It's almost as if the small Bed and Breakfasts paradises of the 1960's were resurrected and given a polish and restoration job. The beds are classic and lavish, by means of pillows and spreads. The wallpaper and windows are very Raold Dahl meets Ken Adams. Many accentuated charms.
All the rooms are nice if you take a peak. But I'll make it clear that we paid for the best (and it was a great deal). We stayed at the Master's Suite, Room #8, that was a marvel, a delight. It had it's own drawing room with couch, desk and television. Great if you're a nighttime vegetable like me. I probably had the best sleep I had all year in that bed. I also took a dunk in the old-fashioned bathtub.
Downstairs had complimentary breakfast (get up before 9:30!). I loved this very personal, distinctive plate of apricot scone, watermelon and entree french toast with unbeatable lemon curd, and lots of east coast teas. I enjoyed the company I had with the innkeeper Henry, lots of fun talks about the work of Nicolas Roeg and David Lynch! I love the Maine people! The lighthouses! The fresh lobster! And the "Pomegranate Inn!"More
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