Grey Havens & Blue Restaurant in the Boston Globe

Boston Globe Travel Section on Grey Havens Inn

In a July 12, 2014 article in the Boston Globe, “A Shy Jewel of an Isle Off Bath,” travel writers Diane Blair and Pamela Wright raved about Georgetown, Maine and the Grey Havens Inn.

[quote]Savvy travelers make more than a mad dash day trip to Georgetown, staying for a few days or more at one of the inns, soaking up the laid-back, idyllic Maine island atmosphere. The seaside Grey Havens Inn, with its grand wraparound porch and 13 cheerful rooms, has grabbed five-star ratings from TripAdvisor and been named “Best Classic Coastal Inn in Maine” by Yankee magazine. The turret rooms in this shingle-style mansion are especially nice, with in-the-round windows offering good views of the Atlantic. The expansive front living room with its large fieldstone fireplace is a great place to hang out, and Blue Restaurant, also open to the public, focuses on fresh seafood and locally-sourced dishes.[/quote]

Read the whole article on the Boston Globe’s site.