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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