The Castine Inn is open for the 2020 season. We have updated some of our policies and services due to the current situation in order to protect our guests and our staff.
- Reservations may be made online or by phone.
- Face coverings are required to be worn in interior public areas.
Residents of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey can travel with no restrictions. Visitors from all other states are required to sign a Certificate of Compliance (Click Here) indicating that they have received a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of arrival OR that they have already completed 14 day of quarantine in Maine.
Our full breakfast will not be offered, but we will have complimentary “grab and go” fresh scones, muffins and coffee. These may be taken to your room or enjoy them on our porch and deck, which will be set up to allow for proper social distancing.
Welcome to the Castine Inn
Few inns along the Maine coast offer the unique setting and style of the Castine Inn. The peaceful, historic village of Castine is situated on the tip of a peninsula overlooking Penobscot Bay, one of the world’s loveliest cruising grounds.
Built in 1898, this historic Inn stands one block from the harbor on Main Street. The Inn is a simply elegant building surrounded by a wraparound porch and beautiful, well-maintained perennial gardens overlooking the active harbor. Inside, guests are warmly greeted in the spacious front hall with a lovely sitting room and Modockawando’s, a cozy pub located on the main floor.
Upstairs on the second and third floors, nineteen guest rooms with private baths lay on both sides of the wide halls. Our newly refurnished rooms feature the finest European linens and room amenities and five of our rooms include air conditioning.
Come relax and soak in the Castine Inn’s warm atmosphere while you sample the charm of our historic village.
Relive your visit to the Castine Inn every morning with fresh Castine Inn Jam! Click here for ordering information.