Away from the crowds, The Black Duck overlooks a spectacular harbor and open ocean beyond. Hike through the twelve acres and find hidden salt marshes and a tidal bay (great bird watching spot); curl up in front of a fireplace and read; find a sunny rock outcrop and watch the gulls or maybe a bald eagle soar overhead; pick blueberries; or just sit along the harbor and watch the lobster boats. The Inn is casually elegant with antiques and contemporary art. Each room is unique.
4.8 on October 19, 2011
This place is very special. I stayed in the studio and I wish I could have stayed longer. Beautiful light, beautiful air and the views of the harbor are incredible. The studio had everything I needed and then some. I can't say enough. You have to like your peace and quiet. There are no nightclubs or even stores but bring what you want to eat and you will be refreshed and invigorated.
4.4 on October 23, 2008
We have vacationed in Maine each year for the past 12 years from Ste. Agatha to York Beach and from Rangeley to Lubec. Our stay in Corea in October, 2008 was our first. In many ways, it is a piece of Maine we had been hoping to find and finally did. We like that it is quiet and not "glitzy." It makes you relax and put the troubles of the world aside for a few days. Yet, in and nearby, there are wonderful sights to see. Our experience at the Black Duck Inn in October, 2008 was excellent. The Innkeepers were most helpful to us when we were planning our trip. Their location near the harbor is post-card perfect. Our accommodations were spacious and comfortable and the breakfast was freshly done, ample and tasty. Best of all, Bob and Barry have hit the perfect balance of being good hosts: genuinely friendly, willing and easy to talk with but with a good sense of balance to not "smother" us with too much attention. We definitely plan to stay at Black Duck again next year and would give an unqualified recommendation of it to anyone. Pinky and Larry Daigre Ste Genevieve, MO
5 on July 19, 2007
Our stay at The Black Duck was pure pleasure. The rooms were lovely, food was delicious, Barry and Bob are charming - a wonderful experience that we would recommend to anyone.
lovely country style room with harbor views. Small sitting room and large private bath. Bright and airy
Nightly Rate: $0 - $140
lovely 2 bedroom suite which has one bath.. perfect for 2 couples or family. Rate is less for only 2 persons. Water view from Room B, forest view from Room C. Traditional style furnishings with oriental rugs and antiques
Nightly Rate: $0 - $180
large first floor room with private entrance. Almost a cabin unto itself. Small private bath, sitting area in room. Bright, cheerful and direct access from the outside and small deck.
Nightly Rate: $0 - $140
free standing cottage on harbor's edge. Watch the fishing boats come and go, open ocean just beyond. Full housekeeping facilities. Incredible spot. Kitchen facilities
Nightly Rate: $0 - $160
fishing village, harbor, Oceanview, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 50 miles
From Rte 1; Rte 195 into Corea Village Caboat 10 miles); left after Corea Church onto Crowley Island Rd; 1/10 mile on left. #36
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Eco-tourism, Historical interests, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Acadia National Park, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fireplace, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Guest refrigerator, , 2 rooms w/ocean view and both cottages on harbor
Alarm clock, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Canoeing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Wild blueberry and cranberry picking in season, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Bob Travers & Barry Canner
Barry was a a city planner for nearly 20 years in Massachusetts and Connecticut, now does some consulting in Maine. Bob, formerly sold security systems. Both collect antiques, including storm lamps and tin toys.