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1774 Inn
44 Parker Head Road
Phippsburg Center, ME 04562
Phone: +1--2073891774

John Atkinson and Jacqueline Hogg

English, French

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Breakfast on the deck is a must when the sun is out!The magnificent McCobb room, named after the local businessman who had the house built in 1774.
The front of 1774 Inn - the first view you will have on arrival.Walk down the old paving slabs to the imposing front door.
Watch the sun come up over the mighty Kennebec river.Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast in the elegant formal dining room, complete with huge fireplace and roaring log fire for those chillier mornings.
The spacious and supremely comfortable Haggett room, with its fabulous views over the rear grounds and the river.The beautiful first-floor Woodshed suite - equally perfect for either honeymooners or old romantics! Breakfast on your own private verandah before stepping straight down to the four acres of grounds and the river frontage.
The small dining-room - ideal for small family breakfasts on sunny mornings, with direct access to the deck whre you can eatch the seals play while enjoying your coffee. The original stairway is wide and very low-rise, which makes the second-floor rooms in the main house easily accessible for all.
The Hill room is named after the Inn's second owner, Mark Langdon Hill, who was Maine's first representative to the US Congress. The memory of third owner, and well-known Maine shipbuilder Charles Minott, is preserved in the tastefully furnished Minott room.
The prices of the rooms in the adjoining 'Ship's Carpenters' Quarters', added to the main house in 1870, reflect their slightly more compact size, but they are no less comfortable.