|Old Winterport Commercial House
Antique Shop & Bed and Breakfast
114 Main Street, P.O. Box 589 * Winterport, Maine 04496
(10 miles south of Bangor, Maine)
B&B (207) 223-4965 * Antique Shop/B&B (207) 223-5854 *
|An 1833 inn and stagecoach stop converted into a 4,000 sq. ft. antique shop and second floor
bed & breakfast with private baths.
Welcome to the Old Winterport Commercial House
antique shop and bed and breakfast in downtown, historic
Winterport, Maine. Conveniently located on Rt. 1A and only 10
miles from downtown Bangor, Maine.
Our antique shop consists of 4,000 sq. ft. filled with furnishings for both your home and office.
You’ll be amazed at the furniture, clocks, architectural items, stained glass, and collectibles that we
carry. We do deliver within the state of Maine but don’t hesitate to inquire if you live out of state.
Hours and days vary upon season, so please click on antique shop to see our current business hours.
You may also inquire about our repair service. Before you decide to throw away your favorite old piece
of furniture let us give you a quote to repair it. We even rewire old lighting.
Our bed and breakfast is open year round. Come
stay with us and wake up in an 1833 stagecoach
stop surrounded by beautiful antiques including
armoires, marble top dressers, and other
And while you enjoy your breakfast in our
"Jeannette Room" you can reminisce about the
people who have stayed here before you such as
Alexander Longfellow (brother of poet Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow), folk singer Dave Mallet,
and the singing groups The Waybacks & Shaun
For availability check our
or simply do it the old fashioned way and call us!
We'd love to talk to you and tell you about our
comfortable and historic inn.
Copyright 2009. Old Winterport Commercial House.
N. Plonsky - Webmaster
|"LET US OFFER YOU COMFORT AND HOSPITALITY AT REASONABLE RATES,
WHETHER YOU'RE TRAVELING FOR BUSINESS OR VACATION,"
your hosts Ann & Ray Ronco
Stay With Use When
Attending Area Events
The Common Ground
Fair, Darlings Waterfront
Pavilion Concerts, and
the American Folk
|Our breakfast room affectionately called "The
Jeannette Room" in rememberance of Ann's
mom who had always wanted her own B&B.