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I have to admit that I have stayed in few B&Bs as they are generally out of my price range. The price of hotels in Portland, however, encouraged me to take a chance on the Bellaterra, and I'm pleased to report no regrets. My wife...More
This is an air B&B, not a B&B. When you here the word Victorian, you should think old, small and dark. We NEVER saw the owner, and saw the house person "Ellen" once just because we happened upon her looking for the Heat controls. Our...More
Response from Tiffany D, Manager at Bellaterra Bed and BreakfastResponded 9 June 2017
Thank you for taking the time to leave your feedback. I'd like to take a moment to address each of the points you made.
First of all, I am not sure what you mean by "house person" - Ellen is indeed the owner, and you...More
You couldn't be closer to everything. Downtown Portland is a hop and a skip away. Public transportation is close by. Everything seemed to be within a 20 min drive, no matter what it was.
We stayed in the Woodlands Room, and it was SO nice!...More
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Response from Tiffany D, Manager at Bellaterra Bed and BreakfastResponded 19 May 2017
Hi Donna, thanks for the kind words! It was a pleasure to host you, and I look forward to your next visit.
We really liked the Bellaterra and plan to return, though I think we'll book a larger room with a shower and not a clawfoot tub. The rest was wonderful. We had a superb cooked breakfast one morning and continental the other. Our bed was comfortable...More
Portland is a lovely city, an ideal location for a weekend getaway. But Bellaterra is on a different order altogether. I have never stayed in a B and B, at least on this side of the Atlantic, with so much character. I almost felt like...More