Surrounded by mountains, lakes & the Saco River in the colonial village of Fryeburg. Nearby National Forests, hiking, biking, golf, canoeing, swimming, fishing, downhill & crosscountry skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling,antiquing and factory outlet shopping. Scenic drives, picnicing & camping too. Located in the Mt. Washington Valley & western Maine.
The Oxford House inn
offers a perfect balance of contemporary concepts and old-style charm. Gourmet restaurant with romantic dining by candle-light at night overlooking mountain views and lively pub with full bar and creative menu. Culinary Institute of America graduate chef/co-owner. Beautiful perennial gardens, wrap around screened-in front porch and out door fire area with Adirondack chairs offer many areas for relaxing.
4 large, updated guest rooms
with private baths, cable TV/DVD, A/C, wireless internet and antiques. Some have scenic mountain views. King, queen or 2 double beds with sitting areas in each.
Gourmet restaurant on site & casual pub. TV. Dining rooms available for meetings & small conferences.
Room service, in-room massage with advance notice. Full cooked to order breakfast included in room rate.
Policies & Restrictions
No pets, no smoking, children welcome any age.
Rates & Availability
Rates range from $119.00 - $179.00 Open year-round.
We are outdoor enthusiasts and are eager to share our knowledge of the area with you. The abundance of rock climbing, road & mountain biking, skiing, snowmobiling, and hiking brought us to this beautiful part of Maine-come and visit and we'll share our favorite places to go!
-Jonathan & Natalie Spak, Innkeepers-
Follow Route 302 east from New Hampshire & Route 302west from the Maine coast into the center of Fryeburg.Travel north from Boston 0n Route 95, to Route 16 north, then follow Route 302 east. From Augusta, drive west on Rte.2, then Rte.5 south to Fryeburg.
Off-season rates November 1 to May 31.