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Andy was a wealth of knowledge about the area and gave us several local maps, upon which he drew lines in felt marker to show the best way to get there, with all sorts of great suggestions. We took our breakfast trays to cafe tables...More
Tucked in an upscale neighborhood surrounded by trees, this beauty welcomes it’s guest with a profusion of Rhododendron blossoms. We arrived late in evening, fairy lights danced through the trees and Tanglewood was warmly lit to welcome it’s guest. Even with the late hour we...More
Inn at Tanglewood Hall is charming from the front gates to the gardens and throughout the entire building. The grounds and house evoke the Victorian era complete with cozy nooks for reading and relaxing. The inn is a beautiful building, warm and welcoming, with Su...More
Great find! The house is from the "Cottage Era" and is loaded with period charm. With only six suites, this offers a true B&B experience. Our suite consisted of a sitting room, a bedroom and an enclosed porch. It was quite spacious, and while we...More
Upon our arrival we were greeted by Andy and Su at the door and from that point on they were awesome hosts to our stay. The room and accommodations were as advertised. Breakfast provided both days were culinary delights we had never tried before and...More
The Cliff Walk is just around the corner from us and the Fisherman's Walk extends from there. We have written directions. You can begin to see Nubble Lighthouse in about 5 minutes if you walk along the beach just north of... More
The Cliff Walk is just around the corner from us and the Fisherman's Walk extends from there. We have written directions. You can begin to see Nubble Lighthouse in about 5 minutes if you walk along the beach just north of us because it is on a peninsula. Driving out to it is about 3 miles. There are some shops in York Village and more touristy shops in York Beach. We are in the quieter historic section of York Harbor which is in between. We are on 1A which runs along the coast. Su
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"We stayed in the "library room," (one room) but we saw that the "York Harbor Suite" had..."