Just 20 minutes away from the inn, Belfast is a small city with plenty of walkable attractions. Visit these innkeeper favorites for organic food, local art, and unique shopping.
Take a seat at a picnic table and try a lobster roll at the well-known Young's Lobster Pound.
Young's Lobster Pound
Take a stroll along the harbor and watch the ships come sailing in.
Find organic produce and an all-are-welcome atmosphere at the Belfast Co-op.
Shop for gifts and home goods at The Meadow, and say hello to the friendly beagles who call this place home.
Explore the boutique for apparel and inspiring gifts for the soul at Coyote Moon.
Visit the oldest shoe store in America. Established in 1832.
Enjoy first-class dining with pizza made from locally-sourced ingredients at Delvino's.
Take your time at the Old Professor's Bookshop where you'll find reading material covering major subjects taught in universities.
Old Professor's Bookshop
See how ships are built and repaired at Front Street Shipyard.
Front Street Shipyard
The name says it all. Visit the shop for cheese, wine, and specialty foods.
Eat More Cheese
Find farm-to-table cuisine and fresh produce at Chase's Daily.
Stop in at Darby's for comfort food and an antique bar.
Shop for kitchenware and design elements at Mary Johnston Design.
Mary Johnston Design
Stop in for wood fired pizza at Meanwhile in Belfast.
Meanwhile in Belfast
Try the best croissants around at Moonbat City Baking Co.
Visit the brewery located right on the water.
Marshall Wharf Brewing Co.