Woodlawn is a 180-acre historic estate located a quarter mile from downtown Ellsworth, Maine. Once home to three generations of the Black family, it is now treasured for its historic house museum, its gardens, and its public park. Visitors can explore a superb historic house, stroll through beautiful gardens, play croquet, hike on pristine trails, and much more. Woodlawn is a must-see while visiting Acadia National Park and Downeast Maine. The historic house is open for tours, May 1 - October 31 and December 1-23. The public park and trails are open year round, free of charge, dawn to dusk. Dogs are welcome on the trails, on leash.
Spectacular water view from each spacious cottage. On the water, nestled in woods. Minutes to Acadia National Park. Fully equipped kitchens, full baths, 2-3 bedrooms, heated, cable/DVD, wireless Internet access, gas grills, spotless. Relax and enjoy solitude and gorgeous sunsets in a nature and bird lover's paradise. Canoes/kayaks. No pets. Ollie & Keli Wenger. Off-season rates. Non Smoking.Rates: high season $1100-$1300; off season $900; winter/spring $660.
Greg and Julie Veilleux established Window Panes in March of 1994. The Bar Harbor store set in a Charming 1930s Arts and Crafts style building located on Main Street across from the village green, features home and garden related products that are of distinct quality, unique, functional and hard to find. This eclectic mix of items is all beautifully arranged creating a mood exclusively for you, the discerning buyer. Window Panes, named ''one of Maine's coolest stores'' by Downeast Magazine, has thoughtfully displayed all that you need for your home or summer cottage including well crafted furniture, forged lighting, artfully designed wool and cotton rugs, attractive bedding and pillows, colorful and coordinated table linens, classic and cutting edge kitchen gadgets, whimsical and functional garden accessories and a wonderfully tempting selection of personal care items from French-made soaps and lotions to pajamas and shower curtains. As soon as you step into Window Panes, it invites you to explore all: inside, outside and upstairs.
Eight rustic cottages surrounded by trees on secluded Emery Cove in Frenchman Bay. Furnished for light housekeeping, including gas stove w/oven, refrigerator, cooking and eating utensils, heaters, cable TV, WiFi and linens for bed, bath and kitchen. Dock, rowboats, picnic tables, and barbecue grills available for guests. Kayaks available for rent. See web site for availability, rates and lots of photos! Weekly rentals only, from Sat. to Sat. Open May-Oct. No smoking, no pets.Rates: high season $790-$1654; off season $632-$1323.
79 rooms on 14 quiet hilltop acres, built on the former site of the Mary Roberts Rinehart Estate. Most units with balconies and spectacular ocean views. Breakfast and dinner served in our Looking Glass Restaurant (formerly Rinehart Restaurant). Heated outdoor pool. Moments from Acadia National Park, Kebo Valley Golf, and the village of Bar Harbor. Pet Friendly. Open May through October. Rates: high season $109-$269; spring $65-$169; fall $85-$199.
From the earth, to our hands, to yours... Willis' has over 70 years experience creating unique custom 14K gold jewelry. Ask about our local beach stone bracelets. You will find genuine Maine Tourmaline in a variety of colors and styles. We have home accents made from natural materials including local granite vases and unusual wooden boxes. Explore our extensive collection of fossil, gem and mineral specimens.
Located on historic West Street near the waterfront in downtown Bar Harbor. We are a popular family restaurant specializing in fresh lobster and other local seafood. We also serve great steak, pasta dishes and, of course - blueberry pie! Early bird s
Bar Harbor's newest luxury boutique hotel on the prime corner of West and Main! In the quaint, seaside village of Bar Harbor, Maine overlooking the waterfront sits the all new West Street Hotel, on the corner of West and Main. Deluxe boutique hotel accommodations with magnificent ocean and harbor views. The West Street Hotel features a rooftop pool offering panoramic views of Frenchman's Bay, the outer islands and Acadia National Park. Paddy's Irish Pub & Restaurant features signature dishes inspired by classic Irish-American cuisine, with imported wood from Ireland combined with authentic decor and design. Our guests are privileged with access to the Bar Harbor Club, Maine's most scenic and historic private club. Relax with family and friends at waters edge, indulge in The Spa or fitness center, engage in a game of tennis, cool off in the oceanfront pool or soak in the views from the oceanside jacuzzi at sunset.