Peacock House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... did know it is the home of Ganong Chocolates, we certainly had our share on the very interesting tour and films with past principals, to this day it is family owned. Large newer factory away from downtown but the old building is used for other purposes and a large museum and oh did I mention CHOCOLATES !!
Anyway another interesting day then off to the campsite and reality yes laundry oh a beer and a cider to break up the monontany.
... House where were staying for two nights. Turned out there weren't any options for dinner as the few restaurants in town weren't open on Wednesday night! Fortunately, we ran into Jim, the owner of the Water Street Tavern. He said he was opening the following day and we promptly made reservations for a window table.
Monica's Chocolates had been recommended and since we all enjoy a bite (or more) of chocolate, we stopped. The shop is in an old ...
... sign and was tucked away down a dirt road in the woods. The parking lot was just a clearing in the trees and the small stone bungalow was almost buried in the bushes. We walked into the miniscule tasting room and were rudely addressed by the owner saying she was busy and we would have to wait. We waited a little bit (long enough to Yelp the next closest winery, Catherine Hill) and left that place in the dust.
Catherine Hill was only a ...
... from the Lighthouse Museum was handling the B & B duties. We were thrilled to stay in the nautically themed apartment, The Yeaton. After dinner and a nightcap of Rummy, we slept comfortably. Lulled into dreamland by the gentle sounds of Maine's howling winds and crashing waves.
The next morning, we were up early to witness the sunrise at West Quoddy Head Lighthouse. ...
... is now a sort of visitor center) was having new siding done. The tide was out and it dropped down 26 feet! We had just learned about the Bay of Fundy in Canada that drops 37 feet. It would be neat to see it come back in but we moved on.
Our plan was to have lobster for dinner, but instead we ended up at a family restaurant and had clams and fish. Lobster will wait for tomorrow.
We were ...