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Reviewed 6 February 2017 via mobile

This past weekend was our first snowmobiling trip to Maine and we decided to stay at Pittston Farm based on feedback we'd seen on Facebook. We weren't familiar with this part of Maine and found we could have cut 1.5 hours off our 5.5 hour trip if we stayed in Greenville. We wondered if the extra drive would be worth...

Thank Josh G
Woodstock, VT
Reviewed 18 November 2016

What an awesome spot. I'm a foody overlander from VT where I'm used to great farm-table dining and, to be honest, I didn't expect much from this remote establishment that caters mainly to hunters and snowmobilers. We were camping out of our expensive overland vehicles (Land Rovers, Toyota Land Cruisers, late model Jeeps) on our dirt road expedition from NH...

Thank vermontoverland
Reviewed 3 November 2016

As a part-time resident of the north woods of Maine, I frequent Pittston Farms on a regular basis to grab a bite to eat while snowmobiling and hunting. I have always found the previous owners through the years very accommodating especially when assistance is needed for flat tire or a break down of some sort. People helping people in these...

Thank Mainena
PittstonFarm, Owner at Historic Pittston Farm, responded to this review

I usually do not reply to peoples reviews on here. Whereas I feel everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, seriously???? To start with, we ALWAYS make accommodations for our guests to do their laundry and we do it for them at no cost. But to have someone just stop in and request to use our dryer when are not...

Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

For guests that want to breath in great fresh air, be covered with a blanket of stars and take in Maine wildlife such as moose, bears, deer this is your spot. We stayed in the motel behind the main lodge, room 5. It has cable tv, private bath, bunk beds and it is pet friendly. You can also park right...

Thank KathleenHan
Palatka, FL
Reviewed 8 September 2016

There's a story here: I booked 2 nights at the Seeboomook Wilderness Campground and since we were traveling via motorcycle, I took the precaution of calling a few folks in the area to check the condition of the roads. "Rough and dusty, dusty and rough" was the given description. We're resilient and up for adventure, so off we went. The...

Thank gogators52
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

They have some of the best food I've ever had! Definitely recommend the grilled cheese, moose burger, or buffalo chicken sandwich. They also have friendly people and a wonderful homey environment 10/10.

Thank Lindsey A
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Webpage boasts about the fishing. Owners know little about fishing. This is primarily a stop-over for snowmobilers on a trip. Cabins are run-down. Many windows are covered in plastic. Others do not have screen or do not open. Food is below average. We left a day early but were charged for the night because we had booked for three nights....

Thank Tony L
Saint Clairsville, Ohio
Reviewed 8 June 2016 via mobile

Called up to the North Woods on Sunday night at 8 pm. I had a 4 hour plus drive to get there. They checked me in after mid night and by 430 am the next morning me and my 8 year old son were on the West Branch of the Penbscot catching his first Land Locked Salmon. Upon our return...

Thank pwrmkr_2000
Corinna, Maine
Reviewed 19 February 2016

Had lunch there yesterday....icy drive in but no problem with 4 wheel drive. Outstanding lunch, large portions. Met and talked with Jen about the campground....really looking forward to staying there and getting to know the people and the place. So far, more than impressed.

Thank Kathleen H
South Hadley, Massachusetts
Reviewed 28 January 2016

You can follow the snowmobile trail in for lunch in the lodge or stay in a cabin or carriage house. Food is great, lodging is quaint. Staff is hilarious, but helpful. They are the ones grooming the trails too, so you get a trail report a couple times a day. Scenic and filled with wildlife.

Thank Magpie221

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
We are the former "Pittston Farm" the original home of Great Northern Paper Co. and listed on the National Historic Register. This is a year round lodge, restaurant and recreational facility specializing in outdoor recreation year round in the largest wilderness area, north of the Mississippi River. This remote location provides beautiful scenery in the North Maine Woods. Choose lodging only or inclusive packages, food & lodging. Amenities include: Satellite TV, delicious made from scratch food, including our home made bread, our own sausage, and our freshly ground burger. This is a family owned business. We invite you to "Come as a stranger,leave as a friend!" ... more   less 

Additional Information about Historic Pittston Farm

Address: 53 Pittston Farm Road, Rockwood, ME 04478-3002
Region: United States > Maine > Rockwood
Price Range: $294 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 27
Also Known As:
Historic Pittston Farm Hotel Rockwood
Historic Pittston Farm Maine/Rockwood
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“the food is really good”
gogators52, 8 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Find another place to stay if fishing is your reason for going to the Moosehead Lake area.”
, 18 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Book the Carriage House.”
Mikeymon2014, 12 Oct 2015 | Read review
“All are cozy, the showers are tight for any man over 175 lbs.”
Grumpy_Old_Man848, 5 Jun 2013 | Read review
“ask for a room with a window”
boydb49, 27 Apr 2013 | Read review
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