this suite, shown above, features a very large room with a king bed and a smaller room with two twin beds. each room is decorated in shades of blue and white. the carpet is beige and provides a pretty base for the blue and white patchwork quilts that are embroidered with tiny blue and green flowers that dress the beds.
King Room + Bath Only$209.00
Portland Head Suite
this two-room suite (photos at top, above) features a very large room with a king bed, plus a smaller sitting room with comfortable seating (including an oversized armchair that converts to a single bed), refrigerator, coffee maker and 40-inch flat screen tv with satellite service and streaming netflix video.
Cape Neddick Room
the photos at the top of the page show the soft blue walls, plush yellow floral croscill linens that create a cheerful atmosphere in this large but cozy room! a queen bed and a beautiful gas fireplace with custom armoire grace the room, which is located on our second floor. the view from the two large windows is the side yard and a seasonal flower garden.
Cape Elizabeth Room
the cape elizabeth room (room one) is decorated in shades of yellow and a soft sage green, seen in the photos at the top of the page. the "walk in the garden" linens provide a lovely floral backdrop . this room is located on our ground floor and features a king bed, a beautiful antique dresser and a cozy sitting area by two windows that provide a view of the neighboring yard and a seasonal flower garden.
West Quoddy Room
calm, peaceful, relaxing are all thoughts that will come to mind when you enter this large room on our second floor, pictured above. the walls are colored in deep gold and the carpet is a comforting beige. the queen four poster bed is covered with elegant croscill linens that are rich shades of gold, burgundy, green and cream.
Jarvis Adelbert Brewster built the house in 1888. He was born October 30, 1861 in Lincolnville (just north of Camden), Maine. He moved to Freeport in approximately 1887, following his marriage to Fannie Adams, the daughter of Captain Israel Adams, of Lincolnville. Brewster was a local businessman and the owner of J. A. Brewster, General Merchandise, and a "Dealer in Hardware, Stoves, Crockery, Groceries, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, etc." (as his store invoices of the 1890's recite). His store was located on the block where L. L. Bean stands today.