The Keeper's House, is an operating lighthouse station located on the remote island of Isle Au Haut, Maine. Originally named Robinson Point, Isle au Haut Lighthouse it sits atop rugged ledges overlooking the Atlantic, surrounded by dense spruce forests and island panoramas.

The Acadia National Park System includes over half of the island, maintaining it as a wilderness area and limiting access to a few dozen visitors a day from off the island.

The Keeper's House provides bikes for guests curious to explore the park, the village, or to follow the town road around the island to an idyllic swimming pond.

Untouched by tourist development, Isle Au Haut is a naturalist's delight. Deer, seals, osprey, and porpoises visit the lighthouse and the spectacular trails of Acadia are at our doorstep. Hiking, relaxation, contemplation, conversation and fine dining will highlight your stay at The Keeper's House.

For anyone curious about the inside story of the Keeper's House, sink into your favorite reading chair with former-innkeeper Jeffrey Burke's award-winning book, Island Lighthouse Inn: A Chronicle.

Owner, Dr. Marshall Chapman purchased the property in 2013 from Jeff and Judy Burke who owned and operated it for more than 25 years.

While operating as a bed and breakfast, The Keeper's House was the proud recipient of Yankee Magazine's Editors' Choice for Best Lighthouse Lodging in 2014.

The property transitioned from an inn to a self-catered weekly rental in 2019. The property is currently available for sale through The Knowles Company.

The Keeper's House Inn | Isle au Haut, Maine: Late Afternoon Light, image by Brian Costello

The Keeper's House thanks the following people for contributing images to this website: Tracy Batteese, Brian Costello, Gerald de Patoul, and Julie Greenberg.
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