MAPLE HILL FARM BED & BREAKFAST INN, for QUIET LODGING IN THE AUGUSTA, HALLOWELL, and GARDINER MAINE area as an alternative to area hotels and motels

TOLL FREE 1-800-622-2708

You can click the button on the left to check availability or make reservations for overnight lodging directly with us, but we always welcome a personal phone call.  Even if it says we have no availability, please call to get on a waiting list.  You can also click here for any last-minute specials we might have!  For catering and event services, please call us directly. 

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We are set far back from the road, surrounded by tranquil fields and woods. Our 130 acres surrounds you with peaceful serenity, or provides you with opportunities for endless exploration. When you arrive, be sure to ask for our trail map for walking, hiking, running, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing on our property or neighboring 800+ acres of public land. 


Sit in a comfortable Adirondack chair on the front yard under our 100-year old maple trees and enjoy the farm animals in the pasture just beyond.

The shade of the maples will comfort you even on the hottest summer day, and there is often a breeze gently blowing across our open field.

"This place is gorgeous.  So much open space, and great sunsets!"

Click Above to See an Amazing, Interactive 360° Picture

of Our Front Lawn and the Expansive Fields Around the Inn. 

You may need to install the JAVA Plug-In to view.  If you have any problems viewing, please click here or here. If you are still unable to download the JAVA Plug-In, click here to view the Quicktime version of the Front Yard.  This picture is viewable using QuickTime Viewer which you can download here if you need it.  Click on Free Download Now to download the appropriate player.  If the link doesn’t work cut and paste this web address into your browser:  http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/win.html



The view of the front of the Inn, after you have driven up our long driveway.  The "Porte Cochere" will greet you and keep you dry as you arrive at our front porch entrance.  You'll love our unique front desk constructed of famous Hallowell granite found right here at the Farm!

Historic Homestead

This late Victorian house is on land that was cleared and settled in the late 1700s.  Maple Hill Farm was once the home of William Oliver Vaughan, a member of one of the founding families in Hallowell.  The Vaughan family once held a grant of land that extended from the banks of the Kennebec River on the east to the shore of Cobbosseecontee Lake to the west.  Maple Hill Farm is located roughly in the middle of this original land grant.  Mr. Vaughan commanded his own militia in the early 1800s and raised "fine-wooled sheep" while being heavily involved with shipping on the Kennebec River.  The present house was built in 1906 and was once owned by Winthrop Worcester who grew corn and raised beautiful dairy cows.  Maple Hill Farm served as a halfway stop for watering horses for a stagecoach line that ran between Hallowell and Emery's Grove on Cobbosseecontee Lake.  Renovations completed in 2001 honor this history while bringing the inn up to modern standards.

We are truly a four season location, with bright greens in spring, cool summer breezes, brilliant fall colors, and beautiful winter vistas suitable for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.


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