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WHERE TO STAY
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by in Jan 2012

Nestlewood Inn
3004 Town Line Road, Carrabassett Valley. 207-237-2077; nestlewoodinn.com
East of Bigelow village, a log-cabin lodge with seven guestrooms, plus a great room with fieldstone fireplace. Rates include full breakfast and afternoon snacks.

Three Stanley Avenue B&B
3 Stanley Ave., Kingfield. 207-265-5541; stanleyavenue.com
This circa-1900 home houses six guestrooms dressed in Victorian decor; three with private baths, three shared. Rates include full breakfast.

Herbert Grand Hotel
246 Main St., Kingfield. 207-265-2000; herbertgrandhotel.com
Antiques-filled, pet-friendly 26-room Victorian hotel. Rooms vary widely (some are a bit quirky).

Mountain Village Farm B&B
164 Main St., Kingfield. 207-265-2030; mountainvillageinn.com
Six guestrooms, all with private baths, two with whirlpool tub. Living room with fireplace. Rates include full breakfast.

Tranquility Lodge
Route 27, Stratton. 207-246-2122; tranquillitylodgebandb.com
A peaceful B&B in a converted 19th-century post-and-beam barn on Flagstaff Lake. Continental-plus breakfast served.

Saddleback Area

Pleasant Street Inn B&B
104 Pleasant St., Rangeley. 207-864-5916; pleasantstreetinnbb.com
A converted and beautifully renovated farmhouse; comfortable living room with gas stove and guest parlor with woodstove; on a quiet hillside within walking distance of downtown. Rates include full breakfast and tea with appetizers.

Country Club Inn
56 Country Club Road, Rangeley. 207-864-3831; countryclubinnrangeley.com
Pet-friendly rooms overlooking Rangeley Lake are vintage 1960s lodge style. In the baronial main lodge, two fieldstone fireplaces face off. Rates include full breakfast; rates with dinner are also available. Dining room open weekends, school vacations, and holidays.

Loon Lodge
16 Pickford Road, Rangeley. 207-864-5666; loonlodgeme.com
Rooms with shared or private baths; best two are on the lower level and overlook the lake, as do the upstairs bistro and pub, which has a massive fieldstone fireplace.

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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