The loon room on the first floor of the lodge is getting a refresh. Each lodge room is themed to reflect the uniqueness of the north woods of Maine in true luxury. This room centers around the beauty of the loons and others birds you will find here. We have started with the bathroom. A new vanity has been designed with natural black slate counter top and rustic wood, natural birch inlays and unique black baskets filled with soft luxurious towels. We kept the hand carved mirror that matches the popular poster bed. New shower curtains were created to reflect the black and white of the loon and will be carried out in the updating in the bedroom to come. So watch for more changes or just come visit us in Greenville, Maine, the gateway to the North woods.
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For those that have enjoyed the Allagash, we just wanted to make it even nicer. Now this suite offers our guests double sinks and a new, enlarged all tile shower. The vanity has been specially designed to continue that north woods feel with birch trimmed doors. We do think it’s not just a vanity but a piece of art. Built in compact refrigerator is included.
The Allagash suite was designed to capture the beauty of this river running through the lakes of the north woods of Maine. Enjoy for yourself this wonderful relaxing room.
Just completed – the Moose bathroom upgrade. A new vanity was built using rustic wood with inlaid birch and New England red slate counter top. A compact refrigerator has also been built in for our guests’ convenience. The larger counter gives us room to add a new K-cup coffee maker as well. Similar upgrades are being completed in the Bear room. Soon, most of our rooms will have these new amenities.
Left – completed bathroom
Bottom right – old bathroom
Top right – bathroom in remodeling process
We tackled refurbishing the Guest Pantry to improve the look and functionality for our guests just in time for the New Year’s Eve weekend. We found 3 layers of flooring that was removed and replaced with ceramic tile, added a smaller refrigerator, small sink with instant hot water for teas and hot chocolate and built in trash receptacle below the sink. The counter top was also replaced with New England Red slate. With all our remodeling projects, we aim to maintain the original feel of the lodge and we think we have. Now we have much more usable space for snacks and beverages available anytime.
The lodge is all decked out for the holidays with lights trimming the eaves and fireplace mantel, Christmas stockings on the dining chairs, large poinsettias, greenery down the railing, fresh wreaths on all the dining room winters and much more. Enjoy the holidays at the lodge; a few rooms are still available for NYE so reserve your space now. This is just the place to reduce the stress of all your holiday planning and put things right for the new year. See you soon!
The Plein Art Artist Painting and Exhibit was a great success. They created many new pieces that were put on display and can be seen on their websites. Several of the Moosehead Lake pieces will be on display in the Lakeview Dining Room of the lodge. If you are staying with us or dine here, you can enjoy or even purchase for your very own.
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The Katahdin Suite – often called the most romantic room at the Lodge has a newly remodeled bathroom complete with tile floor, enlarged tile shower with rain shower head, tiled double jacuzzi-style tub and double vanity. This vanity is a piece of art and not to be found anywhere else. The vanity is made from rustic wood found on the property and finished with real copper top. Notice the birch wood door inserts. The middle section, that looks like 3 drawers is actually a compact refrigerator. And don’t forget the bathroom fireplace…what a treat.
It has been said by many a visitor to the Moosehead lake area, that the Lodge at Moosehead Lake has one of the most beautiful and panoramic views. “We want to share this view, but as a private retreat, it is not open for public viewing. Therefore the next best is to capture it in a way that allows others to know the beauty this area has to offer.” explained Linda Bortis, owner of the Lodge. Four hand-selected and accomplished artists, all with a true love for Maine and its ever changing landscapes are coming to the Lodge. Each artist sees the world in her or his unique way. It’s this sharing of perspective that enriches us.
- Evelyn Dunphy, West Bath, ME – The first artist to receive the Natural Resource Council of Maine’s “People’s Choice” award for her contribution to conservation in Maine, she was also the first “Visiting Artist” in Baxter State Park in 2009.
- Michael Boardman, North Yarmouth, ME – Michael works as much as possible from life and can often be found hiking or kayaking the wilds of Maine with his painting kit strapped to his back.
- Carolyn Walton, Freeport, ME -Walton creates a lovely essay of rolling terrain and undulating fields that radiate both with the affection she obviously feels for the scenery she observes and for the act of painting itself.
- Bruce MacDonald, Boothbay, ME – My goal is to figure out what is compelling about a scene in front of me, get rid of the extraneous details, and focus on the big forms, with their colors, sunlit elements, and shadows.
LOCATION: 2.5 miles north of Greenville on the lake side of the road.
Greenville, Maine 04441
With Fallow deer antlers, a copper plate and birch lampshade, we created this sconce that now lights the hall outside the Moose Room.
Sample of Christmas at the Lodge from Santa Stockings on the chairs to birch, gingerbread moose cookies and pine cone garland. We hope you all had a blessed holiday season.