Rates and Reservations
The Chauncey Keep Chamber beckons you with its warm hospitality and view of passing ships on Penobscot Bay. From the cozy fireplace corner to the king four-poster bed, this chamber is considered the most elegant in the inn. Private necessary room – (combination tub/shower).
The 1620 Chamber captures the spirit of early travelers passing thru the original 2nd Colony: This room continues to honor our early English / American heritage from the king four poster to the quiet seating area. Private necessary room (shower).
Goodman Jesse Thomas Chamber is a quaint New England room with queen four poster canopy bed adorned with historic tavern check bed hangings invites you to sit a spell and enjoy a cup of tea with your favorite book. Private necessary room (combination claw foot soaking tub / shower).
Widow Pendleton’s Chamber – after the death of the olde rascal, Captain Pendleton, his widow Lucy moved to her most favorite room where she enjoyed the wooded New England views of natural wildlife passing through. This delightful queen size cannonball bed envelops you with the warmth of years gone by. Private necessary room (combination claw foot soaking tub / shower)
Goodwyfe Mary stood at this window and watched the ships sail into the harbor. This same view awaits you in Mary’s 1790 primitive room with king four poster bed and fireplace with enchanting reading corner. Private necessary room (combination tub / shower)
Captain Pendleton Chamber evokes the memory of the 1800’s sea captain who inhabited this chamber where he enjoyed the picturesque Penobscot Bay view. This room enjoys a handmade queen thistle bed and game corner. Private necessary room (combination claw foot soaking tub / shower).