Williams Pond Lodge is in the riverfront community of Bucksport, Maine, about 30 minutes south of Bangor and two and a half hours northeast of Portland.
Two guest rooms are available at this Maine bed and breakfast, both located in a new carriage house located behind the original lodge cabin. The Treehaven Room and Cobb Hill Room are both decorated in what the innkeepers describe as a "woodsy camp style." Each has a private bathoom, a queen-size bed, a large shower with a skylight, and a gas fireplace.
Room rates range from $120 to $155 per night, double occupancy, varying by season. Minimum stays may be required at certain times of the year.
A "bountiful" breakfast is promised at Williams Pond Lodge.
Williams Pond Lodge is completely off the main electricity grid, powered instead by solar panels, and it has been certified by the Maine Department of Environmental Protection as an "Environmental Leader." Guests can use the inn's free wifi Internet connection, explore the pond in kayaks and canoes, or enjoy the variety of books, movies, board games and card games.
More About Williams Pond Lodge:
Innkeepers David Weeda and Dominick Rizzo began searching for a property to run as a bed and breakfast in 2002. Williams Pond Lodge, secluded but just 15 minutes from downtown Bucksport and 30 minutes from Bangor International Airport, is the result of that search.
This Maine bed and breakfast is surrounded by over 20 acres of woodlands and has more than 3,000 feet of frontage on the 112-acre, 50-foot deep, spring-fed Williams Pond. Hiking, birding, photography and picnicking are among the many activities guests can enjoy.