The Inn at Cornish
A New England Bed & Breakfast
The cornerstone of Cornish Village, the Cornish Inn has been providing comfortable lodging to the weekend explorer, outdoor adventurer and family traveler since 1824. Where the Saco and Great Ossipee River converge, in the foot hills of the White Mountains, and 30 miles from the southern Maine Coast, we are surrounded by natural beauty and 4 season outdoor activity.
Rick and Lori Rowland purchased The Inn in November, 2017. They have been working tirelessly on renovations and updates throughout the winter of 2018. After every long day, however, they take a moment to appreciate the day’s “Les Petites Victoires” – The Little Victories – that move them one step closer to realizing their vision of a quaint, cozy, high end Inn with a welcoming atmosphere to make their guests feel at home. It is this passion and pride in their work that drives the quality behind everything they do. From the furnishings, to the menu, to a complete energy efficient overhaul of the heating system, they share regular updates of their victories on Twitter and Facebook.
Cornish is a quaint Maine village and is home to many antique shops, gift shops, art galleries, restaurants, agritainment farms,cycling, boating, fishing, snow-mobiling and more. The surrounding community is also home to breweries, maple syrup shacks, ski mountains, gift shops, arts center and much more. Sebago Lake is just 14 miles away where you can launch or rent your boat or kayak. You can easily spend a few hours or a few days exploring the town and surrounding communities.
We offer 18 unique rooms, each with their own style and sense of quintessential New England charm. Each room is beautifully decorated and feature new MyPillows and gel foam mattress toppers. Suites include an in-room mini-fridge, as well as accommodations for families and groups up to 4. Every room includes its own bathroom, some suites include a bathing tub.
Wake to a warm country breakfast and allow us to pack a lunch for your outdoor adventure. Then return and relax on our porch or by the fireplaces in winter.