The Harraseeket is a large, modern hotel a short walk north of L.L. Bean on Freeport’s Main Street. Despite its size, a traveler could drive right past and not even notice it—which is a good thing. A 19th-century home is the soul of the hotel, though most rooms are in annexes added in 1989 and 1997. Guests can relax in the dining room, read the paper in a common room while the baby grand player piano plays, or sip a cocktail in the homey Broad Arrow Tavern (with its wood-fired oven and grill, it serves dinner as well as lunch). Guest rooms are large and tastefully furnished, with quarter-canopy beds and a mix of contemporary and antique furnishings; some have gas or wood-burning fireplaces, around half have whirlpools, and some are even done up with wet bars and refrigerators. The big second-floor Thomas Moser Suite is a nod to the local furniture craftsman, with a pencil post bed, writing desk, dresser, and flatscreen TV in the bedroom, plus a sitting room with a modern sofa, lounge chair, coffee table, Bose stereo, and stone fireplace. Plus a soaking tub. This inn is especially pet-friendly, with doggy beds and treats for four-footed guests.