The Brooklin Inn
A Bed and Breakfast, Irish Pub and Restaurant in Brooklin, Maine
The Brooklin Inn has entertained guests for generations. It is located in a small coastal village of friendly and creative people on Eggemoggin Reach in downeast Maine. The town center has a general store, post office, church, Sandy’s Provisions, Betsy’s Books and More, three Inns, library, sail loft, several galleries and an antique shop.
WoodenBoat magazine and its associated boat school is headquartered in Brooklin while Center Harbor is just a short walk away. The nearness of Eggemoggin Reach and the general well-kept flavor of the town make Brooklin a beautiful spot to visit. The proximity to the historic communities of Blue Hill, Castine and Stonington make the Inn a centrally located place to stay while kayaking, boating or visiting the Blue Hill peninsula and Deer Isle. Bar Harbor and Mt Desert Island are 6 miles across Blue Hill Bay…about an hour by car.
The Dining Room and Pub menu (open 7 days in summer, 6 days in winter) is eclectically organic and features organic produce and organic Maine-raised beef, lamb and poultry. Our specialty is fresh fish, caught in our waters. In short, “real food, classically prepared.” The award winning wine list is seven single spaced pages with many good wines cheap. Reservations are suggested. The Pub features steamers, Mussels, Oysters, clams, Haddock sandwiches, Guinness Beef stew, Cheesburgers… the best around, and pizza. Full upstairs menu available in the Pub, Pub menu available in the dining room.
The Brooklin Inn has five comfortable bedrooms, three with private baths. Each room is carefully appointed. A full inn breakfast is served daily, complimentary to our guests.
Cocktails, cappucino and confections are available from 4pm daily. It’s all quite civilized and casual. Children are welcome but please leave your pets at home.
207 359 2777
207 632 2182
22 Reach Rd
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