We selected this Inn based on the excellent reviews. It was as described and more. Trip was built around a bike ride for 3 of us across the Casco Bay bridge and around Scarborough, South Portland, and Cape Elizabeth. That was fantastic, but more about the Inn. David, the innkeeper, was kind enough to store our bikes in the basement so that we could relax and enjoy the city our first night. David is a great guy and steered us in the direction of probably one of the best restaurants we've ever eaten at. We ended up eating at the same place both nights. Caiola's on Pine Street. Ooh la la! We stayed in the McGuire room. It was lovely and had all the amenities I was hoping for. A beautifully furnished room with a very comfortable bed, and luxurious sheets. A jar of chocolates on the table (who wouldn't like that), a little fridge with bottled water, nice television with DVD player and probably 100 DVD's to choose from on a bookcase in the hallway. There was a room on the second floor for us to gather (since we were two couples) that had tea and coffee available all hours of the day, and a plate of cookies the first day and mouthwatering brownies the second (we were only there for 2 days). The bath products were wonderful, and the towels smelled so good we had to ask what the fragrance was. It was lavender and vanilla. I can't go into too much detail about the breakfast or I will be writing all day. Fabulous is the best word to describe. Just try it for yourself, you won't be disappointed. Great location nestled among the big old homes of the west end.
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