Located on the
shore of Alamoosook Lake in Orland, Maine, the Alamoosook
Lakeside Inn provides guests an opportunity to savor the
beauty of nature in a retreat-like setting.
Chosen a "Editor's
Pick" by theYankee Magazine 2003 Travel Guide to New
England and awarded Three Diamonds by AAA, The Inn enjoys
both the quiet life of an inland Maine lake and easy access to
the splendor of Penobscot Bay and the coast.
In the heart of
Downeast Maine, just off Coastal Route 1, the Inn is the
perfect central location for visiting the famous coastal
communities such as Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Castine,
and Blue Hill. The Inn is also conveniently located near
Bangor, Bucksport, and Ellsworth.
conveniently located near other Bar Harbor, Maine lodging,
offer 6, cozy, guest rooms that open onto a sun porch which
overlooks the lake. You can select a room furnished with a
king or queen-size bed or one with both a double and a single
bed. In the morning you will be indulged with a full breakfast
featuring home-baked muffins, pastries, fresh fruit, and our
chef's special hot entrée of the day. Breakfast is
served in our lakeside dinning room where you will frequently
be entertained by our resident bald eagle.
After your hearty
breakfast, enjoy a day of sightseeing or simply swimming,
fishing, or canoeing at our lake. We specialize in helping you
plan a vacation you will remember for a lifetime. Whatever
your interests, we are happy to help you plan a day of outdoor
adventure, sight-seeing, shopping or just finding that special
place to get a lobster dinner.
Situated in the
heart of Downeast Maine, just off Coastal Route 1, this inn is
located close to Bangor, Maine accommodations, and has the
perfect central location for visiting famous Maine communities
such as Castine, Blue Hill and Acadia National Park.
Alamoosook Lakeside Inn is only 18 miles from three of Maine's
larger cities: Bangor, Belfast and Ellsworth, Maine.
peaceful habitat is home to a diverse wildlife population
including loons, eagles, ospreys, cormorants, deer, otter,
beaver, and even a passing black bear. In addition to wildlife
watching, anglers love Alamoosook Lake for its bass, trout,
pickerel, and salmon fishing.
The Inn has canoes
and kayaks so that you can enjoy the lake and unlike Maine's
famous frigid ocean waters, Alamoosook Lake is great for
During the winter
months, an escape weekend of ice skating, cross-country
skiing, ice fishing, or exploring the lakeside snowmobile
trails is waiting for you. Groomed trails are right outside
the Inn! Your hosts can arrange for snowmobiles to be
On a cold fall or
winter evening, you can just relax with your favorite book as
you warm yourself by the large stone fireplace in the Inn's
game room equipped with satellite television and a wide
assortment of videos and games to keep you entertained.