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The Grey Havens Inn is on the National Register of Historic Places

by Grey Havens Inn on May 10, 2012

The Grey Havens Inn is on the National Parks Service's Register of Historic Places

The Grey Havens Inn is on the National Parks Service's Register of Historic Places

In 1985, the Grey Havens Inn on the Georgetown Island peninsula in beautiful coastal Maine was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1904, Grey Havens is historically significant for its Shingle Style Architecture.

You can research the Grey Havens Inn in the National Register of Historic Places online database. As of press time, our record had not been converted to digital format. To search for our record, you can look up our registration number which is 85000614 or search on the state of Maine and the county of Sagadahoc.

Historic Photo of the "Seguinland Hotel" which today is the Grey Havens Inn
Historic Photo of the “Seguinland Hotel” from the early 1900s. Today, the Seguinland is the Grey Havens Inn.
Doris and Wills, early 20th Centurey Managers of the Seguinland, with Snappy the dog.
Doris and Wills, early 20th Centurey Managers of the Seguinland, with Snappy the dog.
Photos courtesy of the Georgetown Historical Society.