An exceptional experience awaits the guests of the White House Inn. This 1840 Greek Revival manor house, surrounded by spacious grounds and gardens, is referenced in many architectural volumes, yet the Inn is much more than its marble fireplaces, deep plaster moldings and grand, sweeping stairway. Here the elegance of yesteryear is melded with sophisticated amenities and modern conveniences. And Belfast, a small American town, is comfortable in its authenticity with its eclectic blend of contemporary and classical, and affords its visitors a central location for exploration of Acadia and Bar Harbor to the north and Camden/Rockland to the south. 1 Church Street The White House Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.