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All rooms have views of Sheepscot Bay in this stylish inn, located on a secluded ocean cove on Georgetown Island, in mid-coast Maine. Use our bikes or canoe to explore the island. Walk to the popular lobster wharf in the hamlet of Five Islands. Bike or drive to dramatic Reid State Park. Kayak the surrounding waters. Or just relax on the screened porch or terrace, watching the lobster boats.
Alice's room is a bright corner room with a lovely water view and a sitting area in front of the window. It is furnished in period white wicker.
Nightly Rate: $185/$170
Bart's room is downstairs in the main house. Furnished in oak antiques, it has a private porch overlooking the cove.
Nightly Rate: $185/$170
Tom's room is our smallest room. It has a great water view and is furnished in painted cottage furniture.
Nightly Rate: $160/$145
The cottage red suite is very spacious, with a cathedral ceiling and a private deck overlooking the cove. It has a sitting area in the room in front of a cozy gas fireplace.
Nightly Rate: $225/$210
The cottage blue suite is very spacious, with a king-sized bed (that can be made up as twins, if requested). It has a cathedral ceiling, private deck overlooking the water, and a pleasant sitting area in front of a gas fireplace.
Nightly Rate: $225/$210
The forest room is a downstairs room in the cottage. It has a private deck overlooking the cove and a sitting area in front of the gas fireplace.
Nightly Rate: $200/$185
5 on October 16, 2013
Coveside has been reviewed favorably by many and thus it is difficult to come up with anything new to add. This was our second visit and hopefully it will not be our last. We stayed in the Cottage Red Suite is a large room beautifully decorated and furnished. It has also has a generous porch overlooking the cove and we used it to our advantage bringing dinner back to the cove and dinning on the porch. The breakfasts are delicious and the hosts engaging. The other guests which I realize are random are interesting and from widely varying locations. Coveside is far from the tourist locations and that would be its strength and for some its weakness. But it delivers what is promised and provides a fond memory of a delightful stay.
5 on September 30, 2013
Come visit this beautiful quiet cove in Georgetown Maine! Tasty meals, wonderful hosts, and comfortable, beautifully designed rooms and suites. Its so great that it hurts to tell others about it because we might not be able to get in again! But it was a great place to spend our 30th wedding anniversary.
4.6 on September 17, 2013
We enjoyed our stay. The location was relaxing and secluded. The innkeepers were very accommodating for food allergies at breakfast and provided friendly service.
4.2 on September 13, 2013
This was a wonderful two night stay. Due to existing reservations made before ours, we had two change our room for the second night. We would have preferred the first night room for both nights, but that was not possible. However, the hosts made this change very uneventful. We had a gret time and will return. The breakfasts were wonderful. Walter W. Heleen
5 on September 13, 2013
My wife and I spent five days at the Coveside B & B, and even the Maine weather was unsettled, Tom and Carolyn provided us with the perfect getaway from city life. Their hospitality was first class, and the inn was just as beautiful as the pictures on the website.
Island, Oceanside, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 45 miles
If you are coming from the Portland airport, follow airport signs to I-95/Maine Turnpike; this requires a left turn from the main road immediately upon leaving the airport. Enter the turnpike northbound; get off at exit 52, toward Yarmouth, Falmouth and I-295. When you reach I-295, turn north and travel by Freeport to exit 28 - Brunswick/Bath. Get off I-295 at exit 28 (Brunswick/Bath); you will be on Route 1 northbound. Follow Route 1 north around Brunswick, through Bath (keep to the left on the highway), and across the Kennebec River. Turn right immediately (at the Dairy Queen) onto Route 127, heading south toward Georgetown. Then follow directions to Property, above.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Bicycles and canoe free for guest use, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone , canoe, bicycles, dock for kayak launch
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Bicycles and canoe free for guest use, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Tom & Carolyn Church
our grand-dog on occasion Others
Tom is a recently retired university professor; Carolyn is a former pastry chef and travel agent. Hobbies include kayaking, hiking, travel.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Crab cake breakfast
Our "signature" breakfast -- fresh blueberry muffins with homemade jams, followed by Maine crab cakes, herbed scrambled eggs, and oven-roasted potatoes.