39 Union Street, Rockland Maine
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 About Us  and Why  We Chose the Midcoast of Maine as our Home. 
 We moved to the Rockland area eleven years ago, working in healthcare, and seeking a close-knit community and a beautiful environment.  I have been active in the Rockland arts community for over a decade and began by opening a studio at 407 Main Street. Then four years ago we opened a small gallery, Winding Way Watercolors, across from Wasses Hotdogs in north Rockland. For the last year, we have been looking for a location in the arts and downtown section of town. During the winter of 2012 we purchased a beautiful 1855 house located one block from Main street, around the corner from the Farnsworth Museum, and across the Street from the Wyeth Center. ​Our art gallery is on the first floor and our bed and breakfast rooms are on the second floor.

We live ten minutes from the house and are in the gallery and house daily to answer your questions about all of the adventures you can have while on the midcoast of Maine.  

Rockland is a wonderful area for bicycling and as avid cyclists we know all of the best routes. We will provide you with maps and make sure you get a bike if you do not bring your own.
To see all of the things that are going on in MIdcoast Maine, visit The Penobscot Chamber of Commerce's website at

We are open year round.  Of course,  Fall in New England is gorgeous and the look of our small Maine villages in winter has been described as like a Courier and Ives painting. The weeks preceeding Christmas are full of activities in Midcoast Maine. Santa comes by lobster boat and we light our town christmas tree which is made out of lobster traps.  The Christmas by the sea weekend in Camden is a delight and shopping in our village shops is a really fun experience.

We are happy to welcome you to Winding Way Bed and Breakfast & Art Gallery.  Anne and Jon McMath, proprieters