Month: September 2009

We still have a few spots open for our INNkeeping Bootcamp…

I’ve just been finalizing the agenda for our interactive seminar. It’s going to be a fun but intensive 2 day interactive bootcamp for aspiring innkeepers. We’ll cover everything from the general aspects of hospitality (and some things you’d never think about until they happen) to cooking sessions (with insider tips of what works for a …

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A really great buy in today’s market…Craignair Inn, Spruce Head, Maine

Not too often do brokers disclose a property’s income (or reason for selling) on a public listing prior to a buyer prospect showing interest, or even prior to a showing for that matter. In this case, sellers of Craignair Inn have allowed me to openly discuss it – and with very good reason. The income …

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I’ve launched a new website for my listings…

It’s DanaMoos.com. I thought about a variety of names for my new website using relevant terms, Maine Inns, Bed and Breakfasts, etc. but in the end decided to simply go with my name. I hope I’ve made it simple and to the point. And if anyone has a a suggestion, I welcome it. I want …

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Fantastic new 4-season recreational listing! Wilson Pond Camps, Greenville

This is Wilson Pond Camps, nestled on a very private 3.5 acres on Wilson Pond in Greenville, Maine. A lesser known lake than Moosehead but spectacular and serene. Wilson Pond Camps offers 682 feet of water frontage, 7 completely renovated cabins (each sleeps a minimum of 6) and a beautiful 3 bedroom owner’s house, two …

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New Camden Listing! Timbercliffe Cottage Bed and Breakfast

This is Timbercliffe Cottage Bed and Breakfast in the beautiful harbor side village of Camden, Maine. The original section (the smaller portion to the right of the porch) was built by Jesse Thomas in 1790 and the large section (with the porch) was added by Captain Pendleton in 1860. The current owners performed major renovations …

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