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When you stay at Clary Lake Bed and Breakfast in Jefferson, you'll be 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Hidden Valley Nature Center. Featured amenities include luggage storage, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very nice Continental Breakfast. Wonderful hosts.
Pros: We liked having our own bathroom. Breakfast had some nice homemade items that made it special. Owners were supper nice. We would stay there again.
Pros: Friendliness of hosts.
Cons: Steep stairs.
Pros: Lovely bed and breakfast experience off the beaten path in Maine. Within walking distance of the picturesque Clary Lake and short drive from Maine's beautiful coast. The continental breakfast was refreshing and filling with blueberries fresh from the garden and warm homemade muffins. Our hosts Linda and Rick were friendly, helpful, and welcoming!
Pros: Very nice and sweet hosts. Almost like visiting family. Very comfortable bed and room. Delicious breakfast, prepared with love!
Cons: The constant running fan which had to blow against the toilet for no obvious reason.
Pros: Linda and Rick thought of everything a guest would need for their stay. They are incredibly friendly and welcoming. Our room was huge, and affordable, beds were very comfortable. Couldn’t ask for a better bed and breakfast.
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
Pros: Your hosts will keep in mind your schedule for the time there and accommodate for allergies and diets when making breakfast. The parking lot is large and accessible as well as the property being beautiful.
Cons: I think the location is a bit off the beaten path and the first time you go there it can be hard to find because the gps stops just shy of the address.
Pros: Very clean rooms and friendly owners. I enjoyed my morning walk and sipping coffee while sitting in comfy chairs under large trees, kids enjoyed the playground.
Pros: Everything, especially the hosts who made me most welcome. The location was ina quiet rural area which suited me fine.
Pros: Tasty continental breakfast (fruit salad with fruit from the garden, blueberry muffins, yogurt etc.), clean, lovely room, gracious host, and great location for mid-coast Maine travel
With a stay at Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast in Washington, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Damariscotta Lake and Clary Lake. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: It was so clean. My wife has unusual senses for smell and she said all she could smell was the "smell of new wood" even though the building was eight years old.
Cons: Couldn't find anything I did not like.
Pros: Clyde and Debbie were so warm and friendly. The setting was so peaceful, and the atmosphere was very comfortable. A very special B&B for sure! Carolle-Ann
Pros: Lovely friendly sumptuous
Pros: Everything was excellant and perfect.
Pros: Deb is the best! Blueberry coffee cake is the best!!!!! Definitely will be back!!
Pros: Comfortable; immaculate; excellent food; great hospitality!
Cons: No negative comments.
Pros: Very clean and super comfy
Cons: That even though I booked for me and two kids. I had to pay for an extra guest.
Pros: The house and grounds were beautiful. large porch to sit and watch the hummingbirds, wild turkeys and cows in the distance. breakfast was fantastic, fresh muffins with your coffee while you wait for your made-to-order breakfast. fresh baked cookies always available! tourist attractions and coastal towns are within easy reach as well.
Cons: The sounds of our voices seemed to be amplified in the main greatroom and on the porch, so we needed to take extra care in being a little quieter. the weather was fantastic however, so all the windows were open as well. (small price to pay for great weather!)
Pros: Very quiet and comfortable. Food was great too! Washington, ME is easy to get to but seems very remote. The stars were unbelievable with no light pollution to interfere. The Inn sits directly in front of a blueberry field as the name infers and the blueberry's we're ready for picking! We'd go back.
Cons: Nothing not to like.
Pros: Everything from the food to the room and the owners was great.
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.
Pros: Domenick and Linda are the most perfect hostesses, very friendly and knowledgeable about things to see and places to go in the area.
Cons: The decaf coffee tasted weird — sort of metallic. Could be because it was brand New and we were the first ever to use it.
Pros: 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.
Cons: 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.
Pros: The innkeeper is very friendly. Breakfast with the other gests was pleasant
Cons: When I booked was not at all clear that the bathroom was shared.Otherwise I would have never booked this accommodation. We were lucky the other room was free, but anyway we had to go out of the room to go to the bathroom.No possibility to lock the room. No choise for breakfast and not much food. No coffee facilities. Costs too much for what it offers
Cons: Small. Old but not charming. Poor mattress. Very limited breakfast choice.
Pros: 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.