Rte. 302, Box 40, South Casco, Maine, 04077, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
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Breakfast includes omelets eggs and bacon with homefries or a home made muffin. The meals are generous. There are sandwiches for lunch and pies for dessert
Entering the main floor you will find distinctive personal items such as soaps, jewelry, unusual pens, decorations and games. The upper level has larger items such as fireplace accessories, unusual small furniture pieces. The lower level has local foods and kitchen accesories., like blueberry jams and dishes, Special teas and spices chutneys .
What to buy: local foods and decor
This shop has a select choice of quality items for the home . There are interesting small furnishings and decorative items. as well as bath , dining and garden pieces.
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This Maine Landmarks home is a private residence but embodies an interesting piece of local history. It was built by Richard Manning, Uncle to the author Nathaniel Hawthorne, in 1810, in Raymondtown Massachusetts. Then Maine separated from Massachusetts in 1820 and it was located in Raymondtown MA. In 1841 Casco separated from Raymondtown and became a separated town, so it now is located in South Casco Maine. To read more about Nathaniel Hawthorne , author of the Scarlet Letter and other American classics go to the website below.
For a quiet out of the way spot for a picnic to fly a kite or meditate or run with your dog , go to Hacker Hill. There are picnic tables a look out over Sebago Lake toward the foothills of the White mountains. The sunsets are incredible here. You may arrange to use the area for a wedding or other function .
Fondest memory: Follow Quaker Ridge Road from Route 302 about 3 miles on right