Fall is undoubtedly the most beautiful season in the United States and what is a better way to enjoy this glorious season of color than on the east coast?
Even more beautiful and glorious would be staying at a romantic, quaint and intimate bed and breakfast on the east coast in the historic and beautiful state of Maine.
In Kennebunkport Maine, just on the coast, there is a bed and breakfast called Captain Lord. Captain Lord is an extremely romantic and quaint bed and breakfast with fireplaces in the guests’ rooms.
There is another little quaint and romantic spot in Maine near Brooksville, near the water and that is called the Oakland House. The Oakland House has been restored for guests and is just by the sea. There are also romantic cottages near the sea on the acreage of the Oakland House.
Couples can opt for renting a cottage by the sea and have their privacy and romance while having perfect and beautiful access to the sea and oceanfront at the same time. There is a romantic restaurant at the Oakland House and the restaurant offers lobster picnics during the summer on the beach.
The Bear Mountain Inn is located in Waterford Maine. This sweet and intimate bed and breakfast has many different packages for their couples including for couples who want to elope at the bed and breakfast.
Bear Mountain Inn has afternoon tea with homemade baked goods. The bed and breakfast is tucked into the beautiful mountains of Waterford Maine and despite all of the nature and beauty the Inn still offers its guests free WiFi. Luxury suites at the Inn give guests a fireplace, a Jacuzzi and wet bar.
The Brewster Inn is located in Dexter Maine. This bed and breakfast looks like a sweet older home with windows everywhere. For those considering a winter get-away in Maine the Brewster Inn is the perfect destination.
There is a honeymoon suite which comes complete with a Jacuzzi tub, fireplace and four-poster bed. The Brewster Inn looks like a building straight out of England and is just an hour from Bangor and an hour from Moosehead Lake.
The Brewster Inn has also been recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. Previous Governors of Maine and Government Senators of Maine have called the Brewster Place their home.