Rockland, ME 04841-3341
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Ed Hantz, Joan Hantz
Circa 1790. The Old Granite Inn is a Federal Colonial-style inn built in 1790 with gray granite quarried nearby in St. George and hauled by oxen to the site. It's located on a half acre in the national historic district of Rockland. The inn's nine guest bedrooms are furnished with antiques and original art. A typical inn breakfast is quiche, fresh fruit and juice, coffeecake or muffins, toasts, jams, coffee and tea. Guests often request picnic lunches so they can eat outdoors and listen to the waves break and take in the salt air. The local area is becoming known in art circles because of the Farnsworth Art Museum, including its newest addition, the Wyeth Center. Many art galleries and shops of all kinds are nearby, as are beaches, parks, lighthouses and mountains. Guest may take tour boats, go kayaking, or ferry to the nearby islands for a foot or bicycle tour.
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Old Granite Inn