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How to Celebrate the Holidays in Maine

November 26, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

From Fa La La to Auld Lang Syne, spending the holidays in Maine is the best way to experience all that is special about the season. And you’ll be singing its praises when you take part in all of the fun, classic holiday activities. Keep on reading to see why you must plan a getaway to Maine this holiday season.

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5 Steps to Planning the Ideal Winter Getaway in Maine

October 4, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

“There is nothing in the world more beautiful than the forest clothed to its very hollows in snow. It is the still ecstasy of nature, wherein every spray, every blade of grass, every spire of reed, every intricacy of twig, is clad with radiance.” -William Sharp

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4 Great Full Day Adventures For Your Epic Maine Fall Foliage Vacation

September 21, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

At the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, we have lots of guests visiting for an epic Maine foliage vacation. To help them fully appreciate this glorious season, I’ve curated four day adventures that cover the most popular activities in the area. Want covered bridges? Two adventures cover that. You like waterfalls? Two of the trips offer that as well. Finally, are you looking for some mountain foliage? Yep, we have that covered too.

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Discover Maine in the Fall: Covered Bridges & Waterfalls Tour

August 15, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Who doesn’t love a day trip where you can visit both authentic Maine covered bridges and waterfalls too? The best way to discover Maine in the fall is on this little 5-6 hour day trip which will take you to two covered bridges and two waterfalls. After your delicious Maine comfort breakfast at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, hit the road and enjoy not only the bridges and falls, but the beautiful Maine countryside as well.

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You’ll Enjoy These 3 Authentic Covered Bridges In Maine

July 25, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Looking for a genuine East Coast sightseeing experience? Look no further than these three authentic covered bridges in Maine. 30-45 minutes from the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, three wooden bridges stand wrapped in beauty and history. A single-day’s trip loop can cover all three. The journey takes one through the rolling, rural Maine countryside and charming small towns. In addition, along the way, check out some Saco River rapids, visit quaint, small-town antique shops, or go for a moderate hike on Burnt Meadow Mountain Trail. Then come home to our cozy lakeside inn for a well-deserved sleep.

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A Great Guide To An Epic Day In Portland Maine

May 30, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

“We’re going to spend the day in Portland Maine.” – an often heard statement of our guests at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine. Well known as one of the foodiest small cities in the US, folks love enjoying a great breakfast at the Inn then heading into Portland for the day of adventure, site-seeing and

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8 Of The Best Off Road Biking Trails In Maine

May 4, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

For those looking for great off road biking trails in Maine, as I do, I’m happy to report there are eight terrific trails within a 12 to 30-odd minute drive of the Wolf Cove Inn, a lakeside bed and breakfast in Maine perfect for couples dreaming of active getaways in the great outdoors.

Some run past babbling brooks that have cut shallow valleys in the forest floor. One runs along the mighty Androscoggin River. And yet others take you past Maine marshlands where eagles nest and beavers dam. You can even ride to a flooded abandoned quarry where you can check out the tadpoles and frogs, or maybe

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15 Favorite Things To Do During Mud Season In Maine

April 17, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

You’ve all heard of mud season in Maine. It’s part of the answer to a joke. What are the 5 seasons in Maine? Spring, summer, fall, winter and mud. It’s actually part of spring, so it can be quite scenic. The lake “grays” and looks really cool. The daffodil bulbs around the Inn start popping. The trees and shrubs bud out and are oh so green.

Mud season generally runs mid-March through

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This Maine Maple Sunday, Enjoy These 6 Yummy Sugar Shacks

February 19, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Over the years, Maine Maple Sunday has become an institution here in our beautiful state. In March, the sun is higher in the sky, the days are warmer, and the sap begins to flow in those maple trees that provided breathtaking beauty during foliage season.

At Wolf Cove Inn, our romantic Maine bed and breakfast, Maple Sunday traditionally occurs on

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Your New Guide to 18 Delightful, Fun Winter Activities

January 16, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Maine is just chock full of fun winter activities. Here at the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, there’s a whole new world to explore once Mother Nature has covered our winter wonderland in snow. So grab your snowshoes, cross-country skis, alpine skis, skijoring gear (wait for it!), fat tire bikes, ice skates, sleds, or fishing gear and come on by. Read on to learn about our favorite winter activities in Maine. 

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Want To Have A Wonderful Time Snow Tubing In Maine?

January 16, 2018 by Roy Forsberg

Are you ready for some snow tubing in Maine? Well, consider yourself lucky. Lost Valley Ski Area in Auburn, Maine now offers snow tubing on 600 foot long groomed lanes. Located only 20 minutes from the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, add another great winter activity to enjoy on your romantic getaway this season!

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Want The Joy Of Harvesting An Authentic Maine Christmas Tree?

November 23, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Maine Christmas tree harvesting season is upon us! And there is nothing like the joy of finding and cutting your own tree right here in the Pine State, the home of Christmas trees. Near our Bed And Breakfast in Poland, Maine you can find three great farms where you can select and cut the perfect tree to fill your home with the aroma and spirit of the season. Read on to learn more about our favorite Christmas tree farms in Maine.

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Discover the Beauty of Maine with Our Top 4 Fall Hikes

September 20, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Fall is settling in very nicely at the Wolf Cove Inn, our romantic bed and breakfast in Poland, Maine. It’s a great time to get moving and enjoy the outdoors. Mother Nature’s canvas is beginning its awesome display of vibrant foliage. It’s time for you to see it yourself. Below are the best hikes in Maine that are especially worth a visit now as they really show off autumn’s amazing colors. The hikes range in difficulty from easy to advanced. Driving distances to the trailheads range from 10 minutes to two hours from our Inn on Tripp Lake.
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Singepole Mountain Hiking

September 10, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

One of the most often asked questions by guests of the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine is “Do you have any hiking recommendations?” The answer is yes, we have many great options one of these great options is Singepole Mountain hiking trails.

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Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village Historic Site

August 25, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Are you are a history buff? If so, a visit to Sabbathday Lake Shaker Villages in Maine should be on your to-do list while staying at Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine. Located about 10 minutes from the Inn, Shaker Village is home to the very last Shaker! This was once a vibrant religious community encompassing eighteen communities in the eastern US.

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Do You Want To See Maine’s Largest Flea Market?

June 19, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Do you have an itch to buy stuff you don’t need? Of course you do! And what better place to scratch that itch than a flea market?

Out of all the flea markets in Maine, the largest is only five minutes from the Wolf Cove Inn. The Willows Flea Market spans three floors with items from over 200 vendors and artisans. Items range from antiques to collectibles and more. Located in nearby Mechanic Falls, you can easily spend a half to full day there.
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Old phonograph at Willows flea market

Dig Out Those Spike Jones Records!

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Can You See A Moose At Maine Wildlife Park?

May 26, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

It’s funny. So many folks visiting the Wolf Cove Inn, a bed and breakfast in Maine, ask “where can I see a moose?” I tell them about “Moose Alley” between Rangeley and Stratton. However, that’s a two-hour drive, though it is one of our favorite day trips in Maine. “Rather than that”, I tell them, “head to Maine Wildlife Park. Moose sighting guaranteed!” Furthermore, it’s only 20 minutes from the Wolf Cove Inn in nearby Gray, Maine. Book your stay at Wolf Cove Inn today to see a moose in Maine
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Enjoy A Wonderful Day At Bradbury Mountain State Park

May 23, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

A favorite nearby attraction, Bradbury Mountain State Park is a scenic 30 minute drive from the Wolf Cove Inn, a Bed And Breakfast in Maine. With a summit of sweeping vistas to the coastline and farmlands of Maine, Bradbury Mountain has one of the highest reward-to-effort ratios you’ll find anywhere. The park offers a nice variety of activities while enjoying your romantic getaways in Maine.

Read on to learn more about this great state park and some ideas for enjoying the mountain.

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Do You Want To Enjoy The Beauty Of McLaughlin Garden?

May 15, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Yes you do! McLaughlin Gardens and Homestead are a treasure here in western Maine. Located in nearby South Paris, it is only 13 miles from the Wolf Cove Inn, a romantic B&B in Maine. So if you love beautiful gardens, read on to learn more about the McLaughlin Garden. Better yet, enjoy romantic getaways in Maine at the Wolf Cove Inn and explore the gardens yourself.

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5 Authentic Winter Adventures At Beautiful Pineland Farms

February 13, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Located less than 30 minutes from the Wolf Cove Inn, a romantic lakeside B&B in Poland Maine, Pineland Farms offers a wonderful array of winter experiences. Pineland Farms is a working farm that also fosters healthy lifestyles through recreation. Open year round, the farm is a winter wonderland of fun activities.

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Sip & Savor Along Maine’s Libations Trail

February 7, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Experience our Maine Libations Trail Tour, featuring our favorite craft brewers, distillers and fermenters!

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3 Things To Know About Our Wonderful Maine Spa

January 27, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

At the Wolf Cove Inn, we believe guest well being is of paramount importance. From the moment you pull into our parking lot through your final departure, we strive to make your experience as wonderful as possible. In order to help improve your well being, we’ve invested in enhancing the spa experience at the inn. Here are three things to know about your Maine spa experience.

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How To Turn Horseplay Into Winter Romance

January 17, 2017 by Roy Forsberg

Winter romance is a specialty of the Wolf Cove Inn. We offer beautiful suites with large jetted spa tubs, fireplaces and great lake views. Our main living room offers panoramic lake views and a cozy fireplace for cuddling. Furthermore, we offer many packages and specials to kick up the romance.

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9 Winter Activities In Maine For Your Romance Getaway

December 3, 2015 by Roy Forsberg

We have 9 terrific winter activities in Maine and around the Wolf Cove Inn that allow you to enjoy the beauty of New England winter, a wonderful time of year. Yes, there is shoveling and driving on snowy, icy roads. But once you’ve dispensed with that, nature’s remnants are there to enjoy, invigorate your body and help you make a connection with the natural world around you. To top things off you’ll save $40-$120 per night during the winter season!

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Want Your Honeymoon in Maine To Be Uniquely Wonderful?

May 26, 2016 by Roy Forsberg

Your honeymoon (or mini-moon) demarks both an end and a beginning. It marks the end of the sometimes years long process of actually getting married. At the same time it likely marks your first time alone as a married couple, embarking on the start of your magical life together. You want that experience to be unique. You want it to be wonderful. You want to create a life-long memory. At our top Maine bed and breakfast, we have some ideas about that.

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