the inn was on a very quiet side street of Freeport, able to walk to everything! The room was comfortable, had a fridge and microwave in the room. The innkeepers were extremely nice, much like friends you had never met before. Breakfast was very good and I had the good fortune to sit at the "chef's table", actually the kitchen where I watched breakfast being prepared and got to know the innkeepers. I will certainly stay there again when I am in that part of Maine!
Traveller from Boston, MA
Situated in Freeport, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Harrington House and Freeport Historical Society. LL …More
Location was vary good and the staff was very friendly, the room was clean and comfortable but the hallways and comin areas did not look like they have been vacuumed in a long long time giving the place a dirty look
Traveller from FL
Situated in Freeport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 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
"Nice Hotel close to Freeport and Shopping Outlets"
Check in went smoothly; room on ground floor was a good size and well laid out; had a refrigerator and microwave (extra points). Hotel offers self-serve continental breakfast of good quality. Ten minute drive to shopping outlets and variety of restaurants. We had a " Monterey " style foggy day so could not do much in our one day. The next day we went to Portland Headlights park which was great - as was that next day!!
Traveller from Australia
Situated in a shopping district, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Eartha and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Wilbur's of Maine …More
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.