Waldoboro Hotels

Le Vatout
218 Kaler's Corner
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $105.00 - $120.00 )

Rated: 3 Star Hotel
Cozy, low-key and completely relaxed, Le Vatout is just different enough to delight. A traditional New England farmhouse in the quiet village of Waldo...hotel description continued

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