Bath is a great “home base” while visiting the Midcoast region of Maine. Centrally located on the Midcoast, you will be close to everything the region has to offer!
Bath, Maine’s “Cool Little City”, has been rated as having one of the top ten “Main Streets” in the US. Just two blocks from the inn, visit charming shops, galleries, and restaurants. Stroll the town and see stately homes and their gardens and enjoy time in Library Park, which is only a block away from the inn.
The inn is also a few minutes walking distance from the Chocolate Church Arts Center. During your stay, plan on visiting the Maine Maritime Museum, after all Bath is known as the “City of Ships”. You will be close to Popham Beach and Reid State Parks, each just a 15 minute drive away. Both have been voted as having some of the best beaches in Maine. Many of the Midcoast’s lighthouses are within a short drive. Bath is close to it all!
Middle Street Inn was built in 1843 in the Greek Revival Style by John Bosworth Swanton, descendent of William Stanton who was credited with having built Bath’s first year-round shipyard in 1760. This U-shaped home was built in three-sections: the “formal” main home for the parents and nursery, the family quarters which housed the dining room, kitchen and children’s bedrooms, and the back section for storage, servant’s quarters and the ‘six holer’ indoor restroom facility.
In 2016, after years of searching throughout New England for the right bed & breakfast to purchase and operate, innkeepers Jude & Chuck decided to ‘go their own way’ and create Bath’s newest accommodation.
Address888 Middle St
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