Our home is a two minute walk into the heart of Belfast's downtown, filled with restaurants, shops, galleries, the theater, and our harbor. Out our front door, much of the downtown can be seen as it descends to the water of Penobscot Bay. No need to move your car unless you've chosen to adventure out to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, or maybe hop a ferry to some of the Bay's islands. Belfast sits alongside Route One, making it a sensible site to begin your exploration of Maine's mid-coast.
Our beautiful home is extremely fortunate to be one of the closest airbnbs to Belfast's downtown. You can leave your space, and in five minutes, be shown a table at a local restaurants, or be purchasing a ticket at the Colonial Theater. When you're tired after a day's activity, your bed is just a short walk up from the harbor and downtown.
While Mariann and I hope that we've made your private space comfortable, we extend an invitation to relax in our library, dining room, sitting room, or on one of our front porches. The home's front door is open and unlocked until 10:00pm each day.
While we respect the privacy and wishes of our guests, Mariann and I are available to sit down and discuss recommendations, destinations, and tips for making the most of your trip.
- Additional Guest Charge: $15.00 per night
- Quiet Hours: 10:00pm-07:00am
- Check-in: 4:00pm-flexible
- Check-out: 10:00am
My wife Mariann and I moved from a farm in Northern Maine where we milked cows, grew hay, and baked all sorts of sweets for the locals and folks "from away." Our move brought us to the wonderful Thomas Pitcher House in Belfast's historic downtown. We have bedrooms that could more easily sit empty and closed, but know how wonderful it would be to meet travelers who have chosen to visit our "home" along the coast. The accommodations we offer are what we would hope to find when we travel somewhere new, clean, quiet, and safe rooms with a fresh morning treat awaiting us each morning along with a hot beverage. Our town Belfast offers an eclectic mix of cuisines and past-times. You can enjoy a quiet dinner at one of our harbor-side restaurants, adventure out onto a schooner, or find that special antique or art piece to take home. Our summers are filled with weekly outdoor live music, road races, Arts in the Park, Harborfest, and Maine's Celtic Celebration (to name just a few).