We have stayed at the Mill Hill Inn twice now, and we highly recommend it. Woody and his wife, Lee have created a gem that, for us, is midway between our home in Vermont and the coast of Maine, so a perfect layover spot. The bedrooms are quite large and the entire place is very tastefully decorated with original artwork and Woody’s pottery. Woody works his magic in the kitchen too with an eclectic menu to suit anyone’s tastes. Sometimes there is live music on Friday nights, an added touch to a very homey and comfortable place. We happened to be there on Mollyockett weekend on our last visit – so we were fortunate to witness a wonderful parade and craft fair on the green.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Mill Hill Inn, originally a barn built in the 1870s, was first converted into a private home in 1948 and then into a B & B in 1977. Lee and Woody Hughes purchased the inn in April of 2010 and renovated this wonderful structure from top to bottom during that summer. The newly renamed Mill Hill Inn opened its doors September 9, 2010. The inn is located just off the historic district on the north end of the Bethel Common, on a secluded acre and a half. This private setting is beautifully landscaped with both ornamental, vegetable, and herb gardens, producing food and flowers for the inn. The leveled lawn space adjacent to the front door area provides ample space for a 30' x 50' tent, suitable for weddings and private affairs. The Studio Bistro & Bar offer a unique menu and a full bar, served in the Great Room as well as in our dining room.The inn has six rooms, two of which are suites. All rooms come with new king sized beds, all cotton bedding, and private baths. The suites provide guests with kitchens and can sleep six to eight people. Rent one room or the entire inn, which can comfortably sleep twenty-two guests. PRICES: STARTING FROM $109 - $119, DOUBLE OCCUPANCY, SUITES - $139, DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mill Hill Hotel Bethel
- Mill Hill Inn Bethel, Maine