Foggy morning in Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor B&B's

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Acacia House Inn

6 High St., Bar Harbor
207-288-8122800-551-5399 or email
Open: Year-Round

Affordable and friendly, century-old Victorian in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood, just steps away from all that Bar Harbor has to offer. Rooms feature organic linens, private baths, hardwood floors, some with balconies. Full breakfast served every morning on our sun-lit porch, complimentary afternoon refreshments, handmade pastries and espresso. Off-street parking, cable, wifi, maps and books, knowledgeable innkeepers will help you get the most from your Acadia vacation.

Saltair Inn - Waterfront Bed & Breakfast

121 West St., Bar Harbor
207-288-2882 or email
Open: Year-Round

Enjoy panoramic ocean views from the privacy of your own intimate suite. Each accommodation offers thoughtful appointments and amenities appreciated by modern travelers without compromising the historic legacy of the home. Bar Harbor center is only three blocks away. An expansive back lawn slopes gently from the rear of the inn to the water's edge. Low tide reveals a sand bar connecting the Saltair Inn to Bar Island, from which Bar Harbor adopted its name.

Maples Inn - “Romantic Bar Harbor B&B”

16 Roberts Ave., Bar Harbor
207-288-3443 or email
Open: Year-Round

Welcome to Maples Inn Bed and Breakfast, a historic “farm Victorian” located in Bar Harbor, nestled on a quiet, tree-shaded street. Here you are just a short stroll from the center of town, world-class restaurants, galleries, shops, tours, and museums. Acadia National Park lies just a few miles from our doorstep. Maples Inn is your destination for warm hospitality, a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere, well-appointed guest rooms and suites, and delicious breakfasts with local Maine fare as their focus.

Shore Path Cottage - Waterfront B & B

24 Atlantic Ave., Bar Harbor
207-288-0643 Cell: 917-806-8959 or email
Open: May - Nov.

Located on Bar Harbor's Shore Path, this historic 1880's cottage offers a singular and memorable experience. Our wide lawn extends to Frenchman Bay where its a spectacular stroll along the water to shopping, dining and downtown attractions. Cozy, yet gracious, enjoy our light-filled rooms, with private baths and delightful ocean breezes. Enjoy a full, delicious breakfast inside or out, on our wrap around porch with a view of the sea.

Manor House Inn - Victorian Bed & Breakfast

106 West St., Bar Harbor
207-288-3759 | Reservations: 800-437-0088 or email
Open: Mid April - Oct.

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 and a short walk to all village shopping, restaurants and ocean front activities. In addition, we are just 1 mile from Acadia National Park. A hearty home baked breakfast buffet is served each morning. Enjoy a table in the dining room or wander into our sunny breakfast garden. Our bed and breakfast is known for its gracious and casual hospitality.

Primrose Inn

73 Mt. Desert St., Bar Harbor
877-846-3424, 207-288-4031 or email
Open: May 11 - Oct. 27

Romantic B&B is just a short stroll from Main Street (1 mile from Acadia National Park) and features spacious guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, luxurious linens, A/C, and flat-panel TV/DVD. Many rooms feature fireplaces, spa tubs and private porches. Rates include a full breakfast and popular “Afternoon Tea.”

Holland Inn Bed & Breakfast

35 Holland Ave., Bar Harbor
207-288-4804 or email
Open: May 1 - Oct. 27

Conveniently located on the eastern shore of Mount Desert Island, the Holland Inn Bed and Breakfast is the only traditional style farm house Bed and Breakfast within the village of Bar Harbor, Maine. All rooms have private baths, cable tv, and A/C.

Quality Places & Destination

Greg A. Hartford, photographer, author, publisherThere has been tremendous growth in the Bar Harbor area since I first started coming here. It has risen from a small fishing village desired by a few “in-the-know” individuals to a world class resort destination. During this time, many new rental properties were added at breakneck speed. So much so, that there may be a glut of available properties at certain times of the year, especially during the Off-Season times. There is an increased sense of competition for your commitment to stay so do not hesitate to ask for special deals or for adjustments. Either way, you are assured to stay at a quality place with many fine memories. Please keep in mind that many properties are also classic ones. And, this was, and continues to be, a place desired for its rustic beauty as a once flourishing fishing town on the rugged coast of Maine.