7 Water Street, Lubec Maine 04652
Cohills pours the finest pint of Guinness in all of Down East Maine. You can enjoy a drink downstairs in the pub or upstairs on the deck, watching the seals play, the eagles fly, and the day pass slowly by.
Lubec is home each summer to the New England Aquarium’s Right Whale research team. The Right Whale is an endangered species that migrates north up into the waters of the North Atlantic and the Bay of Fundy. When the team is not out chasing wh[...]
Across the Lubec Narrows lies Campobello Island and the Roosevelt International Park. The island offers a multitude of recreational activities including Whale Watching, Tea at the Roosevelt House, and biking the carriage trails. Home to East Quoddy [...]
The Bay of Fundy is home to the largest tides in the world. Lubec since on a narrow body of water that funnels water out of the Bay of Maine and the Bay of Fundy up into Cobscook Bay and the Canadian Maritimes. The larger tides in the season will [[...]
Anyone that lives near working fishermen know what a difficult and often challenging job it can be. The town of Lubec has lost numerous individuals over the years to the sea. Each summer a candle light vigil takes place to remember those that have [...]
The Inn offers up stunning views of the Maritimes, located in downtown Lubec. Home to 9 rooms, an outside deck and a warm and welcoming Pub, Ellen, your proprietor, has created a a place where family and friends come together.
Join us on the Deck for live music several times a week; a meal overlooking the Lubec Narrows, Campobello Island and the Canadian Maritimes. Picnic tables offer up a place to enjoy your meal or just a refreshing drink while you take in the playing s[...]
The view facing north into the Canadian Maritimes. The Lubec jetty is where the summer seals come to play and feed, a site easily watched on the Deck sipping a beverage of your choice.
Fourth of July offers up some magnificent fireworks.
Cohills Inn serves as a hub for celebration throughout the year. In summer, the Pirate Invasion takes place right at our footstep as the invading Pirates from Eastport land at the public pier.
West Quoddy Head lighthouse is a short drive or bike ride from the Inn. It is the easternmost point in the US.
We never tire of the most amazing sunsest in Down East Maine
A game of pool being played with live music in the background at Annabels
Looking north into the Canadian Maritimes as another beautiful summer day comes to a close