The 3-tier cabin is nestled in the woods very close to Acadia National Park. It is also logistically located to almost anything you would want to do. Everything we did, kayaking, chartering a sail boat, hiking trails, shopping and dining in the quaint town of Bar Harbor. We, especially, enjoyed the ...
Suze and Tod went above and beyond to make the duplex friendly and inviting with just about every convenience you have in your own home for an adult couple. No restaurants/shops nearby and not kid friendly, but that keeps the place nice and quiet. I hope to return again someday.
This house worked great for the many family members who were visiting Bar Harbor.
can not get a better location so close to the park and town
One of the best hotels i have ever stayed at. Very clean and very helpful freindly staff
Great variety of food at breakfast. Clean room and common areas. Laundry services on basement level were convenient and clean, they even had detergent and dryer sheets available.
Great staff, gas fireplace in room. Perfect location
Very clean, friendly staff, great location, decent breakfast.
Hotel room was clean. Continental breakfast was a plus! We love the Acadia Inn!
Want to experience Acadia National Park's Visitors Center?
To see it for yourself, you'll need to step off the beaten track a little and take a trip to Bar Harbor, which is 75 miles from the state capital, Augusta.
The Quality Inn Bar Harbor is the only hotel choice in the immediate vicinity of Acadia National Park's Visitors Center. It is just 2 miles away.
If you would rather not surrender a small fortune on accommodation, you will be happy to find that there are a number of budget hotels in the area. A few establishments that come highly recommended include the Bar Harbor Villager Motel and the Cromwell Harbor Motel.