Pros: Love the cozy country setting! Breakfast was superb!
Pros: Lovely B&B in a beautiful historical home. Host was very friendly and breakfast was delicious!
Cons: The bed was very hard. :(
Pros: The Inn keepers Doreen & Cole were wonderful! They made our stay comfortable and fun. The breakfast was delicious! We enjoyed a delightful, substantial meal with engaging, interesting conversations with fellow patrons. The accommodations were lovely!
Cons: No. We will definitely visit again to see Doreen, Cole & Elliot ( the cat )!
If I ever get to be in the area again there is a 100% chance that I will be back. Thank you so much for everything
Pros: I loved everything about the George Perley house but if I had to choose one it would be the owners. They are such a sweet and caring couple making sure we'd always have everything we need. They make you feel home and like you are part of them.
Cons: I loved everything like I said....some people might be not too happy with the location since it is in a tiny tiny town but it is just a few miles off the I95 and so worth a stay
On 12 acres of forest, this Gray, Maine B&B is in a building that dates back to 1830. A full country breakfast featuring Maine blueberries is served every morning. Cable TV and a sitting area are featured in each air-conditioned room at George Perley House B&B. A private bathroom comes with a hairdryer and a bathrobe. Certain rooms feature a view of the grounds. Guests can enjoy nature by hiking in the bed and breakfast’s surroundings or relaxing in the on-site garden. Free parking is available, and George Perley House B&B also has an airport shuttle. Pineland Farms, featuring cross-country skiing, is only 1.5 miles from the bed and breakfast, which is a 20-minute drive from Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. Maine Wildlife Park, featuring wild moose, is a 14-minute drive away.