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Pentagöet Inn Bed & Breakfast

P.O. Box 4
Castine, ME 04421

Toll-free (800) 845-1701

Phone (207) 326-8616

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The Pentagöet Inn, a Castine Maine bed and breakfast, is a charming Queen Anne Victorian, nestled on a seaside bluff, graced with majestic elms. It overlooks the village and harbor of Castine, Maine. Built in 1894 the inn is Castine's oldest, original "summer hotel" still welcoming guests of Penobscot Bay. This whimsical ME bed and breakfast has a prominent three story turret, gables and a delightful wraparound porch lined with lush window boxes and wicker rockers, flowers are for sale by the honor box. The porch is a favorite of photographers and artists and a great spot to read the morning paper or to join us for an intimate dinner.

Many of our guests make the Pentagöet Inn in Castine their base from which to explore Penobscot Bay, the Blue Hill peninsula, Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, the Downeast region of Maine. There are a dozen towns within easy reach of Castine, each one special with it's own unique character, antiques shops, art galleries, flea markets and country fairs. Castine is centrally located for day trips as it resides in a triangle between Camden to the South, Stonington and Deer Isle to the East and Acadia in Bar Harbor to the North, each an hour away.

Come stay at our Maine bed and breakfast and experience the timeless charm of Castine and see why it was selected as one of the most beautiful villages in New England.

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$100-199, $200-299

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Coastal, Waterview, Small Town/Village


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Our bed and breakfast in Maine offers beautiful room accommodations.  A whimsical Queen Anne Victorian with a three-story turret, quirky gables, and adjoining 18th Century cottage offers fabulous weekend getaways in Maine. There is a hint of a tilt to the floors and doors and with all the delightful nooks and crannies, all 16 rooms are unique.

Our Maine bed and breakfast will provide all of your lodging needs including a pet-friendly room. You will feel comfortably at home with the inn’s charming mix of antiques and collectibles.  The rooms are furnished with attention to detail: antiques, vintage lithographs, luxury linens, down pillows, and old-fashioned floral coverlets. Most rooms have king-sized beds; several have claw foot tubs and fireplaces, and one has a flower-bedecked balcony.

Our beautiful Maine inn is open from May through October.  Our base rates are $135.00-$295.00 per night during the high season with possible lower rates available for extended stays and off-season visits. Our prices include a private bath, full country breakfast, afternoon refreshments, bicycles, Wi-Fi, and guest computer. we also have an onsite Maine restaurant and pub.

  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Suites

Twin, Double , Queen, King


  • Antique Furnishings
  • Hairdryers
  • Luxury Linens
  • Alarm Clocks

  • CD Players

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We invite you to dinner. It’s casual by candlelight with Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong in the background. Our dining room is intimate, graced with floral paintings, mismatched antique china and garden flowers on every table. On warm evenings there is a table for you on the porch, under the stars. It’s exceptional home-cooking that honors the classics in its soulful simplicity and bow to the seasons. Our chef , Gina Melita, uses ingredients that are local, fresh from the farms and waters that surround us. The menu features lobster and local shellfish, native fish and game, New England specialties and fine desserts. There is a well-stocked wine cellar as well as a full bar. Reservations are suggested.

"One of the best meals on the coast of Maine, for ambience, service, and great food."             Nancy English, Chow Maine

In the morning you’ll wake to the smell of fresh-brewed coffee set outside your door. A full country breakfast will follow: Maine blueberries picked at a local farm, homemade granola, featherbed eggs, baked apple French toast, muffins and scones warm from the oven. Enjoy your breakfast on the deck or sit at a table for two in the dining room. You’ll be well fortified for the day’s explorations! The baking is done daily by the chef/owner who for twenty years owned the Pink Rose Pastry Shop, a nationally acclaimed business in Philadelphia



Individual Tables


Beer, Wine, Spirits

Breakfast, Dinner

  • Vegetarian Options

  • Complimentary Beverages
  • Afternoon Tea/Refreshments
  • Complimentary Snacks
  • Early Coffee/Tea
  • Evening Hors d'oeuvres



AAA 3 Diamond

More about dining at our inn

  • Antique Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Beaches
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Garden Tours
  • Golf
  • Hiking/Nature Trails
  • Historic Sites
  • Library
  • Museums
  • Shopping
  • State/National Parks
  • Tennis
  • Whale Watching
  • Winery Tours

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Check out the recipes on our website

Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

We added these wonderfully light pancakes to our breakfast lineup this past summer, serving them with various fresh fruit compotes

Pentagöet Inn Featherbed Eggs

This dish is assembled the night before serving and baked in the morning.

Raspberry Compote

Fresh fruit compote to serve with pancakes or waffles