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 for luxury lodging in Maine at it’s finest.
Breakfast is kind of our specialty at our Moosehead Lake bed and breakfast.
In honor of President’s Day weekend, guests were warmly greeted with fresh melons covered with a lime & rum sauce, fresh made cinnamon rolls and this Frittata that has Maine potatoes, red onions and feta cheese. Our chef, Dennis, topped it all off with fresh-made bruschetta. Yum, right?
It was the perfect way to prepare for an adventure filled day of snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice fishing.
Guests at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake celebrated 2012 with a five-course dinner and a private concert by David Mallet. Some came with friends, made new ones and others were return guests to the lodge. It was a great night to remember. Even Chloe got private time with the famous musician and songwriter! If you are interested in such an amazing evening, book your New Year’s Eve for 2013 soon.
New alarm clocks have been added to the Carriage House suites. So many of the Lodge guests bring their iPhones, iPads & iPods that we have added these new clocks to make it possible for you to wake and play your own music anytime. Hope you enjoy!
Debra Simon, Editor & Publisher of Carolina Woman stayed at the lodge last summer for a few nights in June. As a result, she included the lodge in the April issue titled: Moose Tracks – Maine’s North Woods: Lakes, lodges and whoopie. We think she did a great job of capturing the mood and character of the lodge. Read the article for yourself. Then provide your comments on our Facebook page. We would love to hear from you. Included are great whoopie pie recipes, too!