This alternative to Augusta area hotels and motels is Maines first certified Environmental Leader green lodging-2005, received the Maine Governors Award for Environmental Excellence-2004, named One of 30 Great U.S. Inns by Travel Leisure magazine 2002, was noted as the Best of Both Worlds as an Editors Pick by Yankee Magazines Travel Guide to New England 2002 and 2003, and rated best bed breakfast, hands down, by a 1997 statewide newspaper poll. The Inn is full of amenities for both the business and leisure traveler. Rooms are spacious and furnished with antiques, all with air conditioning and individually zoned heat control. Some rooms have HUGE two-person whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces, and private outdoor decks. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the facility. Each room has cable television, VCR, DVD player, telephone with dataport, hair dryer, ironing board and iron, and many little touches you will discover during your stay. Our full custom-cooked breakfast is served from 7 to 9 each morning and will jump start your day. You can even choose our own farm-fresh eggs cooked any way you like them. Escape and relax on our many acres of unspoiled rural beauty. Our farm of rolling fields and woods has everything from expansive views to a secluded spring-fed swimming hole to give you a taste of the real Maine away from crowds of summer tourists. Enjoy our trails and continue to roam the adjacent 800 plus acre wildlife preserve with pristine pond for canoeing or fishing. We also have event facilities at the property for casual meetings to full-service weddings with complete custom catering and bar service for groups of any size. All this at Maple Hill Farm is just minutes from varied dining opportunities and antique and specialty shops in the National Historic District of downtown Hallowell on the banks of the Kennebec River. The historic state capitol and acclaimed Maine State Museum are just upriver, along with Old Fort Western, in Augusta.