The Paquachuck Inn is a bed & breakfast situated where the Nocquachoke and Acoxsett Rivers meet in Wesport, Massachusetts. The Paquachuck Inn has dominated the landscape of the village of Westport Point for 170 years, and offers guests beautiful views of the Westport Harbor.
The Paquachuck Inn was constructed by hand from heavy timbers, built like a ship, pegged, worn smooth and salted by sand and wind. Inside, the decoration of this unique bed & breakfast—with original whale oil lamps, harpoons, and whale bones—also draws upon the area’s rich history.
The Inn is open year round, with facilities for weddings, receptions, corporate or private meetings and gatherings. Every room boasts a water view. A patio on the east side of the building ushers in the morning as the sun rises over the marsh, and breakfast is served from the porch.
The Paquachuck Inn also offers its own dock with access to Westport Harbor. Guests can fish off the dock or go out on the open water for bass or bluefish. In addition, the area has some of the best striper and clam fields in the country.