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This historic hotel is lovely and they've done an excellent job restoring it. The history behind the hotel makes it even more interesting. Rooms are decorated in period style. Great customer service and pleasant attitudes.
I'm a sucker for historical buildings and friendly people. This building has been restored from the early 1900's. They put a lot of effort into making it look authentic for the time period, including the furniture, but made modern modifications (including private bathrooms for each...More
This inn was restored fairly recently to reflect when it was a stop on the railroad running to Waterville. Of course, it is updated with WiFi, TV and modern baths. It is mainly staffed with volunteers. Overall, the hotel is very clean and everyone very...More
This is a charmingly restored old hotel. It is a community project, and community pride shows in the results. Our three night group stay was a quilting retreat for a dozen long-term friends. We were treated like royalty. The meals were home-made, but definitely not...More
We rented the rooms at this charming bed and breakfast for our wedding party and parents. The rooms are decorated with antique furniture, the beds were comfortable, and the bathrooms efficient. The best part of this hotel is the welcoming nature and hospitality of the...More
The volunteer staff is pretty accommodating, but I did not feel like there was a strong possibility of this (afternoon tea), even though breakfast is done well, and they do have experience with other events, involving food... More
The volunteer staff is pretty accommodating, but I did not feel like there was a strong possibility of this (afternoon tea), even though breakfast is done well, and they do have experience with other events, involving food.
Auntie Em's does a tea, after tour of vintage clothing, literally down the street and around the corner. Look her up.
I would also recommend checking out Our Daily Bread bakery in Barnes, just to the west of Waterville.
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