Perched on a knoll above the shores of the Pleasant Bay in Addison is a bed and breakfast that speaks the language of Downeast Maine. It offers up an unhurried pace, simple unfettered charm, and a friendly relaxed ambience that has kept travelers coming back to this beautiful property at 386 West Side Road for over 20 years! Spread out over 110+/- acres with 10,000+/- feet of waterfront, this coastal escape is extraordinary from top to bottom. From the outside, the home's dove-grey shingles show their familiarity with salt and time, the perennial, herb, and vegetable gardens smile with billowy charm, and the manicured lawns paint a 'pastoral landscape meets coastal splendor' that you'd expect an Andrew Wyeth or Edward Hopper to paint. Inside the house, you'll find the kinds of elements you might expect from a coastal farmhouse bed and breakfast: face-nailed wide pine floorboards, shiplap on walls, brick fireplace hearths, and a monochromatic color palette with the occasional blue and green accents. As it operates now, this established bed and breakfast features four sunny guestrooms that each have either a shared or private bath. From each room, there are spectacular views of the water. The common areas include a grand room for gathering and dining, a library with a cozy reading nook, and a large deck and screen porch where guests can enjoy a leisurely breakfast surrounded by the beauty of nature. There is an owner's master bedroom that sits back from all the guest quarters and creates a convenient split bedroom house plan. Over the last quarter-century, the B&B has drawn guests from across the world looking for that 'true Maine experience'. While many guests travel overland by car to get to the B&B, the property's deep-water yacht mooring makes it possible for others to make their way to the property overwater by boat!