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Let the Schoodic Ferry introduce you to the undiscovered Acadia.105 Eden StBar Harbor, ME 04609Oceanfront Hotel and ocean view Townhouses just a 20 minute walk or a two minute drive away from the hustle and bustle of downtown. Walking access to Acadia's Carriage Roads across the street and 2 miles from Acadia National Park Visitor's Center.111 Eden StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Bird, nature, and adventure tours in Acadia National Park, Downeast Maine, and beyond.BAR HARBOR, ME 04609Nestled in downtown Bar Harbor, and just moments away from Acadia National Park, The Harborside Hotel, Spa & Marina offers breathtaking views of Frenchman's Bay and the ocean beyond.55 West StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Lovely oceanfront dining just 2 miles out of downtown Bar Harbor. Gorgeous views of Frenchman Bay. Delicious seafood, prime rib, and of course Maine lobster. Open for lunch and dinner. Dine in or enjoy our patio.565 Eden StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Eat hearty and enjoy the charming pub atmosphere. We are known for our lobster rolls, famous fish sandwiches, homemade chowders, seafood, burgers and more. The portions are great and the prices even better. At the Whale, you'll never go thirsty, the bar is fully stocked and there are fourteen draught lines featuring local and regional craft beers. Families are welcome, we have live bands every Friday and Saturday night with no cover charge, and there is an outdoor beer garden where smoking is permitted. ADA compliant. Open 11am - 1am year round. Serving lunch and dinner daily.40 COTTAGE STREETBAR HARBOR, ME 04609The menu features various appetizers, a variety of fresh seafood options, healthy salads, and satisfying burgers and sandwiches. Choose from a myriad of locally themed cocktails and beers brewed right here on Mount Desert Island.1 Newport DriveBar Harbor, ME 04609OVER 400 VACATION RENTALS TO CHOOSE FROM! Are you seeking a grand, oceanfront estate, a quaint cottage in Bar Harbor, or is a cozy cabin nestled in the pines near Acadia National Park more your style?1 Summit RoadNortheast Harbor, ME 04662Enjoy spectacular sunrises and strolls along our private beach. Watch the tides ebb & flow from your seaside cottage. Each cabin ideally for 2 people has shower, CCTV, air, heat, coffee, housekeeping, and phones. Two cabins with kitchenettes are five feet from the waters edge at high tide. Located on Rt. 3, Hulls Cove. Just 5 min. to town and 1 min. to Acadia. Food & bev. May to October Rates:Off Season daily:weekly:$55-$75 $365-$505 Memorial Day Weekend-6/20 $75-$95 $505-$645 6/20-Labor Day Weekend $120-$150 $810-$1020 9/8-10/20 $105-$120 $715-$820563 Eden StreetHulls Cove, ME 04644The Bistro offers something for everyone. Experience casual fine dining and a full bar in a relaxed atmosphere, with local and international cuisine. Enjoy the views of Frenchman Bay near one of our floor-to-ceiling windows or take in the fresh salt119 Eden StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Restored in 1997, the inn offers thirteen rooms, all with queen/king beds, AC, Cable TV, Wi-Fi, and private baths. Amidst other B&B's the inn is a short stroll from the town pier and center of town, and only one mile to Acadia. Delightfully informal atmosphere, warm hospitality, and local insight are made to order. We are here to help you get where you are going. Exceptional gourmet breakfast. Open May 1: Rates: high season $160-$210; off season $100- $175.35 Holland AvenueBar Harbor, ME 04609Located on a quiet side street, The Elmhurst Inn is an easy walk to Bar Harbor’s many restaurants, shops, galleries and waterfront. Gardens surround the inn, creating a calm and private retreat.40 Holland AvenueBar Harbor, ME 04609An airy, spacious house perfect for families and friends, set in an heirloom orchard on a quiet private lane close to the seashore in Hulls Cove. Rents weekly, sleeps 12.19 Wilcomb LaneBar Harbor, ME 04609Named a Best of New England destination by Yankee magazine in May of 2013 and one of the 50 Things to Do in Maine This Summer by the Bangor Daily News, The Naturalist's Notebook combines nature, science, arts and the frontier of knowledge in fun, engaging installations and activities. The original Notebook exploratorium in Seal Harbor offers three floors of interaction, shopping and learning for all ages. Smaller Naturalist's Notebook Annex spaces have opened on Main St. in Northeast Harbor and (as of Aug. 1) on the town green Bar Harbor. Open 10-5 every day from late June to late October in Seal Harbor and Northeast Harbor and from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day through late October in Bar Harbor.The Notebook is just a short drive from Bar Harbor or Northeast Harbor. It's a great rainy-day (or sunny day) place for families or anyone who's even slightly curious about the world and the universe.16 Main StreetSeal Harbor, ME 04675We specialize in private vehicle tours of Acadia National Park, serving groups of 2 to 12 people. Our three-hour Acadia Adventure tour provides an ideal snapshot of the park, covering Ocean Drive, Thunder Hole, Jordan Pond, Cadillac Mountain, Northeast Harbor and Somes Sound. Our knowledgeable guides will show you the out-of-the-way places that large groups miss. We're flexible, and we're fun.106 Cottage StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Welcome to Bar Harbor's newest accommodations, opening July 2018! The Inn on Mount Desert is a family owned and operated facility situated in the heart of downtown Bar Harbor. Our 31 brand new, beautiful guest units feature two queen beds or one...68 Mount Desert StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Thornhedge Inn is an authentic Bar Harbor classic summer cottage. Woodwork, art and curiosities are little changed since it was built as summer home in 1900. The history is celebrated, while the prope47 Mount Desert StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609The Moorings Inn offers suites, singles, doubles, and cottages for your family vacation needs, located on the ocean with views of Somes Sound. There are two additional accommodations off the premises of the main house, but with ocean views of Southwest Harbor and the mountains. With extraordinary views, tastefully decorated rooms and the ocean at your fingertips,your vacation is bound to be a memorable one.133 Shore RoadSouthwest Harbor, ME 04679Our historic Victorian 1903 bed and breakfast is nestled on a quiet, tree-shaded, residential street in the heart of Bar Harbor. It’s a quick stroll to the center of town, the waterfront, world-class restaurants, galleries, shops, tours, and museums. The many splendors of Acadia National Park, “The Jewel of the East,” are just a quick drive from our doorstep. All rooms and suites feature private baths, premium linens, plush spa robes, hair dryers, free WiFi, free on and off-street parking, air conditioning, and heat. Some include fireplace or private deck. You can also relax in our comfortable parlor and library and unwind in the rocking chairs on our pleasant front porch after an active day of sightseeing. Each morning, choose from an array of tempting options on our daily changing breakfast menu. Your breakfast is cooked to order by co-owner, Matt, your resident professional chef. Breakfasts are prepared with fresh, local, seasonal ingredients. In the afternoons, enjoy freshly baked cookies and other treats. Fair Trade coffees, teas, hot chocolate, local spring water, fruit and snacks are available 24/7. Personal service, knowledgeable local recommendations, and warm hospitality await you at the Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast, your home away from home in Bar Harbor. Rates: $109 - $229.16 Roberts AvenueBar Harbor, ME 04609Thrive Juice Bar and Kitchen is a raw juice and smoothie bar that also offers house-made grab and go healthy food options. Located in the heart of Bar Harbor on the ''locals' favorite'' Rodick Street, Thrive Juice Bar & Kitchen is dedicated to providing healthy, convenient and creative menu options. Our menu items are designed for people on-the-go whether they want to meet with friends on our landscaped patio, head out for a hike or picnic, or need to run to work. Our staff is educated in the health benefits of our ingredients and can help guide you to choosing a satisfying smoothie, nutrient rich raw juice, or a creative and filling salad, wrap or more.47 Rodick StreetBar Harbor , ME 04609Located within walking distance of the heart of Bar Harbor, the Looking Glass Restaurant sits high on a hilltop at the site of Mary Roberts Rinehart's old estate. Spectacular views of Bar Harbor.50 Eden StreetBar Harbor, ME 04609Elegant Oceanfront Dining at the Bar Harbor Inn1 Newport DriveBar Harbor, ME 04609