This historic French Victorian home was built in 1873 by granite magnate, Moses Webster. The elite Moses Webster House boasts the splendor of the era, yet preserves the casual comfort
of island lifestyle. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1998.
The Payne Homestead has been in operation as a B&B since 1995. It's the ideal atmosphere in which to explore the history of this magical island. Come enjoy our accommodations for your family getaway or for a romantic interlude.
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Located just at the edge of town, we are only a 1/2 mile from the ferry terminal and convenient to the restaurants, library and Lane's Island Nature Conservancy. A short walk will bring you right to the door of this historic island inn. The fresh water swimming quarries are only 2 miles away. You won't want to miss the opportunity to take a refreshing dip or dive.
Come on out, an island adventure awaits you!
True Rest & Relaxation
Our home is a unique bed-and-breakfast that caters to couples and families alike. After a day of exploring this Midcoast Maine island, curl up in a quiet corner with a book, unwind in our Game Room with a selection from our video collection or, enjoy the peaceful scenery and waterviews from our deck or porch.
Welcome to our B&B. We invite you to look around and find out more about us. Then we hope you'll pay us a visit, so we can share our island with you. More about us
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14 Atlantic Ave
PO Box 216
Vinalhaven, Maine 04863
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