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    Annabessacook Farm Bed & Breakfast

    192 Annabessacook Rd, Winthrop, ME 04364-3839
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    11/06/2017 12/06/2017
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          Reviewed 11 August 2013

          This is the third time over several years that we have stayed at ABF. The two innkeeps, Craig and Jop, feel like old friends and we are always glad to see them. Each time we have visited, we have stayed in the first-floor bedroom with...More

          1  Thank PhilosophicalOldGuy
          Reviewed 19 July 2011

          Annabessacook Farm is a unique place. My kids loved the animals and the relaxed feel of the place. We stayed in two small rooms upstairs, which were charmingly furnished. The bathroom was down the hall, which unfortunately only had a bath. We had to walk...More

          2  Thank NewYorkPickytraveler
          Reviewed 9 September 2010

          Stayed here for a few days while in the Augusta area. Our room did not have its own bathroom so it was cheaper. There is an upstairs and downstairs bathroom. The one downstairs has a shower and the upstairs one has a tub. Toiletries are...More

          2  Thank earboy
          Reviewed 1 August 2004

          We were very pleased with our stay at the Annabessacook Farm B&B! We were traveling with kids which isn't always easy. The Innkeepers, Jop and Craig, were very pleasant and made us all feel welcome. They put out little toys for the kids and brought...More

          6  Thank Lisa C
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          Hotel description
          Enjoy a farm vacation at our restored 1810 farmhouse set on 25 acres with frontage on Lake Annabessacook. In summer, enjoy private swimming, boating, and fishing at the lake, horseback riding, hiking, or reclining in the sun by the pond. Winter brings cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, or day trips to downhill skiing. Gourmet meals with farm fresh eggs, a sauna and whirlpool during any season. 10 miles west of Augusta and 15 miles northeast of Lewiston.
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