Waldo Emerson Inn – Gay Friendly South Coast Maine B&B

Waldo Emerson Inn

Built in 1753 and expanded in 1784, this former shipbuilder’s manse is one of the most historic places to stay on the Southern Maine coast. Originally built by Waldo Emerson, legend has it that his great nephew, famed poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, spend his summers writing in the parlor of the Waldo Emerson Inn.

Stately and refined, it retains historical charm with a touch of elegant whimsy. All six charming rooms have private en-suite baths, SmartTVs, Amazon Echos, luxury linens, robes and custom bath amenities.

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Waldo Emerson Inn – Kennebunk Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast

Waldo Emerson Inn

Built in 1753 and expanded in 1784, this former shipbuilder’s manse is one of the most historic places to stay on the Southern Maine coast. Originally built by Waldo Emerson, legend has it that his great nephew, famed poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, spend his summers writing in the parlor.

Stately and refined, it retains historical charm with a touch of elegant whimsy. All six charming rooms have private en-suite baths, SmartTVs, Amazon Echos, luxury linens, robes and custom bath amenities.

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Maples Inn – Bar Harbor Gay Bed & Breakfast

Maples Inn

The Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast takes you back to the turn-of-the-century in Bar Harbor, Maine – come stay with us for a taste of the simple life, and let go of the real world and all the stress of modern times.

Our Mount Desert Island bed and breakfast was originally built in 1903, as a retreat for well-to-do summer visitors. The inn sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, within easy walking distance of Bar Harbor’s quaint boutique shops, great restaurants, and the nearby ocean.

We’re also just five minutes away from Acadia National Park, where you can find outdoor adventures thw whole year through – watch the sun set from Cadillac Mountain or see the waves crash against Schooner Head.

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Brewster Inn – Dexter, Maine Gay Friendly Inn

Brewster Inn

The Brewster Inn is located in Dexter, Maine which is less than an hour’s drive to the coast or Bangor and the beautiful Moosehead Lake and Mt Katahdin region of Maine. The Inn is perfect for special events, parties and weddings.

We also offer the Inn as facility space for corporate meetings and group retreats of all kinds.>p>Whether you are looking for a romantic getaway, quiet weekend of relaxation, wedding or retreat location, business facility or vacation filled with outdoor activities, The Brewster Inn of Dexter, Maine welcomes you!

The Brewster Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a former Maine Governer and Government Senators family home. If you ever saw the the 3 x”Golden Globe” and 5 x Oscar award winning film “The Aviator” starrring Leonardo De Caprio as Howard Hughes then you will of seen Alan Alda from MASH playing the Senator that was in charge of the Government task force that tried to bring Howard Hughes down. In that film Alan Alda played Senator and also Governor Owen Brewster and its his home we have so it’s pretty historic.

Our 9 guest rooms range from expansive to cozy, and each offers a distinct personality. Some feature King size beds, fireplaces, original wood panelling, window seats and original tile bathrooms. Others offer a view of the gardens or a whirlpool bath for two. One handicapped accessible guestroom is also available.

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2 Village Square Inn Ogunquit – Ogunquit Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast

2 Village Square Inn Ogunquit

2 Village Square Inn, located in the heart of Ogunquit , Maine, is a 17 room Inn nestled on a wooded hillside perch overlooking the town square and the Atlantic Ocean. The ladi-back and congenial atmosphere of our 1886 Inn is complimented by its close proximity to all the resort activity in this seaside getaway.

17 rooms, king and queen size beds available. All rooms offer guest controlled heat and air conditioning, tv/dvd player with cable, ceiling fan, refrigerator, and Keurig coffee maker.

Three first floor common areas casually furnished with comfortable seating, library, dvd library, guest computer, piano, ice machine, and restaurant and attraction listings. 2 Village Square offers you and your friends plenty of both indoor and outdoor space to relax.

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Old Granite Inn – Gay Friendly Rockland, Maine Bed & Breakfast

Old Granite Inn - Rockland Maine

The Old Granite Inn Bed & Breakfast, located in the national historic district of Rockland, Maine, is a Federal Colonial built of gray granite quarried nearby in St. George. Local craftsmen fashioned the beautiful structure that still stands today. In the early 1900s, the building was purchased by the ELKS for their clubhouse.

In 1984 John and Stephanie Clapp bought the building and through renovation and restoration created the lovely, comfortable Old Granite Inn. In 1997, Ragan and John Cary of St. George, an educator and an engineer respectively, purchased the Inn as their gracious home, continuing the tradition of a fine Bed & Breakfast.

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Topside Inn – Gay Boothbay Harbor Bed & Breakfast

Topside Inn - Gay Boothbay Harbor Bed & Breakfast

With a picture-perfect location at the highest point in Boothbay Harbor, this 19th-century sea captain’s home has panoramic harbor views, seaside perennial gardens and quiet places to relax while being just steps from all that the charming town of Boothbay Harbor has to offer. The main house and our two classic summer guesthouses offer stylish, comfortable accommodations and indoor and outdoor common spaces to enjoy the view, a glass of wine or gather with other guests.

Water views greet you in every direction – sunrise and the famous footbridge across Boothbay’s inner harbor to the east, the lighthouses and islands and out to sea to the south, and the western sunset. Our front lawn provides a grandstand seat to observe harbor activity throughout the day and the lights of the sky at night.

Start your day with a delicious full breakfast prepared to order. We offer a different main dish each day, often featuring produce from our vegetable and herb gardens or offerings from the local farmers market. Lobster, locally harvested mushrooms, fingerling potatoes and fresh cheeses are just a few of the regions freshest ingredients that have been enjoyed by our guests. Guests can help themselves to great local coffee or tea, fresh fruit, tasty homemade granola, yogurt, baked goods, cereals, juices and more. We are happy to accommodate special requests including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free.

The Boothbay Region offers much more than one might expect – we can easily fill a 3, 4 or even week long stay with plenty of activities. Boothbay Harbor is a classic Maine seacoast village and our guests enjoy the convenience of a one-minute walk to restaurants, shops, and art galleries.

There are so many ways to enjoy the water as well. Boat excursions leave from the in-town piers, whale watching, puffin and seal sightseeing, lighthouse tours, schooner sails, fishing, kayaking and more. On land, the spectacular beauty of the peninsula awaits on the Land Trust hiking trails, at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, or jon winding roads to spectacular lookout points such as Pemaquid Lighthouse and Ocean Point. Breweries, wineries and farmers markets are all within an easy country drive for our foodie guests. We’ll help you find it all!

Come to the Topside Inn, and see why everyone says: WOW, WHAT A VIEW!

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Elms of Camden – Camden Gay Bed & Breakfast

Elms of Camden - Camden Gay Bed & Breakfast

Built in 1806 as a private residence, Elms of Camden is one of the oldest homes in the area. This authentic New England Colonial is a fine example of the marriage of preservation and restoration with original wide board pine floors, interior shutters and windows, and the original cooking stove from 1806.

Guestrooms are individually decorated and feature queen or king beds with custom linens and quality amenities. All rooms have private baths, some with jetted tubs and tile showers. All rooms have flat screen TVs, free and secure Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and other amenities for year-round comfort. All rooms except for Dahlia (the original kitchen) have a gas fireplace. Dahlia was left unaltered to preserve the 1806 cooking stove and historical integrity.

A comfortable Keeping Room welcomes guests to gather and relax by the fireplace where there’s lively conversation, relaxing chairs, good music, and a guest pantry. During the summer months, guests enjoy a large outdoor garden patio area tucked away for a bit of quiet and escape after a busy day!

Each morning, guests enjoy a delicious, home cooked breakfast served on the patio (weather permitting) or in the Keeping Room. The menu, inspired by Southern roots, local ingredients, and a bit of adventure changes daily; using only the freshest of local and seasonal ingredients. We welcome the opportunity to introduce our guests to our “simple breakfast…done right” motto that is the hallmark of our service. Fresh roasted coffee and tea are available 24/7 and an afternoon treat for snacking is usually always available!

Elms of Camden is an all-welcoming property, known for its friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Owners Gary and James look forward to your arrival.

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Camden Windward House – Gay Camden B&B

Camden Windward House - Gay Camden B&B

At the Camden Windward House, we offer a complimentary made to order breakfast, fast wifi, private off street parking, en suites, air conditioning, fire places, soaking tubs, jacuzzis, luxury bedding, and much more.

The Windward’s location is perfect – mere steps from Camden’s harbor, shops, dining and the Camden Hills State Park.

Planning a trip to Camden? We can offer all the information you need to enjoy this charming Maine seaside village.

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Graycote Inn – Bar Harbor Gay Friendly B&B

Graycote Inn - Bar Harbor Gay Friendly B&B

Step back into the Bar Harbor of a quieter era and be our guest at the historic Graycote Inn – we’re open year-round. Graycote was also the first green-certified lodging in Bar Harbor.

Sleep in one of our comfortable, spacious guest rooms, each with a king or queen bed – many with canopy – and private bath. Some of our guest rooms have a working wood-burning fireplace, sunroom, private sitting room, or balcony. We also offer free off-street parking – you don’t need to worry when a winter storm is on its way), and free wifi throughout the Graycote Inn.

Start your day with a tray of locally-roasted coffee just outside your room, then come down to a leisurely full, hot breakfast served to you at your table on the sunny enclosed porch spring through fall, or in the dining room before a cozy fire in winter. Our delicious breakfast is made from scratch each morning.

Enjoy afternoon refreshments on the veranda or in front of the living room fireplace. Play croquet on the lawn, or take a nap in one of the hammocks. Bar Harbor’s many restaurants, shops, and galleries are just a short walk away.

You’ll also be just a mile away from Acadia National Park, with sixty miles of car-free carriage roads, 120 miles of hiking trails, and some of the most majestic coastline in the State of Maine. The carriage roads become excellent cross-country ski trails in winter.

The Graycote is here to welcome you in any season, whether you wish to “do it all” in the great outdoors, or simply relax and recharge your batteries on the country’s most beautiful island.

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