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This past weekend was our first snowmobiling trip to Maine and we decided to stay at Pittston Farm based on feedback we'd seen on Facebook. We weren't familiar with this part of Maine and found we could have cut 1.5 hours off our 5.5 hour...More
What an awesome spot. I'm a foody overlander from VT where I'm used to great farm-table dining and, to be honest, I didn't expect much from this remote establishment that caters mainly to hunters and snowmobilers. We were camping out of our expensive overland vehicles...More
As a part-time resident of the north woods of Maine, I frequent Pittston Farms on a regular basis to grab a bite to eat while snowmobiling and hunting. I have always found the previous owners through the years very accommodating especially when assistance is needed...More
Response from PittstonFarm, Owner at Historic Pittston FarmResponded 4 November 2016
I usually do not reply to peoples reviews on here. Whereas I feel everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, seriously???? To start with, we ALWAYS make accommodations for our guests to do their laundry and we do it for them at no cost. But...More
For guests that want to breath in great fresh air, be covered with a blanket of stars and take in Maine wildlife such as moose, bears, deer this is your spot. We stayed in the motel behind the main lodge, room 5. It has cable...More
There's a story here: I booked 2 nights at the Seeboomook Wilderness Campground and since we were traveling via motorcycle, I took the precaution of calling a few folks in the area to check the condition of the roads. "Rough and dusty, dusty and rough"...More