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Elizabeth and her staff (Karen and Ruthie) could not have been any nicer, as we were warmly greeted. The breakfasts were fantastic -- quiches one day and stuffed blueberry french toast the other. We were given suggestions for lobster ("go where the locals go"-- i.e....More
Thank Mary F
Response from Elizabeth K, Owner at The Inn at BathResponded 2 days ago
Mary- I am so glad you enjoyed your stay at the Inn. Ruth said to me, we had really nice people here, and the weekend went really well. We all had a great time and did well together. It's always hard to leave, my heart...More
The room met our basic requirements of a comfortable bed, bath, and a location near town. The weather was bit warm but the room had a window AC unit that with a fan was able to keep the temp comfortable for sleeping. The innkeeper was...More
We had a great time at The Inn at Bath. Room was clean, comfortable and well appointed. Breakfast was great. We were introduced to a new dish, vegetable hash with sausage and it was delicious. Pancakes and French toast were perfect.
Staff was friendly and...More
Don't miss out on one of Maine's most beautiful inns! Any trip to Maine should include a visit to Bath, and the place to stay is the Inn at Bath on Washington street. The rooms are just great: well-designed, comfortable, private, and always meticulously clean....More
Thank Steve S
Response from Elizabeth K, Owner at The Inn at BathResponded 17 June 2018
It was great to see you and Margaret again.
Older home with lots of charm. Room was very comfortable and large. Breakfast was excellent. Location to town is very good. Home was built in 1840’s and has lots of character. We stayed two nights and felt very welcomed.