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THE SEASIDE INN

Opening May 25, 2021
The Seaside Inn is a nine-guestroom inn in an 1850 sea captain's home overlooking Port Clyde Harbor and Muscongus Bay. Some of the most common things that bring our guests to the area include catching an early ferry to Monhegan Island, setting up an easel and paints to capture a particularly breathtaking landscape, viewing native birds off the coast and others come here because their family has been doing so for generations. If you haven't personally experienced the magic of the area yet, now is a perfect time to start planning, we're excited to hear what you'll find that will inspire you to return year after year.
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THE ocean house hotel

Opening May 25, 2021
Located at the very end of the St. George Peninsula in the quaint village of Port Clyde, Maine you will discover the Ocean House Hotel. A charming 9 room hotel, originally built in the 1820's as a rooming house for local mariners, it has 200 years of lodging history! The hotel has been maintained in is original state, including the steep staircases, no elevator here! Wireless internet and parking are included in the room rate.  Dogs are welcome.


Just a Great Place to Stay It is a gold standard for inns. worth the drive to get there. beautiful old house. rooms are super comfortable. bathroom was well laid out. close to a wonderful general store// café and a great lobster outdoor café. we will be back next year. Tangoman Sep 2019
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Annual Trek to Monhegan Island Location is everything. Walk across the street to food and the General Store. The ferry to Monhegan is a short walk. Love the gallery and the afternoon happy hours at the bar. Your car can remain parked at the Inn while you tour the Islands. Tom C Sep 2019
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Unexpected Evening Delight! We were traveling up to Rockland, Maine and all their B & B's were booked so without realizing it we wound up in Port Clyde staying at the Seaside Inn and it was our best find for our entire Maine trip. We liked it because the ferry does go to Monhegan Island about a 100 yards from the Inn and the hiccup of a town is perfect with a general store just across from the Seaside Inn (not it's not a B & B). That made our discovery more interesting as we could head over for a counter breakfast at the General Store. It was cozy, clean sheets, nice decor and we had a view... we only wished we could have stayed longer and spent the day on Monhegan. We also enjoyed walking around the spit out to the lighthouse and having dinner just across the way on the water with a beautiful sunset. So every night doesn't need to be planned, you might just find a jewel near the sea! 2020hall Sep 2018
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What a Picturesque Corner of the World Port Clyde is at the end of the St George Peninsula in Maine. Ships depart from its dock to take people to magical Monhegan Island where one can walk in the shoes of many great American painters from the last century. A quiet stay at the Seaside Inn in Pt. Clyde means helpful hosts and newly renovated bright rooms with views of this working harbor. Nearby is Marshall Point Lighthouse . Across the road is the Pt Clyde General Store and the Dipnet Restaurant with delicious lobster rolls and other fresh seafood eaten on the covered dock. If you are looking for a quiet retreat from the rush of today’s world then this is your spot. Lauratampa75 Jun 2018
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This is truly my happy place! The atmosphere is amazing and a perfect backdrop for this little seaside village. Erin Antinarelli May 2018
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Amazing! Such a great find! Cutest town I’ve ever seen! Crystal Sept 2019
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The location is just perfect. A short walk to the water and shops/restaurants. We did a kayak tour with a guide located just at the docks which was wonderful. Such a quaint town with friendly people! Kristen July 2019
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Quaint and picturesque little town. take a step back in time. Inn was super clean and homey and comfortable.. Loved every minute of our stay. Ellen Aug 2019
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I booked this place last minute and I feel like I struck gold. So charming, amazing views, and good info about where to go around town. 10/10 for a charming Maine experience. Jenna Oct 2019
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Delightful place to stay at the end of the day! Staff friendly and helpful, big fluffy towels and terry cloth robes, comfortable bed, great location on ocean, wonderful general store across the street. Cole Sept 2019
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Magical The bed was soooo comfy, the staff was super friendly, it was clean and in a beautiful location!! Kelli Oct 2019
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Enjoy Local Cuisine

Make sure that you check out all the great food that Port Clyde has to offer. We are right on the water and because of that have access to the freshest seafood! You won't see any chain restaurants here, only one-of-a- kind eateries offering locally sourced ingredients and views beyond compare!

Experience Port Clyde

Just steps from the Seaside Inn and Ocean House Hotel is the Monhegan Boat Line which runs daily trips to Monhegan Island, the Port Clyde General Store, Port Clyde Kayak Tours, and an assortment of galleries. The famous Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum is a short walk away as is the Drift-Inn Beach, Port Clyde's picturesque swimming beach. We invite you to explore the natural beauty of Port Clyde and soak up the fresh, salty air!