Stayed in one of the cabins which was nice. Bathroom is on the small side no place to put your bathroom items (toothbrush,curling iron etc) No connection to the main house, very clean except for the dead mouse the forgot to remove..i was happy to see it dead and not a live! Extremely nice people running the place. Breakfast was very low quality for what i would have expected after paying over over $240 a night. One morning was blueberry pancakes, sausage and fruit...If your like me and do not like blueberry you were on your own. 2nd day for breakfast runny scrabbled eggs with cheese in them and again blueberry muffin things. Would have been nice to have had a couple main items to choice from. (maybe plain OR blueberry pancakes to offer?) Very quiet getaway with fabulous views. Probably won't go back to stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Moosehead Lake's most historic inn, just one block from downtown Greenville & Moosehead Lake, this 1890 restored lumber baron's mansion offers luxury & family suites, king/queen guestrooms & private cottages. The inn features upscale amenities and breath-taking views. Choose from accommodations offering a two person whirlpool tub, marble shower, spa robes, flat screen TVs, A/C and free WIFI. Your stay includes a scrumptious breakfast at your private table in our two dining rooms or wrap-around verandah...all while taking in magnificent views. Perched on a hill overlooking the town of Greenville, a one block stroll has you dockside at the historic steamship Katahdin and at the shops of downtown Greenville. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Greenville Inn At Moosehead Lake Maine