Title

The New Innkeepers: There are plenty of fresh faces on the Maine hospitality scene these days- and they're running some of our favorite destination inns, lodges, boutique hotels, and more.

Authors

Source

Down East

Date

9-2017

Volume Number

VOL. 64, NO. 2

Pages

68-77

Abstract

Profiles the new owners of 12 lodging facilities in Maine from Southern Maine to the Midcoast region and beyond. Includes accommodations that are luxe to rustic, stately to mod, yet all are welcoming places with new faces, many from away, running them.

Subjects

Mt. Chase Lodge, Mount Chase, North Woods Sporting Lodge, Lindsay and Mike Downing, Black Duck Inn, Corea, Will and Rae Mathewson, The Rangeley Inn, Rangeley, Travis Ferland, Haley Pond, Tops'l Farm, Waldoboro, Sarah and Josh Pike, A-Frame, Medomak River, Yurt, Glamping, Inn on the Harbor, Stonington, Dana Durst and Jay Brown, Stonington Harbor, Margaretta Inn, Machias, Sherry Radeka, Ashley Maker, Michael Radeka, Ryan Maker, Margaretta Motel, Inn of Acadia, Madawaska, former- nunnery, Aroostook County, Jonathan Roy, Samantha Berry, Voyageur Lounge, The Trellis House, Ogunquit, Laurence Plotkin, Glen Porter, Red River Camps, Debouille Public Reserved Land, Jen Brophy, Lodge, Camp, Inn, B & B, Acadia Yurts, Southwest Harbor, Aaron Sprague, Karen Roper, Mount Desert Island, West End Inn, Portland, Victoria Lee Hood, John Calvin Stevens Designed Victorian Inn, Lincolnville Motel, Lincolnville, Alice Amory, Route 1 Cottages

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