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The Homeport Inn

Historic sea captain’s mansion rejuvenated into a 9 room B&B.

The Homeport Inn was built in 1861 for Captain John P. Nichols, a prominent sea captain who was a commander of 5 ships and owner of a local shipyard. Our 12,000 square foot Inn is listed on the National Register. Open seasonally from Memorial Day weekend to mid October. Located on Route 1 between Bar Harbor and Camden. 10 minutes to Belfast. Many hiking opportunities nearby including Sears Island, a favorite of Maine bird watchers. Walk to the Penobscot Marine Museum and downtown Searsport. Full homemade breakfast of your choice for 2 included with room rate. Homemade treats offered daily. All rooms have refridgerators, Keurig coffee service, and televisions. Wifi available throughout the Inn.

  • Address 121 E Main St
    Searsport, Maine 04974
  • Phone 207-548-2259
  • Website Homeporthistoricinn.com
  • Payments Accepted Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Cash
  • Hours Memorial Day through mid October

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