The Lodge



Kimball

October 15 - May 23:

$100/Day or $600/Week

May 25 - October 14:

$140/Day or $850/Week

All Pricing Subject to a

8% Maine Lodging Tax

 
Yeaton

October 15 - May 23:

$95/Day or $600/Week

May 25 - October 14:

$130/Day or $850/Week

All Pricing Subject to a

8% Maine Lodging Tax


Washington and Jefferson

October 15 - May 23:

$110/Day or $650/Week

May 25 - October 14:

$150/Day or $950/Week

All Pricing Subject to a

8% Maine Lodging Tax


The Lodge has 4 units with full kitchens and baths. Washington has a Queen bed plus a Queen sleep sofa. Jefferson and Kimball have 2 Queen beds plus a Queen sleep sofa. Yeaton has a Queen bed and a Double bed in the the living area. All of the bathrooms have a comfortable shower. There is a separate washer and dryer on the ground floor. Formerly an USCG facility, there are now wide hallways, ramps and stairs for private access. 360° panoramic views are available to all in the 3rd floor Lookout Tower. There is a new 32' by 8' second floor deck. It has a 8' table and bench, perfect for an outdoor meal and your favorite beverage. Facing West, the ocean views and sunsets are spectacular. The deck is accessed from a door next the spiral staircase on the second flooe and from the southern end of the Lodge, from the ground.

WASHINGTON, with premier water views of the Lubec Channel, 2 lighthouses and Campobello, is located on the North end of the Lodge on the 2nd floor. Access to the deck is a few steps away.

JEFFERSON, adjacent to stands of fir and spruce,has fine lighthouse views over the bay to Lubec and Eastport, is located on the 2nd floor of the Lodge, South end. Access to the deck is a few steps away.

KIMBALL, a spacious, 1 bedroom unit with high wood ceilings, offers forest and ocean views, is located on the South end of the 1st floor.

YEATON offers a cozy 1 bedroom unit with views of lighthouses and spectacular sunsets, is most accessible and centrally located near the North End of the Lodge.



Kimball Yeaton
The Station House Floor Plan

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Jefferson Washington

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RATES

Cabins from $110
Lodge from $95
Station from $250

QUODDY HALL

Opening Spring 2014 - Will feature The Quoddy Room for weddings and functions, Quoddy Store, reception and Office.

THE CAMP

A private unit built as a 1849 Cape Cod lifesaving building is now available for rental now with 2 queen beds, gally kitchen and all.
WQS amenities. Fine views.

BORDER CROSSING

Effective June 1, 2009 a PASSPORT BOOK or PASSPORT CARD will be required to cross between the USA and CANADA.

[Lubec, Maine - Campobello, New Brunswick].

For Americans planning to go to Canada click here

NEW CALAIS BORDER CROSSING
 
Effective November 16, 2009 on Rt.1 above Milltown.
 
 
 
Yankee Magazine Editors' Choice
 
Quoddy Head Station - Best Coast Guard Rescue

Credit Bill Clark for rescuing the abandoned and deteriorating Quoddy Head Life-Saving Station, located within walking distance of the historic candy-striped West Quoddy Light.

The bluff top, ocean-view property now accommodates guests in an overnight cabin, four-apartment lodge, and four-bedroom Station House.