Grey Havens has frequently been referred to as a 'castle-by-the-sea' with its two tall round turrets. Its imposing majesty on the Maine coastline is so proud and clear that the inn is often used as a navigational aid by sailors and local lobstermen. Facing east, the sunrises are truly inspiring and the full moon radiates and shimmers across the water. This Maine coast inn is a place of relaxation, of peace away from modern distractions such as phones and television. Guests come here to sit, to rejuvenate, to read, and, above all, to escape. There is nowhere quite like it. There is a deep water dock and two deep moorings, well sheltered even during the worst winter storms.