Will definitely return with confidence next time I travel north with my canine Kate. What a pleasure to find a well priced, highway accessible, hotel that accepts pets, en-route to my more northern destination. Even better, the room was large, comfortable with all the conveniences, good coffee maker, fridge, microwave. Excellent space for luggage to be accessible during my stay. The room was clean, fresh and had no prior animal residue that I could detect (I notice these things!) Bathroom recently upgraded and again a pleasure to get ready in. Set back far enough from road to have a comfortable safe walk about with Kate on lead. There is a Cafe in an adjacent building. It's really good and I noticed most of the regulars were from town. Their parking area was full at breakfast with in-state patrons.
Traveller from Old Saybrook CT
Situated in Freeport, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Eartha and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Wilbur's of Maine Chocolate …More
Hotel is just off I-295 exit 20 at the beginning of Freeport. Room was pleasant with a spacious, modern bathroom. Fresh-baked cookies were a plus upon checking in as is the 24-hour availability of fresh coffee. In the room with a king-sized bed, the presence of the sofa bed provided an extra bit of space for lounging. Nice to have a regular thermostat to control room temperature as well. Overall a very good value for the money (at least in December).
Traveller from Maryland
Situated in Freeport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Wilbur's of Maine Chocolate Confections, Harrington House, and …More
We were there for two nights, we only ate breakfast there one morning. The pickings were very slim, we went around 8:30am. There was 2 bagels and one slice of bread, there were hard boiled eggs but they were broken inside the container. We did make ourselves a waffle, and that was great.
Traveller from Boston, MA
Situated in Freeport, this motel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Wilbur's of Maine Chocolate Confections, Harrington House, and …More
Came after a football game. Had afternoon tea,and went to the room to light the fireplace. Had a wonderful dinner in the restaurant with friends. Then changed to go to LLBEAN to shop. What an idealike fall day!! I highly recommend it.
Traveller from Massachusetts
Opened in 1984 as a bed and breakfast the Harraseeket Inn was built by a Maine family with a history of innkeeping that goes …More
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Main Street’s historic buildings house upscale outlet shops and Freeport’s own L.L. Bean which is open 24 hours. Patrons dine while learning about Maine’s history at Jameson Tavern, the birthplace of Maine. Hikers enjoy coastal views at Wolfe’s Neck Woods and sunbathers find their way to Winslow Park’s beach on Casco Bay. At the Desert of Maine visitors learn what overproduction does to fertile farmland.