An article on Grey Havens Inn in Georgetown, a classic coastal hotel. It was or
An article on Grey Havens Inn in Georgetown, a classic coastal hotel. It was originally opened as Seguinland in 1904 by Maine businessman Walter E. Reid, who gave his name to Reid State Park. Hilda Hardcastle and her husband bought the neglected inn in 1976, returning in the summers from Dallas to run it. One of their five children, Haley Eberhart, and her husband, Bill, purchased the inn in 1997. It is possible that a third generation (they have five children) will eventually take over the inn. There are no phones or televisions in the rooms, which are simply furnished.
Hotels, taverns, etc Georgetown Grey Havens Inn, Eberhart, Bill, Eberhart, Haley
Carson, Christine, "An article on Grey Havens Inn in Georgetown, a classic coastal hotel. It was or" (2004). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 1803.
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