Pros: The inn is an old estate overlooking the harbor. The room was in good condition with three large windows looking toward the water. The breakfast was good, especially as it was included with the ...
Cons: I think the place is under staffed. And the staff is under trained. I wanted to change my room and I was willing to pay for the upgrade. The person at the front desk wasn't able to do that. ...
Pros: The sedated atmosphere and understated elegance of the Inn, good food, excellant Spanish Coffee drink, comfortable room. Had a fan in the room but did not need to use it.
Cons: Rooms do not have a TV which would have been nice to know in advance. Kleenex in the bathroom would have been nice.
Pros: Wonderful facility with clean rooms, extremely comfortable beds, and wonderfully decorated and furnished.
Cons: The room was extremely warm and my wife's request for a fan was not able to be honored. The heat of the room with no a/c and a small 3rd floor window was the only derogatory aspect of our ...
Pros: Loved the ambiance and the beautiful Maine hospitality. The staff were wonderful and helped so much when we were doing some ancestry research. thank you
Pros: Imposing mansion overlooking the sea, with grand approach drive. Feels like an English country hotel, including the very good breakfast menu. Personal service from the owners.
Cons: Facililites all worked well, including good hot shower and wifi, but bedroom furniture was a little tired.
Pros: The imposing and impressive style of the property ; a chance to visit and stay in what had been since 1895 a magnificent private house; excellent meals - breakfast and dinner.
Cons: Whilst appreciating the pressures in running a small hotel with an inherent lack of bulk volume business, attention needs to be given to keeping the extensive garden and driveways in top rate ...
Pros: Cozy old Inn. Great atmosphere. Clean. Owners are very friendly. The town is very quite and we felt very safe walking the streets. Great place to relax and unwind.
Cons: Not much to do in Castine.
Pros: Quite and peaceful place. Love old inns.
Cons: no tv in rooms
Pros: The staff and comfort of the room
Cons: The staircase to the room. I would have welcomed a handrail to help navigate the steps.
Pros: decent breakfast. very friendly and helpful staff
Cons: nothing, off the top of my head
The Manor Inn built by a 19th century rusticator during an era of grand summer homes sits on a hillside with great views of the Penobscot Bay on Maines coast Castines residual charm with fine examples of early 18th century Federal and Georgian architecture from the prosperous era of shipbuilding drew summer rusticators in the late 19th and early 20th century as it does now Converted to a bed and breakfast inn in the 1990s all guest rooms have private bathrooms and several have working fireplaces The Manor Inn welcomes the traveler with a comfortable bed friendly staff a good breakfast spacious rooms and grounds The original design of the Manor Inn as a private home created large rooms some which have high ceilings fireplaces and fabulous views to the Castine Harbor and Penobscot Bay Because this was once a home the rooms vary in size and is priced accordingly Some of our features and amenities include Wireless internet access at no charge to connect All rooms have private bathrooms Full complimentary breakfast from a daily menu which has daily specials Fine quality bath amenities towels linens and duvet covers Hair dryers irons and ironing boards in each room Some rooms have Air Conditioning Some rooms have working fireplaces Lawn games such a croquet in the summer and early fall
Pros: Beautiful Inn in small town Maine. Food was exquisite. Staff was terrific. We stayed in room #1 and it had a gorgeous view from a bay window on the second floor. Coffee was out on the floor at 7:...
Pros: Very pretty B&B. Beautiful, quiet town. I walked to watch the sunrise both days! The dining room was beautifully set. Great attention to detail.The breakfast was tasty.
Cons: Although the breakfast was tasty, the portion size was very small. Also, breakfast didn't start until 8AM. (That's late for tourist trying to get an early start.) The room had no television in...
Pros: Food at the restaurant was good
Cons: Very old property, very plain rooms, old beds, sheets, towels, isolated (there is absolutely nothing to do in town), rude owner. Tried to leave our early due to hurricane emergency and they made us ...
Cons: inn was funky, not well kept up, staff was unwelcoming inn is hugely overpriced
Pros: Very comfortable with great travel advice from the owner
Pros: Lovely location. Characterful building. Most convivial and helpful host. Excellent staff. Most comfortable beds and charming rooms/decor. Very good food. Value for money. It was so good we stayed ...
Pros: Superb breakfast. Fascinating artifacts in the lounge and throughout. Coffee outside my door in the morning. Restaurant with excellent food & service. Best crab cakes ever.
Cons: The queen mattress.
Pros: The staff are welcoming. The refined and classic decoration of the hotel is very enjoyable. The manager and owner will carry nice conversation with you if you got time. We enjoy the neighborhood ...
Cons: They do not have air conditioner in the room and it is August. However it is still bearable.
Pros: Lovely quiet town The food was outstanding Relaxed atmosphere Very friendly staff Really cool bar - loved the bar decor Nice towels
Cons: Our bed faced a wall with tiny windows on either side Felt claustrophobic Bathroom was cute but the door didn't really shut Very Victorian decor - do not care for this prissy faded glory ...
Pros: Amazing. Highly recommend it. The staff couldn't be nicer (the owner comes to greet you personally at your arrival). Every detail is thought of (e.g. you have a great living room for reading, ...
Cons: Nothing really. Flawless
Located in a coastal village, this historic inn includes an on-site restaurant and pub. Hotel amenities include a concierge service available for planning daily excursions, bicycles, a gift shop, and daily newspapers. A wrap around porch is available for dining and relaxing. All individually decorated guest rooms have a seating area, en suite bathroom, and CD clock radios. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel and a computer is available for guest use. The Mediterranean inspired restaurant features dishes made with local seafood and seasonal ingredients. Specialty cocktails and extensive wine lists are available. A breakfast buffet is included, as well as afternoon tea and evening snacks. The town dock and Maine Maritime Academy are both within 3 minutes walk of Pentagoet Inn. The Castine Golf and Tennis Club are less than 0.6 miles away. Acadia National Park, Camden and Stonington are all a 1-hour drive from the inn.