Freeport, Maine Accommodations


We understand what it's like to be physically challenged...

When our dad, Paul Gray, fell off the roof in the winter of 2001, he fractured his neck and was paralyzed. A Maine Master Guide who had spent most of his life in the woods, he was now confined to a wheelchair.

This was a huge adjustment for him, and for all those who loved him. When we built the South Wing at the Harraseeket Inn, we installed a swimming pool with special wheelchair accessibility. We built adjoining rooms to accommodate traveling companions and installed bathrooms in select guest rooms with wheel-in showers.

These projects had special meaning for us. Until something like this happens to a loved one, it's difficult to understand how important handicap access is…or how important those parking spots near the building are!

We at the Harraseeket Inn want to make this inn as welcoming as possible to the physically challenged. If there's anything we can do to improve this property for those of you who face day-to-day challenges, please let us know. We truly do care.