Explore the Lakeview Inn

The Lakeview Inn was originally a boarding house for young women who worked at nearby resorts. It was converted to a bed and breakfast in the 1980s to provide Naples ME Lodging to visitors. The previous owners renovated the property and reopened it in July of 2014 as a seasonal inn. In 2020, new owners Anthony and Leila Rodriguez purchased the inn. The Inn opened this January as a year-round bed and breakfast, with the goal of sharing the area’s beauty all year with visitors. Explore the inn, then book today to begin your getaway!

The Great Room & Dining

Relax in our great room with the original huge stone fireplace or on our expansive covered porch overlooking the activities on Long Lake and the beautiful causeway. At the end of your busy day enjoy an evening snack and play a game of pool. In the dining room guests are welcome to eat together at larger tables or enjoy the privacy of their own table or even enjoy dining on the porch!

Guest Convenience Center

The Guest Convenience Center, located on the third floor. Features include a small sitting area, microwave, guest refrigerator, cold water, plates and utensils.

The Library

The Inn also boasts a library with sitting area and views of the lake.

Outdoor Spaces to Enjoy

Outdoors, read a book in the hammock. Play a game of Corn Hole, sip a cool beverage in the gazebo, or sit on the expansive covered porch overlooking the activities of Long Lake and the beautiful causeway. Our manicured lawns and gardens also make a lovely venue for group gatherings and small weddings.

Meet the Innkeepers

Owning their own inn was a 35 year old dream that was finally made reality. Leila grew up in Hawaii and Anthony grew up in California. They moved to Maine eager for a change from their corporate careers in banking and education, to tourism and hospitality. The new Mainers are hoping to infuse classic New England hospitality with a taste of their Hawaiian and Puerto Rican backgrounds, from ukulele concerts to weekend barbecues. Their goal is for the inn to become a gathering spot for visitors to the area and to the community as well.