Meet the Innkeepers
Bev and Larry are honored to have joined this team of dedicated staff as new owners of The Lodge at Moosehead Lake since March of 2021. They look forward to building upon the incredible reputation the inn has earned through the years; from the inspiring views to their passion for personalized service.
Both Bev and Larry have lived in Rhode Island for over twenty years and have family in Maine. Beverly began her career as a Neurosurgical Intensive Care Registered Nurse and spent time as President of a nonprofit educational organization. During her time at both organizations, she handled triaging, strategic planning, staff management, budgeting, event planning, and a host of other skills that transfer easily to inn ownership. Bev is highly organized and enjoys gardening, decorating, antiquing, and photography in her free time. She is excited about putting her skills to work as the new lodge owner and says, “Our stories are what bring us together.”
Larry was a financial analyst at a Fortune 7 company for over thirty years. Looking for a change from the stress of corporate life, he attended a bed & breakfast seminar with Bev almost two years ago. He was sold on inn ownership and began an earnest search for the perfect inn. Larry’s days as a Financial Analyst are behind him, but he still engages in the corporate world on a consultative basis. Larry is looking forward to getting back to his love of hiking and hopes to spend some time woodworking around the inn.
They have three children. The oldest lives in Vermont, the middle child is a United States Marine, and the youngest will leave for the Marines during summer 2021.
Take Griffin Road to Route 15 North through Dover-Foxcroft, Guilford, Monson to Greenville; go through the one light (the lake remains on the left) for 2.6 miles. The Lodge is on the lake side of Lily Bay Road.
Take I-95 North to Newport, Maine (Exit 157); Route 7 to Dexter; Route 23 to Guilford; Routes 6 & 15 into Greenville; go through the one light (lake remains on the left) for 2.6 miles. The Lodge is on the lake side of Lily Bay Road.
Airport Rd. becomes Brown Ave/NH-3A, merge onto I-293 S/NH-101 E via Exit 2 toward Salem/Concord (2 miles). Merge onto I-93 N/NH-101 via exit on the left (2.2 miles). Keep right to NH-101 E via Exit 7 toward Portsmouth/Seacoast (31.2 miles). Merge onto I-95 N. (Portions toll) crossing into Maine (55.1 miles). Merge onto I-295 N via Exit 44 toward South Portland, I-295 N becomes I-95N (53.5 miles). Merge onto ME-11 via Exit 157 toward Newport/Dover-Foxcroft ME-7 (8.2 miles), Route 23 to Guilford; Routes 6 & 15 into Greenville; go through the one light (lake remains on the left) for 2.6 miles. The Lodge is on the lake side of Lily Bay Road.
|Acadia National Park||125 miles|
|Bangor International Airport||70.2 miles|
|Bar Harbor||125 miles|
|Baxter State Park||87 miles|
|Beaver Cove Marina||8 miles|
|Lily Bay State Park||6 miles|
|Logan International Airport (Boston)||259.4 miles|
|Portland International Jetport (Portland)||158.3 miles|
|Quebec City||160 miles|
|Sugar Loaf Resort||96 miles|