Places to stay in Eastport, Maine

There are 9 accommodations listed in Eastport

Classic 6 bedroom Inn.

Todd House Bed & Breakfast - Listed under Eastport Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.21km away.

Built on Todd's Head during the revolutionary War, the Todd House is a classic New England full cape. Architectural features include a massive hearth and chimney and a unique "good morning" staircase. The Todd House is on the National Register of Historic Places. The spacious yard, with is cook-out facilities, affords an ever-changing view of the bay and its islands. Glorious sunrises wand sunsets enhance the natural beauty of the area. [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-2328



A wonderful lodging alternative to local hotels or motels.

Milliken House - Listed under Eastport Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.23km away.

The Milliken House Bed and Breakfast offers elegant accommodations and a restful, comfortable B&B atmosphere. Guests may enjoy a complimentary glass of port or sherry in the large double living room, containing two marble fireplaces where there is cable television, board games, and a fire on coldish days. There are six guest rooms on the second and third floors, uniquely furnished with lovely Victorian Renaissance and Eastlake furniture and decorated with the mementos left behind by the ..... [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-2955


RV park and well equipped cabins in Eastport.

Seaview Campground - Listed under Eastport Campsites, located approximately 1.31km away.

Step back in time and visit the old seaport of Eastport, Maine. Be the first to see the sunrise of the day, view whales and eagles, right from your front window or chair!! Love Lighthouses? Well we have 5 in beautiful Washington County along with Whale Watching, Sightseeing Tours, Kayaking & Hiking. [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-4471


Motel rooms, many with private balconies.

Motel East - Listed under Eastport Motels, located approximately 0.25km away.

The Motel East is located Oceanside Downtown on the Island City of Eastport, Maine. It is the most Easterly U.S. city on the East Coast, with a still untouched quality lending to its charm and style ... that “something different” to make your visit unique. From whale watching from your room’s balcony to experiencing the unique 4th of July Parade, Salmon or Pirate’s Festivals, or just taking in the relaxed down east vibe, come check in at The Motel East. It’s worth the trip. ..... [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-4747


Southmeadow Cottages

Listed under Eastport Cottages / Cabins, located approximately 0.39km away.

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(+001) 207-853-2318


Harris Point Shore Cabins & Motel

Listed under Eastport Cottages / Cabins, located approximately 1.08km away.

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(+001) 207-853-4303


Shady Pines Cabins

Listed under Eastport Cottages / Cabins, located approximately 1.49km away.

We are located in Eastport, Maine USA on 6 Norwood Road. We would love for you to give us a visit. Eastport is the easternmost city in the United States. Watch the sun rise over the bay across from Campabello Island, New Brunswick Canada. Enjoy relaxing in the sun or a fresh dip in our in ground pool. [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-2989


Weston House B&B

Listed under Eastport Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.22km away.

Welcome to Weston House in Eastport, Maine and enter a world of quiet country elegance and charm. Jonathan Weston built this Federal Style house in 1810 on a hill overlooking Passamaquoddy Bay. Weston, an 1802 graduate of Harvard, practiced law in Eastport and was active in political affairs. The New England house has offered hospitality to numerous travelers through the years. In fact, John James Audubon stayed here while awaiting passage to Labrador in 1833. Today at the bed and breakfast ..... [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-2907


Kilby House Inn B&B

Listed under Eastport Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 0.41km away.

A warm welcome awaits you at the Kilby House Inn, a recently-restored Queen Anne house, reflecting Eastport at its commercial peak in the late 19th Century. Built by local entrepreneur and seaman Herbert Kilby, the late-Victorian home boasts five delightful bed-chambers, each with its own individual charm and style [ More details ]

(+001) 207-853-0989


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