Stayed there last night. We travel a lot and found the Freeport Village Inn just average. Someone else posted it is like a Motel 6. That is close as far as decor is concerned, but it was way cleaner than any Motel 6. We found it quiet and close to the shopping areas of Freeport. Many reviewers raved about the made to order breakfast. I would not say that was the case. The full pot of self-serve coffee was completely cold and undrinkable. Finally a pot of hot coffee arrived. Lou approached our table and said "I'm listening." This is how our breakfast order was taken. To another diner he said "what do you want?" No warm greeting. No explanation of what was available. Perhaps Lou and Jackie were just having a bad day, because the experience we had and I suspect of the other guests today at breakfast was not as others have described. That being said, I asked for eggs over medium and got scrambled eggs instead. So much for the made to order breakfast. I was late in booking a room for this very busy fall "leaf peeper" weekend, and this was the last room available in the area. I would not intentionally choose the Village Inn again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Motel-style lodging accommodations with a full breakfast served. We are conveniently located within walking distance of downtown Freeport, the many fine restaurants, shops, and L.L. Bean store. Within a very short drive, of the Village Inn, you'll be able to enjoy the beauty of Casco Bay, climb Bradbury Mountain, play golf, tour the Desert of Maine and much more. Non-smoking rooms and on-site parking. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Village Inn Freeport, Maine