Winter is an ideal time to spend a weekend at a classic Maine inn. In western Maine, The Bethel Inn Resort, not far from the Sunday River ski resort, dates from 1913. It has 40 kilometers of cross-country trails, spectacular views and a great location in one of Maine’s prettiest towns. Further north, The Rangeley Inn has been welcoming visitors to explore the Rangeley Lakes region for more than a century. After a day of snowmobiling, ice fishing or Nordic skiing, the inn offers a warm welcome. Wolf Cove Inn, on the shores of Tripp Lake in Poland, is a welcoming bed & breakfast, with rooms that boast lake views, fireplaces and spa tubs. The Greenville Inn, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is basecamp for those who come for the dog sled races, the ice fishing festival and miles of winter trails to explore on skis or snowshoes around Moosehead Lake. Close to the coast, The Brunswick Inn in downtown Brunswick is walking distance to the city’s best restaurants and the Bowdoin College campus. The Bar at the Brunswick Inn is one of the warmest places around to relax after a day of exploring.
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