Bath Hotels

Hampton Inn Bath ME
140 Commercial Street
Bath, ME 04530
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $208.05 - $289.00 )

Rated: 3 Star Hotel
Our hot tub will be closed for renovations from Sunday March 29th - Sunday April 5th 2015. Welcome to Historic Downtown Bath Maine. Known as the Cit...hotel description continued
Residence Inn Bath Brunswick Area
139 Richardson Street
Bath, ME 04530
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $500.00 - $500.00 )

Rated: 0 Star Hotel
Set a pace that suits you at Residence Inn by Marriott®. Whether you're with us for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months, your daily routine matte...hotel description continued
The Galen C Moses House
1009 Washington Street
Bath, ME 4530
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $500.00 - $500.00 )

Rated: 2 Star Hotel
Built in 1874 for Galen C. Moses, the house became an instant celebrity in Bath when Jim and Larry purchased it in 1994 to create a bed and breakfast....hotel description continued
Pryor House Bed And Breakfast
360 Front St.
Bath, ME 4530
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $500.00 - $500.00 )

Rated: 2 Star Hotel
This lovely Bed and Breakfast is a circa 1820 Federalstyle home. Being a classic New England house it features an elegant double staircase wide pine f...hotel description continued

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