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Have you stayed at our bed and breakfast? If so please tell us about your stay, we would love to hear from you. Thanks. Your Hosts, Barbara & Sandy Miller.

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Lynda Cook - Maine "I would highly recommend the Rangeley Lakes Bed and Breakfast"
My husband Mac and I went to Rangeley for the Gregg Allman concert and stayed at the Bed and Breakfast. The room was very nice and the bed was comfortable. Sandy was exceptionally nice and made us feel like we were at home. He also fed us really well in the morning. If you are looking for a place to stay in Rangeley, I would highly recommend the Rangeley Lakes Bed and Breakfast, the rates are very reasonable too!
Theresa Rose - Oviedo, FL "I can't wait to come back!"
My mother and I stayed at Rangeley Lakes B&B last August - this was my second stay and her first. It was just as wonderful the second time around as it was the first time. Sandy was very warm and welcoming to us. Provided us with an awesome breakfast and updated us on the comings and goings around town. I am so thankful for having found this little place a few years ago.....I can't wait to come back!
Janice Pomerleau - North Berwick, ME "This was a gem of a find"
This was a gem of a find. I wanted to find a nice place for the family to stay and celebrate my birthday. Sandy was the most kind and gentle host there is. His place is clean and was always a warm and friendly place to come home to. He made sure everyone felt welcome. The fire was always going. The breakfast was amazing. He is a fantastic host We are honored to call him "friend". You wont regret staying there. Best price around!!
Peggy Karawski - Weare, NH "Sandy made us feel like old friends"
My husband and I could not have felt more welcomed and comfortable, and conversation was not missing. Sandy made us feel like old friends, room was super comfortable as was the rest of the house..and spotless! as others have said, his breakfast was filling and delicious..` we love going up to this area and doing overnighters when possible..we will be staying there again..absolutely without queston..don't hesitate!
Leann Diehl - Maine "Having stayed in many B&Bs, I would rate Rangeley Lake B&B as one of the best"
Having stayed in many B&Bs, I would rate Rangeley Lake B&B as one of the best. Sandy is a warm and attentive host (and cooks a GREAT breakfast that fills you up). The home is exactly what I want in a B&B - spotless & fresh, crisp linens, colorful comforters, tastefully decorated rooms, cozy beds, deep sofas to sink into. This one also has the bonus of a deck with a soothing view of flower garden and Rangeley Lake. It has those extra touches too, like hand-painted murals and rocking chairs on the front porch. And all this, including the big breakfast, for a very reasonable price. I would highly recommend Rangeley Lake B&B and look forward to staying there again. Thanks Sandy for a wonderful experience!
The Expeditioners, Roberto, Bella and Wang Tsu "The owner, Sandy, is dedicated to his clients and will always make sure one doesn't lack of anything"
Rangeley lakes B&B is a beautiful place to rest and enjoy great meals before or after several days on the AT. The owner, Sandy, is dedicated to his clients and will always make sure one doesn't lack of anything! Spectacular blueberry pancakes, and french toast! Thank you again for your great hospitality :)
Vern & Fran Deprey "He made us feel at home and comfortable"
We just came back from a two night stay at Rangeley Lakes Bed and Breakfast and we had a wonderful time. Sandy is a gracious host and a very good cook. He made us feel at home and comfortable. We will definately go back. Thanks again Sandy!!
Camille & Emilie (Montréal, Canada) and (Paris, France) "we had an incredible red burning sunset and quiet swim in the lake"
Emilie (Montréal, Canada) and I (Paris, France) had a really good time at Sandy's place. Rangeley Lakes was the last stop of our road trip from Québec through New-Hampshire and Maine. I will remember it for a while for two reasons: The first one is Irène, the hurricane was very close: as the evening of our arrival, we had an incredible red burning sunset and quiet swim in the lake face to the house, the day after rain and wind were there early in the morning. The second one, is of course Sandy's breakfast and especially French Toasts which encouraged us to continue the road despite the bad weather. THANKS SO MUCH SANDY FOR BEEING PART OF OUR ROAD TRIP! Best
Alan Naber - New Hampshire "We spent an enjoyable 6 nights at Rangeley Lakes B&B"
We spent an enjoyable 6 nights at Rangeley Lakes B&B. Each day was spent hiking, and the delicious breakfasts kept us going until lunch. Very nicely appointed room, and Sandy is a fine host as well. We felt very welcome, and will stay here again when traveling in the area. The stay was a great value as well.
Trish and Scott White - Ohio "This was our first stay in a bed and breakfast, it did not disappoint"
This was our first stay in a bed and breakfast, it did not disappoint. Sandy was an exceptional host with a mountain of knowledge of the area and personal experiences. Staying at the bed and breakfast was like staying with a friend. The breakfast that Sandy cooked was amazing. We will definitely return!!!!
Robert Goldman - Maine "It truly is a cozy, comfortable and clean B & B"
The Rangeley Lakes B & B is a wonderful place to stay. I just returned from an enjoyable and special six day vacation in Rangeley, skiing at the spectacular Saddleback ski resort and snowshoeing in some of the magical conservation areas around the lake. It truly is a cozy, comfortable and clean B & B. Sandy is a great host and always made feel welcome and at home. He makes great breakfasts every morning. Try the blueberry pancakes made from scratch! I love Rangeley and I highly recommend this wonderful B & B. I'll be back again soon!
Kerry and Maria Merrill - Maine "What a great weekend getaway"
What a great weekend getaway! My wife and I really enjoyed our stay. We cannot say enough about Sandy and Barb. Great hosts and a great breakfast, bring your appetite. It was like staying with family. Beds were very comfortable. The stove in the parlor was very nice as we had snowmobiled 85 miles in a storm to get there. Had a great supper next door at Park Side, {Prime rib} Yum.
Theresa Rose - Florida "What an amazing little place to stay! One of the best B&B’s I’ve been to in a long time"
What an amazing little place to stay! One of the best B&B’s I’ve been to in a long time. Beautiful decorated, comfy beds and located on the beautiful lake. But, the best thing about Rangeley Lakes B&B is waking up to the aromas of Sandy’s homemade breakfast! He’s not kidding when he said he makes the best homemade blueberry pancakes. And of course the rest of the breakfast was very satisfying too…..My father and I could not have asked for a better host! Sandy was very accommodating and provided us with information on what was going on locally and nearby. We will definitely be coming back and highly recommend everyone else to visit as well…Thank you Sandy for your lovely hospitality, good conversations and great place to rest our weary heads!
Jason & Tonya McKenna - Pennsylvania "The B&B is right on the lake, which was perfect for us"
This was our first stay at a bed and breakfast. The B&B was amazing. Beautifully decorated and the rooms were a good size. The bed was super comfortable. It was so nice waking up to Sandy making breakfast for us. Homemade blueberry pancakes, sausage, bacon, YUM! Sandy is a WONDERFUL host. We spent about an hour one day sitting on the front porch talking and waving at everyone that walked/drove by. The B&B is right on the lake, which was perfect for us. Section 8 of the NFCT begins behind the B&B. Thank you Sandy for allowing us to stay at your B&B. We look forward to staying with you again in the near future.
Jennifer B. - Florida "The food is delicious and served right on the patio overlooking the lake"
This place is absolutely wonderful. My fiance and I felt very comfortable and right at home. The Bed and Breakfast is beautiful, very clean, and comfortable. The food is delicious and served right on the patio overlooking the lake. The best part is Sandy himself. He is extremely friendly and will ensure a relaxing stay. I cannot wait to visit again. :-) Thanks for the wonderful service Sandy.
Janet W. - Rhode Island "Accommodations: "Wonderful!!! The B & B is clean, roomy, and beautifully decorated"
Accommodations: Wonderful!!! The B & B is clean, roomy, and beautifully decorated. The bed and pillows are exceptionally comfortable. The rooms are bright and airy. Hospitality: Sandy is a great host. He'll answer all your questions, gives great directions, good tips for dining and routes scenic rides. Food: Delicious breakfasts-great to wake up to the smell of bacon. Best Part: The house and the host are casual. The back deck has comfortable furniture and beautiful sunsets. The front porch rocking chairs are perfect.. Will definitely come back.
Travelin Maine(rs) George and Linda Smith January 12, 2012 - Rangeley’s a Year-Round Recreation Destination "a comfortable, welcoming stay in a very hospitable atmosphere"

Reprinted From the Kennebec Journal and Waterville Morning Sentinel

Rangeley is well-known for its outstand recreational opportunities, but did you know about the community’s fabulous inns, restaurants, and shops? Even though we central Mainers can reach the town in about an hour, we tend toward I-95 and longer trips north and south, even for an evening’s dinner. Turn that vehicle west and you will find a warm and welcoming community offering everything that gives Maine bragging rights for its quality of life.

Linda Smith

Are you looking for a great place to stay in the Rangeley Lakes area? You really must try the Rangeley Lakes Bed and Breakfast if you want to experience a comfortable, welcoming stay in a very hospitable atmosphere. Owners Sandy and Barbara Miller have done a great job renovating this house conveniently located right on Main Street. Four affordable rooms are available with a variety of sleeping accommodations - a room with two twins, one with two queens, and the other two with one queen bed. The rooms share a common bathroom, and reminded us of accommodations in Europe.

The kitchen is beautifully decorated with stunning cherry cabinets and hutch, marble countertops, and detailed backsplash and ceiling. Any other guests will soon become friends as you enjoy one of Sandy’s home-cooked breakfasts. Starting with a pot of “help yourself” coffee, you’ll soon feel like you’ve visited here many times before. Then choose from pancakes, waffles, or eggs, each served with freshly prepared fruit and home style servings of bacon, sausage and home fries. Believe me, you won’t be hungry again for quite a while! Rangeley’s Main Street has lots of interesting shops and eateries. One of my favorite shops was The Farmer’s Daughter. The range of delicious looking produce was impressive. From avocados to zucchini, it’s all there, including specialty items for that special recipe. If I lived closer I’d do a lot of shopping here. Be sure to visit Ecopelagican too. You can borrow free skates to enjoy the community’s outdoor rink right in back of the store. We noticed several families doing just that. Inside you can find supplies for camping, hiking, birding, snowshoeing and more. I spent a while admiring all the special bird feeders they carried and knew I had just the spot for the small tube feeder I bought.

On one of our fall leaf peeping rides years ago we stopped in at Parkside and Main for a bowl of terrific French Onion Soup, and I’ve never forgotten how wonderful that soup was. George and I shared a bowl on our latest visit, and it’s as good as I remembered.

I had the grilled Portobello sandwich that includes roasted red peppers, pesto, and Swiss cheese. Served on a sizable roll (handmade from The Bread Chef and obtained through North Center), this is a great sandwich. I substituted sweet potato fries for the chips, and was so glad I did. I’ve been searching for the perfect sweet potato fry and believe I have now found it. These fries are thinly sliced, topped with coarse salt and perfectly crispy. Heavenly. We’ve eaten here several times since our first visit and always had a great meal. This is a wonderful family restaurant, with a pleasing décor and big picture windows looking out across the park and onto Rangeley Lake, a gorgeous view in all seasons.

They serve breakfast on the weekends and have a separate dinner menu, which includes the appetizers and burgers from the lunch menu. Some of their entrees and specials sounded pretty amazing.

George Smith

We discovered you can enjoy a great 24-hour vacation without ranging more than 2 miles from Rangeley’s busy business district.

Sandy Miller’s Dad was responsible for Sunday breakfasts when Sandy was growing up in Mexico, Maine, and we’re so glad about that, because he taught Sandy to cook. While the rooms and hospitality are first-rate (with the lowest prices in the area), I’d visit Rangeley Lakes B&B just for the breakfasts! I also like B&Bs because you often meet interesting people there. At Sandy’s we met and visited with Serge Liros, whose Blue Hill art gallery is well-known. Serge was in Rangeley to ski at Saddleback. And if you like to hunt or fish, Sandy’s got photos and stories that will entertain you late into the night. That’s also one reason I’ve eaten a lot of meals at Parkside and Main, next door to Sandy’s B&B. Co-owner Kash Haley is a fishing guide when he’s not working at his excellent restaurant, and is happy to exit the kitchen to share fishing tips and stories. And any place that offers Allagash Black – one of my favorite brews – has to be first rate!

My eye was naturally drawn to “The Rapid River,” menu selection, seeing as how the Rapid is a favorite fishing destination. This was one of the best steak and cheese sandwiches I’ve ever had – and I’ve had many. While the burgers are superb here, so too is the fish – including a fish and chips entrée with fresh haddock. And shame on you if you miss the breads, soups, chowders, and pies made by Kash’s 80-year-old grandmother, who once cooked at Grants Camps.

My favorite Main Street business is the aptly named Books, Lines and Thinkers with its great selection of books and art by local artists. A lot of Rangeley’s businesses offer impressive play spaces (and merchandise) for children, including Nancy’s. Those moose caps are adorable! You can ride into Rangeley’s business district on snowmobiles and ATVs, and many arrive by bike (including Canadians) or canoe (traveling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail), or even on foot, taking a day off from hiking the nearby Appalachian Trail.

Rangeley has great downhill and cross-country skiing, and an amazing new bowling alley/lounge/restaurant/arcade – perfect to keep the kids entertained. We also attended the grand opening at Camp Do What You Wanna where you can rent snowmobiles and ATVs – and buy very tasty baked goods and sandwiches for the trail!

If You Go

Chamber of Commerce, www.rangeleymaine.com, 207-864-5364

Parkside and Main, 207-864-3774

www.rangeleylakesbb.com, 207-864-9944

www.ecopelagicon.com, 207-864-2771

www.thefarmersdaughteronline.com, 207-864-2733

www.campdowhatyouwanna.com, 207-864-3000

Rangeley Lakes Trails Center, www.xcskirangeley.com, 207-864-4309