The Main House at Candleberry Inn was built circa 1780-1790 and was designed in the popular Georgian Federal style of the day. The oldest parts of the building can still be seen and enjoyed in the dining room and Seacroft Suite. On the National Registry of Historic Places, you don’t want to miss the attention to detail in honoring the classic design of the property while providing you with comfort and simple elegance.
There are six guest rooms located in the Main House of Candleberry Inn. The Seacroft Suite offers a King-sized bed and a fireplace, as well as a separate sitting room, perfect for an additional guest, extending your vacation by being able to work from your room, a writing or planning getaway, and so much more. The Breezing Up Room, The Highlands Room, and The Beach Rose Room all offer Queen-sized beds and fireplaces. The Cricket Room and The Copeland Room each offer a Queen-sized bed and simple, yet elegant appointments.