Greenleaf Inn at Boothbay Harbor

Address: 65 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, Maine, 04538, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 65 Commercial Street, Boothbay Harbor, is near Coastal Maine Botanical Garden, Cabbage Island Clambakes, Opera House at Boothbay Harbor, and Musical Wonder House.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Greenleaf Inn at Boothbay Harbor

      Greenleaf Inn -Our second home

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      We have been vacationing in Boothbay Harbor for 26 years, and for the last 4 years we look forward to "going home" to the Greenleaf Inn. The innkeeper, Jeff, does a superior job operating the inn. His breakfasts are fabulous, the inn is spotless, the views are breathtaking from any of his well appointed rooms.We enjoy the comfortable atmosphere year round. Whether we're gathered around the warm fireplace with friends, or relaxing on the wicker porch furniture watching the activities of the harbor, the Greenleaf is our favorite get away destination.

      Year after Year - It gets better and better

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      This summer will be our seventh year going to the Greenleaf Inn. Jeff has really done a lot of work there and it keeps getting better and better. Driving up and seeing Metro (Jeff's dog) run around the inn simply tells you you're home. Great breakfast, beautifully decorated rooms, and the best view in town.

      Perfect First-time B and B visit!

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      Read the reviews; went there; LOVED it! My husband and I stopped in and found one last room available - #3. Great bathroom with trompe l'oiel painting on the wall. Candles in the room were appreciated by me as was the chocolate in the downstairs hall by my husband. Cozy electric fireplace and great little balcony. Jeff and Metro weren't there, but it was capably staffed. Even the fellow laying the new floor in the sun room was friendly!

      If you don't want to hear the air-conditioner, just go the first week in September. THAT's the time to go. Cooler, fewer people and the air is crisp.

      Eat at the Fisherman's Co-op for that real Downeast experience!

      Simply The Best!

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      T he Greenleaf Inn was wonderful!! Jeff couldn't do enough to make our stay enjoyable. The location is perfect...we parked our car and didn't have to get back into it until we left four days later. We can't wait to return in the fall!!

      You should stay here

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      My experience was consistent with the other reviews. You can certainly tell Jeff takes a great pride in the place. The location can't be beat, and I don't think you will run across a better value. Here you get great views with a working hot tub and an excellent breakfast.The only caveat that keeps me from rating it a 5/5 is the air conditioning.

      While functional, the window unit was very loud. Time for the turn it on full blast the off trick in order to get a good nights sleep.Highly recommended.

      Simply the Best!

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      We have stayed in several B&B's throughout our travels but had never found the perfect combination of location, views, rooms, food, ambiance, and hospitality until Greenleaf. Jeff runs a first class Inn in every respect. We have already booked our next stay there and can't wait to get back!Highly recommended. You will have no regrets.

      A beautiful place to stay

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      We visited the Greenleaf Inn the week of 5/28 thorugh 6/4. The location is perfect for strolling thorugh town, visiting the water, or relaxing away from the bustle of everyday life. Compared to other B&B's the bathrooms here are huge and the extra touches that Jeff thinks of are not found anywhere else. We stayed in room 6 which has a private entrance, views straight to the water, a huge closet with refrigerator, and a marvelous bathroom. We have also stayed in room 3 which had a refrigerator, private balcony w/water view, and a huge bathroom. Every room here is gorgeous and the meals are wonderful. Jeff is a wonderful host and his dog metro is a real sweetie. We are already planning our next trip here!

      Greenleaf Inn: Outstanding B&B in Boothbay Harbor

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      This is a great B&B in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Walking distance to downtown,

      great views of the Harbor, rooms are eloquent and have A/C if you need it.

      Breakfast is one of the best you will have, Innkeeper (Jeff) is very personable

      and friendly. The Inn dog - Metro - is unobtrusive and adds to the relaxing atmosphere.

      If you have never been to the Greenleaf, I recommend that you try it.

      The best porch in Booth Bay Harbor

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      It could be in the dead of winter or a hot summer day, when we vistit The Greenleaf Inn, The porch is the place to be. People watching and the view of the harbor is our favorite pastime's. Jeff and Metro makes you feel welcome as soon as you walk though the door. We are looking forward to our 4th trip to the Greenleaf Inn and know that we will have a great time as always.

      Charming accomodation

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      We have visited Maine and stayed in Boothbay Harbor at the Greenleaf Inn on 3 visits. We are always made to feel welcome by Jeff and Metro and we love the special home from home feeling. The rooms are comfortable with very special touches and the breakfasts excellent. We love Maine and wish that it was nearer to our home in England. Jeff and Metro are welcoming hosts and we look forward to seeing them on our next visit

      TripAdvisor Reviews Greenleaf Inn at Boothbay Harbor

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      2 comments, 25 photos

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