General news


The snow is plentiful right now and so come and stay at the Brewster Inn for as little as  $34.75 per person per night based on 4 sharing. Or from $39.50 per night based on 2 sharing. All prices plus tax and include breakfast. Use our winter specials, stay for 2 nights or more and stay for even less!

Located just off Rt 7 in Dexter, 20 mins from exit 157 on I-95, we’re right on the trail for ITS 85 that takes you up to Greenville, Jackman, Millinocket and the North Country.

Below is our new  brochure aimed right at the snowmobilers. We work closely with the local Dexter club Wassookeag Snowmobile Club and on the back of the brochure you’ll see all their info there as well as on the homepage at the Brewster Inn.

Trail maps are available from both the Wassookeag snowmobile club and Brewster Inn websites

Just as in my last blog posting, this brochure is also available on our website or we’d be very happy to post one out for people that call us  on 207 924 3130.

On the weekend of 13/14/15 Feb we have the Dexter Winter Festival. Full info is available from the Wassookeag snowmobile club website. Come and enjoy a great weekend of snowmobiling and winter fun that weekend here in Dexter.

See our new snowmobile brochure at the bottom of this post.

Below are pics of snowmobilers that we already get here. We have plenty of accomodation and parking and great value for money! We can accomodate groups with ease here at the Brewster Inn.





















Winters here now at the Brewster Inn. Theres plenty of snow on the gound, the snowmobilers are out on the trail right next to us and business is good!

We’re busy marketing towards more winter and spring business at the minute and its working well.

We have new brochures just printed which will start to find their way out and about in the coming days all designed by my excellent designer Kim!


I think i’ve shown these first products before but they’re worth showing again..

Our 9×4 rack card that goes into all the tourist information centres in the State as well as various other establishments. It will soon be reprinted with some new photos due to the room changes that we’ve made but the wordage will stay as is



Our “Thank You” card that we send out to guests when they leave after a stay. We sell these too at 5 for $8 or $2 each. They’re blank inside and can be used for all occassions. On the front they have a beautiful painting of the house and on the back theres an image of our sign and a brief history of the Brewster



Next we have our Scrapbooking and Craft brochure that is aimed at groups of artisans and crafters who want to get away from their normal lives and come to the Brewster and work on their scrapbooks, quilts, beading or whatever their skill maybe and either just stay for a few hours, a day and night or a weekend. Various packages all inc food and lodging are available on request. These brochures are also available on or by giving us a call and we’d be very happy to mail one out to you.

We’ve already done a few of these events and they work really well and we love doing them here



Check out our new snowmobile brochure on the next page!

Since my last post in May??

We’ve been busy! Business has been excelent and even better than last year! The Rose and Truman rooms have changed totaly to what you see below all courtesy of our guest friend Laura from CT who redesigned the Blueberry room last year

Rose room

Truman room


For those of you that stayed prior to the change in the Blueberry room last year, here it is. It looks so much different!

The living room has changed too and looks quite colourful now

As has the Sun Porch too…

The Brewster clothing range is out and selling very well!

We’ve sold 60 fleece jackets this year and now have just brought out our polo shirt design

The detail of the 2 logos is brilliant!

The fleeces are $35.99 for a quarter zip or $39.99 for a full length zip in 4 colours shown here

The Brewster polo’s are $29.99 available in different sizes and colours which will appear here soon

 The gardens are being worked on now and as well as new planting all along the front lawn (no pics of that yet) we’ve pulled up all the old barberry bushes that ran from the one drive entrance to the other. Its something we had planned to for some time as unlike when the Brewsters were here and it was one perfectly manicured hedge all the way along, by the time we got here, there were just little little islands of bushes with big gaps in between and maples growing up through them. All the dead wood was in the inside and all the greenery was on the outside and when you trimmed them you were just left with the dead stuff.

Well they are no more as these pics will show and the difference just by pulling them out is impressive. It opens the front up so much more and makes the house stand out better. We love it!!





This summer we commissioned a Maine company to paint the Inn and we’ve now brought out our very own “Brewster” card for all occasssions and its selling pretty well at $2 each or 5 for $8 inc envelopes with decent sticky on the flaps!

The picture is how i envisage the gardens looking at the front of the house in 2 years time and on the back you have an image of our sign and the history of the house 


And below we have our new brochure! Well not exactly “new” as such as its been out 6 months but we love it and it works so well for our business


Just wanted to share with you the Pavement drawings of Julian Beaver. An amazing talent as you’ll see below with his 3D chalk drawings on pavements around the world . Check his website above for more of his work and just in time for Christmas heres what happens when you drop your letter for Santa through the slit in the post box….






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