Step back in time to 19th Century country elegance, beautiful gardens, a restful and peaceful ambiance and sumptuous country breakfasts. Romance awaits you in the heart of Maine’s Sebago-Long Lake Region.
Lamb’s Mill Inn is located in the small picturesque village of Naples, Maine, just 28 miles west of Portland and 25 miles east of North Conway, NH. Nestled on 20 acres of field and woods, this charming old farmhouse was built by Frank Lamb between 1860- and 1870 as a private residence..
The farmhouse was used by several families before the present owners acquired it in 1987. The farmhouse has been tastefully restored and expanded by the present owners, Laurel Tinkham, a psychotherapist and Nikken Wellness Consultant, and Sandra Tardo Long, an artist. The owners are dedicated to making the inn into a “wellness haven.” Decorated in a combination of antiques and contemporary teak furniture, the inn features an interesting collection of original paintings and artworks.
Our six rooms offer guests the opportunity to snuggle down under beautiful quilts, and read that book you brought, take a short snooze before dinner. A visit to the adjacent Studio features more artworks for your viewing pleasure or perhaps to make a purchase.
Flowers at Lamb’s Mill InnA deck runs along the back of the inn with a view of the gardens, field and woods, and offers guests a place to sun, to read or to watch the many colorful birds that come to the bird feeders and the flower and vegetable gardens. Certain times of the day one can see flocks of wild turkeys, deer grazing in the field or an occasional moose that wanders by. A short walk from the inn takes you to the village shops, restaurants and the lake where, on a clear day, one can see Mt. Washington and the other peaks of the White Mountains, while you stroll the walkway along the lake and the village center..
For over a century Naples Village has been the summer destination of folks from Boston and New York. Today you will find tourists enjoying the varied water sports on the lake.