Georgetown, ME 

Mooring Bed & Breakfast

 
132 Seguinland Rd
Georgetown, ME 04548-3635 US
(866)828-7343
(207)371-2790
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Rates: $120 to $200
Total Rooms: 5

Description

Circa 1895. Publicity and Awards: The Boston Globe, Worchester News, 55 plus Lifestyles in Florida, Wedding on The Today Show.Location: Ocean Community, Waterfront and Directly on the ocean.

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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $120 to $200
Payment types accepted include Master Card, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.
Rooms: This property has 5 total guest accommodations with private bath.
The types of beds available include Queen and Twin.

Policies

Minimum Stay Requirements: During the summer season 2 nights on the weekends
Cancellation: Full refund if cancelled 14 days prior to arrival. After that there will be no refund unless room is rented. $25.00 processing fee for all cancellations.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Snacks/Refreshments.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Full Breakfast, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Country Breakfast, Snacks/Refreshments, Catering Service, Coffee, tea, beverages are always available. The cookie jar is usually full and there may be an apple pie on the counter.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Reading Lamps, Clock Radio, Hair Dryer and Bath Amenities.
Amenities On Site: Bicycles, Library, Parlor Games, Computers, Phone, Limited Handicap Access, Television, VCR and DVD.
Business Traveler Amenities: Television, Hair Dryer, Daily Newspapers and Flexible Check in/out Times.

Activities

Events Hosted: Romantic Getaways and Beautiful wedding location.
Other Activities: Antiquing, Art Galleries, Beaches, Bicycling, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Sports Events, Major College, Tennis, Water Sports, Reid State Park, The village of Five Islands, Antique stores within a 20-mile radius, Maine Maritime Museum and Freeport for shopping.

Historic Interest

Built in the late 1800s. Bought by the innkeeper's great grandfather, Walter Reid, the donor of Reid State Park in 1895.
Historic Memberships: Local Historical Society and City Historical Society.

Romantic Interest

The inn is off the beaten path with a great view and has nice quiet spaces to relax.