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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 September 2010

We had a great stay in Sprucewold. Richard is very helpful and friendly. The breakfasts were wonderful. Everything was freshly made and very tasty. A great variety of breakfast foods. The setting is beautiful. Its a great spot for seeing this part of Maine. However the hotel is old; it is of the 1920's era. Its very dark inside due...

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Orchard Park, New York
Reviewed 21 August 2010

We spent a week at the Sprucewold this past July. Wow! I am almost at a loss for words. Richard and his wife were wonderful hosts. He was very attentive to everyone's needs. He seemed to be available 24/7. I don't know how he does it. Breakfast was outstanding. His staff is small but very good at what they do...

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1Thank shepmom
Northeast USA
Reviewed 29 June 2010

We just spent 3 days at Sprucewold Lodge. It gives you the feeling of staying in an historic Maine woods lodge while the ocean experience is a minute's drive down the road. This inn is rustically elegant. Simple but immaculate rooms, beautiful public rooms, wonderful big hot breakfasts, peace and quiet -- and two minutes from all the activity of...

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annapolis
Reviewed 19 May 2010

Forty some master gardeners stayed at the Sprucewold lodge and received outstanding hospitality from its owners. There is not a thing that they forgot which made the stay a winner. The owners make every effort to address any need, large or small, of every guest. It is a great value and an intensely charming step into the old world of...

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The Netherlands
Reviewed 26 November 2009

Don't stay here when you expect to find an all luxurious 5 star hotel room, do stay here when you are looking for a rustic, nice place that has something else to offer, a place that is simply different! The owners are both very nice and friendly people, you can see that they are very proud of this place and...

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1Thank Denliv
Texas
Reviewed 8 July 2009

The historic Sprucewold Lodge was not only a great bargain, our stay there was a highlight of our trip. We had connecting rooms with a single bathroom. The rooms were basic and comfortable. The lodge's location, in the woods, was quiet and relaxing, but not too far off the beaten path. Sprucewold has a wonderful great room in the lodging...

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Colorado
Reviewed 23 October 2008

I didnt find the Sprucewold on Trip advisor, I think I found it accidentaly and was glad I booked it. Had to change my reservations and Richard was very accomdating. Upon arrival at the Lodge, we were pleasantly surprised at the homeiness and comfortable the main building was. He had a fire in the fire place and rooms ready to...

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4Thank beamster
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 7 September 2008

The Sprucewold Lodge claims to be the largest log cabin structure east of the Mississippi, and I believe it. It reminds me of the log lodges in Glacier, Yellowstone, and other national parks out west. It has the rustic feel of a past era, but is still comfortable and pleasant in the 21st century. While somewhat small, and fairly basically...

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Providence, RI
Reviewed 2 August 2008

My wife and I stayed here two nights in late July. Place is located in a quiet, wooded area with moderate length walks to beach or town. The lodge is a bit dated in some aspects but cozy, clean and well maintained. The real selling point of this place is the management. They were outstanding - helpful and knowledgeable. Overall,...

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1Thank Crispy63
Virginia
Reviewed 12 July 2008

I decided on the Sprucewold after checking out several Boothbay Harbor properties online. The character of the lodge looked neat and I thought my husband and toddler son would enjoy it too. We were certainly not disappointed! The property is located up a hill and surrounded by tall trees and other log cabins - it really feels secluded even though...

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Additional Information about Sprucewold Lodge

Address: 4 Nahanada Rd, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04538-2283
Region: United States > Maine > Mid Coast Maine > Boothbay Harbor
Number of rooms: 29
Also Known As:
Sprucewold Hotel Boothbay Harbor
Sprucewold Lodge Boothbay Harbor, Maine
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“We stayed in the king room with adjoining room with twin beds. Worked good for us.”
mgh30215, 26 Aug 2013 | Read review
“each room has a different personality and decor reflecting the Lodge Era.”
  • our king corner room #59
  • the king suite
milring, 27 Jul 2012 | Read review
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