Located in a serene New England village set on a peninsula that reaches into Penobscot Bay. Built in 1895. A classic shingle style summer 'cottage'. 13 guest rooms, located on the second and third floors. The original design of the home created large bedrooms which have high ceilings, some with fireplaces and views to Castine Harbor and Penobscot Bay. Shingled siding, large stone pillars, copious windows and bays present a grand presence. Grand entry and downstairs common areas, 2 dining rooms, grand staircase and wide second story landing, cozy library with fireplace and ceiling high bookcases, and a popular pub offering casual 'pub fare'. Separate house used for staff housing in season and for Maine Maritime Academy students during school months.