Cozy, low-key and completely relaxed, Le Vatout Bed and Breakfast is a home that we’re fortunate to share with our guests, our friends. A traditional New England farmhouse, it’s our personal artists’ retreat and its rooms are filled with paintings, photographs and found objects. Books beckon wherever there’s space. Desks invite the writer in all but one room. But life around here congregates in the kitchen – the hearth is Le Vatout’s center, its heart. Outwardly, it’s nothing special, just a big old kitchen last upgraded decades ago, no fancy fixtures, no polished granite, no industrial strength sink — what matters here is not appearance, what matters at Le Vatout is soul.
Meals have substance, flavors have a twist, and old-fashioned conversation reigns as your hosts have a way with herbs and with words and know when to serve either. Whether you crave the quiet pleasure of a cup of tea in the garden, favor a communal breakfast of buckwheat pancakes served at the dining table flooded with sun, or simply want to hang out at the kitchen island, dig into a shrimp omelet and chat, you’ll quickly discover that at Le Vatout everything’s just different enough to delight.
We’ve been told that when asked what it meant, this strange little French snippet of a phrase, the founder of Le Vatout would gesture around him, at the fabulous garden, the beautiful house, and reply, “All of it – great food, good company, art and music and nature – everything that matters. Le Vatout means The Whole Thing.” He’s long moved on and we’re honored to continue his legacy of hospitality and appreciation of life in this quiet corner of the world called Waldoboro.
Address218 Kalers Cr St
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