Captain Briggs House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 8 Maple Avenue, Freeport, Maine, 04032, United States | B&B
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCaptain Briggs House Bed and Breakfast Freeport

      Reviewed by rollingstone54

      A haven in the shopping mecca of Freeport

      Reviewed Jul 1, 2014
      by (6 reviews) Halifax , Canada Flag of Canada

      Captain Briggs B & B on Maple Ave. in Freeport, Maine is hosted by Bev Tefer. We enjoyed our stay here in the Forget-Me-Not room. It was an adequate Queen bed with TV and attached ensuite. The only issue with this room is that one side of the bed was under the eave of the house and you had to remember to duck if you got up at night. Needless to say I slept on the eave-side of the bed, since I have a height restriction! There is Wifi and AC. One handy advantage of this Inn is that there was a fridge in the dining area where guests could store food - great for us since we had a cooler and needed to store food and re-freeze the ice packs. The Inn is charming and we were provided a great breakfast of French Toast and an apple cinnamon thingy appetizer. Coffee and tea were available at all times. Bev was also great with directions and helpful shopping hints. We were the king and queen of the inn as we were the only ones staying that night...we felt honored!

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