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Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast

Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast is located in Washington, Maine, and is owned by Debbie and Cyd Zeigler. The property sits on 120 acres of land, with ten of the acres used for blueberry farming. Thirty-five acres of the land was originally given to the family by Debbie's grandmother in the 1980s. The rest of the grounds are comprised of the woods, with a small portion being a sugar maple grove. The owners tap the maples to make homemade maple syrup. The main house on the premises has five units and is next to the blueberry fields. There is also a cottage on the property that has the capacity for five patrons. Each morning breakfast is served from eight to nine in the morning and is made by Debbie, who has been in the food industry for 50 years.


The Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast is located on the rolling hills of Washington, Maine. The owners, Debbie and Cyd Zeigler, have built the buildings on over 120 acres of land, where they farm blueberries on ten acres of the premises. The wooded land also contains a sugar-maple grove that the owners tap to make maple syrup. The land also has over two miles worth of walking trails for guests to use at their leisure. The trails were previously used as logging roads but were converted by Cyd for his ATVs and patrons. The trails go through the sugar bushes found on the premises. The property has a gazebo built on the hills that overlooks the land, that can provide an extensive view of the property. The backyard has a gas fireplace near the main building and a firepit in the field that guests can access. The front of the house has a large front porch with seating. Patrons can often see wild animals roaming the 120-acre property. Common animals on the land include white-tailed deer, moose, raccoons, turkeys, blue jays, and red-tailed hawks. 

Debbie and Cyd, the owners of the bed and breakfast, describe the overall theme of their property to be "country." The main house has five units for guests to use. There is also an additional cottage house that can have a capacity of five guests. The cottage is a short walk from the house, has two bedrooms, a porch, and has rustic amenities such as a wood stove, screened-in porch, and a fully equipped kitchen. The main building consists of three floors where the rooms are found. The five rooms are the Eustis Suite, Bryant Pond, Washington, Camden, and the Wiscasset Rooms. These rooms include a private bath, air-conditioning, refrigerator, and private access to the outdoors. Common areas of the main house include a sitting area on the main floor, where breakfast is also served, a game room that includes ping pong, and a loft on the second floor.

Breakfast is served in the morning from eight to nine. Guests are given a menu and can choose what to eat each morning. The menu includes eggs benedict, Cyd's scramble, veggie omelet, blueberry French toast, pancakes, bacon, home fries, cinnamon buns, and Belgian waffles. Breakfast at the Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast is open to the public on Fridays to Sundays, with each item varying in price. Debbie and Cyd have a full liquor license, enabling them to sell alcohol on the property.


The Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast was built by Debbie and Cyd Zeigler to have a country feel. The land is surrounded by a wooded landscape and blueberry fields that create a sense of being surrounded by nature. The busiest time for the bed and breakfast is during the summer months possibly due to the warmer weather, but those looking to stay at the property can book at any time of the year since the inn is open year-round. The Zeiglers have also reported that a high percentage of their business is repeat guests that come back year after year. Overall, there is a wide variety in the demographics of people who stay at the inn, but the most common are couples between the ages of 50 to 70.

Debbie and Cyd Zeigler have been in the food industry for over 50 years and have implemented their skills into the hospitality industry to create the Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast. Since opening the business, they have established the motto of their property as, "Unique one of a kind location of Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast offers our guests a peace and tranquility... Hand-built structure set among the rolling hills, blueberry fields, and wooded trails creates a bond with nature that you will never forget." Those who have stayed at the inn have said, "We enjoyed the food, room, and the personal touch of our hosts Deb and Cyd. They go above and beyond to make your stay so special. The place has such a warm, content feeling."

Debbie and Cyd have designed the Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast to create their ideal environment for their guests. The owners have established the cottage as the only building able to accommodate pets, while the main building does not allow pets. Smoking is prohibited in the buildings but is permitted on the property's grounds. The game room is only open until 9 PM to keep the premises quieter. Debbie and Cyd are available for the guest's needs and will also give the patrons recommendations for things in the surrounding area. A few places to eat recommended by Debbie are the Sterling Public House, Delvino's Grill and Pasta House, and the Food Shack. One of the most popular activities to do in the area is hiking. Local attractions include Sweet Season Farm and Café, Camp Med-O-Lark, Morse's Sauerkraut, Sweetgrass Farm Winery and Distillery, Union Pottery, Alford Lake Camp, and Farnsworth Art Museum.


Debbie Zeigler's grandmother originally owned the land where eventually the Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast would be established. Her grandmother later gave her and Cyd Zeigler, her husband, 35 acres of land in the 1980s. When first inheriting the land, they built a cabin at the edge of the blueberry fields. The land served as a vacationing spot for the Zeigler family, with their favorite activity being able to enjoy the sunsets over the hills and blueberry fields.

Once all the kids were grown up and moved out, Debbie and Cyd moved to Washington, Maine, in 2006 and built the barn, so Cyd had a place to store all his plumbing and construction equipment. Debbie was the first to realize the property would be the perfect place for her dreams to come true. A year later, she and her husband began erecting the buildings for the bed and breakfast in 2007. Blueberry Fields Bed and Breakfast has been open for the past 11 years. The cottage on the property has been there since 1983, but the innkeepers have been the ones to add everything else to the property over the course of three years.

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673 Razorville Road
Washington, Maine
United States




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