We booked this Inn while trying to get a room at The Carleton while on our way south from Camden for the night. As it turns out, Buddy, the owner of The Carleton, recently bought the Inn at Park Spring (on the corner of Park and Spring Streets). The property was nice, with some new upgrades (we were told by Host DEBORAH) and it was very comfortable. Comfortable bed, good shower, towels could be better and good location. My wife and I walked to Old Port In about 15 minutes, where we ate at Boones, which Deborah recommended. It was great food and I highly recommend if you want good Maine Seafood. We took a cab back and it cost less than $5.00 for the ride, definitely a bargain! Only downside is the steep narrow stairs and hating 2 heavy suitcases up and down to/from the third floor. Also, the entry steps from the street would be wide enough to easily carry 2 suitcases if they didn't put flower pots on the stairs making it a bit of a challenge. They also served a nice breakfast in the morning. Overall a nice place to stay. I would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Boasting "Location, Location, Location", Portland's most centrally located Inn. Museums, Art Districts, Old Port shops and most Restaurants are a 15-minute walk. The 5 room 1830's Inn with all private baths, queen size beds, and unique, non-pretentious country charm. Outstanding sleeping functionality is topped with a scrumptious breakfast. New to the Inn this year The Inn at Park spring Suite ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Inn At Park Spring Hotel Portland
- The Inn At Park Spring Portland, Maine