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November is our favorite time, even though cold outside. No bugs, no crowds, and a locals type personality. Very fear restaurants open, so plan well. The warf has a great menu but only open till 2:00. The brewery in town open 4 days and only...More
the location was great. the room was very clean. the restaurant was bad. i ordered broiled shrimp, it looked boiled. the server sent it back, they threw garlic in, and rolled it around in a skillet. i sent it back again. tried the fish and...More
I initially booked our room on line and chose the room by price. When we checked in, I found that wasn't a good idea. The chosen room backed up to the restaurant kitchen, and the front window overlooked the corner of the restaurant deck. It...More
We stayed in this former sardine cannery on the waterfront in Lubec, the easternmost town in the United States, on two nights in September. Our room was plain, but comfortable with a view of the dock and water. The young woman who checked us in...More
Had 9 days vacation this Fall to New England. Of all of the hotels I visited , the Inn at the Wharf was the Best and the icing on the cake was it was the cheapest place I stayed at.
They gave the three of...More
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They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above... More
They have two retrofitted Condos and I was in one of them on the lower level which was a one room motel like unit. I believe that the main floor was a two or three bedroom unit since it sounded like there was an army above me walking around and talking all the time. The interior walls and upper floor had poor if any sound proofing.