Shore Path Cottage B&B
From your window, you can look across our wide lawn, past a field of wild flowers, and through the trees to Frenchman Bay and the spectacular Porcupine Islands.
The Shore Path Cottage, built in 1880 and once the summer residence of America's wealthy folk, is today a gracious, architecturally unique oceanfront Bed & Breakfast located at the end of a quiet street next to the historic Shore Path. You will love the gorgeous ocean views and being minutes to town restaurants, shops, and galleries via the oceanside path, a popular spot for guests who like an “an early morning run.” Family owned and operated for over 30 years, the Shore Path Cottage Bed & Breakfast has been a favorite retreat for countless guests, many of whom return to our very special location on the ocean. The children grew up here and the rooms are named for them. Now, years later, both Lisabeth (as your main hostess) and one of her siblings, will provide you with an individualized itinerary based on their insider experiences about hiking and biking in the park as well as all the land and sea activities, restaurants and local attractions this incredible area offers at your doorstop.
Our “mistress” bedroom in white has a king bed, private bath, and spectacular view of the ocean.
Rates, Amenities & Policies
We are open mid May through mid November. Our rates are based upon double occupancy.
Enjoy our quiet,ideal location on Frenchman’s Bay just minutes walking distance to town.
Our Ideal Spot
Enjoy our ideal and unique location on the spectacular, historic shore path, one of the most beautiful walks in the US which is yours to experience at the bottom of our lawn just minutes by foot into town on a secluded, residential street. The SPC has a bright south/east exposure with sunlit, spacious rooms, and a grand, sloping lawn to the sea. Within easy access to Acadia National Park, we are ideally located to enjoy the many activities on land and sea in Acadia, voted America' favorite.
“From every point of view ......
a singular and memorable experience.”