The History Behind This Remote Hotel In Maine Is Both Eerie And Fascinating

A winter trip to Maine must include some snow activities, like skiing or snowshoeing. But, if you’re headed to Sugarloaf this season, you’ll also have the chance to add some history and intrigue to the mix! Instead of making your next ski day a day trip, plan on staying overnight in Kingfield to have the opportunity to experience this historic hotel. It’s not a swanky as the ones you might find in Portland, but the stories these walls could tell are worth the journey off-the-beaten-path!

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The Herbert Grand Hotel is located at 246 Main St., Kingfield, Maine. You can learn more about the hotel’s history by visiting their website. Give them a call on 207-265-2000.

For more Maine history, consider a trip to this church in Kittery. It’s the oldest in town and one of the oldest in the entire state!