Historic Dover-Foxcroft factory hostel and café set to reopen after pandemic closes

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine – When the historic buildings of Dover-Foxcroft’s Mayo Wool Mill transformed into a mixed-use complex with a boutique, inn, cafe, residences and offices in 2015, the town acquired a major attraction.

“It was the jewel in the crown, and everyone was thrilled that it prospered,” said Brenda Schultz, who lives in the city and owns five Airbnb properties there. “We’ve had such a depressed economy here for a long time. And here is something very beautiful.

While the renovated complex overlooking the Piscataquis River, known as The Mill, kept the apartments and offices in operation, the Inn and Cafe closed in 2020 due to labor and labor shortages. COVID-19 challenges.

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