Celebrating 18 Years of Service to Mid-Coast Maine
A 170 year old farmhouse set between rock walls, woods, and lake. The B &B is a highly informal and unhurried place ruled by the restorative rhythms of nature. Nearby Clary Lake offers opportunities for swimming, canoeing, fishing, and bird watching. The setting is a journey into quiet countryside simplicity, away from tourist crowds, but convenient to coastal adventures. Children and Pets are welcome. First Floor Room with private bath is $100.00 per night. Second Floor Rooms with shared bath is $80.00 per night. Additional day bed, sofa bed, air beds, play and pack crib are available for $15.00 each. No Pets Allowed.
Antiques, galleries, and unique shops are located close by, and the innkeeper/custom woodworker at Clary Lake Woodworking School will share his craft.
Restaurants: We have 12 locally owned restaurants available within 5-15 minutes away. A list of favorites are provided in your room
Service Stations and Convenience Stores: We have 3 options within 5 minutes and one with ATM.
Also, haircuts, manicures & pedicures are available by appointment or drop in at the local shop, Hair Works.
Check in 2:00 PM and after. Late Check in is available by arrangement.
We’re OPEN for Business!
Clary Lake Bed and Breakfast is having brisk business, so if you are planning to travel you might consider making reservations now. We are able to accept visitors from Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut without 14 day quarantine in Maine. Guests from other states will need to have 14 day quarantine or a negative COVID19 result within the 72 hrs before travel. There are more and more testing sites in Maine but that still requires quarantine until you have your test results. Guests are asked to wear masks as they arrive and in the house except for eating. Please are able to social distance by eating on our courtyard or inside for breakfast. We want to let you know MAINE IS OPEN FOR TRAVEL. We still have over six weeks of summer and September and October are beautiful in Maine.