Ellen MacDonald Ward writes about how the owners of the many bed-and-breakfasts
Ellen MacDonald Ward writes about how the owners of the many bed-and-breakfasts (B&Bs) in Searsport, and old seafaring town that has one of the largest concentrations such establisments in Maine, have decorarted their vintage homes.The article features the Hitchborn Inn, owned by Nancy and Bruce Suppes; Linda Farmer's Searsport' Carriage House; George and Edith Johnson's Homeport Inn; the Captain A. V. Nichels Inn, presided over by Bev Buyers, her husband, Brian, and son, Charlie; Brass Lantern Inn, operated by Lee Anne Lee and her sister, Pat Gatto; and Victorian Inn, owned by Ed and Judie Upham.
Hotels, taverns, etc Searsport
Ward, Ellen MacDonald, "Ellen MacDonald Ward writes about how the owners of the many bed-and-breakfasts" (1997). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 2274.
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