West Quoddy Head Light Station B&B

Address: 823 S Lubec Rd, Lubec, Maine, 04652-3675, United States | B&B
 
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed

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        TravelPod Member ReviewsWest Quoddy Head Light Station B&B Lubec

        Reviewed by jackandcece

        Sunrise to Sunset Views

        Reviewed May 13, 2015
        by (17 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        We stayed in the Station House, a large and sunny 4-bedroom home that once housed the Coast Guard. Our unobstructed view looked over the Bay of Fundy and to Canada. The house was very comfortable for two couples, with a full kitchen. That was important because we arrived before the start of high season and the restaurants in Lubec were not open on Wednesday night!

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews West Quoddy Head Light Station B&B Lubec

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
         

        Travel Blogs from Lubec

        West Quoddy Lighthouse

        A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 11, 2014

        14 photos

        After crossing back over the FDR International Bridge and being welcomed back to the United States, we drove about 10 minutes over to West Quoddy State Park to view West Quoddy Lighthouse and the easternmost point in the US. Having had to cross the Canadian border and forge the Bay of Fundy to get to East Quoddy lighthouse, you could say West Quoddy was a bit of a letdown. There was a small information and gift shop in the lightkeeper's house and ...

        Back in the USA!

        A travel blog entry by photokent on Sep 25, 2014

        10 photos

        We made it to the easternmost point in USA.... By driving west from downeast.

        East Quoddy Lighthouse in Lubec, Maine is THE spot! check out

        We photographed the lighthouse at sunrise from Campobello island and also caught the lighthouse in good light.

        Remember, we visited the westernmost point ...

        West Quoddy, Maine

        A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 25, 2014

        10 photos

        Mid morning, we got packed up, said our goodbyes, and headed out for Lubec, Maine. The first part of our trip had us back track along route 9 we took as we started our trip into Canada and the Maritimes. A few miles south of where we entered Canada, we turned east and headed for the coastline. Around noon, we arrived at Sunset Point Campground – the most eastward campground in CONUS. We were pleasantly surprised to see that the ...

        Blueberry FunLand

        A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 20, 2013

        4 photos

        ... it with whipped cream) and why not, the home-made whipped cream as well. I had my own Harry met Sally moment, when the folks in line all pointed at me devouring my pie at the counter and said, "I'll have what she's having." Well worth the calories, and the attention. This was lunch!

        We got a few fresh muffins for camp mornings, and bought a quart of fresh blues to go. This is one of those throwbacks in time, where the staff is happy ...

        Off to Canada....

        A travel blog entry by thesairs on Aug 02, 2012

        10 photos

        ... It preserves the island where Pierre Dugua of France attempted to set up a trading post and settlement in the winter of 1604-1605. He chose the island, rather then the mainland for defensibility. He also, mistakenly, assumed that the winter months would be mild! Needless to say that those who survived the winter months moved to the mainland as soon as the spring thaw arrived and shortly thereafter they ...