The Brewster Inn in Dexter Maine is a great base for your Maine vacation. Dexter is the geographical centre of Maine and so by spending numerous nights here as many of my guests do, it enables you to stay in excellent accommodation with great room rates that don’t go up in the summer and autumn when a lot of other properties do put their prices up. You don’t need to worry about making check in times elsewhere or did you repack everything for the umpteenth time after your one night stay. Just use the Brewster Inn as your home away from home, come and go as you please and  have a great time exploring all that Maine has to offer.

Everywhere in Maine is within easy reach  and just a day trip from the Brewster Inn.  You can be on the coast in less than an hour exploring the coastal towns, rocky coastline and lighthouses along coastal  Rt 1, or by going in the opposite direction just 50min away we have the beautiful Moosehead Lake and Mt Katahdin region of Maine. Here you can hike, go on moosewatching, wildlife and waterfall tours, canoe, kayak, snowmobile, ATV, birdwatch or  white water rafting. In the autumn when the leaves change colour, you’ll see some amazing colourful scenery all around. I can help you with all of this. I have a great knowledge of where to go and what to see along the way, who to contact for moosewatching, snowmobile rentals or white water rafting etc.

Bangor, one of the big cities in Maine is just 45min away. Here you have  the Waterfront Concerts, Stephen King the horror writers home as well as Stephen King location tours, the new Cross Insurance indoor arena, Hollywood Slots and Casino, plenty of shopping,  museums, great places to eat and activities for the kids.

The Brewster Inn is just 20min off I95 which goes north and south through the State. This means that a lot more day trips are possible, whether its outlet shopping in Freeport or a visit to Maine’s biggest city, Portland, Bar Harbor and Arcadia National Park. There are also 3 State parks all within easy reach of The Brewster Inn, Lily Bay, Peaks Kenny and Baxter, which is named after Governor Baxter who was Governor of Maine right before Governor Brewster, who was the original owner of the property that is now the Brewster Inn.

You could even get your passport and go across the border to Quebec and visit Quebec City which is very cosmopolitan and has a great European feel to it

All this and more will appear in future blog posts. If your planning on coming to Maine and are considering staying at the Brewster Inn, give me a call and I can give you all the information you need to have the best time on vacation possible whilst staying here.

So what am I going to blog about this year at the Brewster Inn Dexter Maine? I’ve decided anything and everything. Of course there’s going to be updates about whats happening at the Brewster Inn, but I’m also going to expand it. I’m going to write about events and happenings in the area including the city of Bangor that’s only 40min from here. I’m going to tell you about businesses that I work with locally that provide services for my guests whether you want to know about the restaurants I enjoy going to or where do you rent snowmobiles in the area, where is  the best river to be white water rafting and of course if you want to see moose, who is the guide I recommend for that.

I’ll be telling you all about great hikes, scenery and attractions to see, museums, theatres, where can you see the remains of a crashed B52 bomber that is now a memorial site not too far from here, who are the bands playing at the Waterfront Concerts in Bangor this year. I might even occasionally give the odd review of a great product I’ve found. Some of my blog posts will include video including a complete video blog from time to time

The Brewster Inn Dexter Maine is a four season destination and I’m going to show you everything you can see and do in my part of Maine

In the 7  years I’ve been here, a lot has happened and I’ve learned a lot too. It’s been busy, incredibly busy actually, and the Brewster Inn keeps growing and getting busier every year, but now as I move into my next year here in Dexter, I’m hoping to free up some time to be able to make the blog more regular now. I’ve read up a lot of stuff on blogging from a lot of people that tell you the right way to do things. Well the best way to learn is to write, write and write, and that is what I’m going to do probably about once a week. If I miss a week, look for a couple the next week or so. Nothing too long, but just enough to give you good information hopefully each time you revisit the blog..

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You know its January as The Brewster Inn Dexter Maine blog suddenly reappears again. Its been a while since I last posted but this time (yes I know I’ve said that a few times) I really do plan to keep it going. I’ve read a lot of stuff on blogging and looking at blogs,  and I’ve been squirreling away lots of ideas  to make it happen.

For all my Brewster Inn guests that have been to see me since my last blog post in May 2012, well you’ll know all about the continued change at the Brewster Inn. Its been busy here, no actually its been crazy here, but the business keeps getting better and better every year and 2013 was the best year yet.

 

Brewster Inn Dexter Maine Living room, green walls and refinished floors

Here is a picture of the change of colour in the living room. Its gone from the old yellow colour to a beautiful green with white and crimson accents

Brewster Inn Dexter Maine living room crimson rug

See the refinished floors in the photos above. Those are the original red oak floors but with the dark stain now removed. It looks amazing if I say so myself.

The green wall colour is a historic shade and all the trim, doors and mantlepiece are now white. A line of crimson goes all round the room just under the ceiling. Window seat cushions have also been replaced. Images of how good they look to follow in another blog post. This year we also plan to start a rug replacement programme that will probably take a couple of years to complete. The crimson rug in the picture was moved from another room. Looks good!

So I think that will do for my first post. Need to save my ideas for next time.

What would I like you to do now? Keep an eye on the blog, add your email address in the “subscribe” box, share the Brewster Inn blog with your family and friends via the social buttons at the top of this blog post. If you’ve stayed at the Brewster Inn before, come back and see me again. If your reading this and have never stayed here, well come on over!

Things are constantly changing here at the Brewster Inn in Dexter Maine.  They’ve been changing since the day I arrived and I’m happy to say the changes have always been positive.

Some of the recent and upcoming changes include: Hopefully finishing the gardens this summer and adding some lovely fencing around a couple sides. I can’t wait to see how the butterfly garden looks when it blooms out this year.  The lilac bushes are already budding out.  The pond will also have some changes to help it be more noticeable and accessible to guests. The flag out front now has a light that illuminates it at night.

I take great pride in trying to give all my guests a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep. Guests have already voiced approval on the recent changes with  guestroom additions of new mattress toppers, chamber pillows. New luxurious sheets are on the way and will soon be added to each room. I know the sheets are going to be a big hit, as a few guests who’ve tried them out have already been trying to purchase them from me! One guest even remarked on a Trip Advisor post that his wife described the sheets as “sleeping on a cloud wrapped in a ray of sunshine”.

The change into spring/summer temps prompts some changes to the breakfast menu. I’ve been trying out several new recipes. The fruit crumble is a new addition and has been a big success.  This week I made some delicious pumpkin muffins with cheesecake filling. My recipe file is expanding quickly and I can’t wait to share the successes with you.  I’m just looking at Pecan and honey french toast.  Guests will also soon be dining on brand new dishes that arrived this week.

Several other changes are going on as well and I’ll let you in on some of them in my next blog. Hint: there’s more “going green” around here. Literally! One thing I am sure of, is that all the changes that have happened, and will be happening, continue to make everything better here at the Brewster Inn. 

Hope to see you soon!

You work hard, you play hard, treat yourself to some ME time at the Brewser Inn Dexter Maine

The Brewster Inn has recently started up a partnership with another Dexter business “Stressless Massage Therapy” to be able to give our guests amazing 1 hour singles or couples  massage. You have the choice of basic swedish, added aromatherapy or deep tissue and a 1 hr session per person is for the excellent rate of $70. I go there myself  and its an hour i look forward to very much. The massages are bookable either by calling the Brewster Inn direct  on 207 924 3130 or by ordering the exact package you would like as you book your stay  online at www.brewsterinn.com and the exact massage page is here Brewster Inn Massage

If your desire is a romantic getaway, add a bottle of champagne, 12 fresh roses and vase and strawberries for $80. Again available when you book your stay online or bookable over the phone with the Brewster Inn Romance package  and then enjoy a whirlpool for 2, a fireplace or a king size bed.

We even partner with an excellent spa 20mins away called Wavelengths Hair and Body Works where you can further indulge in pedicures, manicures, facials and waxing.

For the months of  Feb, March and April, when you book 2 nights in the Brewster Inn Honeymoon Suite or Game room at full price, you can get the romance package for just $25! And if you don’t like champagne i’ll replace that with either a bottle of wine or non alcoholic sparkling apple cider.

Book your next romantic getaway at the Brewster Inn Dexter Maine

 

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