The Spouter Inn

Lincolnville Beach, Maine

With ocean views from every room, the Spouter Inn Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful Colonial-style home built in 1832. It is situated on 1.5 acres with gorgeous flower gardens, rocking chairs on the front porch and a conversational fire pit, all located directly across from Lincolnville Beach.
The Spouter’s eight guest rooms all offer private bathrooms, some with Jacuzzis, and fireplaces. Restaurants, shops along the beach, and the ferry out to Islesboro are all within walking distance.
Vacationing along the Rockland, Rockport, Camden, Lincolnville, Belfast corridor provides for time to rest and relax, time to enjoy the beach, time to explore the coast, and time to appreciate and value all that Mid-Coast Maine has to offer.
The guest rooms have individual charm and personality to meet the needs and comfort of their guests. Eight relaxing and romantic rooms, all with ocean views and baths en-suite, some with fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs. Those specialty woods such as mahogany, cherry, oak, pine, and maple add to the uniqueness of each room identified by their nautical names including;  the Crow’s Nest Suite, Captain’s Quarters, Harbormaster’s Quarters, Chart Room, Navigator’s Quarters, Helmsman’s Quarters, First Mate’s Quarters and the Fo’c’sle.
The first floor offers a lovely open reception/multipurpose room, with dining and lounge seating and a warm ceramic tile floor. There are two comfortable living rooms, one with a fireplace, and a spacious dining room with charming bar.  There is also a guest powder room off one of the living rooms.
The inn’s kitchen is very large, with wood plank flooring and offers two different areas in which to cook – one area with a gas stove, griddle and grill, the other with ovens, the baking and cooking sections! There are two sinks, a dishwasher and In the middle of the kitchen is a very large center island, with ice maker, and plenty of counter space! The kitchen also has a wood stove. It’s a large but very cozy space.

Financially viable business with room to grow. Full financial detail provided to qualified buyers with signed non-disclosure agreement.



At a Glance

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  • Main house built in 1832, addition of the kitchen in 1950s and the carriage house in 1992
  • Lot size: 1.39 acres
  • Map 1 Lot 63
  • 2506 Atlantic Highway, Lincolnville Beach, Maine 04849
  • Book 4298 P225 Waldo County Registry of Deeds
  • Square footage: 6,375
  • 8 guest rooms with private baths
  • Common areas include reception/multipurpose space, dining area, small bar, two living rooms, large front porch
  • Floors are hardwoods and carpet
  • 10 fireplaces (one wood stove in the kitchen, one wood stove in the workshop, one wood burning fireplace in the living room,  one wood burning in the owner’s quarters, the remaining 6 in guest rooms use Bio Ethanol Ventless Fireplace Burner Inserts
  • First floor laundry room with two washers, two dryers, half bath, storage pantry
  • Large kitchen with propane stove, grill, flat top griddle, two gas ranges, 2 cooktops, two sinks, large center island with ice maker, wine fridge, commercial reach in refrigerator, butcher block and tile counters
  • Private water with filtration system, private septic; Lincolnville Sewer District has brought public sewer up the road and property owners have a 5 year period in which to hook up to public sewer if they choose
  • Onsite paved parking for 11 cars
  • Exterior: cedar shingle, clapboard
  • Hot water baseboard heat, central air, A/C units
  • Auto start generator
  • Propane firepit on patio
  • Fiber Optics
  • 2 storage sheds
  • central vac
  • Very large woodworking shop
  • 2021-2022 Real Estate Taxes $12,264

There is a newly renovated 1 bedroom owner’s apartment with hardwood floors, granite kitchen, bath, living room, fireplace, deck; in addition, there is a private owner’s sitting room off kitchen; 1 additional bedroom with partially finished bath that could be another private friends/family room or guest room


The Spouter Inn is conveniently located five minutes from downtown Camden Harbor and a few  minutes from the entrance to Camden Hills State Park with its famous view from Mt. Battie. The inn sits directly across from Lincolnville Beach and guests can walk to the ferry to Islesboro.


The Camden area is known as the region where the “mountains meet the sea”. The Spouter Inn is your window to the natural landscape of mountains, beaches, and protected bays. Impressive lighthouse tours are a local favorite and the region offers some extraordinary art museums and galleries.

Spouter Inn is:

  • 90 miles from Portland
  • 195 miles from Boston
  • 50 miles from Bangor
  • 65 miles from Acadia National Park
  • 50 miles from Boothbay Harbor

A Bit of History

Originally built in 1832 by the Hallet family, the Spouter Inn’s main  building was created as a summer home to escape the everyday routine of life in upstate New York. Not only a place to relax and enjoy the  summers, but their home also helped to create memories for many in the  community as they held concerts and dances in the second-floor dance  hall. The decades of fun and frivolity were many and the home evolved  over the years. At times it was a place for migrant workers to rent rooms while harvesting local crops or working in the fishing/lobstering  industry.
In 1986, the building was renovated, updating the structure,  upgrading its function, yet keeping the feel of its “golden days” of  old. A beautiful carriage house was added with the custom design of  artistic post & beam woodwork. With ceilings of Maine Hemlock and  floors of Ash, each guest room and private bath has its own personality demonstrated by the use of wood finish: Mahogany, Bird’s Eye Maple,  Cherry, Pine, and Oak.