Apr 10 - Apr 11
A true homey feeling. Was greeted by Maureen who made us feel totally at home. Described everything we needed to know about the premises, and was a wealth of information about the area.
Apr 12 - Apr 13
We enjoyed our entire stay there. Friendly staff, great room. Couldn't have asked for more.
Loved the fireplace and the outdoor patio. Breakfast wasn’t very good.
The homemade breakfast was delicious and plentiful. My husband and I enjoyed a glass of complimentary wine on the front porch after putting the kids to bed! On a quiet street in a beautiful neighborhood.
Mar 30 - Mar 31
My girlfriend and I stayed here for just one night so we could go snowboarding at Sunday River. This property is incredible! Stay here if you really want to feel like you're at home. The owners John and Jeanette were the most welcoming couple we could have hoped for, and we could tell the genuinely ...
Great location, the breakfasts were amazing and there were always snacks available. The property owners were very attentive to all our needs.
Mar 30 - Mar 31
Just really liked the place. Has the old time look. Room was big. I booked the room that had a private bathroom with a tub.
Clean & comfortable. Easy check-in . Nice breakfast.
Apr 19 - Apr 20
At resorts like this you expect the management to be friendly and more helpful. Not telling you "thats how we do things here". Won't be back.
The mountains and hills of Maine provide the perfect vacation getaway along the eastern coast of the United States. Booking Maine bed and breakfast accommodation is one of the best ways to see New England; an area famous for its lobsters, the ‘Indian Summer’ foliage of fall, and its literary heritage.
Many Maine breakfast inns come with private bathrooms, free wi-fi and all the best modern amenities to make your stay as pleasant as possible. From quaint houses on the Maine coast to contemporary inns in Boothbay Harbor, bed and breakfasts are plentiful in this part of the States. Expect home-cooked breakfasts, in-room entertainment and TVs, comfortable king-size beds.
Maine is renowned for its natural attractions, so why not come in fall to watch the leaves blaze with color in Acadia National Park? There are plenty of activities to choose from, too, including water sports and auto racing. The staff at your Maine bed and breakfast will be happy to advise you on things to see and do. If you don’t like the sound of hiking to the top of Mt. Katahdin, you’ll find lots of bed and breakfasts in close proximity to Maine’s major museums and theaters.
Maine is perhaps best known for its seafood. From lobster rolls and fresh oysters to sushi and steamed clams, the Pine Tree State’s local cuisine benefits from its enviable coastal position. If you’re looking for the freshest catch and first-class chefs, head to Portland’s downtown area, where five-star restaurants rub shoulders with lobster shacks. If you want to dine like a local, try a traditional Clam Bake and finish up with sweet blueberries – they’re delicious! For the less adventurous, families will also find pub grub, Texas barbecue and Italian food on offer.
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