Giri Hotels acquired their 48th New England property this week. Built in 1984, Harraseeket Inn is located at 162 Main Street, Freeport, Maine 04032. The resort offers a charming and beautiful New England getaway for the whole family, with award-winning dining, indoor pool, well-kept grounds, and easy access to Freeport’s downtown.

“We’re excited to bring this property into the Giri portfolio. We absolutely love Maine, and the Harraseeket Inn represents the very best of what the state has to offer. A mainstay in the downtown area, it’s a quaint inn run by an excellent, long-lived staff,” said Nazba Jenulevich, Regional Director of Operations.

Just 20 minutes away from Portland, ME, the Harraseeket Inn offers 94 cozy, comfortable rooms and townhomes, a destination for family vacations, weddings, and events. The hotel is situated right off Freeport’s downtown, just two minutes from its well-known shopping center, featuring shops like the L.L. Bean outlet. Visitors can access outdoor activities like snowshoeing, hiking, and fly fishing just minutes from the hotel, as well as explore shops and dining right downtown. Plus, pet-friendly accommodations make it easy to bring the whole family!

“This hotel is as good as a member of the community, known for its welcoming, friendly atmosphere and beautiful grounds,” said Ryan Amin, Giri Hotels Managing Partner. “We look forward to working with the incredible team to upgrade guest experience while preserving the unique character of the inn.”

Giri Hotels is based out of Quincy, Massachusetts, with 26 properties in Maine. The group is known for its approach to guest experience and work atmosphere, and are committed to providing excellent benefits and growth opportunities for their newest team members. The company plans to continue investing in the hotel to maintain its high standards, carry on its commitment to the community, and offer the same great hospitality and family feel.

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