Reviews & Comments

Published Reviews

CondeNast-Johansens Recommended Hotels Inns & Resorts: "...visitors are transplanted to an era of elegance, charm, friendly service and traditional luxury living."
The Washington Post: "Greenville Inn is the region's acknowledged fine dining spot. This is the real thing, both in terms of atmosphere and cuisine."
Down East Magazine: "It's an ideal place to spend the night after a day on the snowmobile,skiing at Big Squaw Mountain, or cross-country skiing the innumerable area trails. And it's also ideal as a destination in itself,to enjoy spectacular winter scenery, fine meals, and a good book."
Portland Press Herald: "Its chefs are considered among the best in the state..."
The Providence Sunday Journal: "Modern-day "rusticators" will find atavistic elegance at the Greenville Inn..."
The Boston Sunday Globe: "A lumber baron's extravagant mansion atop a hill just off Main Street with views up the lake."
Morning Sentinel: " exudes a rich masculinity of hand-carved mahogany panelling, staircases and ornate fireplaces in a group of cozy parlors and small elegant dining rooms."
The Boston Sunday Globe: "The Greenville Inn offers 1890s-style luxury."
Aero Zambia Magazine: "Immaculately restored,this Victorian mansion has been beautifully redecorated."
Gray's Sporting Journal: "...imposing mansion is stunningly elegant, a Victorian-era luxury liner built by ship's carpenters. After dinner,one repairs to the baronial splendor of the drawing room..."
A Sports Afield Guide: "With hand-carved paneling, this inn is the epitome of Victoriana; the fishing isn't bad either."
Charleston's Free Time: "Dinner at the Greenville Inn was a gourmet treat."
Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England: "Perched on a hillside overlooking the southern end of the lake, this rambling 1895 mansion is filled with flourishes of long-gone elegance, from marble showers and stamped tin walls to a graceful, stained-glass homage to the spruce tree."
National Geographic Guide to America's Hidden Corners: "The inn features elegantly appointed rooms, great views of the lake, and a superb dining room.
Best Places to Stay, New England: "A gourmet getaway overlooking New England's largest lake..."

Guests' Comments

Terry & Jeff are enjoying innkeeping and just a few of guests' comments tell it all:

"To say we were stunned to see such a pristine piece of history in better condition than when it was built in 1885 and appointed as by a professional designer, would be mild. The staff, the food, everything was 5 star- the views, 6 star. Our 30th anniversary was complete."

M.J.R. Pacifica, California

"The view from our breakfast table of sunshine on the mountains and the quaint snow covered village below- cozy little room with the warm crackling fire- gracious host and hostess- these are the memories we will carry home with us until we return."

P.H. Virginia Beach, VA

"An incredible experience here at the inn! Thanks for the wonderful hospitality bestowed on our family; for comfortable accommodations; the delicious food. Hope to return again and again."

L.G. Lajolla, CA

"We loved our cottage, food was great, scenery was wonderful. One of the best places we ever stayed at."

M. K. Newville, PA

"Elegant and sumptuous are the only words to describe the Tower Suite! We truly enjoyed our stay at the Greenville Inn!

M.S., El Dorado Hills, CA

"Life is good at the Greenville Inn- you make it hard to leave!

B.S., Massachusetts

"We enjoyed every minute of our stay.

S.M, St. Louis, MO

"Wonderful breakfast, great ambiance, wonderful people and marvelous views.

B.J., Maine

"The outstanding cuisine, the beautiful decoration of the rooms, breakfast by the fireplace - and above all- the warm hospitality of Jeff and Terry made this Indian summer an unforgettable experience.

J.A., Austria

"We found a gem.'a diamond in the rough of the wilderness!' Excellent taste in décor and a true creative atmosphere of 'old' meshed with the new'. We will return!

P.P., Connecticut

"Sunday morning, for lifting to autumn's brilliance- a cup of steaming coffee, quiet breakfast chatter..a slice of paradise you have right here at the Greenville Inn.

SV, New Hampshire

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