See why so many travelers make Quaker Tavern B&B - Inn their bed and breakfast of choice when visiting Falmouth. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a charming setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at Quaker Tavern B&B - Inn provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Quaker Tavern B&B - Inn.
If you’re looking for a pub, consider a visit to Maddens Pub & Grill, which is not far from Quaker Tavern B&B - Inn.
If you are interested in exploring Falmouth, check out one of the parks, such as Walton Park and Presumpscot Falls Park.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Quaker Tavern B&B - Inn as you experience all of the things Falmouth has to offer.
If you want to know the history of the area and you want to tell your friends you stayed in a very old house, this is the place to stay. The proprietor, Ms. Donna Little, is a fountain of information as well as the owner of this historic house. Each room has its own characteristic style and it was interesting to go in each room to see the unique bed with the beautifully handcrafted quilt and to look out the beveled window panes to see the huge expanse of woods surrounding the property.
A unique place to stay. Comfortable, relaxed and just plain easy going. Anyone who enjoys a touch of history wouldn't mind staying here since it's listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Donna truly makes the inn what it is, however, with great food (lots of organics) and friendly, cheerful conversation. The inn just feels right.
The character of the Quaker Tavern B and B is unmistakably refreshing, green, and steeped in history. Donna has ensured that all guests wake up to sample organic soaps, foods, and go to sleep with a very comfortable comforter. Breakfast featured fresh organic eggs done any way we wanted, her signature waffles, a rhubarb crisp originating from her own rhubarb patches, bread and bagels from Scratch Bakery..it was delicious. Location is perfect if you want to partake of Portland, nearby towns north of the city, and also be in a country-like setting.
This is the real deal when it comes to going back to the 1800s, the house is 88% original with wide board floors, double hung 18 pane original glass windows, antiques and memorabilia complete with magazines and books in the library that will take you back in time. The innkeeper is very pleasant, gregarious and does an outstanding job with breakfast, including a kale omelet which I was a little timid to try, it tasted great and it was healthy.
I really don't have anything new to add; I read each of the 25 reviews which preceded mine before writing this, and agree that they accurately represent Quaker Tavern and it's proprietress. I am just providing my voice of confirmation to the chorus of praises. We encountered many of the same scenarios other travelers mentioned, and they were easily accommodated as well, indicating that Donna is consistent, and treats all her guests as special. Perhaps one thing I can contribute is that one review in 2012 mentioned that there was no shaving mirror in one of the bathrooms. I used that bathroom on this trip, and I did notice that it now has a beautiful antique shaving mirror installed in it! To me, this represents that Donna a) listens to her guests' needs, and b) is…