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Your Visit to the Katahdin Region Starts Here

We offer numerous amenities and services to make your stay at The Gather Inn Bed & Breakfast a pleasure. We’re dedicated to blending comfort and convenience to provide you with the attention and luxury you deserve. Featuring impeccable accommodations and an attentive staff, we guarantee you’ll have a pleasant experience here. 

Amenities & Services
Inn keeper 
Here to help!
Homemade hot breakfast included 
Savory start to your day

Our History

The building that occupies 193 Central Street in Millinocket Maine has served many purposes since it was built in 1901. Originally, a doctor's office, then a dental office, the building fell into disrepair for a number of years until the 1980s when it was renovated and used by several different companies as an office and meeting space. In the mid-2000s the property was beautifully renovated and several different owners have since operated bed and breakfasts out of it. In June 2022 Melanie Cardus and Mark Dorval purchased it and named it The Gather Inn. 

Free high speed Wifi
Air mesh technology -
full bars, full speed 
Event Space
Ask us about hosting your next event!
Comfortable guest rooms
All rooms include ensuite bathrooms
Spacious common areas 
Dining Room, Living Room, Parlor, Wrap around Porch
Libary / coffee area 
Treat yourself before breakfast or after hours
Ample Parking 
Dual Parking lots to accommodate guest vehicles and trailers
Meet the Owners

We live in South Portland, Maine. Together we have five children. Mark has been a police officer for more than twenty years and Melanie is  a social worker and fitness/nutrition coach. Mark and I love the beautiful state of Maine and all that it has to offer.  We enjoy spending time together, with our children, and with friends and family. Everyone is always welcome. When we decided to purchase the inn, it was important to both of us to create a space that is comfortable, relaxing, and welcoming to all. We look forward to hosting you during your stay in Millinocket.

Melanie Cardus and Mark Dorval
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