn't until around the winter of 1989 that the home was converted into a bed and breakfast.
For a more detailed history of Bath and the Inn, please visit the "Bath & Inn History" page of our website.
Things to Do
Innkeeper, Elizabeth Knowlton, has put together of list of "Things To Do" in the local area. She will be happy to help you draft an itinerary for your visit.
Elizabeth is very knowledgeable about Bath, the surrounding areas, as well as their history, and is willing to share with you what makes Bath a special place.
Below is an abbrievated list of activities and local attractions excerpted from Elizabeth's list, of which a good number is only a walks distance from the Inn. For more information and to view a more descriptive list, please visit the "Things To Do" page of the Inn at Bath website.
- Reid State Park
- Popham State Park
- Pepham Beach
- Maine Fall Foliage
- Maine Maritime Museum
- Architecture of Bath's Historic District
- The Chocolate Church Performing Arts Center
- Main State Music Theatre
- Costal Main Botanical Gardens
- Lighthouse Water tour on the Kinnebec River
- Up the Creek Canoe and Kayak Rental
- Seaspray Kayaking
- Bath Country Club Golf Course
- Sunday River (ski)
- Sugarloaf (ski)
- Camden Snow Bowl (ski)
- Lost Valley (ski)
- Halcyon Yarn
- Shelter Institute
"Editors' Pick" 2001 Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England Described by Fodor's as "...convenient and comfortable..."
Recommended by"House Beautiful" as The place to stay in Bath, Maine and one of the quality inns in the midcoast region.
Described by Lonely Planet as "Bath's most splendid B&B".
“Thank you for making our first visit to a bed and breakfast in Maine a wonderful and memorable experience. Our accommodations were like a small private hideaway. Your warmth and friendliness made us feel comfortable.” Jim and Joan Frederick, Perkasie, PA
Elizabeth Knowlton, The Innkeeper
Elizabeth Knowlton became the innkeeper of The Inn at Bath in July of 2004.
She graduated from the University of New Hampshire, and went on to graduate from Antioch with a Masters of Education. Elizabeth became a Child and Family Therapist in the school department in Maine, before mobing to Buenos Aires with her husband. She has travelled to many magnificent places, such as Machu Pichu and the Galapagos.
After a few more moves, Elizabeth settled back in Maine, when after a few years she was approached by Nick Bayard, who was selling The Inn at Bath. Elizabeth was able to fulfill her dream as an innkeeper, which she continues to love till this very day!