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Bar
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“Rated number one Beer Bar in the World by Beer Advocate, Top Beer Destination in the World by ratebeer.com, Top Beer Destination in America by Travel + Leisure and Men’s Journal. If you're a beer fan, this destination is not to be missed! Belgian beer mecca! ”
  • Recommandé par 20 habitants
Aliments
“Good breakfast, sandwiches, fresh meats and fish. Some groceries and last-minute items. Free and strong wifi connection 24 hours, in store or in parking lot.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Store
“You will forget about the ocean — as we have — once you get an opportunity to enjoy Zezar Lake; Deemed one of the “most beautiful glacier lake in the world” by National Geographic. Kezar marina offers boating and boat rentals. Great for fishing, bird watching, and swimming in its crystal-clear waters. This ten mile long glacier lake is home to duck, salmon, trout, bass, and Kezar is a major Loon nesting area. (The daily call of the loon is a beautiful calming sound.) Kezar lake is also a popular watering-hole and grazing area for moose and deer. As our guest, you will be able to gain access to the private Lovell Community beach on this beautiful lake. ”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Premise
“Ebenezer’s Pub -- A destination, must-go-to place. Rated the number one beer bar in American and the world for the last five years in a row by Beer Advocate Magazine. Featuring 35 Belgian beers on tap and over 700 well kept bottles—including their very own award-winning Black Albert. (All of their micro-brews are excellent in my opinion). Nice people, fantastic beer great food and service. We strongly suggest making a reservation at least 1 day advance. They don’t accept same-day reservations after 4pm, the day of.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Route
“Sabattus Mountain — (quick, easy & fun 1.4 miles loop) Located on a mountain in Lovell, just 1.5 mile up the road from the Inn. This trail is named after a Pequawket Indian named Sabatos, who in the 1700s killed a lynx with one shot as it was about to pounce on him. This trail provides a 1.4 mile loop to a 1253′ summit offering spectacular views of the White Mountains and Kezar Lake Region. A nice, quick scenic walk on a well-worn trail, that get a little steep as you ascend to the top. There’s a lovely bench where you can rest while enjoying the wonderful views. You may also consider bringing along lunch and a nice bottle of wine. To get to the trailhead, follow Route 5 north from the ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Point of Interest
“Founded in 1974, the Society is located in the historic 1839 Kimball-Stanford House across from the Lake Kezar Country Club. This connected farm building is on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is free, open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 9:00 to 4:00, Saturdays from 9:00 to 12:00 and by appointment.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Restaurant
“Breakfast is classic Maine! Eat at the counter while reading the NY Post which they sell!!!”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Route
“Rosie’s Lovell Village Store & Diner – for an excellent breakfast (served all day), lunch or a quick snack for a true nostalgic old-school diner experience. It is an authentic ‘vintage’ diner and convenience store, with friendly locals and great budget friendly food (delicious all American homemade pies too). All round Wonderful local experience. Don’t forget to get a six pack of beer, chips and some homemade pie to go. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Street Address
“Rosie’s Lovell Village Store & Diner – 5 minutes drive 4 miles. Rosie’s for an excellent breakfast (served all day), lunch or a quick snack for a true back-in-time. It is an authentic old-world dinner and convenience store, with very friendly locals and great budget friendly food (delicious all American homemade pies too). All round Wonderful local experience. Don’t forget to get a six pack of beer, chips and some homemade pie to go.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Natural Feature
“At the Narrows, in Lovell, you will find boat rentals and a lakeside restaurant. Nice setting.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Street Address
“Kezar Lake & Marina – 5 minutes drive, 3 miles. Kezar Lake, deemed one of the “most beautiful glacier lake in the world” by National Geographic is a short three minute drive and offers boating and boat rentals, fishing, bird watching, and swimming in its crystal-clear waters. This ten mile long glacier lake is home to duck, salmon, trout, bass, and Kezar is a major Loon nesting area. (The daily call of the loon is a beautiful calming sound.) Kezar lake is also a popular watering-hole and grazing area for moose and deer. As our guest, you will be able to gain access to the private Lovell Community beach on this beautiful lake”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Street Address
“The Wonder Store — Antiques & Collectibles – Just across the street from the Inn. Owner Pete frequent area garage sales looking for overlooked treasures. He has a keen eye for the good stuff, and his prices are always right. Stop on in and tell him Prince sent you. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Lodging
“Lovely inn and restaurant on Route 5. Good for that special night out. Great views to the mountains too. ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Home Goods Store
“The Wonder Store — Antiques & Collectibles – Just across the street from the Inn. Owner Pete frequent area garage sales looking for overlooked treasures. He has a keen eye for the good stuff, and his prices are always right. Stop on in and tell him Prince sent you. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant