Warning: Five ways Inns Along the Coast Getaways Can be Habit Forming

Everywhere you look, warning signs are present. From “hazardous to your health” to “slippery when wet” to “small children may choke on pieces”, we’ve become a risk-obsessed society – or at least a warning-filled one.  Therefore the nine Inns Along the Coast thought it would be politically correct to admit the risks involved in a getaway to any of the nine inns along Maine’s coast, and make sure all our blog readers know upfront that Inns Along the Coast escapes can be quickly habit forming.  Full disclosure: While his information is a bit tongue-in cheek, we’re all about keeping you healthy and happy at Inns Along the Coast!

Be forewarned, there are risks involved in an Inns Along the Coast getaway…

Apricot Brulee with honey ricotta and thyme served with berries & pistachios at Aysgarth Station B&B.

Apricot Brulee with honey ricotta and thyme served with berries & pistachios at Aysgarth Station B&B.

Inns Along the Coast getaways can lead to weight gain.  Of course, this varies from person to person, but it’s likely you’ll indulge in a two or three course breakfast that you wouldn’t prepare for yourself at home.  And, if you’re not used to snacking, you may feel compelled to take part in it at any of the Inns Along the Coast properties you visit, offering everything from craft beers to complimentary cookies and freshly made pie. 

Inns Along the Coast can be a cardio-workout.  When visiting any of the Inns Along the Cost, chances are you’ll enjoy a little adventure, whether it be inside your guest room or outside.  From hiking, beachcombing, swimming, golf, or even a little aerobic shopping, you’re sure to get the heartbeat up a little faster than when you sit at your desk.  Whether you seek soft adventure or a hard workout, you’ll find plenty of ways to explore adventure on Maine’s Coast.  In fact, for those seeking an adventure filled getaway, consider the Adventure Along the Coast itinerary. 

Sarah, innkeeper at the Captain Jefferds Inn, serves homemade cookies to guests each afternoon.

Sarah, innkeeper at the Captain Jefferds Inn, serves homemade cookies to guests each afternoon.

Inns Along the Coast can become habit forming and quickly addictive.  Once you’ve experienced the supreme R&R and welcoming hospitality of any of the Inns Along the Coast, you may become obsessed, and could be compelled to leave all other vacation accommodations by the wayside. Beyond that, it’s easy to become quickly dependent on the amazing breakfasts, incredible beds, lack of stress and the chance to leave all the clean-up to the innkeepers.

Inns Along the Coast may cause missed days at work.  For those who feel they can’t miss a day at work your “work martyr” days may be over after visiting one or more of the Inns Along the Coast.  Three day weekends or playing hooky become regular occurrences after one or two getaways to Inns Along the Coast.  No more saving that vacation time for a rainy day!  Use it now on an Inns Along the Coast inn to inn itinerary or getaway. 

Inns Along the Coast will impact your relationship with loved ones.  While we can’t always guarantee it, more often than not, time spent during an Inns Along the Coast romantic getaway will improve your relationship with your travel partner.  At a minimum it will give the two of you time together with no outside pressure or stresses to distract you – just the two of you hand-in-hand as you explore the Maine Coast.

Newcastle Inn at dusk.

Newcastle Inn at dusk.

While the Inns Along the Coast acknowledge liability for these positive results from your upcoming getaway, we think that the outcomes outweigh the risks! These are the kinds of risky behaviors we encourage all travelers to embrace!

Don’t forget to book direct when you visit any of the nine Inns Along the Coast.

In Freeport

Brewster House B&B: Email: info@brewsterhouse.com, website: www.brewsterhouse.com, 207-865-4121, Your hosts: Dave Noel & Kelleigh Dulany & family.

In Kennebunkport:

Captain Jefferds Inn: Email: captjeff@captainjefferdsinn.com, website: www.captainjefferdsinn.com, reservations: 800-839-6844, 207-967-2311, Erik and Sarah Lindblom.

In Newcastle

Newcastle Inn:  Email: info@newcastleinn.com, Website: www.newcastleinn.com, reservations: 207-563-5685, Your hosts: Julie Bolthuis and her four-legged assistant innkeeper, Jabu.

In Rockland:

Berry Manor Inn: Email: info@berrymanorinn.com, website: www.berrymanorinn.com, reservations: 800-774-5692/ Business line: 207-596-7696, Innkeepers:  Cheryl Michaelsen & Mike LaPosta

Granite Inn: Email: info@oldgraniteinn.com, website: www.OldGraniteInn.com, reservations: 207-594-9036, 800-386-9036.  Innkeepers:  Ed & Joan Hantz

LimeRock Inn: Email: info@LimeRockinn.com, website: www.LimeRockinn.com, reservations: 800-546-3762, 207-594-2257. Innkeepers:  Daniel and Ashley Bonneau and their daughter, Vieve.

In Bar Harbor:

Saltair Inn Waterfront B&B: E-Mail:  relax@saltairinn.com, website: www.saltairinn.com, 207-288-2882, Innkeepers: Kristi & Matt Losquadro.

Aysgarth Station B&B: Email: innkeeper@aysgarth.com, website: www.aysgarthstation.com, 207-288-9655, Innkeeper: Melody Kronenberg.

In Camden

Hawthorn Inn: Email: info@camdenhawthorn.com, website: www.camdenhawthorn.com,  207-236-8842, Your hosts: Ted & Lisa Weiss