Enjoy Classic Tranquility at the Maples Inn. Relax on our front porch. Sample Afternoon Tea and Treats by the Fire. Then retire to your room, where all of our rooms include a queen size bed with a fluffy down comforter and a private shower bath.
White Birch Suite
Come sit in front of the fire of your spacious two room suite. At night, retire to your separate bedroom and slip under the down comforter on your queen size canopy bed. This light blue and cream suite is classic tranquility at its best.
Silver Maple Suite
Enjoy the peaceful charm of this classic New England room, decorated in a cool floral blue and warm tan with a queen size brass bed. A cozy sitting room with wicker furniture awaits you after a day of taking in the sights.
English Holly Room
An inviting four poster, queen size bed, matching antique dressing table, and beautiful Maple trees just outside the windows, adds a romantic touch to this enchanting room. Relax with a good book in the comfortable reading chairs. The dark wood, flower border, soothing green trim, and light walls provides a feel of comfortable Victorian elegance.
Weeping Willow Room
A large bay window captures the morning sun as it fills this delightful room. Decorated in pale yellow with botanical prints, the room has an antique, queen size cast iron bed, a built in window seat, and an antique rocker. Sit back and enjoy a captivating book from the Inn's Library.
Shore Pine Room
Large windows fill this cheerful room with light. Featuring an antique cast iron bed and a cozy sitting nook with comfortable wicker chairs. The relaxing light green and white decor is reminiscent of a garden cottage.
Red Oak Room
Nestle under the eaves of this quaint, nautical room in your antique, queen size wooden bed. Walk up three steps onto your own private deck and sit among the trees in your "Red Oak Treehouse."
We always love to speak with our guests. Please feel free to call us at (207) 288-3443 if you have questions or prefer to make your reservation over the phone. Looking forward to speaking with you!
- Mark Dresser, Innkeeper