Very nicely decorated, nice staff, spotless, great gym and pool area. Parking right across the street and plenty of it. There's a nice memorial park right next door to enjoy a little down time at. There are train tracks right behind the hotel, but the few times the train went by it was pretty quiet, barely registers, so it shouldn't bother you. Freeport town center is known for LL Bean and their outlet shopping, it's all within walking distance, 2 blocks. I was honestly a bit disappointed that their buffet breakfast cost $10.95 pp, I would have expected it to be included with the hotel cost given the room cost. Skip the hotel breakfast & walk up the block to Isabella's Cafe & Bakery for about the same cost as the hotel breakfast. Try their sticky bun french toast or loaded hash, both are amazing! There are plenty of places to eat in town, but I advise getting out of town and enjoy eating lunch or dinner on the waterfront. A short 8min/2.9mi drive head over to Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster Company for low key picnic dining, outside and inside, right on the water at the town wharf. Average pricing, the food is great and the scenery is wonderful, BYOB.
Located in the heart of Freeport, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Theater of Awesome, LL Bean Flagship Store, and …More
We have stayed here before because it is midway between places we like to visit. I was somewhat disappointed because it was not as clean on this visit. The tub was stained in a dirt color and the comforter was also stained. It was not bright white like I think it should be. White linens in a motel need to be bright white not dirty white.
Traveller from New York State
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
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.