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|Distance to city center||0.4 mi|
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The house and grounds were really interesting and Danica the host was warm and friendly.
Domenick and Linda are the most perfect hostesses, very friendly and knowledgeable about things to see and places to go in the area.
The decaf coffee tasted weird — sort of metallic. Could be because it was brand New and we were the first ever to use it.
I loved everything about this B&B. If you are looking for same old hotel room,with tv this is not your place. This place has history,personality, incredible food,amazing people,labryths of endless gardens,intellectual conversations, local used foods, and food grown right out back. I cannot say enough about this place. Dominika is an amazing cook,historian of maine, great stories,teach all about organic gardening,and never tries of helping people find exact places,events etc..to help people make the most of their stay. The house has an old beauty that only is found in Maine. Once inside you can feel its warmth,like your at home,it just has you looking at the endless nicnacs,shells,plants,herbs,books,on and on the stuff flows. You never get tired of venturing all over this lovely house to see all its uniqueness. But it doesn't end here. Once you step outside those amazing doors you encounter a one of a kind garden. You will find food,herbs,sunflowers, hastas that are 40 yrs old,black dahlias,omg every type of lily,evergreens,and flowers I've never seen and flowers you will fall in love with. The flower garden is a labryth of trails you follow lined with trees,flowers, butterflies, birds,bees an endless flow that you never know what's at the end. I found tables,firepits,greenhouses,hammocks,lounge chairs,and a one of a kind tree house with an extraordinary view of the gardens and overlooking valley. We got lost for 2 hours in this amazing garden. We also found Linda hidden at the end of one of these trails. She is a library of intellect,history,flowers etc.. I'm not going to reveal all about these amazing ladies cause I want you to find out for yourselves. Once done with the garden we entered the kitchen to meet people from Germany,Texas, Kentucky. Along with incredible smells of food,fresh made jams,jellies,gravies,tea,coffee. The conversations are never ending.
Our only thing was next time we are getting the room with the bathroom but it's our own fault for booking last minute in the high tourist season. Didnt get to stay longer.
Ambiance and owners were great. Beautiful flower gardens and places to "chill" behind the house as well. Especially enjoyed the company of the very friendly dog and cat. Will return.
With a stay at Le Vatout in Waldoboro, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Damariscotta Lake and Frances Perkins Center. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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