Bed & Breakfast
"The Way Life Should Be"
Boothbay Harbor, ME
This former sea captain's home is a victorian-era beauty. Centrally located in the heart of downtown Boothbay Harbor, Captain Sawyer's is a short walk to the best that Boothbay has to offer including restaurants and shops with a uniquely local theme. This historic B&B features numerous amenities and personal touches to make your stay truly memorable. Join us every morning for a seasonally inspired breakfast featuring New England's finest ingredients.
STAY WITH US
Fresh colors and seaside decor adorn the rooms of Captain Sawyer's. With easy access to the wrap around porch, upper deck, large windows, and a widow's watch, harbor views are there for the taking.
Awake each morning to a fresh breakfast with locally sourced, seasonal ingredients.
Keep in touch (if you desire) with free high-speed Wifi.
Watch the sunrise with a cup coffee or sip away the sunset with a glass of wine on either of our decks.
High-thread count linens and plush towels bedeck the rooms.
Allow us to arrange a trip on one of the local schooners for a day on the water.
Spend your lunch al fresco with an expertly prepared lunch. We'll even provide a map of the best spots in town for a picnic!
THINGS TO DO
Climb aboard one of the Harbor's schooners and see the beautiful coast of Maine as well as the vast marine life.
For the history buff, the lighthouses, 19th century buildings, railway village, and Historical Society Museum are not to be missed.
In this seafood haven there is no shortage of the ocean's bounty. Allow us to book you a reservation or stop in one of the many great restaurants.
From lobstering and fishing to golfing and hiking Boothbay has this and so much more to offer.
Art & Culture
Catch a show at one of the town theaters, visit an exhibition in this artist colony or bask in the botanical gardens for an afternoon.
The area is in close proximity to many other islands in the area that should be explored such as: Cabbage Island, Monhegan Island, or Damariscove Island.
Each room at Captain Sawyer's is named after a local schooner
Lewis R. French
Built in 1871
Topsail, gaff-rigged schooner