Our Historic Register Inn is located nr Bangor Maine in the town of Dexter, just 20 minutes off I95. Only 50 minutes to the beautiful, unspoilt and scenic Moosehead Lake and Mount Katahdin region, State Parks or the Maine coastline for wonderful day trips. 9 guest rooms all with private bathrooms and very comfortable beds for a great night’s sleep.A big whirlpool in the honeymoon suite to relax in, all season fireplaces,flat screen TV’s, I-Phone docks, free fast WI-FI, independent in room heating and AC. Some guestrooms can accommodate 4 or 5 people in comfort. A satisfying full breakfast each morning, freshly prepared with a delicious main course alternating sweet and savoury dishes on a daily basis. The Brewster Inn has a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere and is just the place to de-stress and unwind with 2 acres of well landscaped gardens, patio and screen porches. Give Mark a call and he’ll create something special for your romantic getaway, vacation or “recharge” time just for you with his expert local knowledge. The Brewster Inn has been shown on HGTV and is the former mansion home of State Governor and Senator Owen Brewster, portrayed by Alan Alda in the Oscar winning movie "The Aviator" that starred Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes. Other noted people to of stayed here Inc Presidents Truman and Taft, 7 Senators that we're aware of and Louis B Mayer, the founder of MGM Films
A splendid, rustic yet elegant, three room suite! Perfect for a romantic honeymoon, anniversary, bride's retreat or other special getaway. The spacious main room has an elegant queen size bed and a large sitting area with sofa and cozy gas log fireplace. Enjoy the warm ambience of natural wood paneling. A large book case (filled with books) adorns an entire wall while a nostalgic cheval mirror stands in the corner. Curl up in front of the fireplace for a romantic evening, or watch a movie on the adjacent television. A small sitting room with double futon offers extra space for families
Nightly Rate: $149/$149
The Hideaway guestroom is a spacious and private first floor retreat! This room features a queen size bed, sitting area with double futon. The bright and cheerful bath has a romantic oval whirlpool tub. Perfect for relaxing after a long day of sightseeing and shopping. This room has generous closet space which makes it ideal for longer stays at the Brewster Inn. Rates are at double occupancy.
Nightly Rate: $139/$139
You'll feel like you're spending the night in a Swiss chalet! Truly a grand room with king size bed and comfortable seating in front of the cozy fireplace. Our family inspired Game Room delights guests of all ages with its generous size and rustic charm. The table seats four and works well for games, late night snacking or morning coffee. Extra guests and/or children are accommodated with a comfy antique 3/4 iron bed. Rates are at double occupancy. The private ensuite bathroom has a shower.
Nightly Rate: $139/$139
This generous and cheerful corner room features many windows with wonderful views out over the Brewster Inn gardens. A king size bed and twin daybed with trundle make it a pleasant room for traveling companions (especially suitable for girlfriend getaways). Watch television or read in the comfortable wingback chair. Curl up with a hand-made afghan on chilly nights. Ladies will enjoy the added luxury of an antique art deco style dressing table. The petite bathroom has a shower. Rates are at double occupancy.
Nightly Rate: $119/$119
Rich shades of green and traditional english style furnushings set the mood for the newly decorated Beckford guestroom. Looking out over the gardens makes for cheerful mornings. This mid-size room is furnished with a comfortable queen size bed. A large television stands in one corner and can be enjoyed from the comfort of the bed or the lady's side chair. A 4 drawer dresser provides ample storage. The spacious private bath features a tub with shower.
Nightly Rate: $109/$109
Warm and cheerful yet functional...... Located on the main level, the Fern Room is wheelchair accessible and includes an ADA approved bathroom. A full size wooden bed and a matching twin size bed (both in view of the television) accommodate traveling companions. For your convenience, the Inn has complimentary wireless internet access throughout. Bring your laptop!
Nightly Rate: $109/$109
Harry Truman stayed in this room; his thank you note is in the guest living room This mid-size room looks out over the gardens and provides a snug haven for 2-3 travelers (a queen bed and a twin bed). A large private ensuite bath has pretty peach and green tile and a tub with shower.
Quiet and comfortable with leafy views! Our guests will enjoy the Charlbury guestroom with its calming shades of blue and brown. (This room was once used as the maids quarters.) The French provincial queen size bed and antique dresser will delight those who adore shabby Chic furnishings. Relax in the comfortable bold striped chair; great for catching up on reading or enjoying a movie on the television. There is a vanity sink in one corner of the main room and a private bathroom with tub and shower
Good things DO come in small packages! Sweetly decorated, this petite former maid's room is full of historic charm as it still retains much of its original detail and woodwork. The queen size bed is surrounded by a delicate strawberry & flower wallpaper. Relax with an evening movie on the television; curl up with a home-made afghan. A pretty pedestal sink stands in the main room. Two smaller rooms accommodate the stand-up shower and water closet.
5 on March 03, 2014
My husband and I decided at the very last minute to take off for an overnight get away and were fortunate enough to come across the Brewster Inn’s website. Mark, the Innkeeper, called us to confirm our reservation within about 20 minutes of booking it online. When we arrived we were greeted warmly by Mark and felt very welcome immediately in our beautiful surroundings. The pictures on the website are all very beautiful, and we were pleasantly surprised to see it in real life - the photos cannot capture the history, the beauty and the love that obviously went into the beautiful mansion’s restoration and continued maintenance. The Inn’s foyer and living room are incredible, with beautiful attention to detail. Gorgeous hardwood floors, fireplace, large windows (with window seats) - lovely antiques and knick knacks in glass fronted cabinets, even a piano, not to mention furniture that makes you want to curl up with a good book! Very warm and inviting. The Honeymoon Suite is perfection, in a word. Not only is it private and quiet, it is beautifully furnished with everything you may want or need, it is spotlessly clean, from floor to ceiling. The bath is wonderful, a giant two person Jacuzzi with a separate shower, all surrounded in wood paneling, floors and ceiling. There are wonderful whimsical statues, urns and bowls on all of the beautiful built in bookcases lining the walls, with a great collection of books and a terrific sofa set in front of a gas fireplace - oh and more window seats! The bed and pillows are so soft and comfortable, we slept like rocks and didn’t want to go home! The breakfast we had was wonderful, and so filling we didn’t need lunch. I can’t thank you enough for a great stay, Mark. We will be back, and we will recommend your place to all of our friends. -Christine and Andy Condon, Saco, Maine
4.6 on January 23, 2014
When I made a reservation at the Brewster Inn, i did it because the inn looked lovely from the pictures and because of the many positive reviews. My husband and I travel to New England every couple of years to enjoy the snow and wander around Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. When I found this place, my husband questioned why on earth we would want to go up to Dexter where there was little to do in the winter. I told him I liked the inn pictures and he rolled his eyes. That got me a little worried, but when we arrived, our worries were put to rest. Mark has done an incredible job of refurbishing this inn. You can tell that there has been so much work done. For example, the living room. The painting detail is amazing and his taste is quite lovely. He continues to have things done and seems like he is always working on improving. Our room was the game room, and I highly recommend it. We looked at the other rooms and though all are lovely, ours was the biggest and the most spectacular. It is all covered in wood paneling, including a complex ceiling done in stunning wood design. The huge kind bed was comfortable and he had feather pillows, which we love. There were three luggage racks and lots of places to put things. The fireplace was a wonderful touch. Mark is more than willing to give help when needed. If you ask a question, be ready for a rather lengthy response - brevity is not his strong suit, but he is a gracious and caring host and we will definitely return to this lovely in. We did very little but drive around and look at the lakes and read and knit and cuddle, but other will find much to do during their days if pure relaxation is not your goal.
5 on January 13, 2014
This B & B is such a Treasure and full of History . We spent the Christmas Holiday at The Brewster Inn and had booked the Truman Room . Everything exceeded our Expectations and we could not have thought of anything else that would have improved our Stay . We will be sure to come back for another Visit and want to commend Innkeeper Mark Stephens for making everybody feel at Home while being away from Home . To anybody who is looking for an authentic historic clean friendly and beautifully restored B & B this is the Place to visit , you will not be disappointed !
5 on November 11, 2013
Mark was the most helpful Inn Keeper I have ever met. He helped me plan my itinerary, called me back at home with other suggestions and checking to see if I had gotten my reservations for activities in place. When we arrived the Inn was big and beautiful, our room very spacious, a hot delicious breakfast and a hard working Mark to make sure we had directions, suggestions and any help needed for our days plans. Couldn't ask for more - I was so impressed.
4.8 on October 11, 2013
Vacationing in the New England area, the Brewster Inn was our first experience with a Bed and Breakfast. The experience far exceeded our expectations. Mark was a terrific host, for beginners. Our room was a combination of a luxury suite and museum. The walls were tastefully decorated with all sorts of items of interest, that provided a quaint look into the history of the home and the area in which we were visiting. The best part was having Mark as a resource to direct our daily activities. He steered us into site seeing and hiking that we would have never found on our own. We twice visited the Vittles Restaurant which he recommended and enjoyed two meals there, the dining highlight of our two week vacation. Should we ever have the opportunity to visit that region again, we would use the Brewster Inn as our base location and adventure out daily from there, taking full advantage of Mark’s considerable knowledge of the area, sites and other points of interest. A tremendous debt of gratitude to Mark for all of his guidance and suggestions!
Airport, Countryside, Downtown, Lakeside, Mountains, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 30 miles
We're just 50 minutes from Bangor International airport. From Bangor International airport, turn right on Union St (RT 222)and go to I95 South.Exit 157 from I95. Right at exit and follow Rt 7 to Dexter (about 12 miles). Turn left at traffic light in Dexter and go down Main St. At the end of Main St where the road seperates, take the road right up Zion's Hill and we're Number 37 Zions Hill Rd at the top of the hill on the right.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Public beach swimming in Lake Wassokeag close by, Massage and spa services, Moosehead Lake and Mt Katahdin 50min away, Golf, Snowmobile rentals, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Snowmobiling, Anything you want to do is possible here, ATV's, Dog Sledding, Moose watching, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Country Inn, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
I-Phone docking stations, Wonderful scenic gardens and great hospitality, Luxury robes and towels, private bathrooms with showers or tub/showers, 26 and 32" flat screen TV's, in room heating controls
Mark Stephens is very honoured to take ownership of the historic Brewster Inn since moving from England in January 2007.Originally from Gloucester, famous for the English sport of cheese rolling, Mark had been in sales and hospitality for the last 16 years. His hobbies include soccer, motorsport and music.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten Free
Getaway for TWO couples Get a couple to join you and reserve 2 rooms from either the Honeymoon Suite, Game, Garden, Truman or Rose room and save 30% on the cheaper room when you stay two nights. Save 40% when you stay 3 nights or more! One of the rooms reserved must be the Honeymoon Suite or Game room These are large wood paneled rooms with fireplaces, cable TV and DVD and are large enough for you and your friends/family to socialize comfortably.