An orchard experience is truly complete if you can stop and stay awhile.
Spend the night in one of our vintage farmhouses and leave the cares of the world behind you. Count stars in the midnight sky and take morning coffee on the back porch. Call your hosts, Rob and Denise, at (207) 754-3500 or (207) 897-9938 for more information.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets. We hope to see you soon!
We have created a relaxing setting and a treat for the senses in our farmhouse, furnishing it with many loved family treasures that date back to the early 1800’s. Immerse yourself in its history and stay put, or use it as a home base from which to tour the state of Maine.
We are just 2 miles from the Norlands Living History Center. We are located just over one hour to the Portland Jetport, Sugarloaf and Sunday River ski areas, coastal destinations, hiking, fishing and LL Bean.
The nostalgic kitchen is well-equipped for cooking with seasonal treats, and the pantry is always freshly stocked.
The house is open year round and comfortably sleeps six. The first floor features a small twin bedroom, ¾ bath, a dining room with lovely views of the orchard and a simple parlor.
On the second floor is a master bedroom with a full size bed, a twin bed and sitting area with views of the land. The pond side bedroom has a full bed and a comfy chair for enjoying the view. There is a generous deck equipped with a gas grill and rocking chairs to enjoy your favorite book, warm summer breezes, brisk fall days and evening skies.
Along with the house and amenities comes exclusive access to over 1,000 acres of fields, forest, orchard, pastures and two farm ponds, home to all kinds of wildlife.
$125-$150 for the first night.
$75-$100 for subsequent nights. (Price range is based on number of guests)
$600 for the week.
Gratuity not included.
Rate subject to 9% Maine State Lodging Tax
We call this farm bungalow “The Mosher Place,” but the Boothby family purchased it from the Mosher family more than a century ago.
The former farm worker house has been refurbished to sleep seven, so it’s a great place for families memory-making. There is a first floor 3/4 bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, and a large living room with foldout double bed. The upstairs bedroom has a queen sized bed and sitting area. Mid-stairs there is a double and a single bed, creating a fun place to accommodate children or more adventuresome adults.
With gorgeous views to the north and access to the winter home for the cows, the adjacent lawn is a great place for additional tenting or just being outside.