Hallowell, ME 

Maple Hill Farm B&B Inn

11 Inn Road
Hallowell, ME 04347 US
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Rates: $95 to $219
Total Rooms: 8
Overall Rating: 5 hearts (1 review)


Circa 1906. See much of Maine from Maple Hill Farm Bed & Breakfast Inn and Conference Center in the four-season location of Hallowell, near Augusta. This award-winning, eco-friendly B&B spans 130 acres of wildflower fields, pastures, woods, a pond and more than 800 neighboring acres of public land. Ask for a trail map to hike, walk, run, snowshoe or cross-country ski. Relax on a hammock or chair in the shade of a maple tree or on the front porch. Sit by the fire in the living room, sip a locally brewed beer in the full-service bar and use the well-equipped guest kitchen. This renovated Victorian house boasts guest rooms that may include a double whirlpool tub, fireplace and secluded deck. A custom country breakfast uses fresh eggs from the farm. Maple Hill is a certified environmental leader with comprehensive renewable energy systems and daily green practices.Publicity and Awards: An Explorer's Guide to Maine, The Forecaster, Portland Press Herald, Kennebec Journal, Maine Times, Travel and Leisure "Special Hotels" issue as one of 30 Great U.S. Inns, Editor's Pick in the 2002 & 2003 Yankee Magazine Travel Guide to New England, See web site for link to numerous recent articles.Location: Country and Spacious country farm.


Rooms & Rates

Rates: $95 to $219
Payment types accepted include American Express, Personal Checks, Master Card, Diners Club, Travelers Checks, Visa, Discover and Carte Blanche.
Rooms: This property has 8 total guest accommodations with private bath, 5 with fireplaces, 4 with whirlpools and 3 conference rooms.
The types of beds available include Queen, King, Double and Twin.


Minimum Stay Requirements: Some 2-night minimums on summer weekends and other special events.
Cancellation: 14-day notification to avoid being charged 50% of entire stay. Cancellations less than 48 hours will be charged entire stay.
Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Wine, Country Breakfast, Banquet Service, Full Breakfast, Catering Service, Snacks/Refreshments, Vegetarian Breakfast, Restaurant off Premises, Afternoon Tea, Early Coffee/Tea, Custom catering and private events on request.
Amenities In Room: Fireplace, Bath Amenities, Air Conditioning, Telephone, Refrigerator, Iron/Ironing Board, Television, Wireless Internet Access, Heating, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Hair Dryer, DVD, three with private decks and four with large whirlpool tubs.
Amenities On Site: Copy Machine, Fax, Hot Tub/Jetted Tub, Suitable for Events, Handicap Access, Sauna, Computers, Gift Shop, Free parking on premise, Common guest kitchen with Refrigerator, Microwave, Sink, Plates, Silverware, Glasses, Anytime Coffee, Tea, Cocoa and Home-baked goodies.
Business Traveler Amenities: Television, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services, Desk, FAX On-site, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Daily Newspapers, Gym Nearby, Modem Connection, Flexible Check in/out Times, Wireless Internet Access, Internet Access, Guest kitchen with full-size refrigerator microwave, sink, free Wi-Fi throughout the inn and conference facilities with custom catering.
Transportation Services: Bus Station Pickup and Airport Pickup.
Languages Spoken: A little French.


- One Night Free: This property is featured in Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns published by American Historic Inns. This guide features a certificate for ONE NIGHT FREE with the purchase of one night. The dates this property will honor the certificate are May-October, Sunday-Wednesday. November-April, anytime, but not both Friday and Saturday. Discount is off rack rates. Please inquire


Events Hosted: Family Reunions, Meetings, Honeymoons, Seminars, Weddings, Romantic Getaways and Business Travelers.
Other Activities: Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Live Theater, Museums, Canoeing/Kayaking, Birdwatching, Bicycling, Art Galleries, Antiquing, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Tennis, Water Sports, State Capitol building, Maine State Museum, Blaine House, Old Fort Western and Historic Hallowell.

Historic Interest

Late Victorian house is on land that was cleared and settled in the late 1700s. Once the home of William Oliver Vaughan, a member of one of the founding families in Hallowell. The present house was built in 1906 and served as a halfway stop for watering horses for a stagecoach line that ran between Hallowell and Emery's Grove on Cobbosseecontee Lake.
Historic sites nearby: State capitol building, State museum, Archives and Fort Western (5 miles). National Historic District of downtown Hallowell with antiquing, great local dining, and entertainment seven nights a week (3 miles).

Romantic Interest

Some rooms have huge double whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, and private secluded decks. Located in a serene country setting with acres of rolling fields and woods. Ideal for strolling the grounds and trails on the property and adjoining wildlife management area, or enjoying the night stars. Outdoor hot tub open to the stars and in a private fenced-in area, and sauna available, with luxurious robes in every room.