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4 Days Maine Foodie Tour in USA

  • Berry Manor Inn, 81 Talbot Avenue, Rockland, ME, 04841, USA

Culinary Vacations USA

The Berry Manor Inn and the Historic Inns of Rockland have combined the best of the foodie elements into one fantastic package. This summer, plan your culinary caper to Rockland and enjoy a three day gastronomic getaway you won’t forget. Culinary explorers, foodies and those who love to explore local foods will enjoy this fun-filled holiday, which allows them to explore and savor the flavors of Midcoast Maine accompanied by the finest accommodations in your choice of beautifully appointed rooms at the Berry Manor Inn.

Highlights

  • Historic Inns of Rockland Cookbook
  • Guided tour of Rockland’s culinary hot-spots
  • Exclusive cheese-making tour at the State of Maine Cheese Company
  • More than 150 USD in discounts to local spas, restaurants, stores and attractions
  • Hot tea and homemade pies in the Guest Pantry available at all times
  • Deliciously meals at local restaurants
  • 3 nights accommodation in style
  • 3 days with instruction
  • English
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Once the stately home for one of Rockland’s most prominent merchants, today, Berry Manor Inn is among Maine’s most romantic bed and breakfast inns and is considered one of Rockland / Camden Maine area’s premiere luxury Maine coast inns. TripAdvisor recognized the inn as one of the "Top 25 Best B&Bs and Inns in the US" in both 2013 and 2008. Renowned for its homemade pies, grand hospitality with a Victorian flair, luxurious comfort and a very unusual collection of toy hamsters, this Rockland, Maine Bed and Breakfast offers the ideal mid-coast location for exploring Maine’s arts, heritage, and coastal sights.

All of the spacious guest rooms at our Rockland Camden, Maine area bed and breakfast are uniquely decorated in the colors of the Victorian era. The rooms were designed with a pleasing balance of elegance, comfort and privacy to take the “fear factor” out of bed and breakfasts. All guest rooms have their own in room heat and air-conditioning controls; flat screen TVs; complimentary Wi-Fi; extra electrical outlets; fireplaces and private luxury en-suite baths.

Known for being the perfect romantic getaway in the coast of Maine, this Rockland Maine lodging provides thoughtful touches that invite romance such as flickering fireplaces, canopy beds dressed with swags of silk, and oversize whirlpool tubs outfitted with bath oils.

With so much happening on the Rockland and Camden culinary scene, you are in for a packed three day/night package with locally sourced foods and exclusive tours and tastings. You will need all three days and nights to explore all that’s offered in the Midcoast food scene. The package is offered Sunday through Tuesday, and features both scheduled exclusive features and self-guided foodie fun throughout your stay. Among the top Rockland culinary hot-spots, your holiday will include special tastings at FIORE Olive Oils and Vinegars; Breakwater Vineyards; Coastal Maine Popcorn; Café Miranda; Terra Optima; Rock Harbor microbrewery; Bixby Bars and other gastronomic gems.

The Rockland Camden area of Midcoast Maine is quickly gaining a reputation as a foodie town, offering award-winning restaurants, specialty food producers and a burgeoning wine region. Rockland is home to the Maine Lobster Festival, a celebration held annually in honor of the town's primary export: lobster. Rockland is also home to the Farnsworth Art Museum, a world-famous art gallery containing paintings by Andrew Wyeth and other well-known New England artists. Rockland's main street features numerous small shops and businesses including coffee shops, book stores, art supply stores, restaurants, and toy stores. Penobscot Bay, which Rockland borders, is known internationally as one of the best recreational sailing grounds in the world.

The inn is located in a quiet, residential neighborhood away from busy Rt.1, but within walking distance to the harbor, historic downtown shops, museums, art galleries and an array of great restaurants.

Activities
  • Boating nearby
  • Cycling nearby
  • Fishing nearby
  • Golf course nearby
  • Hiking nearby
  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Kayaking nearby
  • Massage nearby
  • Sailing nearby
  • Sauna nearby
  • Spa nearby
  • Stand up paddle boarding nearby
  • Tennis court nearby
General
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Bar
  • Dining area
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Special menu request
Services
  • Bicycle rental nearby
  • Free Wi-Fi

Each morning will start-off with coffee, juice and tea service available at 07:00 so the early risers can start on their caffeine intake. Since the owners don't believe in alarm clocks on vacation, they choose to serve the multi-course breakfast anytime between 08:00 and 09:30 at individual tables in the main dining room. Feel free to stroll down at 08:00 or roll out of bed, slip on one of the comfy robes and sit down at 09:30.

You will be served coffee or tea, assorted juices, a fruit course, homemade bread or pastry and a main course with meat and an entrée that alternates between sweet and savory. The menu will be posted the night before and the owners encourage guests to let them know of food preferences, such as any allergies or other dietary needs like gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, in advance, so that they can prepare a breakfast choice to meet all needs. There will always be alternative breakfasts available like hot or cold cereal, plain scrambled eggs or plain French toast so please specify your preferences at check-in.

  • Attend local events
  • Biking
  • Bowling
  • Climbing
  • Enjoy the beach
  • Go fishing or hunting
  • Go sightseeing
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Play tennis
  • Visit the local spa
  • Visit the local wineries and breweries
  • 3 delicious and filling breakfasts
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 50 USD in Midcoast Money to use at any of the wonderful participating restaurants in town; you can ask your innkeeper to help with preferred seating and to assist with reservations
  • A copy of Maine Wine Guild map and passport program
  • A copy of the Historic Inns of Rockland Cookbook
  • A Historic Inns of Rockland Apron filled with a special collection of value offers for savings exclusive to packaged guests, offering savings from Rockland and Camden area restaurants (offering free apps, desserts or special offers), stores (offering 10% discounts), spas (offering 10% discounts on massages and treatments) and attractions (offering discounted or half price tickets). The value collection represents more than 150 USD in savings
  • Exclusive tour and discussion on cheese-making at the State of Maine Cheese Company
  • Hot tea and homemade pies in the Guest Pantry area
  • Tickets to a 2-3 hour guided walking tour of Rockland’s culinary hot-spots
  • Anything not specified above
  • Personal expenses
  • Personal insurance
  • Traveling expenses

Arrival by airplane

The nearest airport is Knox County Regional Airport (RKD).