One hundred and eight wonderful acres surrounding the inn are here to explore. Take a leisurely stroll through the perennial gardens, sit along the banks of Bear River, or take a hike up our wooded hillside to view Long Lake. We have various lawn games for your enjoyment or just spend a relaxing evening on our spacious deck or on our hammock under the tree. Boat rentals are available nearby.
Once a stagecoach stop, its charm still remains and is not forgotten by the locals.
Once the ice house, our cozy den features a crackling fireplace during frosty days and comfortable furnishings for your relaxation or quiet conversation. Enjoy our covered patio, perfect for curling up to read a book on a lazy afternoon.
Full of history + charm
Greenwood Manor Inn was built in 1870 as a private residence by Philander Tolman who named it "Greenwood Villa". Philander, his wife Laura, and their six children lived in the home for over 50 years. The home passed through several owners before being renovated and converted into a Bed & Breakfast in the late 1980's. The Inn operated as the "Tolman House Inn".
In the spring of 2000 it changed ownership and re-opened as Greenwood Manor Inn.The 7 guest rooms and 2 suites, decorated with antiques and plush furnishings, are located in the converted carriage house. Each of our guest rooms has a private bath. Views of the perennial gardens, fields and mountains are yours from every room.
a HOME COOKED BREAKFAST, SERVED DAILY
included in your stay
A full, home-made, country breakfast is served each morning in the spacious dining area or on the covered deck overlooking the gardens which are a sanctuary for a variety of birds and wildlife. You can be sure to find fresh baked cookies, brownies, or even a special treat from our inn keeper, The Winey Baker, every afternoon on the server.
A Day Trip Away
180 miles from Acadia National Park
1 mile from Bridgton Academy
8 miles from Shawnee Peak
Big Cities Nearby
45 miles from Portland, MA
145 miles from Boston, MA