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Thread: looking for a place to host a retreat...this place looks really nice in Maine

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    looking for a place to host a retreat...this place looks really nice in Maine


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    The guild that I'm in (Cocheco quilt guild) has a retreat there each spring. The accomodations are comfy and the food is great! Coffee and tea at all times. They do so much for us every time we're there. And the surrounding area has some great shopping and restaurants. Hope you check into it!

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    I've been there for a quilt retreat. It was wonderful, unforgettable. However, I understand that the place was for sale several years ago; nuns had owned it and I don't know who does now.

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    It looks like a real Treat retreat spot.

    Only wish I could come.
    J J (jbj137)

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    Here's a fabulous quilt retreat in mountains of NC. It gets rave reviews. I know the owner and she's great.
    http://summitquiltretreat.com/

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    I have been to the Franciscan guest house in Maine for a quilting weekend. It is wonderful. They do a good job attending to your needs while at the same time not being obtrusive.
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