This quiet corner of Maine's Midcoast is just enough off the well-trodden path that you'll have the pleasure of discovering your own special hideaway, the Newcastle Inn. Guest rooms have private bath and air conditioning and features vary and might include: gas stove or fireplace, or a private porch. Free WiFi access is available throughout the inn. Two rooms are “dog friendly”. While at the inn, relax in the common areas which include a three season porch with wood stove, living room with gas fireplace, parlor or weather permitting, outside on the deck. After a day spent exploring, enjoy the charms of our own little pub with a glass of wine or a Maine micro-brewed beer.
Recently redecorated, this corner room is light and airy with blue/green walls that remind you that you are on the coast of Maine.
This room is just steps from the inn and is the most private room at the inn with a private entrance. The sitting area has a two comfortable chairs, gas stove and TV. The bedroom is up 3 steps with a queen sleigh bed. The bathroom has a shower.
This uniquely configured room is filled with nooks and crannies. There is a queen bed and gas stove. The windows provide views of the side gardens and the river. The bathroom has a shower
This room with a queen four poster bed has a cozy sitting area with comfortable chairs. The large bathroom has a tub and shower.
This bright, sunny corner room has views of the gardens and the Damariscotta River. There is a king size four poster bed and a gas stove tucked into the corner. The sitting nook has two comfortable chairs and the large bathroom, with shower, has more great views of the river.
There are two antique twin beds in this corner room. The multiple windows provide light and delightful breezes. The bathroom has a shower.
This lovely room, with a bay window and private deck, overlooks the gardens and has views of the river. The queen size bed has a decorative fabric corona and the bathroom has a shower.
This room has a private outside entrance. You can enjoy the gas fireplace from the queen four poster bed. The sliding door beckons you to sit outside on your private deck. The bathroom has a tub and shower.
There are partial views of the gardens and river from this corner room. There is a queen size bed. The loveseat is the perfect place to sit and relax. The bathroom has a tub and shower.
The old fashioned cast iron bed is complimented by the white wicker in this corner room. The bathroom has a very large deluxe size shower.
This large and spacious room has a cast iron queen size bed. There is a large sitting area with two chairs and windows that look out to the gardens and the Damariscotta River. The newly remodeled bathroom has a large shower.
4.8 on October 02, 2013
A stay at the Newcastle Inn is like treating yourself to a home cooked meal made up entirely of comfort food. The innkeeper, Julie, is warm and welcoming and very helpful with many suggestions about what to do and where to go in the area. The inn itself is absolutely beautiful and comfortable -- and well worth whatever drive it takes to get there!
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts about your stay at Newcastle Inn. I want all guests to be comfortable while they are here at the inn and to feel as if this is their "home away from home" while traveling. Thank you again.
5 on September 13, 2013
We were on our way to Canada for our vacation to break up the driving. Newcastle Inn was chosen as a convenient stop. But when we got there we found a beautiful inn, a lovely room and wonderful owner. Julie was awesome. There's a view and the property is gorgeous. We love to do "walk about" in our own garden and when we're away, we always try to find a garden to wander and enjoy. Newcastle Inn had that too. Breakfast was delicious and Kath-a-rine was terrific too. We might well make Newcastle Inn a final destination next time! Thank you to Julie and Dolce.
Thank you for taking the time to share you thoughts regarding your stay at Newcastle Inn. I am glad that you were able to enjoy the gardens, and the lovely view of the Damariscotta River, while you were here. I, along with Dolce, look forward to your return when you are able to spend a little bit more time in this special part of MidCoast Maine. Thank you again.
5 on August 08, 2013
I stayed at The Newcastle Inn for one night while I was on my way to Bar Harbor. I was very happy with my choice. Julie greeted me promptly and cheerfully showed me around. I immediately felt welcome and comfortable. It was especially important to me to feel safe since I was traveling alone. Not only did I feel safe, but after seeing my pretty room I knew I was in for a special treat. The room was immaculate and the bed was beautifully appointed with crisp cotton sheets, lots of comfy pillows, and a very pretty coverlet. I slept like a little princess. Breakfast on the sunny deck was scrumptious ~ fruit juice, fresh fruit, scrambled eggs, sausage and two slices of delicious homemade bread. I hope to return to the inn next summer. I highly recommend The Newcastle Inn.
Thank you for your review regarding your stay at Newcastle Inn. I am happy to hear that you enjoyed your stay and felt safe while here at the inn. I hope that you are able to return to the inn next summer and stay a few nights so that you are able to explore and enjoy this very special part of Maine. Thank you again, Julie Bolthuis
4.4 on August 06, 2013
We are a family of four who have stayed at the Newcastle several times in recent years. We most recently spent three nights in July. Our experience has always been positive & enjoyable. Julie always extends a warm welcome and is wonderful at keeping track of her guests’ interests & activities. She is also very conscious of the fact that some people may be less than comfortable around, or have allergies to her dog, Dolce, in which case Dolce stays out of the inn. Rooms at the Newcastle Inn are impeccably clean and comfortable. We have stayed in a wide selection of the rooms. The majority are very spacious, with sitting areas. Bathrobes, fans, hair driers, and re-usable water bottles are among the amenities provided. Julie has been gradually renovating rooms, giving them a fresh and updated look. The front rooms are on the street, which is fairly quiet, especially at night, but do experience some noise, particularly in the morning. As with any older building, you may hear the odd nearby floor squeak or bathroom fan, but overall it is very quiet. Breakfasts are delicious. The fruit “course” that usually starts the meal is always fresh and tasty. The breakfast menu is always posted the night beforehand, but Julie will work with guests to find alternatives or to adjust portions. Guests have the option of enjoying breakfast on the deck, with lovely views of the garden and water. Various common areas are available for guests. We especially enjoy the screen porch, which always has a jigsaw puzzle set up and which offers views of the water. There are also Adirondack chairs scattered throughout the garden. The Inn retains much of its original architectural charm. It offers convenient access to, and a quiet respite from, the many activities and attractions of mid-cost Maine and the charming Pemaquid peninsula in particular. Being able to walk into town is an added bonus. We look forward to our stays at the Newcastle Inn - it feels like coming home.
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts regarding your visits to Newcastle Inn. I enjoy having your family as my guests and look forward to seeing you again in the future.
4.4 on July 08, 2013
My family & I spent 5 wonderful nights with Julie in June. Her inn is so clean and comfortable. Her homemade cookies are to die for. Julie is so helpful and she recommended several great places to eat. We would definitely stay here again.
Thank you for your review. I'm glad to hear that you and your family enjoyed your stay at Newcastle Inn and that you enjoyed the bottomless cookie jar! I look forward to welcoming you back as guests.
Coastal Village, MidCoast Maine, Countryside, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 50 miles
Off of I-295 take exit 28 (Brunswick) and follow signs to Rte. 1 North to Bath. Go through town of Wiscasset and 6 miles after the bridge you pass Chevrolet/Jeep dealership on left. Just after this look for sign on right (Snead Spur) and turn right. Follow road as it curves to the left, the inn is 1/2 mile on right.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Boothbay Harbor Region, Rockland, ME - Lighthouse Museum, Freeport, ME - LL Bean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Boat cruises to islands, Great Antiquing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Board games, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Telephone, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Guest Kitchen with Coffee, Tea, Cold Beverages
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian