We just published our winter 2007 newsletter and have been receiving a lot of great feedback. Thank you for your notes!
Michael and Mary Jo
Just to let you know, I still have a postcard of the Heartstone Inn at my desk at home. I paid you a visit about two years ago, in the winter, and came away saying that it was about the best inn I had ever visited, and I have been to many. It was not just the look of your place, but the warm friendly nature of the staff that made me feel as if I was visiting their home as a welcome guest. I still think about my visit, to this day.
I will be back again.
My husband and I stayed at your inn for our 5th anniversary in 2001. We’ve continued to get your e-mails, although we’ve not been back to Maine since then. This weekend, my sister and her husband are there for their 5th anniversary. Their names are Mike and Mary _____.
When we were together at Thanksgiving, they mentioned that they were thinking of Maine for their anniversary and asked if we had a recommendation. In addition to your e-mails, we had just received your postcard at home. I thought of the Hartstone immediately. Your updated and informative Web site provided all they needed to know. The trip to the James Beard House and the recent Boston Globe coverage were terrific endorsements.
I’m sure they’ll have a wonderful weekend.
Just thought I’d let you know how your e-mails were making a difference five years later. We hope to make it back to Camden one day.
Patti and Ritchie
We had such a wonderful time at your inn to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary last May (2006). Brian and I were dazzled by the meals you prepared and your famous souffles. My husband was thrilled with the tour you gave us of your kitchen and was looking forward to feeling well enough to return to the Hartstone Inn for your cooking classes. As a heart transplant recipient with a compromised immune system, there were many complications. My Brian passed away on September 23, 2007. I just wanted you to know that we had very happy memories of our trip to Camden, Maine and that it was a pleasure to meet you and your lovely wife.