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|548 MAIN STREET (Rt. 302)
FRYEBURG, ME 04037
TACO TRIO WEDNESDAYS & Easter Dinner,
Our Current Featured Local Artist is Meghan Moody.
Her paintings will be on display through April in JONATHAN'S.
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The Oxford House Inn, a Western Maine Bed and Breakfast and Country Inn, offers visitors to the Mt. Washington Valley and Maine’s Western Lakes Region four beautifully appointed guest rooms, a fifty seat gourmet restaurant, and JONATHAN’S, a granite-walled pub. Built in 1913 by renowned architect John Calvin Stevens, the stately Mission style architecture, stunning sunset mountain views, exceptional food and warm New England hospitality have established The Oxford House Inn as a dining and lodging destination.
Down Easts' Raves about Chef Jonathan's creative fare..
"No matter where you stay, dinner should be back at The Oxford House Inn where chef-owner Jonathan Spak has earned a well-deserved reputation for inventive dishes like the slow cooked bison short rib and the roasted tofu and Shandong noodle stir-fry."
Down East Magazine, October 2008
Our menu showcases local and organic produce when available, fresh meats and seafood, and spectacular homemade desserts. Meals are served in the handsome dining rooms or on the enclosed back porch where there is a great view of the sun setting behind the White Mountains.
JUNE - OCTOBER 27nd: Restaurant & Jonathan's Bistro Serving Dinner Nightly from 5:30-9pm
OCTOBER 28rd - MAY: Dinner Served Tuesday - Sunday, 5:30-9pm, Closed Mondays
Jonathan's, our casual bistro & bar, opens at 5pm for drinks
Reservations highly recommended!
207-935-3442 / 800-261-7206
We were named
“Best In-Town Inn”
in Maine, Yankee Magazine’s
“Best of New England” edition, 2011
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Centrally located in the heart of Fryeburg, ME just steps from Fryeburg Academy and near North Conway, NH, the inn offers guests a variety of activities including swimming, canoeing, hiking in the White Mountain National Forest, skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, rock & ice climbing, mountain biking, antiquing and outlet shopping.
When it’s time to relax, guests may enjoy a glass of wine outside on our Adirondack chairs taking in spectacular mountain views, toast marshmallows around our outdoor fire pit, people-watch on Main Street from the screened in front porch or play a game or watch a movie from our collection downstairs in our comfy leather club chairs. Looking for a great morning jog? The newly opened Mountain Division Rail Trail is steps from our door, or meander down the farm road through the fields behind us to the Saco River where a sandy beach awaits. Wind your way through the quaint village streets, where you'll find houses reminiscent of a bygone era, instead of large chain hotels.
(207) 935-3442 or (800) 261-7206