The White House B & B, Belfast

The White House B & B

1 Church Street

Today, The White House is often called the most photographed historic home in New England, evidencing that it still holds all the grandeur that was intended 165 years ago. Stepping into an era of understated elegance and privacy, The White House as registered on the National Register of Historic Places with sweeping views of the triangular shaped park-like grounds, botanical gardens and historic gazebo instill a sence of peace and tranquillity. Upon entering the Inn you experience the understaded elegance and privacy reminiscent of that century and a half ago bygone era. Stunning interior architectural details abound. Admire the craftsmanship of the marble fireplaces, classic flying staircase, intricate thick plaster medallions, cornices, antique and reproduction furnishings. Area attraction and day trips could be to explore beautiful Penobscot Bay from the land, water or air. Shop at wonderful antique shops, authentic country stores and specialty shops. Visit the area's six state parks. Take a ferry to Islesboro for a day of cycling around the island. A self-guided walking tour of historic architecture is a must. Experience Maines seafood specialties at fine restaurants or one of the many festivals. Tee of at one of the four fine golf courses, go horseback riding, or play tennis. Visit galleries of fine arts or take in a performance by the communitys own theatrical group. Tour nationally published flower gardens. Spend the day at Penobscot Marine Museum or venture out to explore the lighthouses along the coast. Enjoy brilliant fall foliage changes as you drive on quiet country roads. Snuggle in for a winter weekend or enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling or tobagganing. We strive to provide an experience where you will discover the classical elegance and warm hospility embodied by our Inn. Each guestchamber offer in room telephones, king, queen or twin beds. Luxurious linens are standard. Graciously presented full provincial breakfasts are serve