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This was probably the most authentic Victorian B & B we stayed in our entire two weeks in Maine. Beautiful furnishings, great, quiet location, fine china complimented a made to order breakfast of raspberry crepes. The hosts, Wendy and Michael were welcoming, attentive, and sociable. Their dog, Snickers, completed a very nice family. We could not have had a more enjoyable stay. Thanks to Wendy and Michael for their generous hospitality.

This is the best BnB in which I have spent the night. The proprietors, Wendy and Michael, are warm and welcoming. They treat their guests like family. They also read and respond to their guests according to their preferences for conversation...or not. The Guilford BnB has delightful period furnishings, beautifully arranged. The rooms are clean, comfortable and well appointed with appropriate necessities. The breakfasts are delicious and Wendy is happy to accommodate food allergies and concerns. I had delicious, homemade cinnamon rolls while I was there along with other delicious breakfast food. If you enjoy staying at a BnB, you really need to experience this one!

I found the Guilford B & B after searching for a place to stay close to Abbot. We had friends staying at a campground there. What a wonderful surprise! Not only is the location convenient, the house is beautiful. The rooms were quite comfortable and tastefully decorated. The downstairs sitting room was lovely. We visited our friends and then visited with Mike and Wendy for the rest of the evening. Great conversation and it was nice to get to know them. Breakfast was amazingly delicious. Cookies by the door for snacking....I could go on and on. You won't be disappointed with a visit here. Reasonably priced for the value you receive. I would highly recommend it!

Our host and hostess (Wendy and Michael) were extremely friendly and accommodating. They made every effort to make our stay enjoyable and memorable. They were free with good advice on local eateries and attractions. They went out of their way to make us feel welcome like family. I would rate this inn and its owners higher then a five star experience. We will return.

My wife and I were looking for a place to get away for the night to celebrate our anniversary. We wanted it to be less than 3 hours from Portland. Found this B&B during a web search. Lovely spot. Beautiful home and great breakfast . The innkeepers recently moved from OR. They were very welcoming. We had a nice dinner in Dover-Foxcroft and planned to hike on Sunday but it was raining. Instead we stopped in Waterville on our way home and went to the Colby Art Museum, which by the way was very impressive. Highly recommend both the b&b and the museum.

My wife and I highly recommend staying at the Guilford B&B. The rooms are beautiful, clean and very comfortable. We were warmly greeted by Wendy and Snickers the dog on arrival. Each morning, we were greeted by Wendy, Mike and Snickers. Before breakfast, we spent time in the library looking over books and discussing our stay. We left the breakfast selections up to Wendy. Breakfasts were amazing. Everything was made with fresh local ingredients. After breakfast, we had many discussions with Wendy and Mike. We spent time relaxing, reading and talking in the late afternoons on the screened in wrap around porch. From the porch, we could see where I spent summers with my grandparents, although the house is no longer standing. My wife and I went to Guilford for a relaxing vacation, and to show her where I spent summers with my grandparents. I was excited to see online that the mansion on the hill, that I once saw from my bedroom window, was now a bread and breakfast. We used this as a central point to visit many points of interest and places from my childhood: Moosehead lake, Dover-Foxcroft, Sebec Lake, Harlow Pond, Skowhegan, old mills, river walks, etc. Each town has an active historical society, views and personality. My wife was able to do some genealogical research and go to quilt shops and bookstores. My wife and I felt like we had known Wendy and Mike for a long time. We did not want to leave and are looking forward to returning.

We can recommend this B&B very much. It’s a wonderful place with lovely arranged rooms and fine “feel good” atmosphere. The breakfast is magnificent – every morning a different type very well made. Wendy understand allot about cocking. She and Michael are excellent hosts.

I recently stayed for 2 nights while in town for a family reunion. The Inn had been recently re-opened by new owners. Their attention to detail and a gorgeous, stately home with all en-suite bathrooms made for a perfect stay. Wendy made chia pudding with almond milk and fresh raspberries for breakfast. That was followed by fresh raspberry muffins and a delicious quiche. Wendy and Mike are the perfect hosts who go out of their way to ensure a seamless stay. Their dog Snickers welcomes all new guests and by the time I left I wanted to take him with me! Since I was in town for a family reunion I asked if I could have 2 of my cousins come for breakfast on my last day. We all had breakfast in the dining room and will probably make it an annual tradition. From their centrally located Inn one can easily drive to Moosekead lake, Gulf Hagas ( The Grand Canyon of New England ) or countless other locations of interest.

I have always wanted to stay in a Victorian Bed and Breakfast. Our hosts, Wendy and Michael, were very gracious. Our room, the Hudson, was elegant, super clean and very comfortable. All the details made our stay enjoyable such as the lovely towels, bath products, and coffee and tea bar. The breakfast was amazing. Wendy took time to talk with us upon arrival to get ideas about what we might like to eat. We had a super healthy chia pudding with fresh raspberries, homemade raspberry almond muffins, and broccoli quiche with tomato caprese. Everything was so delicious. My husband enjoyed the coffee while I chose from a variety of tasty teas. Wendy, Michael, and their dog, Snickers, make us feel at home. We highly recommend you add the Guilford Bed and Breakfast to your Maine itinerary.

I would recommend visiting this place for the care and service received from Wendy and Mike alone. From the moment you walk in, you'll be treated to a tour of the lovely home and given advice of how to spend your time in the local area. A clean and homely retreat, with warm service throughout. And if you want to see a moose, they will point you in the right direction! Don't leave without seeing them. I would definitely recommend staying for breakfast. Wendy is happy to cater to your tastes and is an amazing chef.

Elm St Guilford ME

Hotel highlights

  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking

Guilford Bed and Breakfast places you within a 10-minute drive of Abbot Evangelical Free Church and Lowe's Covered Bridge. This 3-star bed & breakfast has 5 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.


Free full breakfast is served each morning from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM.


All 5 individually decorated accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers. Other standard amenities include private yards, free bottled water, and ironing boards. Housekeeping is available on request.

Property features

At Guilford Bed and Breakfast, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, refrigerator in a common area, and a library. Free parking is included with your stay. Additional amenities include a TV in a common area and a garden.

Room options

Family Double Room

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Executive Double Room, 1 Queen Bed, Fireplace, Garden View

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Exclusive Double Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking, Garden View

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Comfort Double Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking, Garden View

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

100.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 27 reviews

Guilford Bed and Breakfast

24 Elm St, Guilford, ME 04443
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