An authentic North woods experience awaits you in the luxury of the Lodge at Moosehead Lake; common rooms, expansive deck, billard and pub, library, dining room. Eight of the nine guest rooms offer amazing views of the lake and surrounding mountains - six of the rooms have private decks. You'll find masterfully decorated rooms with twig tables, designer fabrics, antlers as curtain rods, birch limbs as ceiling borders, one-of-a-kind hand carved beds, Jacuzzi-style tubs, fireplaces, luxurious linens, seating areas and much more. Suites include private decks, and gardens. Relax by the natural stone fire pit or in Chloe's pub with full bar and games, or enjoy our complimentary guest pantry, movie library and FREE Wi-Fi. The Lodge crafts it's own Up North Cuisine from fresh,local Maine ingredients. Everything is Ala Carte - so the choices are yours. The Lodge at Moosehead Lake is your destination for rustic sophistication.
5 on November 11, 2011
This is truly a unique vacation. The view of the lake is really fantastic. The lodge is wonderful. The rooms are so comfortable. It's not your typical b&b, but we had a great time. Relaxing and luxurious.
4.8 on June 12, 2011
We are from Tennessee and loved our visit. It's a long trip but one I would make again gladly. Our suite was fabulous the owners great, and the surroundings beyond expectations. We loved our quite time, relaxed and went to the Indian Trading Post several times. Our guide, Ed, found 4 Moose on our "moose hunt." A wonderful place to be!
5 on November 14, 2010
The Lodge at Moosehead Lake was an experience of a lifetime. I loved getting up in the morning to nice soft music and looking out the window at the lake and the beautiful mountains. the view is like a post card. I love moose. I stayed in the moose room. Beautifully decorated in all moose patterns. The beds are very comfortable. Linda and Dennis are so sweet and provide a wonderful breakfast. I went on a moose safari that they provide. The guide was great and we saw four moose. I can't wait to return to the mountains of Greenville Maine.
3.8 on October 12, 2010
Wow! Our first massages ever – then came strawberries & champagne delivered by Linda. By now, I’m feeling so at home. We’ve met some wonderful people staying here and we managed to catch up with them at breakfast. We had a lovely dinner here, we ordered the beef filet mignon & Lobster Mac N Cheese. Delish! You must try the Mooseopolitan at Chloe’s Pub. I had three, maybe two or four? We had a wonderful time! Linda, Dennis & Chloe – thank you!
4.8 on August 26, 2010
We just stayed at the lodge at moosehead lake for 5 heavenly days. The area is beautiful, and the lodge itself was exactly what we needed: the beds were extremely comfortable, breakfasts delicious, a warm fire under the stars at night with marshmallows, and outstanding service overall. Highly recommended.
5 on August 09, 2010
Your place is truly the Lake Placid Lodge of Maine. Your website gave us an accurate preview of the charm and beauty we would soon be enjoying. Would that we could stay for months, but, alas, Vermont is calling. We will once again be transported back to our fabulous visit each time we are wrapped in our gorgeous chocolate brown robes from the Lodge at Moosehead Lake!! the food, our magnificent rooom and stunning surroundings came together for a fantastic holiday. So great to meet you both. Nancy
4.0 on June 09, 2010
was extremely impressed with service , accomodations--met all our needs -great advice on what to see and do-lots of grins-
5 on March 21, 2010
Superb accomodations, flawless service with incredible attention to detail, excellent food, killer view. Don't miss it.
4.4 on July 14, 2008
The Lodge at Moosehead Lake was very nice. We had a great room that overlooked the lake. They offer tons of amenities in their bathrooms, which was impressive. We enjoyed the pub. Chloe, the "other innkeeper" was right there in the morning in the dining room to enjoy anything that might drop for her (however, they ask that you don't feed her)! We awoke to see a whole family of wild turkey walking across the lawn. It was quite a site to see.
4.8 on July 14, 2008
This inn sits atop a hill offering just a spectacular vista of Moosehead Lake. The inn is all about luxury, offering rustic elegance. The rooms are themed; each offers a hand-carved bed and mirror to match with local wildlife themes. We stayed in the Loon Room and the four posters all sported hand carved loons in various stages of flight. There was a lovely view of the lake from this room. We ate dinner in the pub, and even had a rousing round of darts too. There's also a pool table here. The food was great, and again, the setting and views were fabulous from there too. The inn is great for couples seeking a luxury retreat.
The Ultimate Hideaway with Astonishing Views: This 2 bedroom suite with eat-in kitchen and great room, offers ideal accommodations for couples looking for space, privacy and seclusion or when family and friends are in need of quarters that offer private rooms with multiple beds.
Nightly Rate: $549 - $695
The Katahdin suite is often described as the most romantic, with its king sleigh bed dressed in luxurious fabrics and linens, sunken living room with a wall of floor to ceiling windows opening onto a private deck and patio with views of the lake and mountains that will astound. The TV cabinet with gas fireplace makes this a very cozy and comfortable escape. An ultimate bathroom with double Jacuzzi-style bathtub, tile shower, gas fireplace and many luxury amenities.
Nightly Rate: $399 - $510
The Baxter suite offers understated elegance and charm with an imaginative twist of rustic. The King bed is constructed with vintage farm house wood and antique boom chains. The living room is two steps down from the sleeping area. A corner cabinet houses the TV and movie player as well as a gas fireplace. A wall of floor to ceiling windows frame in the spectacular lake views. Walk out through the french doors to your private deck and patio where you can sit in the evening and watch sunsets;Beautiful bath with tile shower, double tub and double sinks. Pet Friendly.
Nightly Rate: $399 - $475
The Allagash is decorated with antique oars and vintage paddles in a tribute to the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. The earthy color palette in this marvelous room emits warmth upon entry. The queen bed is suspended from the ceiling by Boom Chains dating back to the logging era of the 1800's adding to the uniqueness of this suite. Relax on the 10'x16' private deck with incredible views of Moosehead Lake. Beautiful bath with tile shower, double tub and double vessel sinks. Pet friendly.
Nightly Rate: $399 - $465
When you enter this spacious room, you'll first see the custom designed king bed where little black bears are masterfully carved in each of four bed posts. The "Bear" room overlooks Moose Mountain and Moosehead Lake framed by a large picture window. Step out on your private deck to enjoy a beautiful morning in your wicker lounge chairs with a cup of freshly brewed coffee from your in-room Keurig. A room at the Lodge is your haven from the world and the Bear room's corner stone fireplace and oh so comfortable chair and ottoman lets you unwind and curl up with a great book. This room includes new easy access, large tile shower with rain shower head and towel warmer. Enjoy HDTV, DVD player, compact refrigerator and beverage center.
Nightly Rate: $319 - $410
The Moose Room is on a second floor room with sweeping views of Moosehead lake and Big Moose mountain. A hand carved queen bed is of two magnificent bull moose. Several different staining techniques were used to create a more life-like appearance. The bed along with the matching bathroom mirror embraces and celebrates the MOOSE. A fabulous room with a very spacious sitting area, HDTV and gas fireplace. A full size sleeper sofa, several wing back chairs upholstered in a warm, earthy color palette. Private bath with Jacuzzi-style bathtub/shower combination
Nightly Rate: $319 - $375
For the wild at heart: When entering this second floor room, what captures your heart is the intricate hand carved queen four poster bed. While the influence is Northwestern Indian culture, the animals depicted are those found in the Moosehead region. Eagle, Beaver, Raven and the Bear with a fish. It's not the rich, luxurious fabrics that adorn the room, gas fireplace, nor the nature inspired border, it's not even the cozy spacious sitting area with a TV and gas fireplace, although it exudes luxury. What will capture your heart is the view.
Nightly Rate: $319 - $375
Entering this first floor room will drawn you to the double French doors offering unsurpassed lake, sunset and mountain views. Step out onto your large, private deck and relax on a full set of wicker furniture.Marvel at a one-of-a-kind, hand-carved loon on the bed post at each corner of your luxurious, king-size bed. Enjoy beverages and snacks from the built-in bar with compact refrigerator and personal Keurig coffee maker. Languish in your private bath with a Jacuzzi-style tub and shower combination and a custom made, rustic vanity topped with native slate tile.
Nightly Rate: $319 - $410
Moosehead Lake is known worldwide for its Trout fishing and this room reflects that love. This second floor room, complete with a one of a kind hand-carved queen four poster bed and bathroom mirror is perfect for the ultimate romantic getaway in Maine. A trout is leaping for a worm on the front and a lure on the back. Upholstered walls in a fly fishing fabric add warmth and quiet. There's a step up sitting area with two wing back chairs that are surrounded by four windows overlooking the woodland gardens of the Lodge. An HDTV, DVD player and gas fireplace adds to the cozy, welcome atmosphere. This accommodation provides a charming bath with Jacuzzi-style bathtub/shower combination and beverage center.
Nightly Rate: $259 - $299
Lily Bay State Park, Waterview, Countryside, Lakefront, Mountains, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 75 miles
Route 15 North through Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford to village of Greenville (about 75 miles or 1.5 hours); go straight through one light (Lake remains on your left) 2.6 miles; past Blair Hill Inn on your right; make sharp left down driveway and park in front of the Lodge.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Dog Sled Trips, Fly & Canoe Trips, International Seaplane Festival - September, Katahdin Boat Cruises, Moose Safaris & Wildlife Tours, Moosemania - Mid-May to Mid-June, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Boutique Hotel
BBQ grill, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Private entrance, Spa, Telephone, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Makeup Mirror, In-Room coffee makers, Most rooms with compact refrigerators
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Dog Sledding, Fly Fishing Trips, School and Lessons, Skeet Shooting, Snowmobiling, Seaplane Rides, Moose Safaris & Wildlife Tours, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Dennis & Linda Bortis
Our goal is to provide the Lodge guests with unexpected delights that will immerse them in both pampering and adventure.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Maine Lobster Mac & Cheese
Indulgent creamy creation; lobster shells are cooked with the stock adding a deep, deep flavor to this dish described as simply “heaven”. Available as an entree' or side dish.