Meet the Innkeepers
Everyone working at The Chadwick Bed & Breakfast of Southern Maine has a story to share of how they ended up in the innkeeping world! But ask any of us and we will tell you that 10 years ago, none of us ever would’ve thought we’d be innkeepers!
E Scot Fuller-Beatty grew up in Vermont and moved to Maine to attend the University of Southern Maine School of Music. After several years of teaching abroad, he found himself back in the great state of Maine for his final state-side teaching assignment. In his last year of teaching, Scot was asked to inn-sit for a couple going on vacation and that’s when he found his second calling—not only as an innkeeper but as a self-employed entrepreneur. After inn-sitting for several properties and serving a stint as an assistant innkeeper, Scot was able to make the transition to innkeeper/owner of The Chadwick Bed & Breakfast in 2010.
Since then, Scot met Jason Fuller-Beatty, who became his husband in 2014. Jason loves music, plays guitar, and is a video-game aficionado. He moved from Illinois to Maine in the fall of 2011 to try life on the East Coast. Although he works outside the inn for a technology company, he has a VERY important job at the inn—making sure the recycling and compost is put out every Tuesday night! Scot and Jason love their home and are happy to invite others to come and enjoy it!
Erin Abraham came to The Chadwick Bed & Breakfast in April of 2014 after nearly a decade of self-employment as a house cleaner and accomplished seamstress/designer, soon after moving to Portland. She is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a degree in Theatrical Design. Don’t be fooled by her title of “Assistant Innkeeper”—she runs the show around here! In May of 2016, Erin and her partner Zach welcomed their first child, Lilian. Hopefully little Lily will make the transition to the housekeeping team soon!
Have a complaint? We introduce to you our brothers-by-another-mother team of Charlie & Henry, our purebred American-Shelter dogs! Not only are they our in-house human resources team, but they are also the official welcoming crew. Charlie is our lover (he’ll gladly show you where the money is for a biscuit) and Henry is our scaredy-cat (he thinks the best way to say hello is with a bark from afar!). They would very much like to be your friends but for our guests’ comfort, we keep them away from guest rooms and common areas.
Over the years, we have had a great crew of innkeepers, housekeepers, and breakfast cooks who sometimes come back to make guest appearances! Don’t be surprised if you run into Laura, Sebastian, Jonathan, Matt, Adam, Spencer, Cerella, Sara, or Carney!