Robinson Point Lighthouse Station - Isle Au Haut, Maine
2013 Season: June 15 - October 7
Romantic and scenic accommodations on a beautiful Maine island with a historic lighthouse.
All room rates include three delicious gourmet meals prepared on site by our staff chef.
Featuring: The Woodshed Cottage:
Two bedrooms, bath, kitchenette with dining nook, large living room. The Woodshed Cottage.
An exceptional opportunity to visit Maine's most unique coastal inn. Please review our website for photographs and descriptions of the property, including a photo gallery of the island, village, and Acadia National Park.
The fully automated and functioning lighthouse tower is owned and maintained by the Town of Isle Au Haut.
The lighthouse station property is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is comprised of a seven room main house with four bedrooms and two baths, a four room house with one bedroom and one bath, two small heated cabins, two storage buildings, a large boathouse, pier, ramp, floating dock, boat mooring and 700 feet of deep water frontage on Isle Au Haut Bay.
Off the power-grid and at the end of a half-mile private road, the property is an ecologist's dream. Powered by state-of-the-art photovoltaics, a windmill and a 30-kilowatt generator, fed by unlimited crystal-clear water drawn from the sea by the magic of a reverse osmosis system, a garden-setting sewage treatment system using peat bogs and flower beds, this alternative yet historic home allows you to live with respect for the rest of the world. Includes a bio-diesel processor to make our own fuel!
Frommers rates Isle au Haut one of the 10 Untouched Island Escapes
Frommer’s published a book “500 Most Extraordinary Islands” that lists Isle au Haut as one of the "10 Untouched Island Escapes" in the world.
Dr. Marshall Chapman, Innkeeper
Contact Sue MacDonald at 1-207-335-2990
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