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The Nuthatch Room

Maine roomThe Nuthatch looks down onto our gardens from its second floor perch. A charming room with old-fashioned built-ins and wide-pine floors, it's quintessential Maine. It has a southern exposure and sunlight streams in almost all day long. Add to that a large library of "real" books from our personal collection and you can imagine that some guests have found it hard to leave once they have nested here.

This room has two single beds, but it is large enough that you can combine them into a king should you want to stay longer and can't stand to sleep apart. It also features a beautiful antique arts and crafts desk and a comfortable chair, especially handy if you want to bring a laptop and use our wireless internet connection. The Nuthatch shares a bathroom with the Chickadee next door. Located right across the hall, the bathroom has a large, walk-in shower and a marvelous skylight right above the sink... makes for perfect bird-watching as you brush your teeth.

ROOM RATES:
Summer (June 15th through Labor Day Weekend): $120
Spring & Fall (May 1st through June 14th & Labor Day through October 31st): $110
Quiet season (November 1st through April 30th): $95

To check for availability or to make a reservation click here. You can also simply give us a call at (207) 832-5150. Or... fly back to the other rooms:
The Robin
The Goldfinch
The Chickadee

... and its relative

The Red-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta canadensis) and its cousin, the White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) are nature's acrobats, hitching themselves up and down tree trunks and branches. They travel with a gang - a small flock of titmice and chickadees - and understand each others calls sufficiently to help with foraging and predators. The nest hole is usually high in a tree and is lined with fur, fine grass, and shredded bark. Both adults feed the chicks in the nest and for a couple of weeks after fledging, and the male also feeds the female while she is incubating. Monogamous, non-migratory birds they tend to stay in their territory year-round and are a common sight at Le Vatout.

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Le Vatout | 218 Kaler's Corner | P.O. Box 333 | Waldoboro, ME 04572 | (207) 832-5150 | info@levatout.com


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