Stay Overnight In A 100-Year-Old Hotel That’s Said To Be Haunted At Herbert Grand Hotel In Maine
New England has a reputation for being home to a bevy of spooky inns and historic hotels full of spirited guests (and staff… and owners…) that have long overstayed their welcome. Fortunately, for fans of ghostly supernatural sightings and all things paranormal, Maine’s haunting season stretches far beyond All Hallow’s Eve. And with our lengthy East Coast history – filled with tales of unnatural shipwrecks, mysterious Civil War apparition sightings, and more – you can bet that The Pine Tree state has plenty of haunts to choose from! From former convents and institutions to hotels that are neighboring ancient battlegrounds, we’re pretty convinced that our haunted places are – well, a little extra haunted.
But of all the centuries-old establishments that fill our state, few are as active and as filled with inexplicable presences as the long-standing, iconic Herbert Grand Hotel in Kingfield. Not a believer? Spend a night or two at this storied hotel, and you might just change your mind.
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While continued tales of spectral activity and the unique historic authenticity of this hotel draws visitors from all around the state, rest assured – the Herbert isn’t just for those hoping for a supernatural encounter! This mountain getaway has a historic charm that is undeniable and well worth a visit all on its own. No ghosts needed! You’ll also want to follow the Herbert Grand Hotel’s Facebook page for special events and updates.