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Enjoy an oceanfront lifestyle and lodging in an elegantly renovated 100 year old sardine factory in Lubec, Maine. The Inn at the Wharf offers stunning ocean views and its own wharf. Each suite includes a bedroom, bath and a large sitting area, and opens to a large gathering room...
When we pulled up to the Inn, we thought we had made a mistake. But upon entering the facility and the room, we were so excited about the view and the uniqueness of this place. There is a common area for eating or playing board...More
I learned a valuable lesson years ago when booking a destination race: book the hotel as soon as possible! As soon as you know you are planning to go somewhere, check the cancellation policy and book a room! I love small town races! The atmosphere...More
Was expecting something a little more quaint, but we found our room to be almost new with great views of the sunset. Friendly owner walked us to our room. Restaurant gets marked down for inexperienced spotty service and potatoes in the soup were under-cooked. Room...More
As we drove up we did not have the best hope, but after we checked in and went to our room it was: OMG. Bright, open, airy, gigantic. I walked it off and it was approximately 1800 square feet of surprise. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,...More
It is perfectly nestled with a view of the American side and also a great sunset from your room. The restaurant is good but even though the rooms are clean and have a view you must be aware that you may need ear plugs since...More
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They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above... More
They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above me walking around and talking all the time. The interior walls and upper floor had poor if any sound proofing.