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With a stay at Pentagoet Inn in Castine, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Main Street and Castine Historical Society. This bed & breakfast is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Castline Golf Club and 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Fort George Park. Take in the views from a terrace and a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Additional features at this bed & breakfast include concierge services and gift shops/newsstands. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite. At Penta...More details
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Small town nice Inn
Reviewed 4 october, 2021
We stayed in Room 1, which is very nice except the shower/tub combo is tricky as it is a claw foot tub with a modified shower so the shower curtain billows inward and there is nothing to hang on to. The room has a nice bay window with two chairs which is especially good during Covid times as breakfast is delivered to your room in a box (or you can eat on the porch/dining room but it still comes all prepared in a box). We had dinner the first night and again because of Covid it was a limited menu (tapas style menu). It wasn't outstanding but it was good. The staff was friendly and nice however I would guess they are shorthanded as they were advertising for help.
Great house with lovely owner
Reviewed 2 october, 2021
We enjoyed our stay. The room was large, clean and very homey. The bathroom was large and amenities were good. The only warning is if you have trouble climbing stairs, watch out. Our room was on the third floor and no elevator. No problem for us but might be for others.
IDYLLIC MAINE VILLAGE
Reviewed 21 september, 2021
This Victorian mansion is a real gem. It was very peaceful with outdoor porches + comfortable chairs. The gardens are lovely along with morning glories winding up trellises. Very picturesque. The bar is very unique with framed photos everywhere of Ghandi, Queen Elizabeth, Gaddafi, Imelda Marcos, Muhammad Ali, etc. at least 14 dimly lit. 3 disappointments: room was not cleaned-bed not made, boxed breakfasts + when I made the reservation was not told they do not serve dinners on Sunday + Monday. The staff was very accommodating. There is a lovely gift shop where the items are reasonably priced. We'd come back again when they serve their gourmet dinners.
Three night getaway to visit the mid coast of Maine
Reviewed 11 september, 2021
Room number 1 was bright and spacious. The tub/shower is a bit tricky and not great if you lack balance. Lots of windows, nice area to sit and watch the "town" and plenty of fresh air. Could be a bit noisy at night if the traffic was bad but a fan in the window covers a lot of that.
In need of maintenance and TLC
Reviewed 23 july, 2021
We were here in 2013 and were utterly charmed. The inn earned our 5 star rating. We looked forward to returning after 8 years and booked a week long stay. Whimsical interior touches, its unique pub with a collection of notables’ portraits on the walls, and thoughtfully done rooms/bathrooms stood out. Covid19 adaptations are understandable (breakfast is left outside your door, rooms are not serviced daily). The wonderful jazz music is still being performed. Sadly, overall maintenance has declined. Everything felt fresh and tastefully designed 8 years ago but since then, hallway carpets have become worn and dirty, housekeeping in the common areas seems spotty. Flower boxes have disappeared, and generously available wicker seating on the porch is gone. The broken window glass in the main sitting room and decline in the condition of Perkins house exterior are further evidence of inattention. There is deteriorating grout in the shower stall and obvious brown stains on the marble bathroom floor. The screen door to Perkins House slams for lack of a proper opener. We understand Jack, sadly, passed away, and covid19 has required certain accommodations. But it seems like the inn needs a proper refresh to bring it back to former standards.