Northeast Harbor Lodging
The following list shows some available lodging options in Northeast Harbor, Maine, and the other villages that are within the same municipality of Mount Desert on Mount Desert Island, Maine which includes Somesville, Seal Harbor, Hall Quarry and Otter Creek. For a wider selection, use the Lodging link above. Click property names or photos to view individual websites.
1 Summit Rd., Northeast Harbor
207-276-3322 • Fax: 207-276-4114
With over 100 years of cottage rental service, we are the rental experts for Northeast Harbor, Seal Harbor, Bar Harbor and all of Mount Desert Island. Our three rental agents represent nearly 400 homes from luxury estates to lakefront camps that can accommodate your group, large or small. And, we're locally owned and operated, providing personalized and on-site service.
Somesville on MDI
Book through agent: 207-288-0307
Deer Field Cottage (3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms) offers close proximity to Acadia National Park and all the activities on Mount Desert Island. This gorgeous, spacious cottage, is situated on five acres of land, in a beautiful field visited daily by local deer! The wonderful patio has a fire pit and citranella lanterns, offers a peaceful setting for your family lunch or evening cocktails. Walk to Long Pond— just a 5-10 minute walk away—to enjoy wonderful swimming, fishing and kayaking. (Listed with Bar Harbor/Acadia Cottage Rentals, Inc.)
HTR Acadia - Open May - Mid-Oct
HTR Acadia (formerly Somes Sound View Campground) is an idyllic, peaceful retreat on Mount Desert Island. Our Resort is known for attracting adventurous, nature-loving campers, who appreciate being next to the ocean surrounded by gorgeous woods. Being only a short drive to Downtown Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, provides even more to explore. We offer waterfront tent sites and feature rustic cabins. Up to 30 AMP RVs are welcome. We look forward to hosting you!
Northeast Harbor, Somesville, Seal Harbor
This is a beautiful part of Mount Desert Island that has much to offer for visitors from Asticou Azalea Garden, Asticou Terraces, Thuya Garden, Upper & Lower Hadlock Ponds in Northeast Harbor to the Walking Bridge and Somes Pond in Somesville. Add to this the public beach in Seal Harbor and the hsitoric granite quarry in Hall Quarry where the granite to help build the Park came from, and you will have a full day. But lets not forget the ocean and yacht views in Somes Sound, Northeast Harbor, and Seal Harbor, and, of course, all of those shops.... Much to do. So little time!