A Maine Winter, 2010

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While Mother Earth and her sadist lover, Winter, beat up the remainder of the East Coast, I’m happy to say that so far the Winter in Boothbay Harbor has been almost enjoyable.

How often does DC have to negociate daily life through a meter of snow, and in Boothbay Harbor the sun is shining and it’s a balmy 48 degrees. This, however, is not a case of schadenfreude. Other people should shovel snow once in a while, too.

So why come to the Welch House and spend a few days enjoing Boothbay Harbor and MidCoast Maine this time of year? You’ve got snow. So do we.

But we also have a fantastic view of Boothbay Harbor, comfy rooms with fireplaces, and breakfasts good enough to be written up in “Getaways for Gourmets”.

Get away from your snow for a couple of days . . . Sit by our living room fireplace with a glass of wine and catch up with old friends. Or make some new ones.

Stay two nights between now and May 27th, and you’ll get a king or queen bedroom with fireplace and private bath, two fabulous gourmet breakfasts, and dinner at our favorite local, McSeagulls. It’s a short walk into town.

Just $250.00/tax per couple.

No time until summer? How about Windjammer Days (June 22nd), Boatbuilder’s Festival (August 1st) or Fall Foliage Festival (October 9th)? Visit us anytime this year and bring this postcard.

Dinner at McSeagulls is still on us.


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