Fireside Inn & Suites Ocean'S Edge

Address: 159 Searsport Ave, Belfast, Maine, 04915-7100, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 159 Searsport Ave, Belfast, is near Penobscot Marine Museum, Moose Point State Park, Perry's Nut House, and Coyote Moon.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Fireside Inn & Suites Ocean'S Edge Belfast

          Extra Touches


          Everything was just perfect! Loved the extra touches like extra pillows, nightlight in bathroom, newspaper at the door. The beds were wonderful!

          Love the View!


          My stay at the Belfast Comfort Inn was most comfortable! The beds are so comfortable, and the extra pillows are great! All of the staff was very friendly and helpful! The maintenance man even cleaned my car off after a snow storm. Thanks again to all!





          What a wonderful stay! We will surely be back. The staff was just wonderful. They are so friendly, and we know that smiles go a long way!

          Great housekeeping


          I stayed one night and enjoyed it .

          I brought 3 others to stay with me one adult and two childeren .The staff was really nice to Them. they enjoyed the pool and the breakfast. the room was really nice and easy to book since we just walked in.

          thanks again mindy

          A Highlight Of Our Trip


          Our stay was in October, 2004. The Ocean's Edge was one of numerous hotels we stayed in on our 10-day Fall Colors vacation. I rank it as one of the Top 3 places we stayed, the other 2 being B&Bs.

          We had a room on the top floor (there are 3 floors, with one floor being below the main floor) with a balcony. We had great weather and the view was gorgeous! The hotel seemed pretty full as it was during the fall color season. We had "neighbors" on one side of our room and below but we found it to be quiet. It was very clean in our room and in the common areas, the staff was cheerful and eager to help answer any questions.

          The complimentary breakfast was excellent! They had belgium waffle makers, toasters with bread, english muffins and bagels, assorted muffins, dry and hot cereal, fruit, milk, juice, coffee and tea. It was a serve yourself set up, but there was a nice lady to keep everything well stocked and tidy.

          Friendly, Immaculate


          We traveled all over the USA and Europe and really enjoyed this Inn. The staff is friendly and helpful. The view is spectacular. The breakfast was excellent, and the Inn was immaculate. I also liked having a guest laundry.

          We'll be back!

          Great view but . . .


          We booked 2 nights here in August'04 based on good tripadvisor reviews and fair prices. The room was very clean, the staff friendly, and the view beautiful. Unfortunately the hotel is poorly constructed so that it is very noisy in the room. The first night we were kept up for hours by noisy neighbors above us who had kids running around and jumping in the room. I spoke to the front desk in the morning. The man was extremely polite and assured me they were moving out that day. The second night was quieter, but still we heard every door open and close, hallway conversations, showers running, toilets flushing, and dogs barking.

          Great Hotel Great Staff


          The staff is wonderfully accommodating. They were exceptionally friendly and competent. The room was spotlessly clean. They even have a game room and indoor pool to entertain the kids. The free breakfast was nice, too. I just can't say enough good things about the staff.

          Ocean's Edge is aptly named


          Very clean and updated rooms, great continental breakfast, the restaurant was superior and better than many that we have tried in the area. Balcony overlooking the ocean is grat even in the winter.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Fireside Inn & Suites Ocean'S Edge Belfast

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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