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Maple Hill Farm Inn: Rural Maine

April 2, 2015

Maple Hill Farm Inn is tasteful, and the owner is gracious. There is even a local art collection on hand. We’re in room 1.

Maple Hill Farm Inn

Maple Hill Farm Inn

Maple Hill is also a certified green B&B. Using solar and wind, they generate 50% of their power consumption. That is super cool.

Fireplace in room 1

Fireplace in room 1

Room one giant quilt

Room one giant quilt

The shower is not plastic, well, actually, the shower is plastic, but it is one of those 1970s showers like your parents used to have made of one contiguous piece of plastic with a wobbly glass door. It earns only a shrug as showers go.

Shower cubicle

Shower cubicle

It also has the “hackable” dispenser. Beware.

Anyone who would use a liquid dispensed by this thing would be crazy. Or trusting.  Possibly both.

Anyone who would use a liquid dispensed by this thing would be crazy. Or trusting. Possibly both.

Giant hot tub

Giant hot tub

Downstairs is plenty of open common space, including a bar with a decent wine selection and a room full of local art (60 mile radius).

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We liked this painting so much, that we added it to our collection.

We liked this painting so much, that we added it to our collection.

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A high three showerheads for the Maple Hill Farm Inn. If you’re coming to Maine, give it a try.

Colleges on this run included Colby and Bates.

Colby college: yes, that's snow in April

Colby college: yes, that’s snow in April

Bates College: Slightly more thawed, but not much

Bates College: Slightly more thawed, but not much

When it came to college and the arts, Colby wins hands down. A world class art museum right on campus—the biggest in Maine.

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