Saturday, June 19, 2010

Brown's Wharf

When you are having a vacation, how would you like to have a view like the picture below? Actually, that will be the scenery that you will enjoy viewing in one of the rooms in Brown's Wharf in Boothbay Harbor. The place is awesomely perfect as a retreat and a getaway for relaxation and fun. Bring your family with you and enjoy a luxurious stay in Boothbay Harbor which is located on a peninsula in the Gulf of Maine.If you love boating, bring in your boat because this place can accommodate your boat as long as it is up to 165 feet. This place is a resort marina and staying in Brown's Wharf in Boothbay Harbor is the best place to enjoy the beach and the view. Book your stay at Boothbay Harbor Hotels now and have a relaxing fun-filled vacation.

In Boothbay Harbor Maine, you will not only enjoy the activities on the beach but also satisfy your cravings on seafoods. You will enjoy the seafood menu which is unique in this area. All the restaurants in Boothbay serves delicious lobster, fish, scallops, shrimp, mussels, and oysters. Looking for a cozy place with a spectacular view to visit? Check out this place today.

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