Beautifully appointed, meticulously maintained and set in stunning locations, each of our guest houses is a destination unto itself.
Spend the day hiking, biking, skiing or bird-watching on miles of groomed trails or explore our picturesque Maine farms. Enjoy our one-acre perennial garden with a picnic of fresh cheese, berries and other products straight from the farm, or cast a line into our stocked trout pond.
In addition to the numerous activities available on the farm, we’re just 20 minutes from Freeport and Lewiston/Auburn, and 30 minutes from Portland and the Lakes Region.
Whether you’re treating your hard-working staff to a week away from it all, planning a destination wedding or other special occasion, or looking for a place to relax with your loved ones, our guest houses can accommodate groups of two to more than 20, and each has something special to offer.
For more information on planning a wedding or corporate functions at Pineland Farms, click here.
You can also Inquire online about your wedding, or corporate event, or contact Cheryl Jalbert, Conference and Accommodations Coordinator with any guest house questions you might have at email@example.com and (207) 688-4800 x11.
Situated at the end of a long dirt road, Collyer Brook Farm offers the ultimate in privacy just two miles from the Pineland Farms campus. Elegant, yet comfortably furnished with a mix of new and old, Collyer Brook Farm offers sunset views of rolling hills, grazing sheep, and our beautiful restored red barn. read more >
Located close to the Pineland Farms campus, Denekas House is perfect for both bridal parties and business professionals attending functions at our banquet and conference facilities. A stylish and comfortable 21st century house built on the two-foot thick walls of a 19th century stone foundation, the Denekas house overlooks our farm, campus and garden. read more >
A beautiful combination of old and new, the Noyce house features the original kitchen fireplace, antique pumpkin pine floors, and exposed wood beams as well as a classic New England stone wall and tall oaks. A modern addition with added living and sleeping space makes the Noyce house perfect for large groups. read more >
Constructed in 2001 to be an exact exterior replica of the original mid-1800's farmstead, Merrill Farmhouse includes beds for 21 guests, an open kitchen/dining room, and a wrap-around porch as well as a sauna, recreation room and massive see-through fireplace. The attached rustic barn may be used for dinner and dancing, making it the ideal location for special occasions, family parties or business retreats in a picturesque rural setting. read more >
This cozy and cheerful cape-style house surrounded by ancient oaks on a quiet dirt road boasts a sparkling outdoor swimming pool. Nearby barns, stone walls and pastures create the perfect rural setting for a relaxing stay with friends and family. read more >