Who We Are
On June 27th, 2022, our Pub and Lodge will have been open for 16 years! It has been a wild success so far! Please come and enjoy yourself in our cozy, family friendly place on Lake Hebron. We have fun, outdoor seating as well as an intimate bar and dining area just steps from the lake.
In December 2005, Rebekah Anderson purchased the building and set forth pretty quickly to renovate the large lakefront section to create the “Pub” of today. This still left 3 lodging rooms upstairs, all of which are available to rent either individually or as a whole unit. In October 2012, the tiny commercial kitchen was expanded to accommodate the huge increase in business. The public laundromat was ultimately removed from the street side of the house in January 2013, and the space was redesigned into a lovely dining room with six more tables. In the winter of 2019, after calamity struck when a pipe burst in the bar area, the downstairs got a huge renovation including a new pub ceiling and floor.
In the summer months, we boast amazing outdoor dining just steps from the 638 acre lake. Our full service bar features bottled and draught beer with white and red wine selection as well as a great selection of spirits, coffee, and teas! Our reasonably-priced eclectic menu is largely homemade and will have something pleasing for everyone (including vegetarian and gluten-free options)! We have a children’s menu and homemade specials/desserts. Special dietary issues are no problem – we actually enjoy getting creative with any limitations you may have. We try to source food locally as much as possible with plans to do much more in this area in the coming years.
Sold in late February 2021, The Lakeshore House is owned and operated by newlywed couple and long-time friends Nicholas Fusco and Erin Miller along with the help of several loyal, local and wonderful staff. There is a unique feeling of being at home upon walking through the doors. You will be treated like a friend within moments of your arrival.
The Lakeshore House is ideal for summer and winter recreation. Situated just three miles south of the Appalachian Trail, this small town is a great stop for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts alike who are looking to rest, get their mail drop, resupply, do laundry, eat a home-cooked meal, and relax. We aspire to meet the needs of all types of groups including those with children and even well-behaved dogs. We have many books, games, puzzles, toys, a canoe, and swimming areas. There is also boating, fishing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, white water rafting and hunting close by. If you’re a group of hunters, snowmobilers, ice fishermen, cross country skiers, dog sled enthusiasts or folks simply looking to enjoy the many seasons and attractions of Maine then look no further. We are just 15 minutes from Moosehead Lake and just over an hour from the Bangor Airport and bus stations.