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All reviewsfrittataferry terminallemon sconescookie jarmain streetmid century modern decorroom suitenice showerlovely musicfrom the ovenfresh cookiesplenty of hot waterinteresting guestsmy husband and ito mid coast maineevery afternoonincluded lobster
My husband and I just returned from our first time in Maine-a 10 day trip. We traveled around staying in B&Bs and this was our first stop. This charming inn set a high standard for the rest. The breakfasts were just delicious--by far our favorites....More
We stayed at the inn for a couple of nights for my birthday weekend. Joan was very sweet and left a card and local chocolates! We had one of the front rooms and I just loved the decor.
The inn is right on Route 1...More
Have had many stays at the Old Granite Inn over the past 3 years -- fall, summer, winter and springtime visits. Fantastic views, comfortable well outfitted rooms, stellar breakfasts, easy parking, walkable to mainstreet in Rockland, directly across from Vinylhaven Ferry terminal, good wifi, fridge...More
My husband and I recently stayed at the Inn for two nights and thought it was a very lovely place. We were so grateful for the hospitality we received. Breakfast each morning was delicious. Ed was the perfect host and gave us a lot of...More
Historic building, modern and tasteful interiors. Friendly and accommodating proprietors. Unbelievably delicious food, and the other guests you meet at breakfast are so interesting and come from all over the world!
The suites on the first floor are off the hall way very near the breakfast area. very convenient and the hospitality is over the top. I am a foodie and there were local cookbooks to read while you are lounging!!!
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"We had a room down the hall from the kitchen and I was not bothered by sounds. I cannot imagine a bad room..."