A country Inn located in the village of Bethel, within walking distance of shopping, golf, and area activities. Features dinner menu, rates, and reservation information.
The Cameron House, the grand Victorian home on Mason Street, was built by local businessman Augustus Farwell, during the summer of 1895 as a private residence. Located on two wooded acres a "five iron shot" from The Bethel Inn & Country Club and its 18 hole championship course, we neighbor the famous Dr. Moses Mason House and Bethel Historical Society.
One of the oldest structures in Bethel built in 1865 by a retired sea captain. The Inn is located in the heart of the Bethel Village historic district. It is a quaint and intimate Inn where you are not just a room number, but a real person with a real name. The one unbreakable rule at The Chapman Inn is that people may come as guests, but they leave as friends.
Located 10 miles from the village of Bethel, Maine, the Inn was built at the turn of the century in the midst of a stand of white birches as a hand-crafted Adirondack-style lodge by Leon Blanchard, founder of Prudential Insurance. Still in its pristine setting at the base of Caribou Mountain, it is surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Holidae House offers more comfort, convenience and value than any other facility. The well appointed victorian style is matched only by the charming center village atmosphere.
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Converted carriage house elegantly decorated and situated on five acres of land, offering a country-like setting. Features the Inn's history, dinner menu, area activities, rates and reservations.