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Mountain Village Farm B&B

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164 Main St PO Box 216, Kingfield, ME 04947-4239
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The Mountain Village Farm B&B is an 18 acre historic farmstead property offering six Maine Cottage style bedrooms with private baths, a cozy guest living room with fireplace and a mountain view breakfast cafe. The renovated antique farm house hosts an eclectic collection of art and antiques while providing comfort and simple elegance to travelers from around the world. Panoramic mountain views, including Sugarloaf Ski Resort, create a splendid scenic setting during your stay. There are walking, cross country ski and snowmobile trails on site, and it is only a short walk into the village where all services and amenities are available. The organic breakfast includes coffee, pancakes, delicious homemade granola, hot oatmeal, or farm fresh organic eggs from our pastured hens. Well behaved pet guests are welcome. Free WiFi is available. Enjoy our series of six blues concerts across the summer months.
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Inspire741187 wrote a review Oct. 2019
Boothbay, Maine18 contributions2 helpful votes
There was no one there when we tried to check in at 3:30. After a little long day of hiking in the mountains we were not impressed. There are lots of rules as to what doors to use and when you can and cannot do things in your room. No TV and no coffee maker in the room. We were invited to use the living room and the dining area but made to feel like we really shouldn’t be there when we did (I needed coffee in the morning) ugh!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Lisa S, Owner at Mountain Village Farm B&B
Responded Oct. 24, 2019
I remember these guests. Very nice couple.Their stated check in time on their booking was 3:00. When they did not arrive after 30 minutes of waiting and no phone call to confirm when they might show up, I left a note and went back to work. There are two doors here. One is the guest door where there is an Entrance sign, the other is the family (including my dogs) door. Guests are asked to limit the use of the Jacuzzi tubs to after 7:00 a.m. and before 10:00 p.m. The motors are loud and can be disturbing to other guests. This seems to me to be a reasonable request and it is the only restriction imposed in rooms. These people were in the breakfast cafe before 6:00 a.m. when I staggered half asleep in my pajamas to get my coffee. In 16 years, I have not had guests sitting down for breakfast that early without special request (unless special arrangement is made, breakfast is served between 7:30 and 9:00), so of course, I was caught by surprise, spooked and certainly off guard. They had helped themselves to coffee and drank up the pot before breakfast when I made them more, which was fine.When I practiced my morning routine of shutting off lights in the common rooms before breakfast, I opened the living room door and was again surprised by this couple sitting in there. It wasn't that they were doing anything wrong, just out of the ordinary and unexpected so I was momentarily spooked. Operating a B&B as long as I have, one becomes very familiar with guest behavior. This couple's behavior was unexpected and I was surprised. And, yes, no TV or coffee machines (except Shiloh) in the rooms, but it is available in the breakfast cafe by 6:00 a.m. for the asking.
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chad306 wrote a review Oct. 2018
Ouray, Colorado12 contributions1 helpful vote
A little too quaint for us. Very old farmhouse with only a few amenities. Nice grounds and common areas, but no tv, anywhere. Staff is very friendly and they provide a good breakfast with farm fresh eggs. They said they did an extensive remodel in 2004, but as a contractor I just don't see it. The only outlets with a ground were in the bathroom making it difficult to plug in items to charge and use.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Holive13 wrote a review Oct. 2018
Portland, Maine63 contributions19 helpful votes
My husband and I went to Kingfield to attend a wedding. This bed and breakfast was very nice. Our room was just what we needed for our stay and very clean. We were served a very nice breakfast the next day which was very good and enjoyed great views from the dining room. This is a very nice place for couples to stay.
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Date of stay: October 2018
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tyadams7 wrote a review Jul. 2018
Chicago, Illinois5 contributions3 helpful votes
My mom and I came to visit the area after not having lived here in over 30 years, and stayed here. It was a great experience, all in all. The inside of the house is quaint and cavernous. Our host made great company and served us delicious breakfast. She also had several people-friendly animals roaming around. Her assistants were very friendly and helpful. The property is vast, with walking trails nearby. And it was in an excellent location. It was very much what we were looking for. What prevented it from completely knocking our socks off were a few minor complaints: - The Shiloh Room (where we stayed) had a very odd shaped bathroom, which would have been fine, but we couldn't stand completely straight up in the shower because the slope of the roof cut right through it. - There was no in-room refrigerator, which would have been handy for drinks and leftovers. - The beds were on the firmer side, but I understand that you can't please everybody. - There was not a single television in the entire house, not even in the communal living room. I get that a B&B isn't necessarily all about being glued to the TV, but it's nice to have the option. - We were encouraged to wear layers if the room got a bit cold in the room, rather than turning on the heat. If we are in the area again, we certainly would consider staying! But we might opt to upgrade from the Shiloh. =) Thanks for your hospitality, and your delicious granola.
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Date of stay: June 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: I would recommend against the Shiloh Room. The rest looked great.
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Response from Lisa S, Owner at Mountain Village Farm B&B
Responded Jul. 12, 2018
Thanks very much for your thoughtful review, Ty. I really enjoyed your visit and hearing about the connections you made while here. A few clarification, however, to address your concerns. There is always a fridge in the Shiloh Room,but during your visit, another guest had asked for an in room fridge. While we "borrowed" one from Shiloh, if you had asked, we would have brought one in from the event barn instead. I did not know having a fridge was an issue for you and speaking up would have resulted in an immediate resolution. The heat is always on here and set at a comfortable degree.The suggestion that guests wear layers during the winter months is really the result of visitors from the south accustomed to dressing lightly and turning the heat up to 80 and even 90 degrees during their stay. Each room has its own thermostat for the very specific purpose of allowing individual degrees of comfort. There is, however, a reasonable limit and putting on a sweater in Jan., Feb, and March is an appropriate alternative to excessive heat settings that are a waste of energy. There is a a TV in the breakfast cafe that guests are welcome to use at any time.It is enclosed in one of the corner cupboards. If only you had asked.
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RioSawhill wrote a review Apr. 2018
Boone, North Carolina58 contributions16 helpful votes
Great location-a short walk, or even quicker drive into town. Breakfasts were simple and tasty, but nothing extraordinary. Except the granola-get that! Light a match to the fireplace in the evening and enjoy! Head over to Longfellows for dinner-don't miss it! If you need lots of extras or attention this isn't that kind of B&B, but privacy and solitude abound here. Meet the dogs (and cat), take a walk, go sit by the river. We loved our two days here in early April!
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Lisa S, Owner at Mountain Village Farm B&B
Responded Apr. 8, 2018
Thanks for taking the time to review your stay here, Rio. I enjoyed meeting you. The home made granola is delicious and guests also love the blueberry cornmeal pancakes, organic oatmeal with apples & raisins, french toast and, of course, farm fresh organic eggs that come right out of my hen house. Everyone at check in is given my phone number and told to call me for any reason or need. I live on site and am readily available. While most weekends find my six bedrooms full of guests, weekdays are more apt to be quieter and more peaceful.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mountain Village Farm B&B
Which popular attractions are close to Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Nearby attractions include Stanley Museum (0.3 km) and Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Conveniently located restaurants include Longfellow's Restaurant, Orange Cat Cafe, and Rolling Fatties.
Is Mountain Village Farm B&B located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Kingfield.
Are there any historical sites close to Mountain Village Farm B&B?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Wire Bridge (8.4 km).