The Inn at Bath was a private residence until the previous innkeeper purchased the property in 1989 and converted it into an outstanding Midcoast Maine bed and breakfast. There were no formal streets in Bath back in the very early 1800’s and thus the search to identify previous owners and property transfers became difficult. The earliest record we have found to date shows that the property was sold on August 28, 1826 by Mr. Thomas Robinson to Mr. Henry B. Webb for the sum of $300.00. By 1850 the property is owned by the McClellan’s and it is valued at $4000.00, signifying that a house now stood on the property.
Each of The Inn’s guest rooms has its own personality; fabric, color and light as well as the furniture, art and family photographs collected by Elizabeth all contribute in making each room unique. All guest rooms have private bathrooms and offer a selection of firm and comfortable king, queen, double and twin beds, each with comforters and extra pillows. Two rooms have very comfortable 6’5″ sofa/daybeds which can be made up for an additional guest. Two adjoining guest rooms have wood-burning fireplaces (unlimited firewood is included in the room rate), two rooms have 2 person whirlpool tubs and fireplaces, and three rooms have outdoor entrances making them ideal for visiting dogs!