DownEast and Acadia - ME – Inns-Bed n’ Breakfasts – Cabins – Cottages

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    We welcome you to discover the serenity of Acadia’s Schoodic Peninsula and the hospitality of our bed and breakfast inn located in the heart of beautiful Downeast Maine. The buildings of Acadia’s Oceanside Meadows Inn stand on 200 acres at the head of Sand Cove five minutes from the spectacular Acadia National Park at Schoodic a perfect place for your Maine vacation and a special romantic getaway. The peninsula offers views of four of Maine’s beautiful lighthouses and the most wonderful scenery Downeast Maine has to offer. At Acadia’s Oceanside Meadows Bed and Breakfast Inn your hosts, Sonja Sundaram and Ben Walter, have two very specific goals: to ensure that you have an extraordinary experience staying at their historic Maine inn and to introduce you to their ever-growing 200 acre nature preserve. Husband and wife team of Sonja, whose background lies in geography and teaching, and Ben, whose specialties are marine biology and ecotoxicology, are committed to the preservation of this extraordinary place. Oceanside Meadows marries all that you would expect from an historic inn that has been open since 1860 with an unparalleled opportunity to explore and to understand Maine’s environment and natural splendor. The Oceanside Meadows Innstitute for the Arts and Sciences has its home base in the historic timber framed barn circa 1820 located between our two inn buildings. The barn, restored in 1998, now serves as a wonderful space for lectures, seminars and concerts held throughout the summer season. In 1998 some of the summer’s highlights included a week seminar lecture series with Dr. Alan Hale (co-discoverer of comet Hale-Bopp) and astronomer Gary Becker, a lecture from Dr. David Wingate, an ornithologist of world renown, and magnificent evenings of music with Opera Maine. We invite you to join us here for a relaxing respite on the ocean a perfect Maine vacation. Be lulled to sleep by the sound of the surf on our private sandy beach. Individually appointed bedrooms are lavishly furnished with your comfort in mind. Our rooms feature ocean and meadow views, private baths, flowers from the garden, and the refreshing sea breeze. Enjoy hearty gourmet breakfasts in our gracious dining room as you watch the lobster boats ply the Atlantic just yards away. Feast on wild blueberry pancakes, specialty omelets, homemade breads and other delights all part of your romantic getaways from it all. We cater to vegetarian and other dietary needs. Our unique sandy beach is a great place to have a picnic, lie in the sun or take a dip in the brisk Atlantic. Explore the rugged coastline, tidal pools, and Maine lighthouses; spot an eagle or osprey overhead; try sea kayaking, yachting or fresh water canoeing. Try the trails of Acadia National Park or our own just behind the Inn. Join us for croquet on the lawn; relax in the flower gardens or curl up by the fire in our historic Maine bed and breakfast inn with a good book or parlor game. Acadia’s Oceanside Meadows Bed and Breakfast Inn is the perfect setting for your vacation, wedding reception, honeymoon, reunion, executive meeting or small conference. Please don’t hesitate to inquire about our romantic getaways, vacation packages and your special needs. Whether you are traveling alone or with your entire family, Oceanside Meadows will provide you with a most memorable seaside experience. Your hosts, Sonja Sundaram and Ben Walter, look forward to welcoming you. Please call us if you would like any further information at (207) 963-5557
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    On a knoll by the shores of Pleasant River and Pleasant Bay in Addison, Maine, rests our 110 acre working llama farm. Enjoy the rise and fall of the tides while gazing at the many shore birds and seals. Meander on our trails accompanied by a gentle llama, or explore the shoreline in quiet seclusion. Relax at day's end by the hearth while enjoying the sunset, or enjoy our deck and screened porch in the summertime. Located in the midst of Downeast Maine's coastal splendors, we are between Campobello Island, Canada and Bar Harbor, Maine. We are listed in Best Places to Stay in New England, Maine Explorer's Guide, B&B USA, Yankee Magazine's B&B Directory, and Coucher-De'Jeunere Guidebook of Canada.  
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    Experience a Great Oceanfront Hotel and Spa at the Bar Harbor Inn Discover a Bar Harbor hotel with the perfect blend of Bar Harbor hotel location, setting, style and service on the waterfront. Treat yourself to the Bar Harbor Inn. At our Bar Harbor hotel experience: Bar Harbor InnQuality accommodations Bar Harbor HotelFine dining in the Reading Room Restaurant Bar Harbor HotelPersonal service throughout Bar Harbor HotelNew Luxury Spa - Now open Best Bar Harbor hotels location at the Bar Harbor Inn Bar Harbor HotelDirectly on the waterfront Bar Harbor HotelWalk to shops and activities Bar Harbor HotelShort drive to Acadia National Park We welcome your visit to our Bar Harbor hotel Bar Harbor HotelSleep well, eat well, play well Bar Harbor HotelRated “Superior First Class” by Official Hotel Guide Bar Harbor HotelSame committed ownership for 26 years
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    Canterbury Cottage offers charming accommodations for the Bar Harbor visitor to revive and relax in. Martha & Tim and their dogs Ellie May and Clinton look forward to meeting you and making your stay a pleasant one. The Cottage is located within easy walking distance to all the quaint shops and restaurants along the village streets and the busy harbor. The breathtaking beauty of Acadia National Park and all the activities it offers are just a five minute drive from our door. PET FRIENDLY-OPEN ALL YEAR Military Discounts Available 207-288-2112 for more details Canterbury Cottage was built in 1900 for Frank Whitmore, the station master for the Maine Central Railroad Ferry Service which operated from Bar Harbor's town pier. It was designed by Fred Savage, an architect who planned many of the larger "cottages" on the island. This house was one of the three year-round homes he designed on Mount Desert Island. Enjoy a delicious, elegantly served full breakfast in the morning, plus beverages, fruit, and snacks available all day long. The Cottage is located within easy walking distance to the quaint shops and restaurants along the village streets and the busy harbor. The breathtaking beauty of Acadia National Park and all the activities it offers are just a five minute drive from our door. When the day's adventures are done, you can socialize, read, or just relax in our comfortable living room.
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    Visit our Bar Harbor Bed & Breakfast, close to Acadia National Park, on beautiful Mount Desert Island. Our Bar Harbor Bed & Breakfast is located on a quiet side street in the heart of Bar Harbor, Maine. Our elegant, Victorian guest rooms are cozy and very comfortable, furnished with antique and traditional furniture. Some rooms offer a fireplace, porch or whirlpool bath tub. There is also free WiFi throughout the property. Begin your day with our delectable, three-course breakfast. Return in the afternoon to enjoy fresh lemonade, tea and homemade cookies in our Parlor, before you head out to a dinner, a concert, or a stroll along the waterfront. Take a leisurely stroll to Bar Harbor’s many fine shops and restaurants. Seeking adventure and looking to explore? Acadia National Park is just a few minutes by car or bicycle, where you can hike, bike, canoe or kayak, watch the waves crash against Maine’s rocky coast or see the sun set from Cadillac Mountain. There is plenty to do on Mount Desert Island. There are whale watching trips and interesting museums, or you can take a day trip to Campobello Island, former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s summer home. The choices are endless and we will be happy to assist you and offer ideas. Our ideal location, exceptional service and warm hospitality will help make your vacation a truly memorable experience. We hope you’ll have a chance to visit! [caption id="attachment_2841" align="aligncenter" width="400"] One of the most favorite bridges in in Acadia National Park in Maine. This foot bridge is located in the village of Somesville.[/caption] About Us Catherine Rowe-Hamor and Brian Hamor purchased the inn in 2015, and celebrated their nuptials here in August. Catherine has dreamt of owning a B&B for many years, and Brian previously owned an inn on Mount Desert. Together, this outgoing, social couple loves to entertain and host people in their home. They also share of love of gardening and cooking, a perfect complement to this Bar Harbor B&B. When she’s not whipping up her Eggs Benedict or helping around the inn, Catherine enjoys making an array of homemade soaps with essential oil blends. Brian can be found talking with good friends and members of his former Army battalion. Brian is a passionate veteran who remains very active with this group, planning and attending a reunion each year. Catherine and Brian would love nothing more than to share their home and Bar Harbor inn with you. They are very welcoming and will make sure you’re “one of the family” while you’re here.
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    WELCOME to MAINE!!! - From Heathwood Inn & Suites - Bed & Breakfast Inn Bar Harbor, Maine - We are OPEN Year Round ! Heathwood Inn & Suites is Located in Bar Harbor, Maine NEAR ACADIA NATIONAL PARK In the Township of Salisbury Cove, On Mount Desert Island Heathwood Inn Bed & Breakfast, Bar Harbor, Maine's Cozy Accomodations are ONLY 4 miles from the Hulls Cove entry to Acadia National Park.  Heathwood Inn Bed & Breakfast Inn Bar Harbor, Maine is ON Rt 3 the Direct Route into Bar Harbor Township. Yet nestled comfortably AWAY from the seasonal congestionof busy Bar Harbor Heathwood Inn is at the point of the Island that allows for Easy Access to the exploration of ALL portions of Mount Desert Island & Acadia National Park as well as the benefit of being a mere 9 miles from Ellsworth, Maine ! Acadia National Park is One of the USA's TOP most beautiful places to Vacation! AND Mount Desert Island Offers Years worth of Bountiful Beautiful Adventures The INN Heathwood Inn Bed & Breakfast Inn Bar Harbor, Maine was originally an 1890 Farmhouse.  The Single Family Farmhouse facing the main road  (are now our 5 bedroom 5 bathroom B & B Suites) The barn or "carriage house" is/was in back. In 1989 the 1890 house was converted from a Single Family Farmhouse to Heathwood Inn Bed & Breakfast Inn Bar Harbor, Maine, and the "Barn", became the "Carriage House" which now is the Owners/Innkeepers Quarters .  
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    The bed and breakfast is the newest inn and the only first generation B and B in the village. The generous yard and gardens surrounding the bed and breakfast offer an out-of-town tranquility, while the location offers in-town convenience to Bar Harbor. The inn is a few short blocks from the pier and all of the shops and restaurants the town is famous for. Only minutes from Acadia National Park, the inn offers an outstanding location, nine unique and modern rooms, and an extraordinary gourmet breakfast. There are five rooms in the main house. This house was first opened as an inn, brand new in 1997. The room names are derived from mountains and hikes on the island. You do not need to climb to the rooms. This building houses the inns' common areas. The living room, parlor, and sun porch each offer ways to peruse maps, menus and local information. The sun porch also offers a variety of games for your enjoyment. The "at home" feeling of the house and bedrooms, the innkeeper sharing local insight, and the joy and surprise of a new and different gourmet breakfast every morning really sets the Holland Inn apart. In 2002 the property was expanded across the backyard, adding four brand new rooms, with the renovation of what is called the Quietside Cottage. This house sits just behind the main house with a big open yard and nicely landscaped paths to take you between. Most of the rooms in this house are larger than the main house rooms and have significant sitting areas, some with a balcony or private patio. There are no common areas in the Quietside Cottage. The nine light-filled rooms all have private baths with modern amenities, A/C, and cable TV, all with an inviting country decor. Wireless internet access is available in all areas.
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    Superb Lodgings • A Quiet Setting • Bar Harbor The Manor House is Inn is located in the beautiful tree lined West Street Historic District, one of Bar Harbor's most convenient in town locations. The inn is just a short walk to all village shopping, restaurants and ocean front activities. In addition Acadia National Park is just 1 mile away. Manor House Inn consists of the original three story Victorian Mansion, built in 1887 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and our Bar Harbor Cottages, the Victorian Chauffeur's Cottage, two delightfully private Garden Cottages and Acadia Cottage. Our spacious 1-1/2 acre landscaped grounds provide you with ample parking and room to relax and enjoy the gardens as you plan your next adventure.
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    The Brooklin Inn has entertained guests for generations. It is located in a small coastal village of friendly and creative people on Eggemoggin Reach in downeast Maine. The town center has a general store, post office, church, Morning Moon cafe, three Inns, library, sail loft, several galleries and an antique shop. WoodenBoat magazine and its associated boat school is headquartered in Brooklin while Center Harbor is just a short walk away. The nearness of Eggemoggin Reach and the general well-kept flavor of the town make Brooklin a beautiful spot to visit. The proximity to the historic communities of Blue Hill, Castine and Stonington make the Inn a centrally located place to stay while kayaking, boating or visiting the Blue Hill peninsula and Deer Isle. The Dining Room and Pub menu (open 7 days in summer, 5 days in winter) is eclectically organic and features organic produce and organic Maine-raised beef, lamb and poultry. Our specialty is fresh fish, caught in our waters. In short, "real food, classically prepared." The award winning wine list is four single spaced pages with many good wines cheap. Reservations are suggested. The Pub features steamers, Mussels, Oysters, clams, Haddock sandwiches, Guinness Beef stew, Cheesburgers... the best around, and pizza. Full upstairs menu available in the Pub. The Brooklin Inn has five comfortable bedrooms, three with private baths. Each room is carefully appointed. A full inn breakfast is served daily, complimentary to our guests. Cocktails, cappucino and confections are available from 4pm daily. It's all quite civilized and casual. Children are welcome but please leave your pets at home.
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    WELCOME to the real Downeast coast of Maine! Explore our Schoodic Peninsula and its small fishing villages, wild coastline, spectacular vistas and unhurried pace! We're away from the tourist crowds but only a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Bar Harbor, Mt. Desert Island, the shops and galleries of Blue Hill, or historic sites such as F.D.R.'s home on Campobello Island. The Black Duck, a bed and breakfast inn, is located in the tranquil, Downeast fishing village of Corea, overlooking one of the most picturesque harbors in Maine, islands and the open ocean. Our four guest rooms and two waterfront cottages offer a retreat from the hassles of daily city life. We have twelve acres to explore with wonderful rock outcrops offering places to sit and read, paint or just search the skies for a glimpse of asoaring eagle while watching the harbor or the sea beyond.
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    Step back into the 19th century in this large, gracious 1846 Victorian home, just two blocks up from Eastport Maine's Historic District Waterfront. Our historic B&B inn accommodations are a wonderful lodging alternative to local hotels or motels. Victorian buffs will be delighted with the ornately carved, marble-topped furniture, knick knacks and books with which the builder, Benjamin F. Milliken, furnished his home, and which he left intact. Mr. Milliken maintained a wharf on Eastport's busy waterfront from which he serviced the tall ships that used the harbor for a flourishing international trade throughout the 1800's. The Milliken House Bed and Breakfast offers elegant accommodations and a restful, comfortable B&B atmosphere. Guests may enjoy a complimentary glass of port or sherry in the large double living room, containing two marble fireplaces where there is cable television, board games, and a fire on coldish days. There are six guest rooms on the second and third floors, uniquely furnished with lovely Victorian Renaissance and Eastlake furniture and decorated with the mementos left behind by the Milliken family. The Milliken HouseThe Milliken House is noted for its breakfasts, which are sumptuous, and as elegant as the heavy carved dining room furniture from which they are served. Delicious buttermilk pancakes served with a variety of fruit sauces made from native island berries and topped with whipped cream; blueberry crepes; and Quiche Lorraine number among the many specialties of the Milliken House, always accompanied by beautiful fresh fruit trays and homemade breads and sweetbreads.
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    Canal Side Cabins has six traditional Maine Sporting Camp Cabins that have been catering to vacationing fishermen, hunters, and families since the early 1900’s. We are the ONLY cabins in Grand Lake Stream that are open year round... Just like your home, All our cabins are properly insulated, so they stay nice and cozy during the winter season,yet stay cool in the summer with ample shade from neighboring trees. Located near West Grand Lake, Big Lake, and adjacent to the popular fly fishing stream known as Grand Lake Stream, our rustic log cabins are fully equipped with all the facilities necessary to provide you with an economical approach to your lodging needs under our housekeeping plan, which means... "You're the cook". Our lodge and cabins reflect the long history of Grand Lake Stream as a "sportsmen’s paradise." Since the 1800's sportsmen have traveled to the Grand Lake Stream area to enjoy the superb fishing and hunting (in those days a long and difficult journey for the determined sportsman- today a pleasant trip for the entire family). Grand Lake Stream was originally built with the world’s largest tannery to tan leather (the bark of hemlock trees in the area provided the tannic acid required) and for logging purposes. A log-driving dam was built at the exit of West Grand Lake and a canal parallel to the stream by passes this to take hemlock bark to the tannery located on the stream (now a state fish hatchery). Thus our cabins came into existence during the late 1800’s, overlooking the canal and the salmon pool (Dam Pool) below the dam. The tannery and log driving on the stream are now history. Today, Grand Lake Stream is a community visited by sportsmen and their families to enjoy the superb fishing, hunting and all outdoor activities that you enjoy in this area of numerous natural lakes and vast timberlands offers. The famous Grand Lake Stream that is approximately three miles long flows through the village of its namesake is known for some of the best Fly-Fishing for Landlocked Atlantic Salmon in the Northeast. We, at Canal Side Cabins offer you the comfortable facilities needed to make your vacation a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
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    Tucked away on the peninsula of Hancock Point, The Crocker House Country Inn was built in 1884. Its quiet, out of the way location, fine dining and simple, cozy guestrooms, make the Inn a relaxing home-away from home from which to explore Acadia National Park and Downeast, Maine. Hancock Point is a small summer community, rich with history. Within easy walking distance are an octagonal library, the second smallest post office in the United States, a 100+ year old summer chapel, four clay tennis courts and the town dock. The Crocker House is best known for its cuisine. Breakfast is reserved for the Inn guests, but the dining room is open to the public from 5:30 p.m. on weekends in the spring and fall and seven days a week in the summer. The menu is ala carte, entrees are prepared to order. Breads, soups and desserts are made daily in our kitchen. To complement the meal we offer an extensive wine and beer list as well as a fully stocked bar. Reservations are requested. While the Crocker House does not overlook the water, it is bordered by Frenchman Bay on the south and east and the Skillings River to the west. On Hancock Point all roads lead to the water. Moorings can be reserved by guests arriving by water. The Point is perfect for walking, cycling and jogging.
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    In 2006, we discovered Lubec, Maine quite by accident and fell in love with the town, the people and the incredible natural beauty of the area. Within five days of arriving in Lubec, we bought a home on on Summer Street. The following summer, we purchased a historic sardine factory with its own wharf. It was our dream to preserve this historic building which is now 106 years old, while creating a modern comfortable Inn with both suites and apartments where guests can enjoy the moods of the sea, the friendliness of the town and the natural beauty which surrounds this most easterly town in the United States. We hope our guests adjust their watch to tide time, fall asleep to the sounds of the sea and wake up to the tranquility of a day beside the bay where a fresh catch from the sea will arrive right on our wharf while playful seals and whales swim nearby. Enjoy the freshest seafood delivered daily to our Wharf. We offer casual fine dining with a view of the water from every table. Enjoy the sunset from our deck. Magnificent Views of the Bay. Daily Seafood Specials and Unique dishes for the non-seafood lover Imaginative Wine List. Local beers. Lobster is our specialty. Seafood is also available for take out including fresh lobster, steamed lobster, fresh crab and lobster salad, steamers, fresh fish and scallops (when available.)  Visa and Master cards accepted.
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    Rather than staying at a Machias area hotel or motel, make your accommodations special in our unique and affordable bed and breakfast. In 1874, James R Talbot had the front portion of our inn built for his second wife by architect J. Tenney. The original front portion of the house, built in 1771 by his grandfather Captain Peter Talbot, was moved up the hill by oxen. The 1771 back section is still attached to the inn. The Henry family has taken 4 years to lovingly restore this inn. We invite you to explore the many sites in Downeast Maine while staying in the comfort of our historic home. Available with each room Full breakfast included with room rates Free Wifi throughout building Ironing board & irons Hairdryer Mini-fridge Air Conditioning in guest rooms Television Coffee Maker Robes Chess Tables Antique and Gift Shop on the property Common areas include library, living room with TV and piano, and breakfast rooms. Small functions rooms are also available.
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    The Harbour Cottage Bed and Breakfast Inn provides very private and elegant Southwest Harbor, Maine lodging. We are located near Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor which makes many great adventures possible. Our beautiful Maine bed and breakfast, steps from a working harbor in Southwest Harbor, ME offers 11 incredible guests rooms and suites. The inn is furnished with museum quality art and antiques.  Imagine starting your day over a lovingly prepared breakfast on the porch or in the living room by the fireplace. Stroll the lanes past gardens and views of lobster boats and sailing yachts. Enjoy excellent restaurants and cafes, most within walking distance. The innkeepers and staff are dedicated to offering you impeccable service in a warm and friendly atmosphere. View our Maine vacation packages and book a vacation to remember. All of our Southwest Harbor bed and breakfast rooms offer cozy, comfortable well appointed spaces to relax, refresh and renew. Allow us to pamper you. You deserve it! Choose from a 1, 2 or 3 bedroom suite offering relaxing accommodations for 1 couple 2 couples or even a family of 6. These unique and private units offer guests space to settle in comfortably in a home like atmosphere while visiting Acadia National Park. Unlike most bed and breakfasts, some of these suites have private living areas, decks and kitchens.