Being a guest at The Galen C. Moses House is like dwelling in a living museum, surrounded by reminders of the vast wealth that flowed through the city of Bath 150 years ago. Indeed, the history of Bath, the ambiance of Washington Street, and the special design of The Galen C. Moses House becomes a total emersion in history for those who visit.
Welcome to Historic Downtown Bath Maine. Known as the City of Ships with over 400 years of shipbuilding history and home to Bath Iron Works owned by General Dynamics. Located on the beautiful Kennebec River and Coastal Route One Bath has so much to offer we invite you to stay awhile. At the Hampton Inn Bath /Brunswick Area/ we are excited to provide you with friendly service and fantastic river views and share all the wonders that make Mid Coast Maine the perfect place to stay. We are your destination for a charming historic downtown shopping and dining experience.
Bath, Maine Hotel's Near Brunswick and Beaches Plan a vacation to the "City of Ships," where you can surround yourself with history and enjoy a stay in the Holiday Inn® Bath (Brunswick Area) hotel. Bath, Maine is a great destination for leisure and business travelers alike. There's something for everyone in Bath, Maine! When you're lodging at our hotel, you have fast access to Reid and Popham Beach State Parks. Not only are we near these natural highlights, but we're just minutes from Maine Maritime Museum and historic Front and Centre streets.
Built in 1874 for Galen C. Moses, the house became an instant celebrity in Bath when Jim and Larry purchased it in 1994 to create a bed and breakfast. Departing from traditional local house colors, this Italianate structure was draped in the most vivid colors of plum, pink and teal, thus its nickname, The Pink House. There are surprises throughout the house, from the elegant gardens and rooms filled with tasteful antiques to the full theater located on the third floor and once used to entertain officer s from the near by Naval Air station during World War II.