BRUNSWICK – Balancing a contemporary yet nostalgic take on comfortable accommodations and classic New England dining, The Inn at Brunswick Station opens late spring adjacent to Bowdoin College on the corner of Maine and Noble Streets, in the heart of Brunswick, a quintessential college town. The inn’s 52 guest rooms and suites, function space and tavern blend local history with modern comfort to retain a true sense of place for visitors to Maine’s picturesque Midcoast. The inn incorporates a celebration of Brunswick life and culture over the years, something that’s important to developer and Bowdoin alum J. Hilary Rockett, Jr. His attachment to both the town and college is seen in the inn’s design features and pre-construction recycling efforts.
The inn’s decor integrates natural wood against a neutral palette with warm gold tones and touches of Bowdoin’s black and white school colors. The comfortable guest rooms feature king and queen beds with luxury linens and crisp white duvets. Amenities include flat screen TVs and complimentary wireless Internet access.
The inn’s tavern will serve classic New England fare and will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner inside, or al fresco on the generous patio and covered porch. Weddings, meetings and special events for up to 150 guests will be accommodated in a state-of-the-art function space or on the tented patio in warm weather.
Located 26 miles from Portland and the International airport, 126 miles from Boston and 10 miles from L.L. Bean and Freeport shopping, The Inn at Brunswick Station is easily reached by car, rail or air.
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Contact Name: Sara Masterson
Telephone Number: (207)799-3134