The Captain's Watch Bed and Breakfast

Address: 926 Cundys Harbor Rd, Harpswell, Maine, 04079-4511, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 926 Cundys Harbor Rd, Harpswell, is near Bates-Morse Mountain Conservation Area, Cobwork Bridge, Seguin Island and Lighthouse, and Orrs Island.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Captain's Watch Bed and Breakfast Harpswell

          Reviewed by pfln

          Recommended with qualification.

          Reviewed Jul 28, 2016
          by (14 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Excellent location on the river, with a wrap-around porch and comfortable seating. Comfortable furniture throughout the B&B, including bed, and attractively renovated (Victorian). The host is affable without being intrusive.
          The Captain's Watch Inn could be a great guesthouse except for a few things:
          Though confirmed my reservation, the innkeeper had no knowledge of it.
          Although there's a ceiling fan, there's no air conditioning.
          They do not make up your room until after you leave.
          Weak shower, no shampoo, conditioner.
          No restaurant within walking distance.
          The noisy dog might not bother some people.
          It's not very expensive ($93/night) and there's little competition, so I would consider it good value-for-money, despite its shortcomings. But you should consider the season.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Captain's Watch Bed and Breakfast Harpswell

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          Travel Blogs from Harpswell

          Where first?

          A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 28, 2016

          4 comments, 3 photos

          Leaving DC is best on Thursday mornings, it is said, but before the rush hour is over, say 10:00, even swimming upstream is bad heading NW. (Going east is bad anytime and south I don't even try anymore.) Check in time at my B&B is 3:00 pm and it takes 3:32 hours to get there, theoretically. That gives me a couple hours to play with and I …

          Saying good by

          A travel blog entry by jdswed on Oct 10, 2015

          ... then it has gotten progressively better as we traveled south. I can't explain this but the trees were not changing in Canada except near the border. As we get further into Maine it has been more colorful. I didn't download the pictures from the camera before it went back with CW. So I missed the pictures of Kip and the few I took of Acadia. Carolyn flys out early so we say our goodbyes. It has been a few quicks weeks making our own memories. I'm lonely already. 179 ...

          Boothbay Harbour

          A travel blog entry by yatz on Oct 08, 2015

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... 20+ states. The first cafe had signs like - be nice - take it or leave it and so on and so on. The houses were run down, very little harvest fest fun. So, today I decided to do some research, and yes it is a depressed state. Although after a fun chat with a couple over coffee they told us real estate is on the up, but wood mills are closing - their major industry. We are now at Boothbay Harbour, a pretty place, but at the end of ...

          October 8, 2015

          A travel blog entry by tlgraetz on Oct 08, 2015

          1 comment

          ... Their yard is home to seven ducks, several chickens, two roosters and Hamlet and Macbeth, the goats. Great visit with family! Today's destination only involves a three hour drive to Bar Harbor. Our dream of visiting the New England states has become a reality as we've traveled through New York, Vermont and Maine with the rest of the states to be covered in the next eight days! We are anticipating the visit to Acadia on Friday and Saturday, our 17th National Park. Just 42 to ...

          Lobsters and Lighthouses in Maine

          A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Oct 04, 2015

          36 photos

          ... the quaint town of Portsmouth for lunch then continued on until we got to Portland, the largest city in Maine, however it isn't the State Capital.

          We arrived just as the sun was setting and found a great bar playing live music on the waterfront which was packed with fellow 'vacationers' enjoying the end of summer vibes.

          Whilst sipping on our beers, amazing smelling ...