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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Old Salt StatueWho doesn't love the idea of getting their picture taken next to this Old Salt? I even have a small version as a Christmas ornament. The words Old Salt conjures up images of hard working, wonderful fishermen, fireplaces at days end, and huge plate of lobster to me. This Old Salt welcomes you to Boothbay Harbor.

Historic Boothbay Harbor Inn, has much to offer you and your family for a relaxed memorable vacation. This historic Inn has been in operation since 1944, and is still owned and operated by The Brown Family; the 3rd generation. It's a proud tradition with emphasis on family. Your family will be comfortable in a quest room, efficiency, or one of the cottages. All accommodations have a view of the water and private deck.

Boothbay Harbor Maine
Boating, fishing, sailing, kayaking, shopping, whale watching, and hiking are just some of the activities one can enjoy while vacationing with friends and family in Boothbay Harbor Maine. Maybe that's more activity then you want; kick back then and read a book, or knit on your private deck. Catch the sunset and enjoy an adult beverage at the rustic Old Salt Lounge. The Old Salt Lounge dates back to the 1700's when it housed the salt needed to preserve the cod for local fishermen.

The on site restaurant serves the freshest lobster and seafood possible. You can enjoy fabulous meals inside or outside at the water's edge. Save your spot for dinner and make reservations; as this restaurant is popular with both the tourists and the locals!

There are 7 historic lighthouses in the area to explore including the 2nd oldest lighthouse in Maine, The Sequin Light in Georgetown. On line reservations make booking your special family vacation at Boothbay Harbor Hotels easy. So grab your calendar and book your fun filled family vacation today.

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8 comments:

  1. Interesting information. That costume too looks great. Thanks for sharing a cool content here.
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  2. I have vacationed here and had the time of my life. Of course, I'm from Maine originally and Maine is wonderful no matter where you go.

    We rented a house on the ocean with a wrap-around deck and it was heaven on earth.! Maine's license plate says "Vacationland" for a very good reason.

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  3. I'd been to Maine a few times, but I never like the place.....maybe because it's too cold for me. And when it's summer, I still am not a fan because the air is so nippy while the sun is so scorching. I don't know if I have to wear a sleeveless top and shorts or wear a hoodie and pants. I couldn't figure out what to wear.
    I love going to Cape Cod instead. It's just so beautiful there and the food is to die for.

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  4. Yeah! It is the new information that I come across at this land...

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  5. I've never been to Maine...yet, but have it on my list. I have friends from there and they paint such pretty pictures.

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  6. Very nice information on Boothbay harbor!

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  7. Ha ha its great idea & interesting Information......

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  8. I would love to visit Maine someday. I lived in NY for 22 years and never went further than Connecticut.

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