This historic building is a treasure intact from the whaling and shipping era which made Westport Point prosperous in the early 1800's. Built in 1827 of hand-hewn timbers and local stone, it has served as a ship's chandler, sail loft, and customs house before its present incarnation as the Paquachuck Inn. The facility is located on the waterfront overlooking Westport Harbor and is minutes away from Horseneck State Beach. It offeres nine bedrooms for guests as well as spaces for intimate dinners, meetings, reunions, and receptions for up to 200 on our tented waterfront lawn. Kayaking, biking, wine and farm tours are within minutes of this magnificent location.