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Maine Best Lodging 2011

Maine Best Lodging 2011
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by in May 2011

BEST IN-TOWN COUNTRY INN
Oxford House Inn,
Fryeburg
Downtown Fryeburg is just outside the front door, but the back views extend over farmlands and fields to mountains. Breakfast are fab, but don’t miss dinner here, either. Rates: from $149, including full breakfast. Entrees: from $24. 548 Main St. 800-261-7206, 207-935-3442; oxfordhouseinn.com

BEST LAKE LODGING
Flagstaff LAKE Hut,
Carrabassett Valley
Located on the sandy eastern shore of Flagstaff Lake (excellent for swimming), the hut sits in the shadow of Bigelow Mountain. Hot showers, lights, comfy beds, hearty meals, and even wine welcome guests to this wilderness waterside lodge owned by Maine Huts & Trails. Access from the closest trailhead at Long Falls Dam Road. Nonmember rates: from $69 adults, $32 children. 877-634-8824 (reservations), 207-265-2400; mainehuts.org

BEST FARM STAY
Pittston Farm,
Pittston Academy Grant Township
This historic farm, an oasis of civilization in the wilderness north of Moosehead Lake, welcomes guests with unfussy accommodations and hearty lumberjack-quality meals. Rates: $90 per person, including full breakfast; $109 per person, including three meals per day. 53 Pittston Farm Road. 207-280-0000; pittstonfarm.com

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