We stayed at the Bellmard Inn because our son was getting married in Princeton, ME and we wanted to be close to the activities. We were pleasantly surpriced upon arrival to the Inn. Sandra & Doug, were very welcoming and made sure you were taken care of. The rooms were very clean as well as the main living area which we spent most of our time in whether playing cards or watching TV. The home is older but has tons of history and the furniture was beautiful for its age. Sandra & Doug, served us a wonderful breakfast one morning, which was made to order! There were so many choices and the french toast was excellent.
I would definately recommend staying here if your travels take you this far north. We would stay again if we visit again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Vintage rural country inn built in 1898. Open year round. A variety of rooms located on first and second floor, private and shared bathrooms. Sitting room for gatherings. Meals offered with 24 hour notice and 2 guest miniumum. Pets are welcomed at no charge. ... more less