Pineland Farms Guest HousesAppointed beautifully, maintained meticulously and set in stunning locations, each of our guest houses is a destination unto itself. Spend the day hiking, biking, skiing or bird-watching on miles of hand-crafted trails or explore picturesque Maine farms. Enjoy a picnic in our spectacular one-acre perennial garden with fresh cheese, berries and other products straight from the farm, or cast a line into our stocked trout pond. Guests who wish to explore outside the boundaries of Pineland Farms' 5,000 acres will be pleased to learn they are just 20 minutes from Freeport and Lewiston/Auburn, and 30 minutes from Portland and the Lakes Region.
Our different guest houses can accommodate groups from just two to more than 20, and each has something special to offer. Whether you're treating your hard-working staff to a week away from it all or looking for a place to rejuvenate with your loved ones, Pineland Farms has a guest house perfect for you.
Spend the week or stay just one night. We welcome you to experience Pineland Farms and the surrounding areas from the elegance, convenience and privacy of a home away from home.
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Rolling hills, cattle grazing through grasslands, spectacular sunsets reflected off the restored red barn – these are just a few of the sights at Collyer Brook Farm that will take your breath away... more.
A 21st century house built on the two-foot thick walls of a 19th century stone foundation, Denekas House sits atop a hill overlooking the Pineland Farms campus and garden... more.
Situated on a hill and surrounded by tall oaks and a classically New England stone wall, the Fowler House is a place to enjoy an intriguing mix of history and modernity.... more.
Imagine a house with beds for 21 people, luxurious spaces for socializing, and an open kitchen and dining room large enough to accommodate your every need.... more.
The glowing silver turrets of the Pineland Farms Equestrian Center have already earned it the nickname of "the castle."... more.
Sheltered by stately oaks on a quiet dirt road sits a charming, picture-perfect cape-style house, complete with white picket fence... more.