New Trebor Rising- Trebor Mansion Inn - historic Maine Inn near Moosehead Lake Trebor Mansion Inn
11 A Golda Court ~ P. O. Box 722
Guilford, Maine 04443 USA

(207) 876-4070
Toll-Free: (888) 280-7575

trebormansion@gmail.com
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     The Most Unique & Affordable Lodging in the Region

Splendor @$40 to $95 a night + Weddings/Weekly/Whole Inn

Visit this unique & mysterious mansion on the National Historic Register ~ 26 miles north of I-95 and 26 miles south of Moosehead Lake. DSL and WIFI Internet, Outstanding Beds and Linens, Privacy and Peace and Quiet Await You

Built 1830-32 by John Monroe//////Purchased by David R Straw, a Maine Supreme Court law clerk and friend of President Andy Jackson, in 1832 //////Moses Eaton Stencils 1836//////Straw father and son David Jr found oldest operating textile mill in Maine 1865//////Raised and Turreted in 1894 by the Lombard Builders//////Donated Carnegie Library Lot 1905//////Purchased by Senator Douglas of Illinois as a Gift for Mrs Holbrooke 1933/////////Restored 2002-2004/////Burned 1-24-2004/////Restored Again by the Shaffer Family 2004-2006//////HGTV Program #1606////
 

 "The folks here at Trebor have succeeded in creating a truly original and interesting place to stay - not such an easy feat these days! as so many things become more generic. I hope to return someday with my family - my child would be delighted here." - - - - - Another Initially Horrified Guest

Our rates are 20-40% lower than less interesting and less elegant lodging available locally. If you work the angles right you can even do better than the bottom end motels in the area. The longer you stay, the less you pay. For more info on how we can charge you less and give you more, see “Martha Stewart Doesn't Live Here.”

Waterfalls are a gift of nature. In fact, in Maine's Piscataquis County alone, there are more than 100 waterfalls, and since 2004, Sangerville resident Erik Stumpfel has made it his business to seek them out.“Waterfalls of Piscataquis County.”

Enjoy The End of The World As We Know It at Trebor Mansion

The 3rd and final volume of Harry Turtledove's Supervolcano book trilogy, Things Fall Apart , in which Professor Frary, myself and Trebor Mansion appear as "fictional" characters was in print 3 December 2013. But you already thought we were fictional, right?! Here's hoping this is a best seller. Soon to be a Major Motion Picture? It would look good under a Christmas tree....

The New York Times bestselling author and maven of alternate history" ( San Diego Union-Tribune ) presents a near- future thriller. A supervolcanic eruption in Yellowstone Park sends lava and mud flowing toward populated areas, and clouds of ash drifting across the continent ...

Trebor Mansion InnHigh on a hill in the Lakes Region of central Maine sits an architectural treasure known as the Trebor Mansion Inn. Built in 1830 and once owned by a United States Senator, the Trebor Mansion's origins are shrouded in mystery. Although it was widely held by the locals to be "haunted", and didn't even have electricity in the main structure until 1976, the original artwork, Moses Eaton stencils and stained glass windows were preserved, and it is still crowned by it's original slate roof. Although nearly destroyed in a massive fire on 1-24-2004, today the Mansion's elegant guest rooms welcome travelers from all over the world.

Trebor Mansion entry hallThe mansion is completely surrounded by a wildflower natural butterfly preserve on three acres of hilltop meadows with mature oaks and sugar maples that overlook the Piscataquis River, and you are welcome to laze about on the verandah or take a stroll about the butterfly nature trails. (We've had a bear cub, a moose, a fox and numerous deer this year, and we have some rare trees, including Butternut an American Chestnut and even a Redbud). Or you can saunter 400 feet or so down to the historic Carnegie Library bordering our butterfly meadow. The guests have a private entrance and the run of the Inn---a 5000 square foot structure which is private from the owners quarters---with a verandah, a wrap-around porch, and four balconies. Artwork, books and eclectic furnishings can be found in every room. We try to treat our guests to privacy, giving them as much space as they desire. The atmosphere is informal. You may do as you please.

We are within walking distance of the center of the village, whose still operating textile mill dates to 1865. You can get anything you really need here.

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Come and join old friends and new at Trebor Mansion Inn and step back in time, to a simpler era away from the hustle and bustle of our urban age.

Like our grand Phoenix Door? See the unique builder here: “Alternative Building” 

Looking for a place that "shines"? Check out the Mansion's haunted history and current evidence of the unusual at “River Cities Paranormal Society report on Trebor Mansion.”

and at this Episode of ZeroLux Paranormal from 2014: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=824VghRvk1I

Rooms/Rates/Tariffs | Maps/Directions | HOME | Marvels of the Highland Lakes Region
Your Eccentric Hosts |The Mysteries of Trebor Mansion | Photo Album
Martha Stewart Doesn't Live Here | The Great Fire of January 24, 2004 | Social Events
Reservations/Contact | Massage | Red Neck Wabi Sabi | Grand Reopening | Trebor TV
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