Down East Maine villages such as Winter Harbor, Corea, Gouldsboro, Trenton, Hancock, and others, offer diverse home and cottage rentals for your visit to the Schoodic region of Acadia National Park. The following information will aid you in your selection of the right accommodation. To begin exploring the Schoodic region, use the "Schoodic" link below. Click property names or photos to view individual websites.
Picture yourself relaxing barefoot on our lush oceanfront lawn, ospreys and eagles soaring overhead, lobster boats bobbing just off shore, fresh ocean breezes and a glass of your favorite wine. Discover Acadia Bay Inn, a beautiful Victorian era Bed and Breakfast with private beach located mid way between Bar Harbor and Schoodic. Choose from our seven stylish rooms with en-suite baths and balconies. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast with stunning views of Acadia and the surrounding islands across pristine Frenchman Bay.
Our two cozy cottages and the larger, charming farmhouse are all on one 7 acre property on Hancock Point, featuring large back yards, access to meadows, forests, and blueberry fields. We are within easy walking distance of the shore and woodland hikes. We are located between Acadia National Park at Schoodic Point and Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor.
Isleview Motel & Cottages - Pet Friendly
We offer clean, comfortable and affordable lodging for the Bar Harbor area. Family owned Isleview has Cottages, Motel rooms and Single Rooms. Cottages have Wi-Fi, cable TV, mini-fridge and microwave. We have grills, picnic tables and campfire pit for our guests to enjoy. We are just minutes away from Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. We are on the free Island Explorer Bus Route. There is an Authentic Lobster Pound right across the street. Walk to dinner!
Visit Acadia on Mainland
If you have never visited, or spent a few days at the Schoodic Peninsula and Schoodic Point part of Acadia National Park, you do not know what you are missing. There are numerous places where a person has direct access to the ocean. Since it is a north-south aligned peninsula, it is a great location for photographing sunrises and sunsets. As an added bonus, there are two lighthouse; one on the western side and the other in Prospect Harbor to the Northeast. Another big plus is that the waves are often very good here, particularly at the point. Directly to the North is US Coastal Route One which makes it very easy to get to other locations such as Ellsworth, Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island, or Bar Harbor. The Free Island Explorer Shuttle Bus also has a route here connecting Winter Harbor with the Ferry Terminal, spots within the park, Birch Harbor, and Prospect Harbor.