"The Chebeague Island Inn has been here since the 1920s and retains the charm of that era. The lobby is outfitted with dark woods, comfortable chairs, and a big fireplace in front of which a couple of people were drinking cocktails and playing Scrabble. My quarters were typical of 1920s-era hotel rooms, small and spare but neatly appointed. Everything, even the floor, was white, and when the sun poured through the window, I was temporarily blinded.
Jennifer Finney Boylan
Condé Nast Traveler, July 2005