Pryor House Bed & Breakfast

360 Front St, Bath, Maine 04530
Innkeeper(s): Don & Gwenda Pryor
  • Welcome to Pryor House Bed & Breakfast

    Welcome to Pryor House Bed & Breakfast

  • The Elizabeth Room

    The Elizabeth Room

  • A circa 1820 Federal-style home

    A circa 1820 Federal-style home

  • Enjoy a delicious breakfast in the dining room.

    Enjoy a delicious breakfast in the dining room.

 

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction

    Pryor House Bed & Breakfast-Bath, Maine

    This lovely Bed and Breakfast is a circa 1820 Federal-style home overlooking the Kennebec River in the historic "City of Ships", just a few blocks from the heart of town. This classic New England house features an elegant double staircase, wide pine floors and fireplaces. Guests can choose from two distinctive rooms, all having private baths. There is an inviting parlor area for guests to relax in and a dining room where some of the most delicious breakfasts are served!

    Rich in shipbuilding history, Bath has been known as the "City of Ships." If you plan to visit the Bath area, see how ships were built in the past with a trip to the Maine Maritime Museum. Visit the "Chocolate Church" arts center, Waterfront Park, or stroll along the City's restored downtown. Bath has some great restaurants and antique shops!

    Pryor House Bed & Breakfast-Bath, Maine, breakfast

    Bath is located near historic Wiscasset, Popham Beach, Reid State Park, Brunswick Naval Air Station, Bowdoin College, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and the Boothbay area. L.L. Bean and other outlets are located in nearby Freeport. Bath is also located conveniently 39 miles north of Portland.

    Enjoy the sea? Try a seal or whale watch off of Boothbay Harbor or kayak in and out of inlets. Perhaps you're a land lover? Try hiking or walking on some of Maine's finest beaches, or simply take in the beauty around you.

    The Pryor House is conveniently located off of Route 1 and I-295, a stopping-off point for visitors traveling through and to the Mid-Coast area. Let us know if we can help you plan your vacation.

  • The City of Bath

    Rich in shipbuilding history, Bath has been known as the "City of Ships." If you plan
    to visit the Bath area, see how ships were built in the past with a visit to the Maine Maritime Museum
     
    Visit the "Chocolate Church" arts center, Waterfront park, or stroll along the City's restored downtown. Bath has some great restaurants and antique shops!
     
    Bath is located near historic Wiscasset, Popham Beach, Reid State Park, Brunswick
    Naval Air Station, Bowdoin College , Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and the Boothbay
    area. L.L.Bean and other outlets are located in nearby Freeport. Bath is also located
    conveniently 39 miles north of Portland.

    Beale St. Barbecue and Grill

    207-442-9514

    J.R. Maxwell's

    207-443-2014

    Kennebec Tavern

    207-442-9636

    Robinhood Free Meetinghouse

    207-371-2188

    Mary Ellenz

    207-442-0960

    Mae's Cafe

    207-442-8577