|One of the
greatest presents you can give yourself and a loved one is the
gift of serenity and relaxation. It is within this time that you
can let the stresses of everyday life melt away and finally get
back to you. Allow yourself to experience this and more with one
of the romantic weekend getaways offered at The Orland
House Bed & Breakfast in Maine.|
Built in 1820, this handsomely decorated and romantic bed
and breakfast was built by Henry Partridge and has been
meticulously maintained to retain its original beauty. The
Greek-revival-style architecture gives the house distinguished
character and is truly a stunning sight to behold.
Innkeepers Cindi and Alvion ensure that all four well-appointed
guest rooms are consistently immaculate and comfortable. Along
with the rooms, each guest enjoys a taste of luxury with
amenities such as gourmet breakfasts, the occasional glass of
complimentary wine and lavish robes – to mention a few. All this
paired with the rich history of Orland, Maine creates the
perfect recipe for romance.
Weekend getaways in Maine don’t get much better than this.
Immerse yourself in the picturesque scenery of the low hills and
Narramissic River surrounding the Orland House. Participate in
outdoor adventures by hiking and canoeing or venturing to the
popular Mt. Desert area nearby. Whatever your fancy, you’ll find
it here. With so much to discover, don’t wait to treat yourself
to a well-deserved weekend getaway at the Orland House Bed &
Breakfast! Check out our pricing information by
There are four beautiful rooms to choose from, The Narramissic Suite, The Pine Tree Suite, The Blueberry Room and the Woodland Room.
Read some of our testimonials.
|Each of our Guest Rooms include the following amenities:
Fun Things To Know
The Iris pictures in the B&B represent Cindi's mother (named Iris) because Cindi's father always brought people in to feed and spend the night (Iris not knowing about the invite) and so for all her mother's work, Cindi dedicated the B&B to her mother.
Orland Angel - Alvion and Cindi have an angel in each room of their B&B. It is fun to find where they hide.
The house was part of the Underground Railroad. There are items in the house from Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Panama, Viet Nam, Mexico and Indiana!
Buck Art, no not pictures of deer. In Indiana, Alvion and Cindi loved to ride their motorcycle in Brown County and purchased two pictures from local artists with the name of Buck. After buying the B &B they found out that the house was a Buck home, one of the relatives of Jonathon Buck, founder of Bucksport. Now the Buck art from Indiana hangs in the Buck home in Maine.