The Sterling Inn is a gay-owned/welcoming nineteenth-century country inn, located in the heart of the Upper Kennebec Valley. Built in 1816 as a stagecoach stop, the Sterling Inn was the first bar, dance hall, and post office in the area. Today it’s the perfect New England lodging choice for individuals, families, or large groups with its warm cozy atmosphere, wood floors, and comfortable common areas.
The Inn has 15 recently-renovated bedrooms that feel just like home, a large lounge with wood stove, newly-remodeled dining room and large wrap-around porch and yard for your enjoyment in any season or any weather. Whether you are rafting, snowmobiling, fishing, hiking the Appalachian Trail, or just looking for a cozy bed-and-breakfast style getaway or unique meeting space, the Sterling Inn is a perfect home away from home — Maine lodging at its coziest.
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