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The Parris House, c. 1818 - Guest Room 4

Private room in farm stay
hosted by Beth
1 guest1 bedroom1 bed2.5 shared baths
Private room in farm stay hosted by Beth
1 guest1 bedroom1 bed2.5 shared baths
Beth is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
Welcome to the Historic Parris House, c.1818 in the National Historic District of Paris Hill, Maine! Feel free to help us with the hens, bees, & garden or learn about fiber art, rug hooking, needle felting, wool dyeing, soap making, ceramics, canning & preserving, and more. Or, just relax and enjoy the area which includes hiking, brew pubs, shopping, eateries, arts events, skiing, & 4-season recreation. Your visit can be tailored to you. Light breakfast included, other meals on request.

The space
Each guest room at the Parris House is unique and named for an individual who lived here in the 19th century. We can give you the history on request. Our rooms are designed to accommodate either a single guest or a couple.

Guests have access to the entire house with the exception of the hosts' quarter/work studio over the garage and the garage. Access to the barn is with hosts only. Guest access includes the fiber art studio on the first floor. If you are here on a Tuesday, you may join us for our Tuesday rug hooking group as well.There are two shared baths upstairs and one half bath downstairs. One upstairs bath has a washer/dryer you are welcome to use.

Guests are also welcome to participate in our gardening, beekeeping, and chicken keeping activities on site and may request classes/tutorials in the variety of fiber arts/making/homesteading activities we do here.
Welcome to the Historic Parris House, c.1818 in the National Historic District of Paris Hill, Maine! Feel free to help u…
Welcome to the Historic Parris House, c.1818 in the National Historic District of Paris Hill, Maine! Feel free to help us with the hens, bees, & garden or learn about fiber art, rug hooking, needle felting, wool dyeing, soap making, ceramics, canning & preserving, and more. Or, just relax and enjoy the area which includes hiking, brew pubs, shopping, eateries, arts events, skiing, & 4-season recreation. Your visit can be tailored to you. Light breakfast included, other meals on request.

The space
Each guest room at the Parris House is unique and named for an individual who lived here in the 19th century. We can give you the history on request. Our rooms are designed to accommodate either a single guest or a couple.

Guests have access to the entire house with the exception of the hosts' quarter/work studio over the garage and the garage. Access to the barn is with hosts only. Guest access includes the fiber art studio on the first floor. If you are here on a Tuesday, you may join us for our Tuesday rug hooking group as well.There are two shared baths upstairs and one half bath downstairs. One upstairs bath has a washer/dryer you are welcome to use.

Guests are also welcome to participate in our gardening, beekeeping, and chicken keeping activities on site and may request classes/tutorials in the variety of fiber arts/making/homesteading activities we do here.
Welcome to the Historic Parris House, c.1818 in the National Historic District of Paris Hill, Maine! Feel free to help us with the hens, bees, & garden or learn about fiber art, rug hooking, needle felting, woo…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 single bed

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Breakfast
Iron
Heating
Indoor fireplace
TV
Hangers
Dryer

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Paris, Maine, United States

The National Historic District of Paris Hill is a beautiful, 19th century village atop a small mountain in Western Maine. Within the village we have a 9 hole golf course, the Paris Hill Country Club, the Hamlin Memorial Library & Museum, the Paris Hill Historical Society, and the First Baptist Church of Paris. A historic walking tour is available.

We also have many nearby walking and hiking trails, including the Cornwall Preserve within walking distance of the Parris House and the Roberts Farm Preserve in neighboring Norway. There are many mountain trails within a 30 to 60 minute drive.

We are within an hour's drive to many ski mountains including the world class Sunday River Ski Resort. Other mountains nearby include Mount Abram, Shawnee Peak, Lost Valley, and Black Mountain. There are also XC ski trails at Carter's Cross Country Ski, Roberts Farm, and Oxbow Brewing.

There are quite a few great restaurants and brew pubs including Norway Brewing Company, 76 Pleasant Street, Cafe Nomad, Oxbow Brewing, 290 Main, Riverside Lodge & Sauna, X-Vault, Maurice's, Luchador Tacos, and more.

Nearby Norway Lake is wonderful for on-water recreation as is the Little Androscoggin River, accessible at One Paris Hill, a municipal park just 2 miles from the Parris House.

The Parris House is only about an hour from Portland, Maine, an hour from the White Mountains/North Conway, NH, and less than an hour from the Sebago Lakes region.
The National Historic District of Paris Hill is a beautiful, 19th century village atop a small mountain in Western Maine. Within the village we have a 9 hole golf course, the Paris Hill Country Club, the Hamlin…

Hosted by Beth

Joined in August 2016
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  • 84 Reviews
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  • Superhost
I am a fiber artist, writer, small business owner, gardener, chicken keeper, beekeeper, Registered Maine Guide, and mother of four grown sons. I grew up summering on Little Sebago Lake one cove over from Sunset Haven and it is a place near and dear to me. I hope you will find your stay there, or at our historic home, the Parris House, peaceful and rejuvenating.
I am a fiber artist, writer, small business owner, gardener, chicken keeper, beekeeper, Registered Maine Guide, and mother of four grown sons. I grew up summering on Little Sebago…
During your stay
This is our home, so we will be sharing it with you and other guests. Unless we are doing a class or demonstration together, there is no obligation to interact with us or stay on site! Many may simply choose to use the Parris House as a base from which to explore the considerable recreational opportunities in the area.
This is our home, so we will be sharing it with you and other guests. Unless we are doing a class or demonstration together, there is no obligation to interact with us or stay on s…
Beth is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
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House rules
Check-in: After 1:00 PM
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events