Payne Homestead at the Moses Webster House is Vinalhaven's most historic B&B. 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 terminal is located Route 1 in Rockland, Maine. Relax and enjoy the scenic one-hour-and-twenty-minute ride to the quaint lobstering town of Vinalhaven.
Whether you come to the island to hike or bike, to kayak or swim, to visit or just relax, our B&B is centrally located so you can enjoy it all.
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 water views from our deck or porch.
A BED & BREAKFAST
"The hosts matched the grandeur of the island- gracious, humorous, kind & gentle. Perfect examples of 'good people'" Paul and Alison Fedis