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Guest room view sees big change

04/06/2014
Crews worked all day to remove this ancient elm tree just down the street from the NickMoore Hotel. The trunk measures more than 12 feet in diameter.

Crews worked all day to remove this ancient elm tree just down the street from the NickMoore Hotel. The trunk measures more than 12 feet in diameter.

The guest room view at the NickMoore Hotel has improved dramatically after a tree removal project last week.

The guest room view at the NickMoore Hotel has improved dramatically after a tree removal project last week.

 

If you’re booking a night at the NickMoore Hotel this spring be prepared for an improved scenic view from the guest room.

A neighbor decided it was time for an ancient elm to come down last week. Now visitors will get unrestricted views of the beautiful pine valley cut by the Kenduskeg Stream.

No, that’s not a round barn in the distance, it’s the very modern Bangor High School auditorium. And those radio towers, now easily visible in the morning sun? They  belong to none other than famed author Stephen King and his WKIT radio station – Maine’s only locally owned, independent radio station.

The NickMoore Hotel still has a few openings this spring. We’re featuring guided bike tours in Acadia National Park, home cooked lobster dinners, lighthouse visits and antique store shopping adventures.

Book now!

 

 

 

 

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One Comment
  1. Ferr permalink

    The NickMoore sounds like a top-notch operation that just got even better! It’s alway a little sad to see a majestic old tree get reduced to firewood, but the resulting view is “Ferr-iffic” (sorry, couldn’t resist).

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