Maple Hill Farm Inn, Room Four

Hallowell, Maine

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Named one of "The Best 5 Green Hotels and Inns in New England," this award-winning bed & breakfast inn is in the serene countryside of rolling fields & woods complete with llamas.

We focus on sustainability & renewable energy without sacrificing copious comfort. Solar & wind power, 4 EV charging stations, free Wi-Fi, sauna, outdoor hot tub, luxurious robes, all private baths, full liquor service. Full country breakfast is included in your stay, featuring fresh eggs courtesy of our chickens.

Our 8-room, fully licensed and the insured inn is located far from the roadway on acres of country serenity in Hallowell, Maine, surrounded by rolling fields and woods with trails, yet just 3 miles to great dining and boutique shopping, 4 miles to the interstate, and under 5 miles to the State Capitol in Augusta. Maple Hill Farm has received numerous awards for its environmental work, including being named Maine's first "Environmental Leader" green lodging establishment, in part because of our use of wind and solar power to keep the Inn running. There is convenient access from the hallway to the sauna and outdoor hot tub. Free Wi-Fi, in-room cable flat-screen TV, DVD player, full bar service, common guest kitchenette, and plenty of common spaces. Full breakfast included with room rates.

Your innkeepers, Scott and Vince, have owned the place since 1992 and it reflects their personalities including farm animals down at the barn (mostly llamas!) and a strong commitment to environmental responsibility. Adjacent to 800+ acre Jamie's Pond wildlife area with additional trails. Ample parking. A rollaway bed can be added for a third guest.

The entire inn and the many common spaces are available to all the guests. There is a gallery of local artists, pub area (no self-service), dining room, living room, front porch, and 150 acres of inviting fields and woods along with connecting trails to 800+ acres of public land next door. Common guest kitchen includes refrigerator and microwave plus full tableware. Sauna and outdoor hot tub available.

Each guest room has a large flat-screen television with cable TV, a DVD player (a small library is available at the front desk), and a clock-radio-CD player that also has nature sounds.

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