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“A Little Bit of Heaven on a Dark and Stormy Night”

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Youngtown Inn Bed and Breakfast
Ranked #5 of 9 Lincolnville B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 5 August 2013

As we pulled in the driveway late last Friday night (after 9:30 p.m.), the last diners were departing as Mary Ann and the staff were closing up the Inn's highly regarded french restaurant. "We were worried about you!" she exclaimed. "So glad you are here. Welcome to our home!" As our two-day stay revealed, her warmth was genuine, and she and Manuel's six-room Inn was a wonderfully comfortable and relaxing place to stay, in spite of the summer thunderstorms and driving rain that accompanied our delayed arrival. The room was large and comfortably appointed, the bath, roomy and squeaky clean, the common sitting area on the second floor well-furnished and with round-the-clock coffee service, and a medley of baked treats from Manuel's ovens. We left the balcony doors open both nights, and slept soundly in the crisp night air, eschewing the noise of the available A/C unit. The room is also equipped with a fireplace for colder seasons.

While the "Bed" part of the deal was superb, the "Breakfast" part was out of this world! A beautifully-plated fruit course, a baked treat, and a goblet of orange juice, plus Mary Ann, greeted us both mornings on the sunny front porch. Saturday's breakfast entre was a delicious, surprisingly light crab and cheese quiche. Maine means seafood! And Sunday's entre was "blueberry french toast," which presented much like a bread-pudding, drizzled in maple syrup. Late-July Maine also means wild blueberries.

Throughout our stay, Mary Ann was our solicitous guide, with great suggestions about area attractions, which we took advantage of around the wedding schedul that had brought us here. And Manuel greeted us at breakfast on Sunday to ensure our satisfaction with his morning meals.

Our only regret? We did not have dinner in the restaurant, and the menu suggests delectable French cuisine. We'll be back!

  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 31 July 2013

This is my second stay at this amazing B&B. MaryAnn and Manuel run an absolutely wonderful Inn and it was a pleasure to return here again.
Do stay at least two nights to fully experience all that they have to offer. We had dinner here both nights and the food was excellent and service could not have been better.
The breakfasts are amazing.
I had Room #3 which I really like.
Andrew

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 19 July 2013

So glad we stayed outside of Camden to visit this area. The traffic here can get a little congested and many (if not all) of the lodging options are directly on the busy main road (US1). The Youngtown Inn is situated at the base of a hill and nearly across the street from a lake, just a short 10 minutes outside Camden. Its peaceful and quiet... Our room (#4) was distinctly French accented and included a fireplace and sitting area - plus a shared balcony overlooking a field. The room was so large its basically a suite. The bathroom was roomy and had a small window offering plenty of light. Gorgeous original pine floors are still exposed all throughout the house. The fabrics were all French country-esque and in perfect condition...a soft, plump matress, soft sheets and feather pillows were a welcome site...everything was charming and spotless. The innkeeper Maryann greeted us with a smile and best of all had turned on the room's AC unit in advance to cool things off for our arrival. (This was in the midst of an unusual record-breaking heatwave). She is so thoughtful and a delight to talk with...she is also quite intuative and once she developed a sense of our needs was ready with a bucket of ice or whatever it was we needed. Each night we returned to find a dish of fresh baked cookies or cake in the public area where there was also a very convenient coffee maker for fresh hot coffee any time. This was truely one B&B where the innkeeper's attention to detail and friendly nature really makes your stay even better. While Maryann is a superb hostess, her chef-husband is a magician in the kitchen! His sauces, breads and breakfasts were the best we experienced during two weeks of B&Bs. We dining with them the first night on arrival and were surprised at the flavors and creativity of the food. Delicious! There are many places in town to eat, but truely nothing to compare with the sophistication of this intimate dining room. Breakfasts were supurb - a combination of more great sauces, breads, omlets and more. This is also a convenient place to stay for these reasons: just up the road is the local winery, up the hill is the blueberry field -- an easy hike through the woods with breathtaking views at the top, plus along Route 52 (the road you travel between Camden and Youngtown Inn) is a lake...ask the innkeepers where to access the lake for a cool dip on a hot day. I can't think of a single negative comment about staying here...except there is no water view, but we found that is very hard to come by unless you are renting a private house or cottage. The Youngtown Inn helped make our visit a fantastic memory!

Room Tip: Ask for room 4...large and has a fireplace, sitting area and a balcony.
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 July 2013

This place has great reviews and deservedly so. Mary Ann and her husband (chef) run the place and it's homey and comfortable and in a great location. Our room was spacious, comfortable, great pillows, even a fireplace (although in 88 degree heat didn't need it). Can't say enough about MaryAnne's enthusiasm and love of what she does -- it shows in way her property is maintained and her concern for each guest's stay. She gives you space if you want it or can be very conversational if she detects you would like that. Of all of our says in Maine, SHE is tops in the personality department. She gave us great suggestions for what to do, and where to go in the area -- she turned us on the secret blueberry patch and we had a great time picking wild blueberries -- and eating them the next day and the next day and the next day . . . The breakfasts here were also the BEST of all our B&B stays. Definitely artfully done, but more importantly, delicious!! The blueberry reduction sauce on the pancakes and the french toast were over the top! The fresh fruit was uniquely served and perfectly ripened. The location is ideally situated 6-8 minutes outside Camden -- staying out in the country side is so much better than staying in the town teeming with tourists. The reason this place has no average or below reviews like so many others is that it's a TOP NOTCH B&B. And one of the few with airconditioning in the rooms!!

  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 July 2013

I made a last minute reservation for the July 4 weekend at the Youngtown Inn. My family had a great stay. The location is on the Youngtown Road which is off Route 1. Some may find this to be inconvenient, but it is a quiet and peaceful location. Our host, Mary Ann, was great, and she knows the area and knows the locals. The breakfasts were exceptional. I would definitely stay again.

Room Tip: We were on the upper floor and the room was adequate in size for 3 people. One tip though, Route 52...
  • Stayed: July 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 June 2013

I had pleasure of visiting the Youngtown Inn this past week. My wife and I stayed in room 3 with out two younger children. We were able to have an incredible dinner (we both had lobster - and it was unbelievable) and retire to the bar area after putting our children to bed, being able to check on them routinely right upstairs. We had a nice lunch in Camden and took the kids to see the boats, but the highlight of the trip was truly the Inn itself and the amazing owners. I'd return again and again.

Room Tip: Room 3 has the lounge area with a daybed for the kids so we had our our own adjoining room.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 15 June 2013

My mom and I stayed at the Youngtown Inn for three nights of our Maine vacation. It was perfect.... MaryAnn was so welcoming, and accommodating. The Inn is beautiful. It is just a short drive out of town, in an idyllic countryside framed by mountains and a gorgeous lake. Our room, with 2 double beds, was very nice and had a separate entrance. Beds were soooo comfortable and linens were crisp, rich and had that delicious freshly laundered smell to them.
Breakfast is a gourmet treat, of 3 courses, included with your room. I am already planning a return visit with my husband!

Room Tip: Has a room with 2 beds.
  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with family
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Additional Information about Youngtown Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 581 Youngtown Rd, Lincolnville, ME 04849-5431
Region: United States > Maine > Mid Coast Maine > Lincolnville
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Suites
Hotel Style:
Ranked #5 of 9 B&Bs / Inns in Lincolnville
Price Range: £159 - £190 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Youngtown Inn Bed and Breakfast 3.5*
Number of rooms: 6
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
If you are looking for a more personalized, unique, boutique style experience, simplicity where "guests feel incredibly connected with our destination and the local way of life." Then look no further. The Youngtown Inn is a classic 1810 farmhouse built proudly upon two centuries of New England heritage. This grand old house was the center of the Young family's poultry and dairy farm for more than seven generations. Our intimate inn offers six comfortable and romantic guestrooms, each with a private en-suite bath. Some rooms offer queen canopy or sleigh beds, balconies and fireplaces. Located only 1 mile from Maine largest Vineyard and Winery "Cellardoor Winery" check all their special events. All rooms offer generous amenities and the convenience of free wireless internet. The tastefully decorated guest rooms, sunny verandas, broad pumpkin pine floors, and brick fireplaces capture the warm feel of beautiful rural Maine. Located along Route 52 near Lake Megunticook, it is the perfect vacationing spot for exploring the mid-coast of Maine, taking ferry rides to nearby islands, swimming, boating, visiting the area's quaint shops, the Nature Conservancy and concerts at the Opera House as well as the Lobster Festival in nearby Rockport. In winter, the Camden Snow Bowl is a major attraction. ... more   less 
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