Excellent food and
genuine hospitality have turned this inn in Fryeburg
into a landmark. - Featured in Down East Magazine
Fryeburg's only full service inn, The Oxford House Inn offers spectacular mountain views, contemporary gourmet dining, a laid back pub & superb breakfasts. Our handsome Mission Style inn is surrounded by lakes, mountains & rivers where you can enjoy sandy beaches, hiking, canoing, skiing, cycling, & fishing. Live musical performances at Stone Mountain Arts Center attract guests from around the country, as does the nearby National Forests. Antique & outlet shopping are minutes away, and Fryeburg Academy is just down the street!
When its time to relax, guests can enjoy a glass of wine outside on our Adirondack chairs facing the mountains, read or nap in our secret hammock, toast marshmallows around our outdoor fire pit, people-watch on Main Street from the screened in front porch or play a game or watch a movie from our collection downstairs in our comfy leather club chairs.
The Oxford House Inn Your New England Summer Getaway Destination...
Each of our four newly updated king or queen guest rooms offer private baths, TV/DVD, A/C & Wi-Fi.
A delicious cooked to
order breakfast is
Experience warm New England hospitality and personal service from the hands-on Culinary Insitiute of America graduate chef/owner Jonathan Spak and his wife, Natalie.
Both our restaurant and inn are open
to the public year round.
Reservations are suggested and appreciated.
Culinary Institute of America graduate Chef/Owner Jonathan Spak crafts his seasonally changing menus to showcase the best that local farms have to offer, including fresh Maine seafood, local grain fed beef and fruits & vegetables grown just steps from the kitchen door. While overall his style is considered contemporary American cuisine, influences and techniques from Asia, Southwestern United States and France are often incorporated.
Choose your favorite table from one of four unique dining rooms, including the Fox's parlor with fireplace, handsome original dining room, glassed in back porch overlooking the intervale to the White Mountains or the lively screened front porch with views to town.
Both our restaurant and inn have
been certified as "Environmental
Leaders" by the State of Maine
DIRECTIONS: From I-95 north, take the Spaulding Turnpike north to Route 16. Follow Route 16 north into Conway. Continue on Route 113 east, then onto Route 302 east. The inn is on the left, 1 mile after the Maine state line. From I-93 south, take Route 112 east to Conway: Follow above directions.
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