Acacia House Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAcacia House Inn Bar Harbor
Well run B&B. Beds comfortable and amenities clean. Friendly hosts and breakfast is a treat. Home made cookies anytime are a bonus.
Only negative is that the breakfast is so good, a lot of locals come to eat and service can be a touch slow.
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A long 5 hour drive yesterday - both Quebec and Maine were beautiful, but horribly hilly and twisty and windy. Might need to find another route back to Ottawa.
On the weekend of July 10, Keri brought Zach up here - his last weekend visiting ...
... immigration prior to departing the ship. It seems that security has been very tight this trip. More than I remember from last year. But we were able to get it done and have time for a long walk through town and down the shore walk before our lobster lunch at the Bar Harbor Club. And then we took a coach tour through Acadia. Our lunch was great and Acadia was beautiful. Having read many novels set in Maine it was really nice to see it for ...
... laid traps (it’s a rough life for the lobsters out here!). The local economy thrives on its lobster, it is everywhere. Driving around you see garages full of traps and buoys and the bays are packed with boats coming in with their catches of the day. Naturally, we found ourselves a nice spot for dinner on a bay near our campsite called The Upper Deck. Their "Lobstah Dinnahs" came from the boats that fish right below the restaurant. I have never ordered lobster by the ...
... 15 miles from Bar Harbor. We went on a nice long and exhilarating hike followed by a nice long kayak ride. I had never been in a kayak or paddled one before so I had no clue or idea of what to do. We rented three kayaks, a double and two singles. We all had fun going in them and we felt like we were on the English rowing team. We returned to the docks, returned our equipment then went to dinner at a nearby restaurant. When we got finished, we ate ice cream, then turned in for the ...
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He and his wife are celebrating their 50th anniversary this month, and he told us he was on his second honeymoon with his first wife. They are retracing the same route as their first honeymoon and looking at all the changes that have taken place in the past 50 years, and their first hotel isn't even in ...