We are an award-winning luxury bed and breakfast in Midcoast Maine. Relax in the tranquility of our 4.5 lush acres and enjoy breathtaking waterfront views. From your room, an adirondack chair in our garden or the table on our deck, you might catch the sunrise over the Kennebec, seals playing on the island out front or eagles swooping from the tall trees. Or you might take in the stars and Milky Way while toasting s'mores around our fire pit. Just a few minutes away, you'll find Popham Beach, boating, light house tours, fishing, hiking, beaches, golf, restaurants, museums, shopping and more. We're just 10 minutes from charming Bath, 25 minutes from Bowdoin College and Brunswick, 50 minutes from Portland and halfway between Boston and Acadia. We pride ourselves in our thoughtful and attentive hospitality and gourmet, farm-to-table meals. For an authentic Maine experience that is truly unforgettable, come to the 1774 Inn.
This elegantly appointed room has gorgeous pine floors and large windows with beautiful natural light and splendid views of the front lawn, Center Pond and surrounding woods. Relax with a good book or hot cup of tea by the original fireplace.The room is named for Mark Langdon Hill, Maine’s first US Congressman, who was the home's second owner. Located on the second floor of the main house.
A favorite room in the house. Spacious and filled with natural light from large windows with expansive views of the Kennebec River. and garden. Large private bath also with views. Antique pine floors, a classic four-poster bed and lounge chairs for reading and relaxing by the cast iron stove. Located on the second floor of the main house.
The Blue Room is a cozy corner room with views of the Kennebec River, gardens and Phippsburg Congregational Church. Located on the second floor of the “Ship’s Carpenters’ Quarters”, added to the main house in 1870 as lodging accommodations for Charles Minott’s shipwrights.
Breathtaking views of the Kennebec River, gardens and historic Phippsburg Congregational Church. Plenty of natural light from large windows. French inspired decor with antique bed. Named after Charles Minott, the first famous Maine shipbuilder who became the third owner of the house when he purchased it in 1854. Located on the second floor of the main house.
Escape to this rustic, cozy retreat in an elegant country setting. This suite has gorgeous wood floors and reclaimed wood walls. Windowed French doors offer plenty of natural light and invite you to step onto your private porch to sit in the rocking chairs or explore the beautiful grounds and riverbank. Enjoy the quiet luxury of nature. Perfect for a romantic or adventurous getaway. Located on the first floor.
This cozy room, furnished with twin beds, is perfect for families with kids, or friends traveling together. Gorgeous pine floors and views of the Kennebec River and gardens. Excellent value. Located on the second floor of the “Ship’s Carpenters’ Quarters”, which were added to the main house in 1870 as lodging accommodations for Charles Minott’s shipwrights. Shared bathroom with the Gold Room. Bathroom shared with the Green Room next door.
This cozy room has gorgeous pine floors and views of the Kennebec River and gardens. Furnished with a full-sized four-poster bed, this room is a great value for families staying in multiple rooms. Located on the second floor of the “Ship’s Carpenters’ Quarters”, which were added to the main house in 1870 as lodging accommodations for Charles Minott’s shipwrights. Shared bathroom with the Gold Room.
This spacious room has beautiful natural light and views of the gardens, woods, Center Pond and historic Phippsburg Congregational Church. A private bath, open fireplace and comfortable full-length couch provide everything you need to relax and rejuvenate. This room was named in honor of James McCobb, who built the house in 1774. Located on the second floor of the main house.
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port)
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Écotourisme, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Circuits touristiques, Université / Grande Ecole
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Jeux de société, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Réfrigérateur , Planche à repasser, Parking, Equipé pour les mariages