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We stayed at Old Granite right off a schooner cruise during which we were packed into a tiny cabin and tinier bathroom. So imagine our delight to find that our room was huge(overlooking the bay, which was fun) and our bathroom a veritable cave. Ahhh,...More
This inn was a highlight of our Maine driving vacation. It is an old building, but furnished in a modern taste which I prefer over the typical flowery bed-and-breakfast decor. Our room was comfortable and quiet. The breakfast was beautifully prepared. We walked to dinner...More
Welcoming B&B in a wonderful town. The room was quiet and comfortable and very clean. Ed was charming and helpful. The breakfasts were Outstanding! I am a vegetarian and they accommodated me as well as other guests with gluten free diets. A gluten-free corncake for...More
Old Granite Inn is an extraordinary place -- not your typical B&B -- much more interesting. Loved the mid-century modern decor, contemporary artwork, and low-key vibe. And the breakfasts. OMG! Joan and Ed made me feel so pampered by preparing a gluten-free version of their...More
The Old Granite Inn has the perfect mix of hospitality and privacy. Common areas are spacious, breakfast is amazing and right off the harbor. Very clean and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again.
The suites on the first floor are off the hall way very near the breakfast area. very convenient and the hospitality is over the top. I am a foodie and there were local cookbooks to read while you are lounging!!!
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"We had a room down the hall from the kitchen and I was not bothered by sounds. I cannot imagine a bad room..."