Bath Shipyard Inn

Address: 139 Richardson Street, Bath, Maine, 04530, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 139 Richardson Street, Bath, is near Maine Maritime Museum, Thomas Point Beach, Chocolate Church, and Bath Iron Works.
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Travel Blogs from Bath

Final Days in Portland

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 23, 2015

4 comments, 20 photos

We really enjoyed having a home base to return to between excursions. The condo was very comfortable and convenient and we discovered that was much to see and do in Portland besides wash our clothes and sleeping late!

There was still lots to see and do in and close to Portland, as we entered the last week of our stay, we concentrated on enjoying "close to home" sites and restaurants.

The Nezinscot Farm near Turner, Maine, is a ...

Road Trips: Bath & Brunswick; Augusta & Freeport

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 11, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... Corporation and is a major shipbuilder on the East Coast.

With yarn purchases in hand, we met up for lunch on the waterfront and headed to Bowdoin College in Brunswick. This venerable liberal arts college has served the leading families of Maine and New England since 1794! Distinguished graduates include Nathaniel Hawthorne, sex pioneer Alfred Kinsey and US President Franklin Pierce. Arctic explorers Robert Peary and Donald MacMillan were graduates and ...

Lobstah Rolls and a Lighthouse

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 08, 2015

8 photos

... but not quiet. And we left wanting more and so we had a second lunch lobster roll at a cozy lobster shack on a pier near Ogunquit. And it was really good, too. We wanted more, but they would have to wait for another day.

After second lunch, we visited the Ogunquit Museum of Art where we enjoyed a private tour and saw works by American artists including Winslow Homer and (new to me) DeWitt ...

Small Town Charm, Big City Foodie Delights

A travel blog entry by jackandcece on May 06, 2015

7 photos

... by the tony West Prom, where grand homes built by industrialists in the late 1800s grace the hillside, and the East Prom, where gentrification is noticeable along a gracious greenbelt park.

The town is chock full of shops offering a range of made-in-Maine fashions, home décor, foods, and souvenirs. And then there are the restaurants: Maine boasts more restaurants per capita than any other state! And there ...

It's all about the seafood

A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on Apr 28, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... was basic but spacious, clean, modern and in good order. The bed was super comfy and the staff friendly so we couldn't really understand what the negative reviews were about. We planned our next day's travel, secured some accommodation in New Hampshire, and called it a night.

In the morning we had one mission: seafood. As per the title of our blog, it is all about the food and sampling the best of ...