Enchanted Nights B&B
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Historical Traveler Reviews Enchanted Nights B&B Kittery
This place was horrible. The innkeepers were strange. Felt uneasy and the place was messy. I dont know how anyone could have enjoyed a stay here. Do yourself a favor and stay at one of the hotels down the road!!
This place was awesome!!!! My girlfriend and I wanted a nice little place to stay while we went to Maine to do some shopping, and Enchanted Nights gave us that and so much more. The rooms were absolutely beautiful , especially the one we stayed in which was called the "Sweet Dreams" room. The bed was amazingly comfortable, the hot tub was great and the whimsicly decorations and beautiful paintings were wonderful.
Very clean place, and the breakfast was absolutely delicious. The innkeepers were very helpful and extremely friendly. We actually got lost on our way there and via cell phone, the inn keeper helped us find our way there. We will definately go back, again and again!!!!!!
This place is wonderful! Our room was beautiful and comfortable. Our host was kind and very helpful with suggestions of places to go. And the location is perfect with easy access to the outlets or the beach. I would stay here anytime!
We found our home away from home! This is such a comfortable place, good home cooked vegetarian breakfast, friendly staff, and beautiful decor! Very clean, and such pretty linens, time was taken with the decorating. Such a unique and magical place!!!
This place was horrible. The breakfast was bad and served only at one time. The room and entire place was falsely advertised. There were no curtains on the bathroom only blinds which you could see through at night. It was muggy and humid in our room. The innkeepers would not provide us with an air conditioner that was already supposed to be in the room. The place was messy and I felt unsure and unwelcome. Overall very poor hospitality. We had to leave one night early because it was too hot in the room and did not receive a refund. I suppose the outside was to be undergoing renovation...It was a mess. All muddy and the grass was not cut. I would not recommend this place to anyone. If my review saves one person from making the mistake of staying here it will be worthwhile. There are many beautiful inns on the seacoast in souhern maine and northern new hampshire dont make the mistake of staying here.
I know other people staying at the same time as us felt the same way as we do.
The most beautiful Bed and Breakfast we could've picked. Rooms were gorgeous and the owners couldn't have been more pleasant and warm. This is a lovely establishment representing the beautiful coast of Maine.
We're planning a trip this spring!
Our stay was nothing less than perfect! Gracious hosts and the best breakfast we have ever had at a B&B! The decor was romantic and whimsical. They will definately be seeing us again!
Like staying with old friends
Was like staying with old friends; very pet friendly; FILLED with interesting antiques; each room totally different--ecclectic; very comfortable bed; excellent coffee, turnovers & conversation.
Dirty, messy and unfinished
This B&B is not enchanted, we wouldn ever stay there again. The sheets were horrible, the room unfinished, and very unpleasant. We left as early as we could in the morning. Do not stay there.
This place looks good on the web, But this place should be condemed. I can not say anything good about this place. I can not believe anyone would stay there.
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have kept in touch with each other over the years, occasionally getting
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