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I stayed here in May of 2009, so it was the shoulder season. We got lucky and got one of their oceanfront rooms. They had treats in the afternoon for everybody in their little guest kitchen. They kept things in there for you to eat...More
Mary and Judi are always so welcoming - with open arms. Each summer there are young housekeepers from around the world who are always so friendly and helpful. I love my room overlooking the ocean and sand dunes - and the balcony right outside my...More
The Billowhouse is a secret. Once you visit though, you will be treated like the best of family.
There are places to stay on the maine coast, but not like this place. This is a refuge for the mind, and rejuvenation of your spirit. If...More
We stayed here for a 3 nights, in one of the chalets. It was exactly what we were hoping for. A quiet retreat overlooking the beach. We were able to put the coffee on in the mornings, then take a sunrise stroll along the beach...More
When I stayed at the BillowHouse it felt like I was inside a magnificent storybook. My room with it's views of the majestic Atlantic Ocean was so cozy. I sat on my Queen Anne style bed and sipped warm lavendar tea as I gazed out...More
Response from johnmacdonald37 | Reviewed this property |
There are room ac units in all of the rooms we have used at Billowhouse, just no central air, as the ocean breeze currently has me in a sweatshirt on a 90 degree day a few miles from the beach. Not to worry!
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"My wife would have preferred the Lighthouse Room."