The Ice Fish Inn is a year-round bed and breakfast inn in Millinocket, Maine, in one of the town's designated four most-historic residences, within easy walking distance of shopping and dining. We offer: 7 rooms with all private baths, queen-size beds, A/C, wifi, cable TV, flexible breakfast options and hours, 2 pet-friendly rooms, mini-fridges, 24/7 coffee service, microwave, and loaner fishing gear. We are located in Maine's North Woods region, next door to Mt. Katahdin, Baxter State Park, and the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail; and in the heart of the Maine Highlands hiking, paddling, snowmobile, cross-country skiing and ATV trail networks. Millinocket is the gateway community for Gulf Hagas, the Katahdin Ironworks, the 100-Mile Wilderness, Ripogenus Gorge, the Golden Road, the Allagash Waterway and the most scenic backwoods and wildlife in the state.
The Angler Room has two queen-size beds&amp;#13;&amp;#10;Private bath with shower. This is a pet-friendly room.
The Map Room has two queen-size beds. Private bath with accessiblity-friendly shower and toilet. This is a pet-friendly room.
The Medieval Room has one queen-size brass bed. Private bath with shower.
The Chicken Room has One queen-size bed. Private bath with shower
The Moose Room has One queen-size bed. Private bath with shower
The Funky Room has one queen-size bed. Private bath with shower
The Whitewater Room has one queen-size bed. Large private bath with jacuzzi tub.
5 on September 14, 2013
We enjoyed our stay with a very pleasant room on the front. It was clean, well stocked with toiletries and real glasses for drinking. The owners were friendly and helpful. Mornings brought fresh coffee, pleasant company and a great breakfast.
4.0 on August 17, 2013
My boyfriend and I stayed here during a family reunion in August and had an enjoyable time. We stayed in the Chicken Room and LOVED the chickens! The room was clean and decorated nicely. The bathroom is a little small and there is no vanity. It is great for a night or two. My boyfriend also really liked the idea of having a frig in the room with water and Moxie. The neighborhood was also really convenient. Walking distance to a lot of options and a nice area to run (if you are into exercising). The breakfast option is wonderful. The Appalachian Trail is a great restaurant and the breakfast was amazing! Get their homemade English muffins...
5 on December 20, 2012
We stayed here for a weekend of hiking and would definitely stay again. The room was perfect with a comfortable bed, responsive heating/cooling, very clean. I arrived late and had a choice of walking my exuberant dog (who had been trapped in a car for the 7 hour drive), or getting to a restaurant before closing. One of the owners offered to walk her for me. That's hospitality! The next day after a chilly, autumn hike I enjoyed a cup of their comforting herbal tea and candied ginger. The owners made sure I was always comfortable and that I enjoyed my stay. It's a short walk to local restaurants, including the classic AT Cafe.
5 on September 05, 2012
My husband and I just returned from a 10 day tour of New England. By far, the Ice Fish Inn was the best place we stayed the entire journey. Rooms were spotless clean, quiet, and comfortable--bar none, it was the most comfortable bed we slept on the entire 10 days. We very much enjoyed the different themes of each room, and finally settled on the "Chicken Room" for our stay. Coffee and Tea on demand at the inn at any hour you like. Breakfast is at a local restaurant with a voucher provided with your stay. The owners were very helpful with suggestions on places to go to eat around town, as well as directing us to places to go see moose, other wildlife, and places to fish. We're planning another trip for next year for some hiking, and plan to stay at this inn again.
Walking distance to dining, Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Bangor, ME (BGR) 70 miles
Exit the airport terminal area onto Godfrey airport heading north towards Route 222. Turn right onto Route 222/Union Street. In 1 mile, turn left onto the on-ramp for I-95 North. Drive north 60 miles on I-95. Take exit 244 off of I-95 onto Route 157 heading west towards Baxter State Park. Go straight ten miles into Millinocket. There are only 2 traffic lights in town. Take you first right after the second traffic light onto Highland Avenue and park immediately on the right in the Inn parking lot.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, Allagash Waterway, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Videos , Two pet-friendly rooms, Loaner fishing equipment, Ice fishing equipment rental
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, ATV trails, ATV trails, ATV trails, ATV trails, ATV trails, ATV trails, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Whitewater Rafting
Sean and Catie Clark
4 Cats , 1 Dog
fishing, paddling, hiking, fishing, skiing, painting, fishing, historical re-enactment and living history groups, computers and electronics, fishing, traveling, mineral collecting, fishing
Low fat , Low Sugar/Diabetic