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Norumbega Inn – Open for Business

June 4th, 2013 by Janet Wolf

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Norumbega Inn, Camden Maine

A Rebirth of ‘Maine’s Castle By The Sea’

The Norumbega Inn in Camden Maine is now receiving guests. The transfer of this grand ‘Stone Castle by the Sea’ bed and breakfast to Susan Walser and Chef Phil Crispo took place just a few months ago.

Sue Walser or Vanna ?

Sue Walser or Vanna ?

After a lot of cleaning, scraping, wall removals, landscaping and just general sweat equity the Inn opened to paying guests on Memorial Day weekend. The B&B Team was pleased to be a part of this transfer and we could not be more thrilled! Quoting directly from Sue and Phil, “We are proud and honored to renovate the castle, bringing its heart and soul back to life.” Sue brings her extensive business and marketing skills to Camden and Phil was recently an instructor with the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park New York. He brings many more past accolades and culinary experience to the table and the future looks bright with their passion for food and this lodging property extraordinaire.

Chef Phil Crispo and Innkeeper

Chef Phil Crispo and Innkeeper

The culinary travel draw for the Norumbega Inn will be huge. Sue and Phil will  initially offer dinner for inn guests and breakfasts to awake your soul but will soon expand with the offering of cooking classes and special catered events . All of which will ‘Complete the Package’. By the way this is Phil’s quote. We liked it so much we wrote it down on a card and it sits on Rick’s desk.photo

This does not literally mean, wrapping up a gift in a box  and tying it with a pretty bow, but it does mean this figuratively. The total package starts at the time a guest is greeted at your Inn and presented with your package.  They open and view the contents then savor it, gather all the contents together and take it home with complete satisfaction and gratitude. That total package, lodging, dining with great service and attention to every last detail should be a WOW from beginning to end. That ‘completes the package’. The B&B Team hopes that many of you will be able to visit Sue and Phil and experience the complete package that awaits every guest at the Norumbega Inn.

Every day presents itself with the opportunity to create and present another beautiful package to your guests. What a gift that is.

Thanks for Listening

Janet Wolf

 

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