The Greenville Inn was built in 1895 by William Shaw, a wealthy lumber baron. Ship's carpenters worked ten years to complete the carved embellishments and the cherry, mahogany and oak paneling found throughout the Inn.The stairway landing is graced by a spruce tree painted on a large leaded glass window. Fireplaces are ornamented with carved mantels, mosaic and English tiles. Embossed Lincrusta and gas lights adorn the walls.
Accommodations at the Inn feature individually appointed guest rooms with private baths and a king or queen size bed.
The Inn offers six cottages. The cottages have mountain views and are surrounded by meadows and woods. Each cottage has a sitting area, TV and private bath. Four of the cottages have queen size beds and two have a full and a twin size bed.
Inn, Greenville ME
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