Our uniquely decorated home has five comfortable guest rooms each with private bath. The locally themed rooms each have a queen bed, air conditioning, TV with DVD player, coffee maker, ceiling fan and plenty of pillows! Rates include a scrumptious full breakfast. Walk to shops and restaurants. Close to Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin and Appalachian Trail. Four season activities available in area. Accommodations for adults and children over the age of 12. You'll find "there's no place like home...except maybe ours!"
5 on September 19, 2013
We are still raving about our visit to Youngs House B&B. The inn was warm and inviting and meticulously clean. We loved sitting on the porch and enjoying our tea and coffee after walking downtown to get a bit to eat. But the BEST part - BREAKFAST! It was fantastic! The most delicious meal of our whole 10-day vacation. Were already scheming how we can get back to Millinocket for another visit to Youngs House B&B. :)
5 on September 07, 2013
The Young House B&B is very comfortable and clean. The rooms are very cute, and have everything a hotel room does. I was surprised that the hot water never got cold, even though the house was full when I was there. Being able to take a long hot shower after a long hike is a must for me. I was surprised how nice the house was. I knew that the area it is located is pretty remote, so I was not sure what to expect, but I was very pleased. The breakfast was amazing, and I am just now remembering to write this review because I am craving the couscous and granola topped yogurt right now. We also had to check in very late, and also check out very early. Everyone was very accomidating. I would love to visit again sometime! Thanks Micki and Fred, from Lori Overton (2012 AT thru hiker group who came back in July 2013 to hike Mt. Katahdin again in better weather)
4.8 on August 22, 2013
We spent a one-night stopover at the Young House traveling from Prince Edward island to Boston. Fred and Micki were gracious hosts, and the house itself is charming from top to bottom. The breakfast was truly exceptional (and substantial!).
4.4 on August 06, 2013
We had a great 10 year anniversary visiting Maine in part because of our stay at this B&B. Amazing breakfast (large portions, great selection, later breakfast option up till 9:30)! Enjoyed delightful conversation with the owners and found them helpful with options in the area. Rested deeply in the Baxter Room and were entertained by the large selection of movies available with the TV in our room. Great visit and hopefully we will go again someday!
5 on July 29, 2013
Micki & Fred, Thank you for making our stay a wonderful experience! Breakfast was over the top!! Your home is just lovely. I will be back next year to stay. See you then! Kathleen A.
5 on July 15, 2013
We checked-in at around supper time and were promptly greeted by the very friendly housekeeper and owner, Micki Shumacher. She gave us a quick tour of our room and helped us with a few details regarding our hike the next day. The room, Mount Katahdin room, was very nice and clean and quite spacious for the two of us. It has it’s own shower and toilet (as all rooms have, I believe). The sink/vanity was located in the room (a feature we love). We slept very well! The bed was very comfortable and we couldn’t hear any of the neighbors (all rooms were rented). On our first morning, we had to leave very early to complete our hike, so the owners prepared us a nice breakfast to go. A very nice touch that goes above and beyond in our opinion. The morning after our hike, being exhausted, we arrived downstairs for a real treat. The breakfasts here are absolutely incredible! Try combining a real traditional homemade breakfast with the quality of gastronomical restaurants and you’ll start to have an idea of how good this is. The spinach eggs benedict were to die for and “2, two and too” was heartier (and much tastier) than what you’ll find at truck stop! Plus, they start things off with a tasty yogurt parfait. If these don’t float your boat, you can choose from a wide variety available on the menu… Yes, a menu at a B&B! Suffice to say, it’s worth staying here just for the food. To get an idea, of the charm and beauty of the house, you only need to check the website. The pictures are a true reflection. The porch is great just to lie around, read a book and relax. We were very happy to have had the experience of staying here. Although our hike was very strenuous, we found here a little oasis that makes you feel at home. It’s almost like visiting the relatives you love, but that you only get a chance to do on rare occasions. We’ll certainly be back for some R&R or for more adventuring.
5 on June 09, 2013
If you are staying in Millinocket, you definitely should stay at the Young House Bed & Breakfast! From the moment you walk in, you feel like you've known Micki and Fred all your life! The room and stay was fantastic, and the food was amazing!! The owners know a lot about the area, where to eat, where to hike, where to find moose, and Mt. Katahdin! You will also love the artwork hanging all around the house. Like I said, you will definitely feel like you are at home at The Young House B&B. My husband and I will definitely come again!!
4.6 on April 10, 2013
A group of us were going to Millinocket to visit our niece and were pleasantly surprised with this lovely B&B available. The rooms all had private baths and were nicely decorated. We used the comfortable parlor to stay up talking and tell tall tales. There was quite a selection for breakfast and the food was excellent.
5 on November 20, 2012
We stayed for one nightat the Young House B&B and will definitely come back again when we visit the US. It a lovely, quaint property and the breakfast was cooked to perfection. Lovely owners and really friendly. Next time we hope to stay longer and explore the park.
5 on August 22, 2012
We had a great time at the Young House. I would highly recommend staying here. Breakfast was delicious and made to order. And the morning I left early for a hike there was a "goody" bag for me to take along. The house was beautifully decorated. And the hosts, Micki and Fred were so accommodating and helpful.
Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 78 miles
From exit 244 on I-95 (Medway/Millinocket exit) head west on Rt. 157/11. Stay on Rt.157/11 thru the small towns of Medway and E. Millinocket. Once in Millinocket, you are on Centgral Street. Proceed through a traffic light at McDonald's, a blinking light going down the hill and a 2nd traffic light at the heart of town (Penobscot Avenue). As you continue up the hill, make your first right onto Highland Avenue and an immediate left into our parking lot.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Baxter State Park, Appalachian Trail, Mt. Katahdin, Golf Course, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Micki and Fred Schumacher
We are avid music and theatre lovers and have collectively performed in over 100 community theatre productions. Fred enjoys photography and computer games while Micki enjoys sewing and quilting. Together we enjoy moose watching and riding our Goldwing.