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welcome to Our Belfast, Maine Bed & Breakfast

The Jeweled Turret Inn boasts seven beautiful Victorian style guest rooms, and is listed as a "Landmark" on The National Register of Historic Places, having been built circa 1898. Centrally located on Mid-Coast Maine's Penobscot Bay, The Jeweled Turret is a perfect romantic escape.

* All guest rooms have wifi and air conditioning.

The Victorian Era Awaits

Our Belfast, Maine bed and breakfast is Victorian in style, with beautifully restored interior furnishings and exquisite antiques. Elegant features of the mansion include, four luxuriously decorated parlors, four fireplaces, and a private bath in each guest room. Also, two lovely verandas with porch swings and wicker furniture overlook the peaceful historic district of Belfast, Maine.

Enjoy a lovely walk on the new Shore Path which overlooks the bay, downtown, and continues to the foot bridge across the river. The shore path now extends beyond the footbridge and is The Passy Rail Trail. A two-mile trail following the most scenic stretches of the Passagassawakeag River and forest areas. Perfect for walking, jogging, biking and Nordic skiing!

Our sumptuous 3 course gourmet breakfasts will tempt you with pastries like Lemon Blueberry Scones, Poached Cinnamon Pears, and then maybe German Crown Pancakes or Italian Strata... each day brings a new delight! Relax during Evening Social Hour with music, crackers, cheese, sherry and refreshments.

Explore MidCoast Maine: Camden, Bar Harbor, & Acadia

Nestled on the shore of Penobscot Bay, seaside Belfast is perfectly located for day trips up and down the Midcoast Maine. Belfast has repeatedly been named one of "100 Best Small Arts Communities" and features boutique art galleries as well as performing arts shows. Come enjoy Belfasts' summer and fall festivals; the delicious local seafood, and organic produce (local farms) served at the wonderful array of restaurants.

Credit and thanks for images of the Inn featured on our website goes to photographer Richard Castillo:

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