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The Castine Inn

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Los Angeles, CA
Reviewed 28 June 2008

June 27, 2008 reviewed by Nancy J. We loved the Castine Inn in Castine, Maine. We stopped in Castine to see the elm trees, survivors of Dutch elm disease. The town was so charming that we decided to stay for the night. We walked into the Castine Inn and asked if they had a room. This was a weekday, about...

1Thank NancyJLosAngeles
Reviewed 27 June 2008

The Castine Inn is a beaufiful and spacious old Inn. It is situated in a beautiful quaint village on Penobscot Bay. We had a delightful expereience in every way. The Inn is well cared for and owned by super nice people! Our lovely second floor suite was very spacious with a wonderful bath and a view of the Bay. The...

1Thank pipervirginia
Western NY
Reviewed 31 May 2008

We recently spent three enjoyable nights at the Castine Inn, Castine Maine. This nearly 200 year old inn was well maintained and decorated. It also provided excellent service, pleasantly inviting public lounges, an on-site pub, and teriffic . elegant breakfasts. All this was only a few steps from the waterfront and for a modest daily rate.

1Thank salbotr
San Francisco, CA
Reviewed 28 May 2008

I was thoroughly delighted to find this little gem of a place. The public rooms-living room and dinning room are especially lovely and the grounds were beautiful with Tulip magnolias blooming. It really is a quiet place and clearly off the beaten path. We went the week before Memorial Day and there was really not much in town that was...

1Thank CateSanFrancisco_CA
New York
Reviewed 7 May 2008

There are very few places to stay in Castine, so the prices are high and the quality varies without consequence. The inn itself was very nice, with nice furniture and a nice view. That being said I have a few issues with the inn. First and foremost, the breakfast is not free! They tell you when you call about the...

5Thank Travelgirl4489
Reviewed 22 December 2007

This was the classic new England experience we were looking for!! We took a "leaf peeping" tour through New England this last fall, and the Castine Inn was our absolute favorite place. It's like a hotel from an old movie - you walk up a shaded front porch, open an old screen door, and you are transported back in time....

1Thank lilbunnyfroufrou
washington dc
Reviewed 27 November 2007

We stayed at the Inn to visit friends who live in the area. It's a great location right in town with parking and a friendly staff. Accommodations are not fancy but very nice. Too bad they're not doing dinner but the breakfast was wonderful.

1Thank sabre42
garland, texas
Reviewed 16 October 2007

Castine is a gorgeous experience if you want to be off the beaten path....beautiful and quiet....quaint and charming. The Inn is lovely and also charming, with a very friendly and helpful staff. The food was wonderful, but the weekend we were there the owner/chef was in France and we were disappointed not to be able to experience his cooking! However,...

Thank debbie7151
Reviewed 16 October 2007

A foggy fall evening found us arriving in Castine one day after a tornado hit this sea coast village. Arriving at the Castine Inn we were greeted by the owners telling us they were without power. The owners and their children were delightful. My husband & I loved the inn and the wonderful hospitality of the Castine Inn. They upgraded...

Thank swoodson
Cincinnati, Ohio
Reviewed 12 October 2007

This is a wonderful 200 year old inn in the heart of the village of Castine, Maine. The inn is quiet, very clean, and comfortable. Some rooms have views of the water and it is walking distance to Maine Maritime Academy. Hot breakfast is included in their reasonable rates. A real gem!

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  • Free Parking
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Family Rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking

Additional Information about The Castine Inn

Address: 33 Main St, Castine, ME 04421-3004
Region: United States > Maine > DownEast and Acadia Maine > Castine
Price Range: RM576 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 18
Also Known As:
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“Our room was nice but I was told 15 is a great room. I peeked in and it was a nice room in the front of the Inn.”
 of 5 bubbles PatAlphaBeta, 14 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Rooms on the third floor are huge, more than necessary, but truly enjoyable.”
 of 5 bubbles tigasc84, 5 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Choose a room that specifically mentions AC”
 of 5 bubbles 940lindsayr, 24 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Top floor have best views, and corner rooms like No 21 cost a little more but have two windows and are lighter/bigger (worth the extra).”
 of 5 bubbles xxxasia, 4 Oct 2015 | Read review
“We loved our 3rd floor room with a garden view and peak at the water just beyond.”
 of 5 bubbles Memetravels2015, 28 Sep 2015 | Read review
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