Nestled in the Blue Mountains of Western Maine, The Perennial Inn awaits your visit. Built in 1884, this charming Victorian farmhouse sits on 42 acres of grassy fields, pine forests, streams and ponds. Once a working farm, slowly we are returning it to a gentleman's farm with a small assortment of animals where you can collect the morning eggs for breakfast (early risers only). While many of the original farm buildings are only slightly visible on the hill on the east side of the original property, the building which housed the facilities for drying seeds can still be seen from the Inn. This large historic New England home with its wraparound porch, and huge red antique barn combines natural beauty, comfort, and seclusion with convenient access to local area attractions. You'll find it hard to believe you're only a country mile from Route 2.
A favorite parting sentiment from our guests is "I felt so comfortable". Our guests are treated like special family, and have no problem making themselves at home.
Breakfast is a generally served from 8:00am until 9:30 am though we accommodate almost all requests and coffee is available earlier for early risers. Our hearty country breakfast are homemade each morning from fresh eggs generally collected from our own chickens (feel free to offer to collect your own breakfast eggs) and include fresh fruit and melon, fresh bread, a main course and meat. Cereal, yogurt, and oatmeal are always available.
Children over 12 years old are welcome. Younger children may be accommodated with advanced notice.
Please see our pet policy if you are traveling with your dog.
For the health and safety of all, smoking is not permitted inside. The Inn is fully sprinkled for fire protection.