Bates Bedspreads at French's Point
We love catering to the hospitality industry and, dare we say, our fans in the hospitality industry love working with us too. The design, durability and generous sizing of our bedspreads seems to be the perfect fit for many inns, retreats and bed & breakfasts throughout the country.
French’s Point on Penobscot Bay, right in our own home state of Maine, is one of those places.
Nestled on 14 acres of oceanfront property with two beautiful homes surrounded by 100 acres of State Preserve, French’s Point offers a private and peaceful seaside setting for visitors and guests to enjoy.
The property has a long and rich history dating back to the mid 1700’s. The Farm House shown above was established in 1764 and the neighboring Retreat House established in 1885 serve jointly as a large vacation rental property for families and weddings, accommodating up to 50 guests overnight with 20 guest suites (wow!).
The Brooks family purchased the property in 2002 and have since restored and transformed the estate into a setting for milestone gatherings and events. French’s Point hosts only one group of guests a weekend, affording each group privacy and exclusive enjoyment of the estate. French’s Point is not just a place to stay - it’s an experience.
Needless to say, we were very excited when French’s Point reached out to us during their search for new bedding - and they were proud to be able to work with fellow family-owned Maine business for this need.
We love how their team incorporated the Colonial Rose Bedspread into their guest room decor, adding a splash of color with harmonized throw pillows and duvet.
The light shining in on the picture above shows the subtle, puffed texture that our Matelasse Bedspreads are known for.
If you or someone you know is planning a wedding or other milestone event, you may want to consider this unique property. You and your guests are sure to have a wonderful, memorable experience.
Have you stayed at French's Point? Do you own a Colonial Rose Bedspread? Let us know about it in the comments below!