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West Quoddy Station’S

Buoy Barn

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

The Buoy Barn, completed in April 2020, has 2 lodgings, Port and Starboard, separated and soundproofed by a utility room. The Buoy Barn features a radiant heated floor, deck, ocean views, and full kitchens. The exterior and roof of the Buoy Barn are constructed of native sawn white cedar shingles. Port and Starbord both have 2 Queen beds, full kitchen, private bathrooms, and private entrances. The Buoy Barn, with colorful wood walls of yellow, red, blue and green, is furnished with antiques combined with modern bedding.


The Buoy Barn offers the following:

  • 60′ private deck with ocean views
  • Handicap access
  • Radiant Heat
  • Comfortable sleeping for 4 guests each
  • Panoramic Ocean Views
  • Maple Counter tops
  • Full size stove & refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Drip coffee maker
  • Toaster
  • Available grills
  • Free Wifi
  • Direct TV
  • Outdoor grill
  • Privacy

2 Queen Beds

Private Bath

Sleeps Guests

Photos of the amazing Buoy Barn….

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.