Osprey 2 is on the 2nd floor with 180 degree views of Quahog and Casco Bay. Osprey 2 has a full kitchen, living room, large private deck, and a private bath. Maximum capacity is 4. Renovations are complete, check out our photos.
Spring – $175
Summer – $255
Fall – $195
Great for traveling with family or another couples with two queen beds. Spacious porch with the most sun. This suite is on the top floor.
“Location, Comfort and Friendly People!!!”
Reviewed September 16, 2013
I travel a lot. I mean a real lot. It’s my passion so whenever I can, I get in the car (or plane, train or bus) and go. In doing so, I have stayed a ton of places-and across all the spectrum from crashing on friends couches to staying in 5-star hotels and resorts. Quahog Bay Inn is one of those rare places that is really worth a little bit of a splurge because the property is so well located (assuming you love Maine) and so well cared for. Honestly, it really pained me to leave here. Like others have mentioned-I could just sit and watch the lobster men come and go all day…unfortunately we only had 2 days here and had some lighthouses to see and a few errands to run as we entertained some friends on the second night we were here so I will have to come back with plans to sit a little more…and just relax and take it all in.
We stayed in Osprey #2 which had 2 really nice bedrooms (one overlooking the bay), a nice living room a full kitchen and dinning room. It had cable, fans, pots and pans and service for 4. There were a lot of maps and books to borrow. Plenty of brochures at hand so you could plan the following day over your dinner. The bathroom was very nice and the shower/bath was heavenly.
The island is great and there is much to eat, see and do in the area. If I wasn’t such a roamer I should have stayed here for an entire week. If I was making a recommendation for someone planning a trip to Maine, I would suggest at least 3 nights here and 3 nights in/near Acadia and maybe a few more in Belfast/Rockland/Camden area. If time allows maybe 2 nights up on the Bold coast. For those that just want to relax and not drive that far up the coast you could just stay here. I have seen nearly every part of the Maine coast and this area is as pretty and relaxing as any of it…
Oh yeah, don’t miss the deluxe continental breakfast, the muffins were fantastic and the coffee perfect!!! There are breads, bagels, english muffins, cereal, yogurt and juices as well.
Tip: Come in the off season if you can. May-June, Sept-Oct would be my recommendation.
Room Tip: We loved Osprey 2 (2nd floor) but all the rooms here look amazing.
“The Perfect Location To Experience Nature and City!”
Reviewed June 25, 2012
Fresh Lobster on your deck over looking water, hiking, and picturesque views- YES, YES, YES! Oh and a relatively big city close by, in case it gets too quite- YES!
I did a lot of research before landing on the Quahog Bay Inn. If you are looking for a relaxing vacation in Maine, but still want to be relatively close to Portland—this is it.
My Fiancé and I were the first to get engaged at the Quahog Bay Inn and it was so perfect! Jane and her family made us feel like we were celebrating this momentous occasion with family. My Fiancé was able to arrange champagne and flowers to be set in our room when we got back from our beautiful hike at the Giant Stairs. It was so easy and very special.
Overall, the room was very clean (The inn is only three years old and family run), charming, and provided an amazing view of the water. The location of the inn is perfect for a bit of quietness and an assortment of activities. We visited several good hikes in the local area and it was only about 30 minutes from Portland where were able to go for a special dinner.
I would definitely recommend you stay here. We will be back as soon as possible!
Room Tip: The Osprey 2 suite gets the perfect amount of sun on the deck and is a beautiful two-bedroom room.
“Secluded, quiet, clean retreat on the bay with great views, wonderful, personable owner/staff.”
Reviewed July 19, 2011 via mobile
If you are looking for a “out-of-the-way”, secluded and quiet property, on the water overlooking a small harbor, this is it. The rooms are clean. We had the “Osprey 2″, a 2 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen, dining AND living room unit and LARGE deck. Simple, basic, clean, with great views of harbor from inside and out on the deck.
This is not a boutique inn, but as stated above, a nice, simple inn. I took my elderly parents whom enjoyed the serenity and beauty. Morning coffee/breakfast on the deck overlooking a quiet harbor was sublime, and beckoning to linger, to do nothing but soak in the beauty. Again, quiet is the keyword here.
The inn has kayaks for exploring the surrounding bays. This is also a good base for exploring the area by car. One drawback is that most restaurants are 15 – 20 minutes.
I look forward to a return visit in the future with my wife.
The Casco Bay noon sightseeing cruise from nearby Bailey Island is well worth the time.
- Stayed July 2011
“Wonderful location and owner/host!!”
Reviewed June 21, 2011
Wow, a spectacular location. The views of the water are incredible. You are 20 feet from a working lobster fishing dock. The lobster fisherman come to the breakfast location for food and talk about the fishing, the lobsters, and their boats. You can walk twenty feet and be face to face with a big wall of lobster traps, and off the the left just a little bit is a small shed where the lobsters are kept after they are caught. You would not want to be a lobster up here, the colorful buoys marking the lobster traps are everywhere.
Fresh cookies or muffins or scones or apple pie style pastries were baked fresh each morning we were here (June 18 and June 19). Very tasty, excellent when warm.
Rooms were spacious – we were in the “crows nest” and “osprey” rooms.
We talked with the owner each day with breakfast, very nice person!
- Stayed June 2011, traveled with family