Our Town

The town of Kingfield has much to offer for food, lodging and all your basic needs.  We also have several unique shops and galleries in our cozy and hospitable down town.  


Maine Huts and Trails

Mountain Village Farm B&B

The Inn on Winter's Hill

Herbert Grand Hotel

Three Stanley Avenue B&B

Deer Farm Camps and Campground



Rolling Fatties


The Inn on Winter's Hill

The Woodsman's Restaurant

The Orange Cat Cafe

Take out:

Anni's Market

Tranten's Too

Rolling Fatties

Other Conveniences:

Sillanpaa's Outfitters--sporting good store, fishing and hunting licenses available here, located at 396 Main Street

Western Maine Pharmacy

Tranten's Grocery Store 

Mozel and Neil's Laundromat--Located right next to Tranten's Supermarket on Main St.

The Coutnry Mutt Pet Store and Groomer

Kingfield Town Park--Located behind the Stanley Museum on School Street, the town park has a playground, basketball court, sheltered picnic table, a large field, and wooded trail.  Plenty of parking too!


Not to miss artisans, galleries and boutiques

Scentsations--gift shop specializing in bath and body products but also with a nice collection of books, fine clothes, accessories and home accents 

Red Barn Upcycled Market--Located in the Herbert Grand Hotel, self-pronounced "junker" Barbara Wienek creates works of art, home decor, and furnishings from recycled materials.  The Red Barn Upcycled market also sells some antiques.

Twisted Creations Furniture-- Artisan John Brown crafts one of a kind furniture from wood and vines.  

The Schoolhouse Gallery  Features the fine art and stunning nature photography of John and Cynthia Orcott 

The Stadler Gallery for Contemporary Art   A gallery dedicated to providing exhibit space to contemporary artists from throughout the region

High Peaks Artisan Guild Gallery and Antiques  Original paintings, prints, photographs, jewelry, pottery, quilts, fiber art, yarn and more

Stanley Museum Commemorates the innovation and genius of the Stanley family, includes original Stanley Steamer cars and rural turn of the century photography by Chansonetta Stanley