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Come in and explore our historic and charming guest house & restaurant nestled in the in heart of Maine's "Most Beautiful Mountain Village." We are just steps away from big mountain recreation, great shopping and some of the finest minerals and gems in the world!

There is so much to see inside and out of The Elizabeth - the town's most sophisticated example of Queen Anne Architecture. You could spend the entire day exploring this home built for a prominent Maine businessman, senator and county commissioner. Read more history HERE.

To you get your day off to the right start, breakfast is included with your room. Your fun and history-filled adventure awaits. Book Today!

Our Rooms

Every room at The Elizabeth is unique featuring architectural and period details like bay windows, stained glass, art and antiques.

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Continental Breakfast Included!

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John. M. Philbrook

The Philbrook Farm in 1910

Our History

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In 1895 a successful businessman named John. M. Philbrook commissioned a local builder named Gilber Tuell to construct this lovely home for the sum of "around $8,000."

The Details

Considered the "most sophisticated" example of Queen Anne Architecture in the Village of Bethel, Maine, The Elizabeth is a time capsule of fine craftmanship and attention to detail. Take tours of the outside and in below:

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