Super 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area
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.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Freeport/L.L. Bean Area
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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.
... and we just went from there. Small. Plates. Tasty. Yummy.
The following day meant we had to come to terms with our shopping decisions as we all struggled to stuff our suitcases. We had time to visit the Old Port once again and have a last meal at Eventide, where we once again enjoyed fresh oysters and that most fabulous lobster roll on a steamed bun with browned butter.
There couldn't be a better way to end this visit!
... t quiet summer in Maine!
BUT, there were lobstah rolls involved!
Yes, plural, meaning we had lobster rolls twice today! Once for first lunch and then again for second lunch, as Marette so aptly named those memorable occasions! It was a very good day, indeed.
Lobster rolls are to Maine what fish tacos are to San Diego! And Mainers certainly know how to do their "lobstah" ...
... by the tony West Prom, where grand homes built by industrialists in the late 1800s grace the hillside, and the East Prom, where gentrification is noticeable along a gracious greenbelt park.
The town is chock full of shops offering a range of made-in-Maine fashions, home décor, foods, and souvenirs. And then there are the restaurants: Maine boasts more restaurants per capita than any other state! And there ...
... specialties. Maine is famous for seafood, particularly lobster. Nay found the best place in town, the Harbor Fish Market, and it didn't disappoint. It took a long time to decide what to take with us (we knew we had cooking facilities at our next stop and I was keen to cook something, anything). The guy who helped us was great, he left us alone for ages and then helped us get the best deal on what was fresh ...