Queen Mary

Hog Island Lodging

Named for the great ocean liner, the Queen Mary is perched at the north end of Hog Island – the lodging closest to the dining hall (the Bridge), meeting hall (the Fish House), and the edge of the sea.

Originally a ship's chandlery, the first floor of this late 1800’s building is a museum with collections of local birds, mammals and minerals. The second floor has five double rooms, two bathrooms, and two shower rooms. Each bathroom is a separate small room with a sink and toilet, and the showers are in individual rooms off the main hall as well. Additional bathrooms and a women's shower are located in a nearby, separate bathhouse. The second floor of the Queen Mary also has a small sunroom with an adjacent deck which offers great views of the bay. The third floor (loft) has a sleeping space for six women and includes a bathroom and shower.

All beds in the Queen Mary are twin size (double rooms have two twin beds). 

Read more about the Queen Mary, its history, and a recent project to save it.

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Queen Mary Interior

Queen Mary Loft

Queen Mary Double

Queen Mary Sitting Room

Queen Mary from Water

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