The Surry Inn is reminiscent of a quaint, old country home with some, though not too many, modern conveniences. Strategically located to take advantage of all this beautiful area has to offer, the Inn is equidistant to the Blue Hill/Deer Isle Peninsula, Acadia National Park, and the Schoodic Peninsula. Visit artists' galleries and antique shops or hike Blue Hill Mountain and Isle au Haut, one of the beautiful islands that dot the coast of Maine. We are close to all the local attractions yet far enough from the crowds to relax at night.
Located between Blue Hill and Acadia National Park
Connect to the Maine of Yesteryear
Originally built as a sea captain's home in 1834, the Surry Inn also lodged and fed passengers connecting from the steamship Catherine to the Contention Cove Express stagecoach in the 1800s. The Inn is said to have been a stop on the Underground Railroad. In keeping with tradition, the rooms are furnished with antiques and several have views of the Cove. Today's travellers will also find a warm welcome, fine dining, and a quiet peaceful night's rest.
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