Welcome to the Nightfall Inn
Nestled in Belfast, halfway up the coast of Maine, the Nightfall warmly welcomes all through its doors. Built in the mid-1800’s, this stately house has had many lives. In the 1920’s its convenient location on Coastal Rt. 1 loaned itself to being a lodge, where a weary traveler could have a meal, a clean bed to sleep in, and add a bath for a nickel!
Meet Your Hosts!
Your hosts, Kelly and John, have resurrected the inn’s name and charm, but have added a few modern amenities. All four newly renovated, quiet rooms have their own private baths en suite. A hearty breakfast with your choice of sweet or savory crepes, eggs to order (including omelettes), pancakes, hot or cold cereal, fresh baked goods and fruit awaits you each morning. The snack room offers a Keurig, complimentary bottled water and soda, various goodies including homemade cookies, a guest refrigerator, and of course, snacks. Grab a book from the Take One Leave One library, a cold beverage, and explore the grounds. Discounts given to uniformed personnel, veterans, and seniors over the age of 65.
Keen on exploration?
We are 350 yards of sidewalk from the pedestrian bridge spanning the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River, where it empties into Belfast Bay. Take the bridge through a working shipyard into the quintessential seaside town of Belfast where you will find numerous shops and restaurants.
Venture a little farther around the area and you’ll discover state parks, lakes, boat launches, vineyards and breweries, to say the least. Head north along the coast to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, leave time to stop and explore the many seaside towns and various antique shops. Just south is the ferry to Ilseboro and Vinyl Haven islands. The popular towns of Camden and Rockland are but thirty minutes away.
Sit Back and Relax
Whether you are a returning friend or a new one, whether you stopover for one night or stay for many, our promise is to make you feel relaxed and at home.