Originally built in 1832 by the Hallet family, the Spouter Inn’s main building was created as a summer home to escape the everyday routine of life in upstate New York. Not only a place to relax and enjoy the summers, but their home also helped to create memories for many in the community as they held concerts and dances in the second-floor dance hall. The decades of fun and frivolity were many and the home evolved over the years. At times it was a place for migrant workers to rent rooms while harvesting local crops or working in the fishing/lobstering industry.
In 1986, the building was renovated, updating the structure, upgrading its function, yet keeping the feel of its “golden days” of old. A beautiful carriage house was added with the custom design of artistic post & beam woodwork. With ceilings of Maine Hemlock and floors of Ash, each guest room and private bath has its own personality demonstrated by the use of wood finish: Mahogany, Bird’s Eye Maple, Cherry, Pine, and Oak.
Mark and Tracy Cini are excited to be the new owners and hosts of the Spouter Inn Bed and Breakfast. After a few years of searching for the perfect inn, they are happy to have found a home with beauty, character, and a wonderful view of Penobscot Bay.
Mark and Tracy began their love of Maine early in their childhoods and both traveled with their families to Maine and have fond memories of wonderful summer vacations. This is why they spent their honeymoon in Maine one early April, almost 30 years ago. Since then they have traveled to Maine countless times making new memories with their family.
They look forward to continuing the Spouter Inn Bed and Breakfast’s tradition of mid-coast Maine hospitality and wonderful travel experiences.