The Rangeley Inn
At a Glance
- this historic hotel is the last of its kind in the region
- canoes for Haley Pond
- some marble baths and whirlpool tubs
- motel rooms have refrigerators and microwaves
- no Rangeley Lake views
- restaurants are dinner-only
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The Rangeley Inn Review
From Main Street you see only the large three-story blue inn, built in 1907 for wealthy urbanites on vacation. Set back behind it is a motel with decks or terraces on most rooms and views of Haley Pond. No rooms are alike in the inn, where the many antique furnishings include brass beds and oak headboards. Larger rooms with a queen bed and two twins are popular with families. A stone fireplace anchors the roomy, low-light tavern restaurant, The Pour House. From July through October, the inn's elegant, window-lined original dining room is also open.
- Address: 2443 Main St., P.O. Box 160 Rangeley, ME 04970 | Map It
- Phone: 207/864–3341; 800/666–3687
- Website: www.rangeleyinn.com
- Location: Rangeley
- 35 inn rooms, 13 motel rooms (including 1 suite).
- Rate includes no meals.
- Credit cards accepted.
- Hotel and restaurants (not motel) closed Apr., May, Nov., and Dec.; dinning room restaurant also closed Jan.–March and June.
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