Lupine Cottage
Contact: Margaret Masessa
7 Old Searsport Road
Route 1
Belfast, ME 04915
Phone: 207-338-4300
Hours: Mon-Sat 10-6, Sun 10-3

Lupine Cottage is a co-op of 65 Maine artists and craftspeople. We all use only the highest quality materials to create our Maine Made products, which are as unique as we are. Whether you're looking for a gift, decorative art for your home, or something special for yourself, you're sure to find it at Lupine Cottage. Did you see an item in our Belfast store that you wish you had bought? Just send us an E-mail if you don't find the item listed on the web site. If we still have it, we will reply with information about availability, shipping charges, etc.

Phone calls are also welcome - we are open from 10 AM to 6 PM, and Sunday 10-3 and you can check our Calendar page to see if we're open, and find out who's working that day.

Our store is located on the beautiful rock-bound Maine coast on the east side of Belfast. Our front porch view of the old dam at the end of Goose River is impressive. From our second floor (Yes! There's more on display upstairs!) you can glimpse the buildings of downtown Belfast across the harbor. Stop by when you are in the area, and we will assist you in any way we can. We really do appreciate your business!

We are open April and Nov - Friday, Saturday and Sunday

In May – Oct and Dec daily.


October is All About Fall at Lupine Cottage

Visit Lupine Cottage's website for the October SALE. Lupine Cottage's store in Belfast is open until Christmas Eve. Hours are Monday - Saturday 10 to 6 and Sunday 10 to 3.
Lupine Cottage Artisan Co-op Has Goat Milk Soaps

Lupine Cottage member Patty Young makes beautiful goat milk soaps. By using fresh wholesome natural ingredients such as fresh goat milk, organic vegetable oils such as olive, coconut and palm oils, she is avoiding harsh chemicals and fillers so often found in commercial soaps. She makes her soap ...
Classic Handmade Overshot Weaving Pieces Sold at Lupine ...

Overshot where Overshot weaving is where you have a background fabric and a pattern layer floating above this ground cloth. Member, Sandy Boynton, of Eddington hand weaves each piece. Her table runner would be perfect for a traditional Thanksgiving tale setting. Photo is a M. A. Ostrander Runner ...