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We stayed at the Meeting House section of the inn which is a couple of doors down from the main inn. We were on the second floor corner unit with 2 comfortable twin beds. Spread felt like new and sheets were super soft. Room #26,...More
As usual the EastWind Inn is more beautiful than ever, Randy is absolutely a true gentleman, we will make our reservation again for 2017. Thank you Randy for your kindness. Laura and Phil Nannen PS the breakfast on the porch is beyond lovely.
If you have a mental picture of what a coastal Maine inn should be, this is it.
Views from the porch of the meeting house were always different depending on the clouds, the boats rocking at anchor and the lovely late afternoon sun. We certainly...More
We spent a week at the inn with our daughters during mid-August. The apartment was perfect for our family of four, especially the fantastic deck overlooking the harbor. The breakfasts were delicious, and we tried very hard to sample everything during our stay.
Drove up to Maine to get some blueberries. After 5 hours of craxy drivers, we decided to hang out overnight before returning. Great idea. The East Wind is the quintessential inn for a taste of what life used to be along the Maine coast. Overlooking...More
Bar Harbor is roughly 97 miles/ 2.5 hours away from Tenants Harbor, where the Inn is located. It is a beautiful drive along Route One with potential stops in the coastal towns of Camden and Belfast... More
Bar Harbor is roughly 97 miles/ 2.5 hours away from Tenants Harbor, where the Inn is located. It is a beautiful drive along Route One with potential stops in the coastal towns of Camden and Belfast.
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"A view of Tenants Harbor and the lobster fleet is nice"