The Night Fall Inn Nestled halfway up the coast of Maine over looks the Belfast Bay, also known as Passagassawakeag Bay is an inlet of the Penobscot Bay, Gulf of Maine and Atlantic Ocean. Built in 1872, this stately house has had many lives. In the 1920's its convenient location on Coastal Rt. 1 loaned itself to being a lodge, where a weary traveler could have a meal, a clean bed to sleep in, and add a bath for a nickel!The Inn is 350 yards of sidewalk from the pedestrian bridge spanning the mouth of the Passagassawakeag River, where it empties into the Belfast Bay. Take the bridge through a working shipyard into the quintessential seaside town of Belfast - Enjoy all Belfast has to offer, with its myriad, shops, galleries, farmers markets, and restaurants. Boasting a large first floor open concept custom kitchen/dining room/living room, four en suite bedrooms/baths on the second floor. Three of the four suites have wonderful views of the bay. Take the stairs leading to the attic to an expansive owners living quarters - space includes a living room, bedroom and bathroom. . The property has many updates from top to bottom! Including: exterior/interior paint, updated electrical, plumbing, furnace, hot water heaters, appliances, baths, central air, refinished hardwood floors The Inn has a great reputation with many clients returning year after year.Come and Enjoy views of the Belfast Bay!