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West Quoddy Station’S

The Meeting House

$180-360 Per Night
Lots of room!

 The Meetinghouse was constructed in 2014 as The Office with a 50 person event room on the 2nd floor. Early in 2021, the 2nd floor event room was converted into 3 large bedrooms. The Meetinghouse, private, is over 2000 sq. ft, 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 2 kitchens, washer/dryer, working bell tower,  The first floor, featuring a timber framed ceiling, has a King bedroom, kitchen, Livingroom, dining room. The 2nd floor, 2 Queen bedrooms, a twin bedroom, kitchen, full bathroom. Walls are painted in prime colors to feature Antiques, folk art and modern bedding. Fine ocean views are a few minutes’ walk from the Meetinghouse.


The Meetinghouse has the following:

  • Comfortable accommodations for up to 8 guests
  • Handicap access
  • 2nd floor deck
  • Granite and maple countertops
  • Full size stove & Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Drip coffee maker
  • Toaster
  • 2 4′ showers
  • Available Grill
  • Free Wifi
  • Direct TV
  • Privacy

1 King * 2 Queen Beds * 2 Twins

Private Baths

Sleeps Guests

Photos of the amazing Meetinghouse….

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.