Maine Bed and Breakfast Inn Blue Skye Farm

Waldoboro Maine Bed and Breakfast Inn Blue Skye Farm
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“A favorite spot of co-author Christina Tree”. Maine Coast and Islands, published 2011 by noted travel writers Christina Tree and Nancy English. To read entire review click here.

"Picture Perfect" DownEast Magazine. Click here to read review.

“Gem of a house” Yankee Magazine Nov/Dec. 2011 feature on 18th century Inns in New England . Click here to read full review. For background on this review click here.

"Exquisite House" Blue Skye was chosen as an "Editors' Choice" by the Travel Editors of Yankee Magazine.

"What a treasure! ... simple and graceful.. an exquisite house" from Maine's best selling guide book, "Maine: An Explorer's Guide". Click here to read review.

"The best accommodation in the area, however, is at Blue Skye Farm in Waldoboro." Rough Guide to New England. Click here to read review.

"Choose this historic 18th-century country house for superior bird-watching opportunities. Waterfowl, eagles, and ospreys can be seen regularly, and the light over the marshes is ideal for the many watercolor painters who stay here." Fodor’s Guide to New England.

Chosen for inclusion in the Official Guide to American Historic Inns.

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This historic 18th century house provides lodging minutes from the fabulous Maine coastline and is within easy reach of the coastal towns, from Portland to Pemaquid to the South and Camden and Bar Harbor to the North. It is perfectly placed for those touring Midcoast and is exactly halfway between Boston and Acadia, offering a peaceful respite from a long drive in summer traffic. Our summer guests enjoy a drink on the lawn after a day boating, fishing, whale watching (click here to view a list of Blue Skye bird sightings), and later enjoy listening to the peepers out on the marsh from our fully screened and candlelit sunroom. Our autumn landscape is breathtaking and hundreds of acres of Maine wilderness beckon you to explore from the back door.

In winter, Blue Skye glows with firelight. Guests return from their adventures, light the fire, put the kettle on and, if they wish, prepare their supper in the inn’s kitchen. Privacy is a hallmark of Blue Skye. While you are our guest, Blue Skye belongs to you.

Blue Skye is open year round.

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