Here's what some of the guests staying at the Blue Hill Inn have said about their visits: Wonderful people! Beautiful inn—comfy bed, lovely breakfast A wonderful experience—nice well appointed room and bath with many little extras… An inn in “good taste” in all senses. Our stay could not have been nicer. The innkeepers are beyond sweet and the food was excellent.
5 on September 13, 2016
It would be difficult to overstate how delightful it is to stay here. The inn is authentically historic, unlike those places that call themselves "historic" but have been gutted to accommodate cathedral ceilings & large-screen TVs. At the Blue Hill Inn you'll find wide, pumpkin-pine floors, antiques, & period decor, along with up-to-date bathrooms & speedy wi-fi. But it's the hospitality of the innkeepers that really makes this place unique (& I do not use that word lightly). Innkeeper Duncan & Assistant Innkeeper Chris cannot do enough for their guests. The breakfast menu changes daily & each is a three-course extravaganza. Hot coffee & tea are available at all times as are treats beneath the dome on the cake stand - lemon-blueberry cake one day, chocolate-chip cookies the next. And at 6 pm every night there's a spread of cheeses, pate, fruit, nuts, charcuterie - you name it. My partner & I got married there in August. We had planned just to go to Town Hall, but when Duncan & Chris found out - well, we ended up having it in the rose-petal-strewn garden of the inn, with champagne & chocolate strawberries. That night we found an elaborate arrangement of towels on our bed, forming two swans, their necks creating a heart.with more rose petals. Our wedding would have been special anyway - they made it extraordinary.
5 on September 23, 2012
Me and my partner stayed at the Blue Hill Bed & Breakfast on September 16th and 17th and we were impressed. The guest room was superb. The breakfast was out of this world with style and presentation. The evening appertizers in the living room were especially done and soooooo delicious.
4.6 on September 28, 2011
We found the Blue Hill Inn by chance and hit gold. We only stayed one night but should have stayed 2 and skipped our disasterous stay at the Harborside Marina and Hotel in Bar Harbor. While the stairs are a bit steep and narrow, the charm more than made up for my huffing and puffing....we were traveling for 2 weeks with 3 heavy bags. The afternoon tea was wonderful...imagine my wife's surprise when they came up with a bottle of 12 yr old Glen Livvett scotch for her...with a very fair price. Our breakfast was 5 star. We wish we could have tried their optional evening meal and would have if we had a 2nd night. It was hot during our stay but the a/c worked fine. Do not miss this Inn and it's delightful staff/owner.
Historic Village Center, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 38 miles
From the south. Boston—5 hours, Portland—3 hours, Augusta—2 hours Take I-93 North to I-495 North/East then 95 N to Portland. In Portland, take 295 N to Augusta, then Route 3 East to Belfast. Continue on 3 East/1 North through Bucksport then merge with Route 15 South. Only in Maine can you drive north, east, and south all at the same time! About 9 miles east of Bucksport, turn right on Route 15 South by the Shell station. Continue on 15 South about 8 miles to a road sign for the Inn. Drive straight ahead on Route 177 East. After 4½ miles bear left at the fork. The inn is on the right. From Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Take Route 3 West into Ellsworth. At the light at Main Street, turn left for Route 172 South. After the next set of lights, stay in the left lane, head up the hill and bear left staying on Route 172 South. Follow Route 172 into Blue Hill (about 12 miles). When you cross the small bridge in the center of town, take the next right on Union Street, Route 177 West. The inn is on the left.
Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Kneisel Hall Chamber Music, Hiking trails, Boule courts, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Parking, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian gluten-free, vegan
Chef Devin Finigan uses lobster caught off the shores of Stonington by her husband Luke for this exquisite dish. The chef enrobes chunks of lobster meat and a lemon-chive gremolata into a house-made pasta. These are poached in butter and finished with a citrus buerre blanc, served with greens from our garden.