Came here 15-20 years ago; it was very nice. Came again in June of 2022; what a disappointment! The place is so run down. As if it was bought out and the new owners are deceiving guests with prior memories but are squeezing every dime out of it. The setting is gorgeous but the structures are dipapidated. wood on outdoor deck and walkways rotten; walk carefully for fear of falling through. dingy room. carpet worn out. room for two with one chair to sit on, like a rickety tiny elementary school chair rescued from a dump. Guests? dogs feces on the walkways and staff walks around no attempt to clean up. window screens with tears/holes and I visited early in the season 1st week in June. I'm tired of rethinking of my experience let me summarize with one picture (attached) In the bedroom there was an old decrepit lamp that would not light; I checked the wire and found that the plug was not inserted in the wall outlet. why wasn't it when they readied the room for my arrival? The reason why was obvious: there was no protective plug there just the wire ending in the two plug prongs, bare prongs. there was no way to hold and insert this 'plug' into the outlet without electrocuting yourself! Shameful and criminal.…
Excellent overall experience. We got married on the lawn & had dinner on the private deck. The room was spacious & comfortable and the service was friendly, quick, & very accommodating. We will be returning for our 1-year anniversary!
Beautiful location with stunning views of the bay, boats and islands across the water. There are multiple housing options but we rated in one of the lodges -several rooms in one building. Despite most of the rooms in the lodge being occupied, it was wonderfully quiet. Each room has a balcony facing the water. The space is well-planned with sitting area slightly separated from bed. Bathroom is spacious, well-lit with both large bath and a shower. On the grounds are 2 heated pools (I swam in one which despite 58 degrees outdoor temps, was very comfortable, allowing me to swim laps for some time ). There are also nice hiking trails right from the resort -great for exercise and dog walks. We didn’t use the recreation room but guests with kids will appreciate the many areas for playing outside and indoors. The resort is just a short distance from the lovely town of Boothbay Harbor, where we went for dinners, morning coffee and strolls with more stunning views of the bay. We had 2 lunches at the the Salt Stag, the resort restaurant - good food and very generous portions. Summary - a great location for couples, friends and families. Highly recommend it.…
Initially, we could not get into room. After waiting a couple of hours they gave us a different room, an upgrade, but not the ocean cottage room and view we wanted. Because a prior guest had broken the entry door to the room we scheduled 8 months in advance. The room we ended up getting, the bathroom floors were so slick when wet after a shower, that my wife sipped and fell on her shoulder. We told the manager and nothing was done except to ask us if she was OK. We're not the type to sue, but at least a small compensation / refund on the price of the room could have been offered.
From the moment you drive up and first see the Resort you immediately fell relaxed. The staff is very kind and pleasant. Our cottage room was large and very well maintained. The views of the ocean will last a lifetime.
I had the pleasure of visiting this beautiful resort in July of this year. Such a fun and inviting atmosphere. I especially loved the pool with the views of the ocean and the sunset in the evening. The food was top notch and the best lobster Mac n cheese around. 10/10 would absolutely recommend and cannot wait to visit again .
New management for our daughter's wedding there. Much better than the last crew in there back in March 2022 when this planning began. We were up there the last week they were open, so it was really laid back and the weather was good 4 out of the 6 days there.
The location is fantastic, however our cottage was awful. The carpeting was old. Furniture was musty. The cottages are in desperate need of updating. I expected more for an almost $400 room. Would not recommend.
Absolutely gorgeous resort inn. This is our second year in a row visiting this time of year, and the views of the water, sunsets, trees and landscaping make wonderful memories. The staff is incredibly helpful, especially housekeeping, maintenance and the grounds. We stayed in the Pelican cottage this year and Little Spruce cottage last year and loved them - the design and furnishings have been updated with old school Maine coastal charm - perfect. Will be planning next year’s visit soon.
First and foremost, the view and the privacy of the entire resort is incredible, you feel removed from everything which was really nice. The restaurants on-site were delicious - we did dinner at Whiteclover and breakfast at the Salty Stag. It was really nice to sit by the water, sip a cocktail, and enjoy the quiet. We also walked around the grounds in the afternoon - a beautiful property. These positives, however, were overshadowed by the price of the accommodations in relation to what was provided. Our room was very small and dingy - the bathroom was not fit for an average-sized person (our knees practically hit the sink when sitting on the toilet). The shower didn't drain. The furniture was outdated and the paint was peeling. There were stains on the carpet. The screendoor to go onto the patio constantly went off its track. The website also promised of a queen bed, but was very clearly full-sized. Overall, we were disappointed with the resort and while we loved exploring Boothbay, we are confident we would never return to Spruce Point Inn.…
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