• Sitting room in the Willard Room with a blue sofa and large painting.
  • Table and chairs set with breakfast, looking into sitting room with sofa and tables.
  • Bed and rug with window in bedroom.  Table and chairs set with breakfast.
  • Bed with pillows and lamp with views of the water.
  • Robe on door with walk in shower and rainshower head
  • robe on door with handheld shower head and jets

Named after Captain Nickels’ son, The Willard is located on the third floor with views of the Penobscot Bay, the widow’s walk, and the gardened front lawn. A quirky, whimsical space with dormered ceilings it lends itself to exploring the attic of an historic home. A spindled queen bed greets you in the bedroom with views looking out to the bay and up to the widow’s walk. The Willard has an extra large closet space and gives guests plenty of room to feel at home with the sitting room, sofa, and smart TV. The bathroom is replete with a jetted walk-in shower. ATTIC NOTES: The dormered ceiling does start to lower over the toilet space. Located on the third floor, two flights of stairs will need to be accessed and this historic home does not have an elevator.

Room Features

  • Queen Bed
  • Walk-in Jetted Shower
  • Sitting Room
  • Third Floor

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