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West Quoddy Station’S

Captain’s Table

$$$/night - High Season
$$$/night - Low Season

The Captains Table at West Quoddy Station provides fine, comfortable lodging accommodations with Sunrise to Sunset Ocean Views of Lubec, Eastport and Campobello.  Located on West Quoddy Head, the Easternmost Point in the USA, The Captains Table is one half mile from the world famous red and white striped West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. From the Captains Table roofed porch overlooking the Lubec Channel, there are clear views of the Lubec Channel Light (“Sparkplug”) and, on Campobello, Mulholland Light. East Quoddy lighthouse is 20 minutes away on Campobello, beyond FDR International Park.

Completed in January 2023, The Captains Table is entirely constructed of wide board pine with 8”x6” beamed ceilings. Locally sawn, clear cedar shingles cover the roof and sides and feature a 42’x8’ roofed porch. The interior features wide board walls and wainscotting and are complimented by colorful walls with hues of yellow, red, blue and green. The kitchen, bathroom cabinets and [maple]countertops were constructed on site. Open year round, CT has is quite warm with a propane Jotul stove and Rinnai. The Captains Table is furnished with antiques casually combined with modern accessories and bedding.


The Captains Table has 1500 square feet and offers:

  • 50′ deck overlooking the Lubec Channel & Lighthouses
  • Comfortable sleeping for up to 6 guests
  • 2 Queen bedrooms with panoramic ocean views
  • King bedroom, ocean views, with en suite bathroom
  • 2 Private bathrooms total
  • Maple counter tops
  • Full sized cooking stove
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Toaster
  • 2 4′ showers
  • Free Wifi
  • Direct TV
  • Outdoor grills
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Washer and dryer available in basement

      1 King Bed

      2 Queen Beds

      Private Bath

      Sleeps Guests

      Photos Crow’s Nest..

      View From Deck

      What People Are Saying….

      “Unique conversion of Coast Guard station into motel rooms. Every need and convenience has been looked after – plenty of chairs, lamps, comfortable beds, deluxe linens, all this and a seaside view. Uniquely decorated with Coast Guard and nautical memorabilia. Like the real estate people say – this property is not a drive by – take a look inside.”

      Barbara R.

      “We stayed in the Kimball room in the Lodge building for 3 nights and it was great! Wonderful view, spacious rooms, kitchenette…We’d definitely stay here again and will recommend to friends and family.”


      ‘This was a wonderful place to stay. We spent 4 nights there in a remodeled cabin. It had everything we needed. Close to numerous trails and places to visit. It is as far northeast you can go. The manager, Bill, was courteous and helpful. Canada is only minutes away so take your passport. The West Quoddy Lighthouse is an amazing place to visit. We collected some sea glass while there. Will definitely return next year.”

      Jane T.