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THE ENGLISHMAN'S BED AND BREAKFAST
122 MAIN STREET, CHERRYFIELD, MAINE 04622 EXPLORE CHERRYFIELD- CLICK HERE
SPACIOUS ROOMS - COMFY BEDS - SOOTHING SOUNDS OF THE RIVER -WIRELESS INTERNET
Opened 2005 in Downeast Maine, the Englishman's Bed and Breakfast is located in the historic Archibald-Adams House on Main Street, Cherryfield. Originally built in 1793, this Federal-style home was renovated and restored to museum quality in the 1990s, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Englishman’s Bed and Breakfast has a beautiful setting on the bank of the Narraguagus River, a once noted Salmon/Trout River in the tidewater village of Cherryfield, Maine. At the front of the house, a formal perennial flower garden is underway. Beyond the lawn and semi-circular driveway is a screened-in gazebo and a kitchen garden, with raised beds and other plantings including grapes, raspberries and other fruit trees. Below the house, along the river there is a wilderness area where bald eagles often perch in the trees.
Your hosts, Peter and Kathy Winham, first met in York, England on an archaeological excavation. Both have worked on many an excavation in England, Europe and the USA. Peter is the Englishman and worked as a professional archaeologist in South Dakota for 24 years. Kathy has worked and has lived in several, of the New England states. She attended Queens University, Ontario and has also worked as an archaeologist and picture framer. We have two sons, Ilya, who is working on his Ph.D. at the University of Minnesota; and Dale who graduated from the Hotel School at Cornell University in May, 2006.
We are also pleased to serve and sell our own brand of Estate quality teas,
"Teas of Cherryfield" Guests receive a 10 percent discount on all our tea products.
A warm welcome awaits you. Hope to see you soon.
We are a non-smoking establishment.
We are members of Destination Cherryfield, the Ellsworth Area Chamber of Commerce and Maine Tourism. Find out more about Downeast Maine in the Schoodic East Online Magazine.