VICTORIAN ELEGANCE FOR THE DISCERNING TRAVELER
WELCOME TO THE GUILFORD BED AND BREAKFAST
The Guilford Bed and Breakfast strikes a lovely pose, perched on a hill that rolls gracefully down the banks to the Piscataquis River. Located in the heart of the Maine Highlands, Guilford is surrounded by beauty with state parks, rivers, and all the amenities that accompany a nature-lover's dream getaway. Book now and make the Guilford Bed and Breakfast your home base for exploring all that the region has to offer.
The iconic Guilford Bed and Breakfast was built in the early 1900's in the Victorian Queen Anne style. This historic mansion has been welcoming guests from around the world for over thirty years. Step inside and experience the classic elegance of a bygone era. Steal away and treat yourself to some much needed rest and relaxation as you recharge your spirit here in the scenic Maine Highlands. Your stay includes personalized service, gourmet breakfasts, and modern conveniences for discerning guests.
From the Bangor International Airport:
From the airport exit, turn left onto Union Street. Turn right at the first light, onto Griffin Road. At the intersection of Broadway (Route 15), turn left onto Route 15 north, traveling through East Corinth, Dover-Foxcroft and into Guilford. (Approximately 45 miles.) Once in Guilford, past the textile mill, bear left, cross the bridge, then take an immediate right just over the bridge.
From Interstate 95:
Take exit 157 into Newport. Follow route 7 north into Dexter. At the stoplight, go straight, then turn left onto Route 23 north. (Just past the Shop n’ Save). In Sangerville (approximately 12 miles), go straight through the village. Cross the bridge and at the intersection of Route 15 (almost immediately) take a left. Go into Guilford and follow Route 15 north. Go over the bridge and take an immediate right after the bridge. After the Subway sandwich shop. We are located at the corner of Elm and Prospect Streets.
GALLERY OF GUEST ROOMS
The Guilford Bed and Breakfast can sleep twelve adults and includes a full, gourmet breakfast.
Four bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are located on the second floor.
Hudson - two queens | Cummings - one queen | Rose - one queen | Isobel - one double
Dutchess - one queen (third floor) with a shared bath across the hall.
Free, ample parking is available onsite. Three spaces immediately to the left are nearest the front door.
Expect to meet our friendly resident dog, Snickers, who enjoys greeting guests with a quick sniff and a tail waggle.
Check in: 3-7 PM | Check out: 11 AM
If you must arrive before/after our designated check-in times, please tell us in advance.
A VENUE FOR YOUR EVENT
Seeking a location for your upcoming event?
The Guilford Bed and Breakfast is an elegent choice for small to medium gatherings of 30 to 40 adults inside, and the outside grounds can accommodate up to 75 adults. Our location is well-suited for and include the following:
Bridal Showers, Baby Showers, Weddings, Receptions, Rehearsal Dinners
Company Holiday Partys, Business Meetings, Departmental team-building
Retirement Party, Anniversary or Birthday Party
Family Reunions, Welcome Home Receptions and Post-funeral Receptions
In order to provide an estimate, please complete the following form and submit. This will initiate the process and help us to better understand your requirements.
ACTIVITIES AND ADVENTURES
Maine’s largest and most majestic lake, and is the largest mountain-lake in the eastern United States. The Moosehead region includes Lily Bay State Park, where moose outnumber people three to one.
The vastly popular Moosehead trail scenic route begins in Guilford, Maine, and continues to Jackman, heading north and then west. Along the way, visit Guilford Memorial River Walk, Breakkneck Ridge Farm, Spotted Cat Winery, and lots of antique stores.
Peaks Kenny State Park
On the shores of Sebec Lake, day visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, hiking and picnicking. The 839-acre park is located six miles north of Dover-Foxcroft on the South Cove of Sebec Lake.
Embedded in the Piscataquis heritage is a deep appreciation for furred and feathered friends. Plentiful deep forests nearby provide natural habitats for the black bear, moose, deer, grouse, wild turkey, and many smaller species of game.