The Captain's Watch Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Captain's Watch Bed and Breakfast Harpswell
Excellent location on the river, with a wrap-around porch and comfortable seating. Comfortable furniture throughout the B&B, including bed, and attractively renovated (Victorian). The host is affable without being intrusive.
The Captain's Watch Inn could be a great guesthouse except for a few things:
Though hotels.com confirmed my reservation, the innkeeper had no knowledge of it.
Although there's a ceiling fan, there's no air conditioning.
They do not make up your room until after you leave.
Weak shower, no shampoo, conditioner.
No restaurant within walking distance.
The noisy dog might not bother some people.
It's not very expensive ($93/night) and there's little competition, so I would consider it good value-for-money, despite its shortcomings. But you should consider the season.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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