Located at the base of Maine's second highest mountain, Sugarloaf is one of Maine's premier mountain resorts and conference centers. More than 18 function rooms make up our 28,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space to accommodate a wide variety of needs. Most meeting rooms offer dramatic vie
We are within the village of Rangeley, walking distance to downtown and Rangeley Lake. We offer five spacious bedrooms with two guest living rooms. We offer a full country breakfast and ‘tea-time’. Each bedroom has queen, king or twin beds, a private bath, satellite TV, wired and wireless high spee
Downtown and waterfront, the historic Rangeley Inn offers a perfect combination of location, ambiance, and comfort for your visit to Western Maine's outdoor paradise. Our property features over 3,400 square feet of function space and inside the Inn, and ample outdoor space for waterfront events.
A small Wilderness Lodge, built as a farmhouse/boarding house in 1864 at Chesuncook Village, to supply logging operations in Northern Maine's Wilderness, now on the Federal Historical Register. The Lake House is located 50 miles north of the Moosehead Lake Region, and 60 miles west if Millinocket, s
Founded in 1843, Bishop's University is steeped in history and local heritage. Embrace by the St. Francis and Massawippi rivers, Bishop's 500 acre campus is comfortably situated in the Eastern Townships. Nearby you will find the vibrant cities of Montréal and Québec as well as the neighbouring stat
Beautifully appointed mansion on National Historic Register, 5 rooms, wrap around porch, 5 balconies, 3 acres of meadow and butterfly gardens, privacy, private guest entrance, King, Queen, Full, Twin and Bunk Beds. Family suites as well. Extremely reasonable on price, discounts for extended stay. No
Wedding support! Venue, Entertainment, Catering and more all on location!
49 Franklin is a former church that has been converted into an elegant reception hall, and meeting center. It is the home of Grapevine Catering and The Mystic Theater performing arts center.
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