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My wife and I spent 4 days/nights at Sprucewold in October. We used it as our basecamp for poking around coastal Maine. The lodge dining room was cozy and warm, and while the lodge dates from the 1920s and has that 20s look, it was...More
Don't expect luxury but enjoy rustic peacefulness in a log lodge that is nearly 100 years old. While the old lodge is nestled firmly in the Maine woods, the delightful center of Boothbay Harbor is less than a 10 minute drive. Here you will experience...More
This was a very reasonable place to stay compared to many other places we tried. We were staying on a weekend night and found the rooms very adequate. The decor is definitely dated but that is part of the charm, Shower was a little small...More
Our family of 5 spent July 4th here this year and have been raving about it to anyone who will listen.
It was great value and a unique laid back vacation experience. Our hosts were very helpful in advising us of activities in the area...More
What a great lodge! We have stayed here several times. This property was built in the 1920's as a luxury resort. It reminds me of an Adirondack Great Camp, only on a smaller scale. It is rustic Maine at its best, located in the woods...More
Is Sprucewald Lodge still in business? The last rating was done on a stay in Oct.2014.. I stayed here on my honeymoon in August, 1959 and my daughter and her husband are planning a trip to Maine. When we stayed here we had lobster in our eggs every morning for breakfast, etc. Do you still serve Lobster?
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"We stayed in the king room with adjoining room with twin beds. Worked good for us."