The Ocean House, a renovated 19th century hotel building in the heart of Belfast, Maine

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**Please contact us about 2020 winter rentals. We are looking for renters who want to be in Belfast for a month or more. We have Jan 15th through the end of May available.** $2500 a month for this time period.** . email seth at .

The Ocean House was originally built as a hotel around 1865 in downtown Belfast Maine.  In its history, the building has been variously: a hotel, a brothel, a grain exchange, an auto body shop, a junk yard, an indy music mecca, as well as several other unique businesses.  We purchased the building in 2012 and set about on a two and a half year restoration of the grande old girl, preserving what we could and working from period photos.  Today  the Ocean House is home to the only certified authentic, Neapolitan, wood-fired pizza restaurant in New England, Meanwhile in Belfast on the lower level; a fantastically quirky cottage and gardening lifestyle store, Brambles on the first floor; and an elegant and spacious, 3 bedroom/ 3 bathroom  short-term rental, The loft at the Ocean House on the top two floors. One can rent this gorgeous apartment for 3 nights to 3 years and beyond. We love living there ourselves on occasion and are constantly fiddling with the space to make your stay more enjoyable.  Please click on the links above for more information, or if you like, try our Airbnb listing.  If you are looking to rent or see the apartment, you may call Seth at 207 323-8383 to make arrangements.  Best to have a look at the link above for photos, policies, and a calendar for availability. You might also wish to read though a few of our 5-star reviews to get a sense of the space from the guest’s perspective.

Have a look at some photos of the Ocean House’s Interior Photos

Thank you!  Seth and Greg.

Call us at 207 323-8383 if you have questions or want to book directly with us.  We now accept credit card payments directly.
or email us at . thanks.

If you want to read about our travails about rebuilding this building from the bottom up, please see Seth’s renovation blog.