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Experience the ambience of this 1918 hotel,with the original fumed oak woodwork in the lobby , terrazo floors and the veranda. Enjoy the Western Mountains of Maine in all seasons. Although 89 years have seen many changes, "The Herbert" has not lost the feel and appearance of "Grand...
We love this place: an historic hotel, built around 1900, which has been lovingly restored over the past decade. This is my fourth visit, my wife's second. We always receive a warm welcome from our host Dawn. Coming into town, we first had dinner at...More
When you step inside, WOW, takes you back to 1900's. The woodwork is amazing. Old phone booths with history displays inside them. A grand staircase!! Wide hallways, warm and welcoming owners. Such a lovely place. Stayed in the Moroccan room, very nice. Nice bathroom, room...More
No TV ,, no heat ,, you want heat here is an electric heater. ripped towels really? going skiing and need to stay well this is it. A bed for your head. I would hate to think heat problem would be like on a zero...More
The hotel is beautiful and old, and the owners really care about their building. However, during check the owner's mother informed us that the rugs were newly installed and to be very careful about not spilling on them, which did not feel particularly welcoming. There...More
Nice clean room with Queen bed, nice bar on premise and plenty of open areas for game playing, reading etc. Longfellows restaurant right across the street. Great burritos close by. Plenty of local shopping, ski museum nearby. Short drive to an IGA for groceries. Short...More
This is an old hotel that shows it's age, both good and bad. Wonderful woodwork details, large comfortable lobby, wide stairway and antiques scattered around the hallways. It's age shows in the bathrooms, carpeting, some of... More
This is an old hotel that shows it's age, both good and bad. Wonderful woodwork details, large comfortable lobby, wide stairway and antiques scattered around the hallways. It's age shows in the bathrooms, carpeting, some of the furniture and a lack of amenities. We've stayed there to ski Sugarloaf, only when other lodging is unavailable. It's okay for a few nights. The prices reflect that.
If you're looking for plush luxury accommodations for cheapo prices, you're going to be constantly disappointed.
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"If you want to increase your chance of seeing the ghosts, book a room on the third floor!"