Maine’s First Inn is Old Orchard Beach’s
Finest Luxury Bed & Breakfast
Would you like to stay in an Inn originally built in the 1730’s, before the birth of our country? Want to stay in the first inn in Maine?
The Old Orchard Beach Inn is an historic restoration of the original Ye Olde Staples Inn. Reopened in July 2000, after receiving a total renovation, the Inn has been restored with authentic pinewood floors, antique furnishings and many period details.
What are not authentic are some of the modern amenities. Every room now has a private bath, central air with our modern HVAC system, an unobtrusive color cable television, phones and clock radios.
An extensive Continental Breakfast is served each morning. Guests enjoy a short 3 minute walk to the famous Old Orchard Beach Pier in the center of the 7-mile beach.
The mansion was first opened to travelers as the Staples Inn in the 1830’s when there were only 3 other buildings in Old Orchard Beach. “The vast stretch of beach could be seen from the windows of the old Staples cottage as far as the eye could reach.” The Innkeeper and his wife were said to be “inherently adapted to the hotel business.” Their courtesy made their house popular; guest who once came returned annually, as regularly as “the swallows homeward fly.”
The Inn was accepted to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
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