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Boothbay Farmers' Market Hotel & Travel Guide

You'll certainly enjoy your trip to Boothbay Farmers' Market.

To visit, go to Boothbay Harbor. If you're not one hundred percent sure where that is, it's about 110 miles (177 kilometers) from Concord, the state capital.

The 9 hotels that lie within 2 miles (3 kilometers) of Boothbay Farmers' Market are ideal for those who are short on time. Just 2 miles (3 kilometers) away, you can pack it in for the night at the Boothbay Harbor Inn. Two other choices are the Fishermans Wharf Inn, 2 miles (3 kilometers) away, and The Thistle Inn, 1 mile (2 kilometers) away.

There'll be no need to spend all your savings if you stay in a cheap, yet comfortable hotel. There is a handful that are in the general area. You could make some inquiries at the Beach Cove Waterfront Inn and the White Anchor Inn.

For travelers that want to taste every forkful of your favorite dish, head to Bet's Fish Fry (The Mall, Boothbay). To help you wash down your meal, check out Watershed Tavern and Brewery (301 Adams Pond Road, Boothbay) for a smooth, golden beer, or maybe something with a bit more bite.

Other Things to Do Near Boothbay Farmers' Market

Here's a sample of the wider region's other pursuits:

  • Fine-tune your swing and aim to take a stroke or two off your game at Boothbay Golf Course.
  • Enjoy watching the talented actors who perform at Carousel Music Theater and admire the effort which goes into the productions.
  • Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens is one of those places that pleases not only those who consider themselves to be tree enthusiasts, but also anyone who's needing a break from the noise of the city.
  • Boothbay Region Land Trust is a lovely spot to spend some time. Go for a stroll along the waterfront or simply sit back and watch the boats bob up and down.
  • History doesn't always come to life in school rooms, but the exhibits at Boothbay Region Historical Society Museum offer an enriching experience for young and old.

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