Situated in Rockland's historic district, LimeRock Inn is a gracious 19th century Queen Anne Victorian home built for a U.S. Congressman and his family. Each of the Inn's eight spacious and uniquely decorated rooms features an exquisite queen or king-sized bed and private bath (several with whirlpool tubs). Wicker furniture on the Inn's wrap-around porch invites you to relax with a glass of iced tea while enjoying the beautifully landscaped grounds and informal English garden. When activity beckons, guests are only a short walk to the area's many attractions including the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, fine dining, European-style shopping, and Rockland Harbor. LimeRock Inn was featured on HGTV's If Walls Could Talk; in 2007 and more recently boasts being the only domestic prize destination on BedandBreakfast's first ever B&B week on Wheel of Fortune. LimeRock Inn has also been chosen as the Best B&B in Maine by readers of DownEast Magazine in 2013 & 2014. VOTED BEST UNDISCOVERED INN FOR ROMANCE IN MAINE (2005) BY THIS WEBSITE.
5 on April 30, 2018
What a beautiful B&B LimeRock Inn is! The hosts were very pleasing to talk to. The breakfasts were fresh and delightful and our room was extraordinary! We even had our own private entrance! Highly recommend to anyone.
5 on October 20, 2013
We have stayed at a number of B&B's but the Lime Rock is the best. The room was very clean and comfortable. The breakfast's were perfect and so delicious. The 24 hour coffee and snacks were a welcome extra. I can't say enough about the owners, they were wonderful. It was a great few days that helped us celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary.
4.4 on October 07, 2013
We had a wonderful stay here. The innkeepers were so friendly and hospitable. The room was just a pretty as the pictures, spacious, and clean. The breakfast was delicious and allowed us to meet a few of the guests and chat with the owner. It was a treat having food from his garden as well! The house has beautiful grounds. They have complimentary snacks, coffee, soda, and water which a very nice touch. Would definitely recommend!
5 on August 18, 2012
You will not find a better Inn or Inn Keepers. The Inn was recommended by a friend who lives in the area, and who knows the area's history well. This jewel is walking distance to downtown. The rooms are fabulous but PJ and Frank really make the Inn come alive. Frank's breakfasts are a foodie delight and PJ's smile is infectious. His advice on local eateries and points of interest was spot-on! A MUST stay if in the Rockland area. If you are lucky, you may even get an Elvis sighting (the Blue Hawaii version, of course).
4.4 on September 17, 2010
3 night stay at LimeRock Inn was as good as it gets...Beautiful Inn great breakfast variety and delicious. Frank and PJ are great hosts. Very helpful on places of interest...
5 on January 05, 2010
Rockland is a must if you visit ME and the Limerock is the best place to stay. Frank and PJ are great hosts we are coming back for our second stay this February because we love this Inn. The linens are fabulous you won't want to leave, but when you do you will be rejuvenated and looking forward to your return to Limerock Inn. Top notch restaurants and fantastic wine are within walking distance.
5 on October 10, 2009
We had an awesome stay in this beautiful B&B. The service was excellent, the owners were fabulous, and the breakfast was to die for - lemon blueberry pancakes were incredible! The room was nicely appointed and the inn was very comfortable. Frank and PJ definitely made us feel at home. We will definitely be back!
5 on July 16, 2009
We stay at the Limerock every year in July for a few days, and absolutely love the atmosphere off this beautiful Inn. It has a cozy wrap around porch and the best served breakfast by two Inn owners with wonderful personalities. They always make us feel at home. It is only a few blocks from downtown Rockland which makes it easy to come and go when in town for special events by the bay. The Inn has lots of charm and comfort areas and is very quiet and private.
5 on November 16, 2008
The Limerock Inn was even more than we had hoped for. We wanted to be married in Maine by the coast, and Frank and Pj handled everything for us. They even had a way to stop the rain just long enough for us to have our ceremony.:) We spent our honeymoon at the Limerock and enjoyed everyday of it. Every breakfast was wonderful and our room was elegant and so relaxing. The whole Inn was beautiful and Frank and Pj were great host. Our only regret was that we had to leave. GREAT CHOICE! Lonnie and Jody (kern) Roehrig, OH
5 on October 29, 2008
The Limerock Inn is a pearl on the Maine Seacoast. It is exquisitely appointed and the hosts are down to earth and knowledgeable about the region.
Cherry-finished furnishings and jewel tones of cranberry, dark green and gold adorn in this guest room featuring a Euro king-sized bed that can also be made into two twin-sized beds upon request for flexibility of sleeping arrangements. A small desk/dressing table also provides versatility in use depending on your needs. A flat panel TV with high definition cable is located above your wardrobe. The large guest bath features a pedestal sink and tub/shower combination. This guestroom is located on the second floor.
The metal "Wedding Canopy" bed is the focal point of the room featuring the rich colors reminiscent of the inns exterior. The furnishings are cherry finished highlighting the charm and elegance of a 19th century Victorian London flat. French doors separate the opulent bath featuring a claw foot style soaking tub and separate shower. This guestroom is located on the second floor.
Vintage patchwork linoleum flooring sets the pallet for this charming Victorian guest room. It glows with the warmth of an autumn harvest in deep greens, reds, oranges, yellows and browns. The medallion-back sofa, dressing table and re-purposed dresser turned sink cabinet complete the authentic period charm. The bath is a traditional Victorian water closet featuring the commode and tub/shower combination. This guestroom is located on the second floor.
Our most popular guest room is decorated in shades of country blues, yellows and whites. The french doors provide access to a private deck overlooking the rear gardens. The overall Southern exposure emphasizes the bright and cheeriness of the space. This guestroom is located on the first floor. The antique white "country home" bed is king-sized, and the painted furnishings are stylized "one-of-a-kind" casual antiques. An over-sized wicker rocker provides the perfect place to relax and enjoy a book or watch the wall mounted flat panel TV with high definition cable. A small antique desk with an Windsor backed chair allows you to catch up on your correspondence or get some work done. Rejuvenate your spirit in the luxury bath with whirlpool tub.
The centerpiece of our premier guest room is a "Plantation Rice Carved" four poster king-sized mahogany bed. You can relax in front of the fireplace or gaze out the large bay windows with stained glass. The room features mahogany furnishings with modern appointments such as WiFi, TV with high definition cable & DVD player, clock radio with iPhone/mp3 dock and AC/USB charging cube. The luxury bathroom features an over-sized whirlpool tub. This guestroom is located on the first floor. For an additional $100/nightly fee, the Grand Manan room can be sold with the adjoining Parlor to create a luxurious suite complete with a queen size sofa bed. Please call if you would like to book this option.
The European country furnishings are charmingly elegant with an aura of antiquity. The decor features soft romantic colors of rose, beige and pale green. Two upholstered chairs in the bay window provide the perfect spot to sit and watch the flat screen TV with high definition cable, enjoy a good book or just relax and unwind. The a side table discreetly provides storage along with AC/USB ports to power and charge your devices. The luxury bath features a whirlpool tub adding to the abundance of luxury in this guest room. This guestroom is located on the second floor.
The queen-sized, white-painted cast iron bed accentuates classic Victorian era charm while floral prints of peach, blue, and pink give this guest room a cozy ambiance. The medium oak finished furnishings reflect a later Eastlake Victorian era and compliment the overall room style. A unique tub/shower water closet is located behind bi-folding doors while a traditional nautical head (sink & commode) complete the private ensuite bath. This guestroom is located on the first floor.
COMPLETELY UPDATED IN 2018. This guest room has been reinvented in pale blue and cream to accentuate the Eastlake Victorian style prominently featured in the home's architecture but with a contemporary flair. The medium oak-finished furnishings include a queen-sized scroll top bed, dry sink dresser and marble topped bed tables to complete the warm and authentic look. The bath includes a pedestal sink located outside a traditional Victorian water closet including commode and shower. This guestroom is located on the second floor.
Airport, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Oceanfront, Oceanview, Wine country
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 80 miles
From Boston (189 miles, 3½ hours) and points South, proceed North on I-95 to Maine Turnpike Exit 44 - I-295 North. Then follow directions from Portland below. From Portland (82 miles, 90 minutes) proceed North on I-295 North to Exit 28 to U.S. Route 1 North (Coastal Route) at Brunswick. Follow U.S. Route 1 North approximately 55 miles to Rockland. At third light in town, turn left onto Main Street. Proceed six short blocks and turn left onto Limerock St. We are on the left. ALTERNATE FROM PORTLAND (RECOMMENDED FOR SUMMER SEASON): Continue on I-295 North to end and merge onto I-95 North (Maine Turnpike). Proceed to Exit 109 (Augusta) and follow signs for Route 17 East to Rockland. At first blinking light in town, bear right onto North Main St. At next stop light turn right onto Broadway. Proceed to the second stop light and turn left on Limerock St. We are on the right. From Quebec, Canada (156 miles, 3½ hours) and other points North follow I-95 South (Maine Turnpike) to Exit 109 (Augusta). Follow Route 17 East to Rockland. . At first blinking light in town, bear right onto North Main St. At next stop light turn right onto Broadway. Proceed to the second stop light and turn left on Limerock St. We are on the right. From Bangor and points Down East follow U.S. Route 1 South into downtown Rockland. Turn right at stoplight at Limerock Street (Knox County Courthouse on the right). We are on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Bath robes, Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fridge, Library, Microwave, Movie library, Parking, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Golfing, Hiking trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Frank Isganitis & PJ Walter
English, Italian, Spanish
Frank & PJ are recovered corporate refugees having traded long commutes and business meetings for a much more rewarding and “hands-on” career. Both are originally from New Jersey, but now call Maine their home!
Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten Free
Orange Ricotta Pancakes
We are told time and time again how light and fluffy these pancakes are.