Blue Skye Farm occupies 100 wooded acres of Midcoast Maine on the road to the fishing port of Friendship. There are trails and tracks open all year for hiking or skiing and a large garden with ponds and streams for strolling or picnicking and it all provides a home to a multitude of birds and mammals. The house at Blue Skye is entirely at the disposal of the guests - the owners live in an adjacent cottage - and offers 5 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room and sitting room. There are fireplaces, four poster beds, a child's sleeping loft, books, games, music,wireless internet and beautiful views in every direction. While many friendships have been forged at Blue Skye, the hospitality of the house ensures guest privacy. Blue Skye was featured as an Editors'Choice by Yankee Magazine,is recommended by An Explorer's Guide to Maine and The Rough Guide to New England ,was profiled in DownEast Magazine, and is listed in the Official Guide to Historic Inns of America.
A light and airy double aspect room overlooking south lawn and west to the sunset. A queen-sized 4 poster bed, wood burning open fireplace, country antiques and private bath across back hall all exemplify the unique style of Blue Skye's graceful, stylish simplicity.
Nightly Rate: $85-$145
A double aspect room with queen sized 4 poster bed and private bath offering views west and north across the marsh to small spring sustained lake, home to a wide variety of water birds, otters and even the occasional moose. The views from this room leave you in no doubt that you are in Maine.
Low beams and two European beds (small queen, wide single) with feather filled duvets, combine with the sleeping bunk reached by a ladder, to create a perfectly private space for a small family. A dormer window overlooks south garden and old apple tree while little window in sleeping bunk offers a bird's eye view of Blue Skye grounds.
This small, charming room has an original Spooncut bedstead and is available as an adjunct to the Lower North for family or friends traveling together but wishing separate rooms. The view north from 3 windows is quintessentially Maine; marsh, wetlands, forests and glimpses of all the birds and animals whose home is here. The bathroom, immediately adjacent, is shared with the Lower North Room.
Cheerful little rooms tucked at the back of the house with private entrance, private deck. A small sunroom with daybed and then up 2 steps to bedroom with double bed and small private bath with walk-in shower. A curtain separates the two areas, offering a degree of privacy for friends travelling together or small family.
Formerly the main parlor of the house, this room has grand proportions from the tall sash windows looking west and north over marsh, to the large fireplace with Federal mantle. The king sized bed and European antiques create a bed-sitting room which is elegantly simple, the hallmark of Blue Skye style. A full bathroom with clawfoot bathtub and shower is located down a small private hallway.
4.8 on October 07, 2013
We were only able to stay here one night on our way between Portland and Acadia, but it's perfectly located, and we could easily have stayed 4-5 days here, using it as a launching pad to visit some of the beauty on the Midcoast. Jan was wonderful, engaging in conversation, and made some delicious breakfast (I was especially fond of the fresh apple butter she created from scratch to use on fresh baked bread -- you get the idea!). The rooms were very comfortable. It's an older property, so you do hear the room neighbors a bit, but that doesn't detract from the stay. I love how removed it feels from US 1, yet it's not a long drive to get there, so it's very convenient. But it's so peaceful and relaxing and the grounds are wonderful. Truly a great place, and one I would highly recommend.
5 on October 29, 2012
We came for just a few days and stayed for a week. Wish we could have stayed a couple months. How wonderful to come downstairs in the morning to our innkeeper chef singing out good morning, the fireplace tended, the table beautifully set for a breakfast to keep you going until dinner. There are so many things to do and see within a short drive, we didn't get a chance to walk the 100 acres of trails at Blue Skye but that is at the top of the list for next time. We can't wait to visit again!
4.6 on October 27, 2011
A homey view, fantastic breakfast offerings, and a lovely, old home. We were on the first level and were not at all aware of the guests upstairs. We lit our fire and had a very relaxing stay.
5 on October 14, 2011
Carefully renovated charming old house with amazing details, excellent breakfast prepared by the lovely owner. Countryside offers lots recreation opportunities with near by Maine's most beautiful costal range.Will definitely come back, enjoyed the time and and hospitality. Recommendation w/o any buts and ifs. U.G.
4.6 on October 13, 2011
A very relaxed and restful environment, rooms were spacious and comfortable. I usually have don't sleep well away from home but the bed was comfortable, plenty of beautiful comforters to stay warm on those chilly nights. The food was over the top, variety and delicious...... Would definitely go back. Thank you Jan.
4.4 on October 04, 2011
I planned our trip to Maine, excited about "my find" called Blue Skye Farm. My sisters and I loved it as soon as we walked inside. Our room was perfect for three; our breakfasts were wonderful and the hostess was delightful. It would be a perfect place to return to with our husbands, or with our daughters. All three of us now are excited about planning a return trip!
3.8 on October 04, 2011
Water pressure in shower very inadequate. no counter space in bathroom for putting things down. towels were excellent. great breakfast.
New shower head has been fitted. Glad you liked the towels.
5 on September 28, 2011
Great Stay at Blue Skye Farm We recently stayed two nights at Blue Skye and were very pleased. The house was exquisite and well furnished for travelers. The innkeeper was very friendly and informative. The breakfasts were varied and superb to get our days off to a good start. She also recommended a number of local places to visit which we did and were very satisfied. We highly recommend a stay at Blue Skye Farm.
4.6 on September 27, 2011
Quaint.........Beautiful landscape.........Superb breakfast and opportunity to use kitchen to cook a lobster dinner on your own......best of all, a delightful hostess
5 on September 21, 2011
Beautiful house, cosy and individual rooms, absolutely great breakfast and terrific hosts. Loved it!
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 50 miles
Take route 95 north to Brunswick,Me. Join Route 1 north. At Waldoboro, take route 220 South. Follow 220 South when it turns left to Friendship. Blue Skye is 3.5 on left. Follow these instructions from Boston's Logan airport and add 2 hours driving time.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, whale watching, puffin watch, schooner trips, light house, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Computer, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Radio, Telephone , Guest kitchen
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fireplace, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, auctions, antiqueing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails
Jan and Peter have traveled widely and have far ranging interests reflected in the books and music available to their guests. They are low profile innkeepers who respect the privacy of their guests while remaining available to assist as needed.