About Our Inn


The Dockside Inn building was built in the 1930s, and served as a machine shop for decades, in support of many yachts, working boats, military vessels and marine machinery well into the late 1960s. It then lay vacant for many years. In the 1980s it was converted into a restaurant, and its second floor was added, with 5 rooms. Today, the Inn is proudly owned and operated by Glen “Mick” and Joyce Mickowski.

ROOMS and RATES

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We offer our guests a spacious room with en-suite accommodations. All rooms accommodate 2 people per night with additional fees applied for more than two people. Each separate and private entry room has a view of the harbor with many working boats and yachts in the nearby marina. Across the harbor is Acadia National Park with mountains rising out of the forest. All rooms require a three night minimum. Extended room reservations are welcome.

The Dockside Inn #1 – Southwest Harbor, ME
Waterfront studio w/ lovely harbor views – close to hiking, boating & shops!

The Dockside Inn #2 – Southwest Harbor, ME
Comfy studio w/ harbor views – steps from the dock & local restaurants!

Anchor Locker Room
This “room with a view” includes the following: King bed, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, iron & board, hair dryer, utensils, a full bath with satellite TV & Wifi.

Crow’s Nest Room:
This room includes two double beds, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, iron & board, hair dryer, utensils, a full bath with satellite TV & Wifi.

The Dockside Inn #5 – Southwest Harbor, ME
Quaint and cozy waterfront studio with a great location across from harbor!

Room Links:

#1, #2, #3, #4, #5

 

About Dockside’s Hyewood House

FB-profileFor families and friends traveling together, we offer The Hyewood House, a 4 bedroom cottage just up the street.

To check availability, call us at 207-844-0047 !