Harbor House Inn
Relax in Boothbay Harbor, Maine with all the comforts and hospitality of home. The Historic Harbor House Inn is perched on top of Mckown Hill and was built in 1869 by Captian Mitchel Reed master of the world's largest wooden sailing ship of it's day the "William C. Carnegie". The Harbor House Inn is the highest point in the harbor with direct views of the Atlantic Ocean, Inner Harbor, and Mill Cove. Enjoy spectacular sunsets and glorious sunrises from our location. We are within walking distance of all harbor activities, including boating, shopping and dining and we have ample parking on premises. We are centrally located to several lighthouses the Botanical Gardens and the Maine State Aquarium. Harbor House Inn’s personal service, comfortable accommodations, and spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Inner Harbor and picturesque cove give each guest an exclusive look at Maine’s unique charms.
Harbor House Inn is a place of discovery — and that includes assisting those who would like to discover more about beautiful Boothbay Harbor. If you have questions about anything from dining to planning a wedding, whale watching, visiting a local attraction or museum, or planning and navigating hikes and drives along our beautiful and pristine coastline and hiking trails, we are here to help make your stay unforgettable.
Reserve one of eight spacious rooms featuring king and queen-sized beds for your romantic getaway or relaxing vacation. Begin your Maine adventure with a home-made breakfast, fresh brewed coffee and scrumptious pastries straight from our oven. Enjoy breakfast in our cozy dining room or on our wrap-around veranda overlooking the harbor.