Map & Directions

Coveside Bed and Breakfast in Georgetown is a fifteen minute drive from Bath, ME, our closest city. Click on the appropriate link on the left to see directions to our Mid-Coast Maine bed and breakfast.

From:  New Hampshire, South
If you are driving on I-95 from New Hampshire and points south, take Exit 44, Route I-295. Take I-295 north through Portland and Freeport to Exit 28 - Brunswick/Bath.

Get off I-295 at Exit 28 (Brunswick/Bath); you will be on Route 1 northbound. Follow Route 1 north around Brunswick, through Bath (keep to the left on the highway), and across the Kennebec River. Turn right immediately (at the Dairy Queen) onto Route 127, heading south toward Georgetown.

Follow 127 for about 12 miles. About one mile after the turn for Reid State Park, turn left onto Old Schoolhouse Road (there is a flag pole, white church, and cemetery on the left). In about a quarter mile, after passing the Sheepscot Bay Boat Co., turn left onto North End Road. In about 200 yards, you will see the Coveside Bed and Breakfast sign on the right. Turn right into Gotts Cove Lane. Bear right at the Y.

There is overflow parking on the right at the top of the driveway, just at the Y; regular guest parking is on the left as you come further down, above the cottage. Please center your car on the wooden bumpers at the end of the parking spaces. After parking, walk down to the building on the right, the main house. Please ring the bell unless you are arriving late, when there will be a note describing how to get to your room.

From:  Portland Airport
If you are driving from the Portland airport, follow airport signs to I-95/Maine Turnpike; this requires a left turn from the main road immediately upon leaving the airport (there is a Hilton hotel on the left). Cross Congress Street at the light, and enter the turnpike northbound; get off at Exit 52, toward Yarmouth, Falmouth and I-295. When you reach I-295, turn north and travel through Freeport to Exit 28 - Brunswick/Bath.

Get off I-295 at Exit 28 (Brunswick/Bath); you will be on Route 1 northbound. Follow Route 1 north around Brunswick, through Bath (keep to the left on the highway), and across the Kennebec River. Turn right immediately (at the Dairy Queen) onto Route 127, heading south toward Georgetown.

Follow 127 for about 12 miles. About one mile after the turn for Reid State Park, turn left onto Old Schoolhouse Road (there is a flag pole, white church, and cemetery on the left). In about a quarter mile, after passing the Sheepscot Bay Boat Co., turn left onto North End Road. In about 200 yards, you will see the Coveside Bed and Breakfast sign on the right. Turn right into Gotts Cove Lane. Bear right at the Y.

There is overflow parking on the right at the top of the driveway, just at the Y; regular guest parking is on the left as you come further down, above the cottage. Please center your car on the wooden bumpers at the end of the parking spaces. After parking, walk down to the building on the right, the main house. Please ring the bell unless you are arriving late, when there will be a note describing how to get to your room.

From:  North Route 1
If you are coming from the north on Route 1, about 9 miles south of Wiscassett, just after the turn for Route 127 north at the large overhead sign for Georgetown and Reid State Park, turn right onto 127 south.

Follow 127 for about 12 miles. About one mile after the turn for Reid State Park, turn left onto Old Schoolhouse Road (there is a flag pole, white church, and cemetery on the left). In about a quarter mile, after passing the Sheepscot Bay Boat Co., turn left onto North End Road. In about 200 yards, you will see the Coveside Bed and Breakfast sign on the right. Turn right into Gotts Cove Lane. Bear right at the Y.

There is overflow parking on the right at the top of the driveway, just at the Y; regular guest parking is on the left as you come further down, above the cottage. Please center your car on the wooden bumpers at the end of the parking spaces. After parking, walk down to the building on the right, the main house. Please ring the bell unless you are arriving late, when there will be a note describing how to get to your room.