Super 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area

Address: 506 US Route 1, Freeport, Maine, 04032, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 506 US Route 1, Freeport, is near L.L. Bean Factory Store, Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Freeport Shopping Outlets, and L.L. Bean Outdoor Discovery School.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area

      Reviewed by chris-fernie

      Who could ask for anything more!

      Reviewed Jul 16, 2014
      by (7 reviews) Nova Scotia , Canada Flag of Canada

      The off season rate at the hotel with a coupon cost us $86 per double room. We have 2 double beds, but that is just fine with me. The room is nice, very clean, has a small desk, fridge and microwave. If smells are any indication, there are several good restaurants in the area and I see lots of seafood places. Also, there were no undesirable smells in the room which has been an issue at several other places. The clerk was very accommodating about switching us to an even numbered room so we could check on our parked motorcycles through the window and be away from the heavy traffic.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area

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      Travel Blogs from Freeport

      Amazing moments every day

      A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 16, 2014

      3 photos

      Our hotel had very limited breakfast this morning and we wanted to get an early start so we hit the road at 7 am. We got gas and Kathy says that someone at the pumps got arrested for impaired driving. I hope they get the person help for their addiction as anyone who is drunk at 7 am and driving drunk needs treatment, in my humble opinion.

      Maine

      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 03, 2014

      4 photos

      Driving to maine we decided to open a Disco tech bar with Mashups of modern day pop re-mixed disco. Tvs, led disco ball, and roller skates. Le Disco Tech was born. Visited USM so basil could really re-live his days working the mailroom, and his daily meetups on the smokers bench. And they have Creamsicle colored fire hydrants. Found a little spot to get brunch, The Front room- amazing corned beef ...

      A very busy couple of days

      A travel blog entry by martha587 on Oct 25, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... sand. I thought it was odd that it didn't try to either get away or get aggressive with her. So after leashing her up I got closer and saw that it was a baby, and it was injured (it had a gash on it's shoulder).

      There was no cell signal on the beach, so we headed back to the parking lot where we ran into a couple of local surfers. They suggested calling Wild Care Cape Cod, which then connected me to the IFAW Marine ...

      On to the USA

      A travel blog entry by klbrown on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      After driving the Cabot Trail in CBI and overnite in Louisbourg we headed to Halifax for 4 nites. We stayed 2 nites at a KOA (boo! ��) campground in Upper Sackville and 2 nites parked in Kens cousins driveway in Enfield, NS. The weather was the pits, cold and windy with lots of rain and fog. While in Halifax we drove to see Lunenburg which was really nice despite the weather. We saw ...

      Leaving the Coast Behind...

      A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... is over as we head north the colours are still vibrant and from up so high look amazing. Fort Knox it turns out was commenced after the revolution, believing the British would re-invade.  It was still yet to be completed when there was a 'bloodless’ turf war over the borders of Maine (US), Quebec and New Bruswick (British).  So the fort, though prepared for major defence was never required for use in combat.  It is an ...