We would like to share with all of our guests that we have adopted Clean the World’s soap and bottled amenities recycling program! This means all of your used soaps and bottled amenities will be recycled after your visit! After being collected and shipped to a Clean the World Recycling Center, bar soap is first surface cleaned. The soap is then sterilized with a process that has been tested and validated by SGS North America. The sterilized soap is ground, and the soap grounds are inserted into a soap manufacturing line and re-pressed into brand new bars. The bars are boxed for distribution to those in need all over the world. Beyond the hygiene efforts, this report looks at the social, environmental and economic impact Clean the World and our Hospitality...
There are still so much to see and do in Acadia~ Don’t hesitate to come out enjoy ANP at its prime season!
Our manager, Mindy, made such an impression on a young couple who stayed with us at Seawall Motel that when they realized they needed a second witness for the Saturday July, 27 wedding they gave her a call. The young travelers checked out early Friday morning to scope out where they would hold their wedding ceremony. Alan and Colleen (Spencer) were married on Otter Cliffs off the Park Look Road. It was a beautifully romantic, private ceremony. Best of luck to our Newly Weds!!!
Southwest harbor is experiencing very high temperatures this week. Monday in town it was 99* Here at the Seawall Motel Temperatures stay relatively cooler because of the natural AC unit directly across the street (THE OCEAN) Guests find that closing the windows and blinds to their rooms to keep the sun out during the day, and opening them in the early afternoon/evening helps keep the room at a relaxing temperature.
Pumpkin Carving at Seawall Motel in Southwest Harbor, Maine Last night, Seawall Motel’s guests, Staff, family, and friends all participated in some good old fashioned pumkin carving. After clearing a space where continental breakfast is usally held, they had pumpkin guts and seeds flying all around. Today they sit outside of the motel’s office waiting to have the candles lit at sunset… More to come!