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LimeRock Inn

96 Limerock Street, Rockland, ME 04841, United States
+1 207 594 2257


Thu 8/12 Check in
Fri 9/12 Check out

Overall guest ratings

9.6/10 Excellent
based on 17 reviews

Review highlights

  • 10.0
  • 10.0
  • 10.0

Good to know

  • Good management
  • Friendly service


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    Situated in Rockland's historic district, LimeRock Inn is a gracious 19th century Queen Anne Victorian home built for a U.S. Congressman and his family. Each of the Inn's eight spacious and uniquely decorated rooms features an exquisite queen or king-sized bed and private bath (several with whirlpool tubs). Wicker furniture on the Inn's wrap-around porch invites you to relax with a glass of iced tea while enjoying the beautifully landscaped grounds and informal English garden. When activity beckons, guests are only a short walk to the area's many attractions including the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center, fine dining, European-style shopping, and Rockland Harbor. LimeRock Inn was featured on HGTV's If Walls Could Talk; in 2007 and more recently boasts being the only domestic prize destination on BedandBreakfast's first ever B&B week on Wheel of Fortune. LimeRock Inn has also been chosen as the Best B&B in Maine by readers of DownEast Magazine in 2013 & 2014. VOTED BEST UNDISCOVERED INN FOR ROMANCE IN MAINE (2005) BY THIS WEBSITE.

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    • Complimentary breakfast
    • Free Wi-Fi
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    Guest reviews

    Overall rating

    9.6 Excellent
    based on 17 reviews
    • 10.0 "Rooms are outstanding."
    • 10.0 "World class service."
    • 10.0 "Excellent breakfast."
    Good to know
    "Good management"
    "Friendly service"
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