Sample Dinner Menu at the Lodge

August 3rd, 2010

High in the 60′s, Low in the 50′s at Moosehead Lake

July 30th, 2010

The temperatures have cooled and no humidity makes it feel a little like fall. It is to warm next week but for now it’s a great break for outdoor enthusiasts from southern states looking to escape  the intense summer  “heat”.  Join us for relaxation and all the pampering you can take at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake. These panoramic views are from the lodge deck and the front drive.

July 10th, 2010

Bull moose with large rack – larger than this one seen in neighboring pond by guests at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake while on a early morning Moose Safari.

Plein Air Art Show and Exhibit

June 30th, 2010

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.

Enjoying the Fire Pit from the Inn Over the Lake

June 23rd, 2010

Guests enjoy the cracking fire overlooking Moosehead Lake from the great expansive yard at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake. This is becoming a regular on cool Maine evenings and a great way to meet other guests, talk about the day and share experiences.

Summer Breakfast at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

June 19th, 2010

Lodge guests enjoyed breakfast on the patio overlooking this view this morning.  It was in the 70s with bright blue sky.  A full breakfast bar featuring fresh fruit, juices, cereal and fresh made banana bread started their meal with a bacon, broccoli and cheese frittata to get them on their way to a fun filled day of moose watching, hiking, rafting and so much more.

Winner New England Splendid Splurge for 2010 from Karen Brown

June 13th, 2010


The Lodge at Moosehead Lake has been distinquished by Karen Brown Readers as New England’s Splendid Splurge for 2010.  Karen Brown is well known for her seventeen travel guides featuring both places to stay and suggestions for regional, countryside itineraries for destinations around the world. Each award winning property is visited personnally and given selective and candid evaluations.

This is the third year of the Karen Brown Readers’ Choice Awards.  Readers are solicited via website for their votes and asked to help honor what they consider to be the best of the best in four categoires:  Most Romantic, Warmest Welcome, Splendid Splurge and Greatest Value.

According to Karen Brown Herbert, “We are honestly thrilled and find it very deserving that the Lodge at Moosehead Lake has received special recognition AGAIN.” (The Lodge received the 2008 award for Most Romantic.)  All award winners can be viewed in the 2010 travel guide editions and on the http://www.karenbrown.com website. “Your award simply serves as confirmation of the luxurious accomodation, exceptional service and incredible value you offer your guests. Thank you for setting such high standards in hospitality”, added Karen Brown Herbert, President, writer and publisher of Karen Brown Travel Guides.

Director of Maine Tourism, Pat Eltman continued. “Congratulations to you and thanks for all you do to help make Maine such a great place to visit.”

Butterflies Swarm the Lilacs at the Lodge at Moosehead Lake

May 28th, 2010

 At least three varieties of butterflies enjoy the lilac bush next to the Carriage House on this beautiful spring day.

Lodge features Blueberry Martini

May 27th, 2010

At the opening of the Lodge dining room to lodging guests and the public with reservations, we will be featuring our new Blueberry Martini.  It is sure to please any Martini lover with blueberry vodka, vanilla vodka and fresh blueberries.  Make your dinner reservations now, starting June 18th – every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. 207-695-4400

Katahdin Suite Bathroom – A Piece of Art

May 23rd, 2010

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.