A Belfast, Maine
Bed & Breakfast Inn
The Jeweled Turret Inn offers seven beautifully restored guest rooms, wide verandas next to quiet gardens, and relaxing common areas for socializing. Centrally located in Belfast, our charming coastal village on Penobscot Bay, The Jeweled Turret Inn makes for a truly romantic escape to MidCoast Maine – You are welcome to be our guests.
7 Guest Rooms + 1 Carriage House Suite
From $139 per night
The Jeweled Turret offers 7 delightful guest rooms, each uniquely decorated. There are 2 rooms on the lower level, and 5 rooms on the upper – a consideration for guests who may find stairs a challenge.
Each room includes a private bath, air conditioning, and free wifi.
An Historic Place
The Jeweled Turret is listed as a “Landmark” on The National Register of Historic Places, having been built circa 1898.
Our Belfast, Maine bed and breakfast is Victorian in style, with beautifully restored interior furnishings and exquisite antiques. Elegant features of the mansion include, four luxuriously decorated parlors, four fireplaces, and a private bath in each guest room. Also, two lovely verandas with porch swings and wicker furniture overlook the peaceful historic district of Belfast, Maine.
Belfast + MidCoast Maine
Nestled on the shore of Penobscot Bay, quiet Belfast is ideally located for day trips up and down MidCoast Maine, a perfect base to explore – Camden ● Bar Harbor ● Acadia.
Belfast has repeatedly been named one of “100 Best Small Arts Communities” and features boutique art galleries as well as performing arts shows. Come enjoy Belfasts’ summer and fall festivals; the delicious local seafood, and organic produce (local farms) served at the wonderful array of restaurants.
“Cathy and Carl have painstakingly restored this Victorian home to museum-like splendor, but with welcoming warmth. My room, Topaz, was quiet, spacious, spotlessly clean, and had an extremely comfortable bed. The three course homemade breakfast was an unexpected delight.
All in all considerable attention was shown toward each guest for a delightful stay.
The home is in a quiet location yet just a few short blocks to a stroll along the water and into town. It is also ideally situated to a multitude of wonderful day trips.”
– New York, NY
“My wife and I have been coming here every other year or so since the mid-1990’s. We have stayed in almost every room – we really like the Ruby Room, cozy and comfortable. Breakfasts are delicious and well presented, and the coffee-holic can get a cup well before breakfast.
We also like the central location on the coast, an hour or less from the Owls Head/Camden/Rockland/Rockport area, 40 minutes from Unity and the Common Ground Fair, an hour and a half from Bar Harbor.”
– Steve, Pleasant Valley, NY
“It has been a few years but the pleasant memories remain. The owners are two of the friendliest people you will ever meet and very accommodating to late check-ins. The Inn itself is an amazing restoration of a classic Victorian era house. Be prepared for a great breakfast that’s not to be missed.”
– Walter Atigian
“A rare and wonderful getaway. Beautiful, comfortable, charming, excellent and creative breakfasts. Been coming here for 23 years and it is as outstanding now as it was then. Friendly, knowledgeable innkeepers.”
– Dan Klein
“Made our trip to Belfast extra special! We only get away once in a while and Carl and Cathy made our weekend just delightful! Great bed….I had to ask where they got such a wonderful mattress. Cathy accommodated my special diet needs without a problem. Easy walking distance to town so we just left our car in the lot.”
– Mary Eckstein
“By far one of the best places I have ever laid my head for a night. I wish we could have stayed a few more nights. If you are traveling to Maine this place is a “jewel”! Thank you for this hospitality.”
– Travis Castleman
“We checked in late and they were very accommodating. The room was beautiful and all the small details of the woodwork and antiques really added to the atmosphere. The bed was comfortable!
We stayed in the Tourmaline room, which has a separate bathroom, and fireplace.
Breakfast was delicious with coffee, tea, OJ, scones. Frittata was delicious but on the small side. Two seatings for breakfast, 8 and 9 AM.”
– Lily, Charlotte, NC
“The Jeweled Turret Inn is truly a jewel. We arrived with little forewarning but were received warmly. Our room was individual and cozy (the house is nothing short of a tchotchke box, lots of interesting things to see), and the bed was very comfy. Breakfast is served in a group in the morning with conversation encouraged amongst guests, which we really enjoyed. Kathy is a fantastic cook. She and Carl are very gracious, warm, and welcoming hosts.”
– Z.R., Brooklyn, NY