Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bethel’s best restaurants

Victoria Inn, Bethel
Bethel is a classic New England town, while the less developed Rangeley Lakes Bethel has the largest concentration of inns and B7Bs, and its chamber of commerce has a lodging reservation service.

L’Auberge built as a barn in the late 1850s, L’Auberge has evolved into a casual inn with a French country accent and one of the area’s best restaurants. The inn is on 5 private acres off the Bethel Common. The innkeepers warmly welcome both children and pets.

Victoria Inn. Inside this turreted inn, Victorian details include ceiling rosettes, stained glass windows, elaborate fireplace mantels and gleaming oak trim. The restaurant open to the public for dinner serves entrees such as lobster ravioli and filet mignon.

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