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What a very welcoming and comfortable B&B! This was our first trip to the NE and we found everyone really very friendly and great hosts.
The Inn is very tastefully decorated and furnished with older pieces of furniture; it even has a baby grand piano...More
The Inn is a very great place to stay. Nice accommodations, wonderful breakfast, great neighborhood within walking distance of the port and all downtown activities. Buddy and his staff really know how to make you feel at home. Definitely a place to stay if you...More
We ha e been to MANY B&B's over the last 40 years, but this takes the cake, (or should I say the Sweet Potato Pan Cakes).
From the start to the end of our stay, Deb was there to help carry our luggage to answering...More
Fantastic B&B. Rooms very comfortable. The house has been restored beautifully. Breakfast delicious. Bud and Debra could not have been more helpful. Great location - restaurants and all the sights nearby. Thank you for a lovely stay.
The Inn at Park Spring is a great place to stay while in Portland, ME. It's located a short walk from the Old Port area, a very walkable part of town with lots of seafood restaurants and shops. The Inn is in a restored row...More
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US$114 - US$321 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I do not think it is pet friendly, but it wasn't a concern of mine. I paid 200 a night for room number 2. Our friends paid 190 a night for room number one. The rooms were comparable. Mine had a bath; theirs had only a large... More
I do not think it is pet friendly, but it wasn't a concern of mine. I paid 200 a night for room number 2. Our friends paid 190 a night for room number one. The rooms were comparable. Mine had a bath; theirs had only a large shower. Those 2 rooms are next door to each other.We were on the second floor.
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"You should be aware that there are a lot of steps up to the front door of the Inn and then more stairs inside..."