New England lodging >>> Inn at Tanglewood Hall, York Harbor, ME
The Inn at Tanglewood Hall Offers a Symphony of Lodging Charm and Amenities by the Sea
by Eric H.
MAINE) -- It's hard to top a New England bed and breakfast lodging
The Inn at Tanglewood Hall proudly meets this lodging hall of fame criteria as its comfortable and unique accommodations, congenial hosts and perfectly-located York Harbor, Maine, presence (where the proof is in the pudding that you don't have to travel far up the Maine coast to get a classic Maine seaside experience) make it a top of the line choice when considering a Southern Maine getaway. From the moment of entering this fine, old home well back from busy Route 1A, there's an undeniable feeling of tranquility and casual elegance as evidenced initially by the bubbling fountain, pretty gardens, and the stone walkway leading to a dream outdoor wraparound verandah perfect for breakfast, reading on a porch rocker, or just peacefully reconnecting with each other on the inviting hammock.Inside, a grand foyer, the big living and dining rooms, a cozy "hideaway room," classic wide staircases leading to the second floor and mezzanine levels, and the large, finely appointed, custom designed rooms delivers on promise to the first-time (and returning) visitor all the charm and character expected of an older lodging establishment near the southern Maine seacoast. All rooms have private baths and air conditioning, with some offering ceiling fans, private sitting rooms, porches and gas fireplaces.
With the ocean so close and the classic Maine villages, beaches, rocky coastline, seafood restaurants and other attractions (like Nubble Lighthouse) that have made the York area so famous, the Inn at Tanglewood Hall not only serves as a fine bed and breakfast, but one ideally situated as a launching pad, of sorts, to see this wonderful area. Additionally, a five minute walk to a wonderful cliff path leads to some amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean and a nice, intimate beach with plenty of sand and crashing waves.
Hosts Su and Andy Wetzel welcome guests to their home in the best tradition of committed bed and breakfast owners from the art of warm conversation (and also senses of humor) to the sweet smells of a delicious breakfast permeating this elegant, great home. They have transformed many years of corporate management experience into running a tightly run, but yet relaxing B&B, perfect for the parents looking for a weekend away, honeymooners, or anyone else looking for the ultimate Maine bed and breakfast experience by the majestic sea.
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