Make us your premier port when traveling in mid coast Maine.

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    Welcome to our gardens

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    Come and enjoy a fabulous gourmet breakfast in our dining room

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    All our breakfast pastries are homemade and baked fresh every morning.

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    Enjoy the peaceful sounds of the fountain

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    Relax on our private patio

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    Cozy up to warm fire with our complimentary afternoon tea

  • Patio Garden
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    A cozy patio spot to enjoy a cup of tea or glass of wine.

  • Tille – your official greeter

    Tille - your official greeter

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    Freshly made Apple Cider doughnuts.

midcoast maine bed and breakfastThe beautifully restored Italianate home, built in 1790, is evidence both to the innovation and craftsmanship of our forefathers and a comfortable and modern Mid coast Maine Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Bath, Maine’s Historic District. Ideally located for access to Bath’s many cultural attractions steeped in its rich ship building legacy and day trips to the beautiful rocky Maine seashore, The Packard House is the premier port for travelers to Mid coast Maine.

Relax in front of the fire in the gathering room, curl up with a good book in the library or enjoy complimentary afternoon tea in the garden after a day of local sightseeing.  Amy and Mark can help you plan an itinerary suited to your taste.

After a restful night’s sleep, wake up to a gourmet breakfast featuring fresh local ingredients and homemade breads and pastries.

So whether you are looking for a vacation filled with days at the beach, antiquing in quaint Mid coast Maine towns or exploring our rich maritime history, our Bed and Breakfast will fulfill all your vacation dreams.


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