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Kilby House Inn B&B of Eastport Maine

122 Water Street
Eastport, Maine 04631

1-207-853-0989
1-800-853-4557


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Kilby House Inn B&B of Eastport Maine
A warm welcome awaits you at the Kilby House Inn, a recently-restored Queen Anne house, reflecting Eastport at its commercial peak in the late 19th Century.

Built by local entrepreneur and seaman Herbert Kilby, the late-Victorian home boasts four delightful bed-chambers, each with its own individual charm and style.

Antiques and family heirlooms, many originally belonging to the Kilby family, many others from the family of the present owner, grace the bed-chambers and common rooms on the first level. The Kilby House has been furnished and decorated to create a light and welcoming ambiance, rather than the dark and heavy atmosphere found in many Victorian homes.
Bedroom - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Foyer - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
The Kilby House Inn offers elegant accommodations in a restful, welcoming B & B atmosphere.
In the morning our guests are treated to a full, hearty breakfast served in the elegant dining room daily at 8:00 a.m., where guests and innkeeper chat, plan daily adventures and solve world affairs!
Dining Room - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Drawing Room Fireplace - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Guests enjoy the comfort of a drawing room with fireplace. and a music room with grand piano.
Music Room - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
In cooler weather breakfast is often served in the country kitchen, complete with working wood-burning Canadian cookstove!
Country Kitchen - Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
The Kilby House Inn is located on Water Street, among homes of distinctive architectural styles, and affords easy walking to shops and restaurants of the historic downtown waterfront.
Church Steeple - near Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Inner Basin - near Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Local artists, potters and craftspeople exhibit their work in various shops in the historic downtown area; store-front displays entice visitors to examine the goods and services of area merchants.
Raye's Mustard Mill near Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Visitors enjoy tours (photo, left) of the oldest family-owned and operated mustard mill in the country, where locally-quarried stones still grind mustard just as they did in 1903.
Charter a windjammer tour around and about our beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay. Tours are available from the municipal wharf, as well as eco-tours, whale-watching and kayak rentals.
Silvina W. Beal 1911 windjammer near Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine

Many of our guests use our convenient location on the "Quoddy Loop" as a point from which to take day trips to West Quoddy Head State Park at Lubec, and then to Campobello Island, New Brunswick. A small seasonal car ferry, departing from the "Cannery" wharf just 400 yards from the Kilby House, transports visitors to Deer Island, New Brunswick; thence to the mainland of New Brunswick, where a trip to lovely St. Andrew’s-by-the-Sea is always a delight to visitors and natives alike.

Seasonal foot ferry service is also available between Eastport and Lubec, Maine. The ferry departs Eastport downtown from the floating pier on the north side of the Municipal Wharf, and departs downtown Lubec from the floating pier at the town landing ramp at the north end of Water Street.

Sunrise over Campobello Island view near Kilby House B&B of Eastport Maine
Reserve your accommodations today. We will help you choose the most appropriate room for your vacation. The Kilby House Inn promises to provide you with the best of both yesterday and today in our pristine and largely undiscovered part of the world; B & B innkeeping in the finest Maine tradition.
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Photography Credits

Interior photographs of Kilby House Inn B&B, church, waterfront, sailboat, & sunset © 2000 David Leister;
Kilby House exterior © 2000 Old Sow Publishing.


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