painting by Russell London
The village of Gagetown's largest Bed and Breakfast; our 5700 sq/ft Inn features four turn of the century styled guest rooms, each with a private attached bath, and rooms overlooking the creek and Gagetown Island beyond. Also a large tea and coffee room, an intimate old world pub and an expansive waterfront veranda for your enjoyment.
Built in 1910 as a home to the Reid family; owners of the areas largest lumber mill, the property was later converted to an Inn celebrating the riverboats which were the life blood of the province on the St. John River. For the next four decades the Inn was a fixture of the community welcoming residents and visitors alike. It seems nearly everyone in Gagetown has a memory or a story about the property.
Unfortunately the former Steamers Stop Inn saw its last season in 2005, shuttering its antique doors for the next decade. An imposing ghost, the Inn stood silent and dark on the banks of the Gagetown Creek. However in 2016 Steamers' Bed and Breakfast re-opened its century old doors to welcome you to experience our period guest rooms, friendly tea and beverage rooms, and sit and enjoy the village's largest public veranda overlooking our 300' of waterfront. Come make some memories of your own.