In recent years, this stately brick manor on the peninsula, has transitioned from period B&B to boutique inn, nicely balancing the elegant Federal architecture with splashier contemporary art and furnishings that wouldn’t look out of place at a modern art museum. The rooms are a nice blend of stylish and classic, with vintage leather armchairs beneath elaborate geometric light fixtures; several have fireplaces. Breakfast is served in a sunshiney dining room, and guests share unusual common spaces like a speakeasy-turned-billiard-room, a rooftop cupola, and well-kept gardens out back. The Victoria Mansion is just 2 blocks down the street, and the Old Port's only a 10-minute stroll.
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Blind Tiger Guest House
163 Danforth St.
Our Rating Phone 207/879-8755 Prices Apr–Oct $467–$691 double, $792–$1,030 suite; Nov–Mar $309–$445 double, $510–$603 suite. Rates include continental breakfast. Amenities Garden; sitting room; loaner picnic gear; bar; free Wi-Fi. Units 9 units Web site The Blind Tiger
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