Old Orchard Beach Inn
The Old Orchard Beach Inn is a classic New England Inn in the heart of a classic Maine beach destination. A perfect choice for guests who seek not only the amusements typical of a beach vacation destination but a great central location to explore and unwind for travelers of all ages.
Old Orchard Beach Inn features:
- Original section built in 1730, addition built around 1820
- 17 guest rooms with private baths
- Original beams and wide pine floors
- 2 bedrooms owner’s apartment plus 1 bedroom manager’s apartment
- .55 acres
- Fully sprinkled
- Well maintained
- Parking for 20 vehicles, circular driveway
The town of Old Orchard Beach has preserved some of the town’s history, a conscious effort to revitalize the downtown area and its immediate surrounding Historic District buildings. It was recently named one of the “top 10 coolest small towns in America” by CNN in a budget travel piece.
The beauty of Old Orchard Beach is that it stretches on for about 3.5 miles. The Pier is the center of beach activity since it was built in 1898. It is one of the few places in the country where arcades, amusement parks, water parks, fried dough and cotton candy can be found every day of the week, all summer long.
The Inn is located on a tree lined 1 acre corner, quests can stroll just a couple minutes to shops, restaurants, the Pier, amusement area and 7 miles of beautiful white sand. In addition to sight seeing and walking the beaches, other nearby attractions include nature trails, whale watching, lighthouse boat tours, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, tennis, shuffle board, bocce, horseback riding, golf and more.
Nearby Maine coastal destinations include:
Portland: 20 minutes; Camden/Rockland area: 1 3/4 hours; Freeport: 35 minutes; York/Kittery: 30 minutes; Kennebunkport: 25 minutes; Sebago Lake: 35 minutes; Boothbay Harbor: 90 minutes; Bath: 50 minutes; North Conway, NH: 90 minutes; Portsmouth, NH: 40 minutes.
The Old Orchard Beach Inn owner’s quarters offers two bedrooms, one bath, an open concept living, dining and kitchen area and plenty of natural light. It’s a private 3rd floor apartment. There’s a manager’s unit on the first floor off the guest lobby and offers 1 bedroom, small office area and kitchen. This is where the continental breakfast and afternoon baked goods are currently prepared.
For those seeking a classic historic bed and breakfast in a prime Maine coastal destination, this may be the place!
- Financially Viable
- $1 Million to $2 Million
- New England
- 11 - 20 Rooms
- Bed & Breakfast