Acadia Oceanside Meadows Inn

Prospect Harbor, Maine, 04669, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in Prospect Harbor, is near Bartlett Maine Estate Winery, Grindstone Neck of Maine, and Ardea EcoExpeditions.
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    Travel Blogs from Prospect Harbor

    Maine, lobster... Bar Harbor

    A travel blog entry by omilders on Aug 29, 2012

    5 photos

    ... are different than in Florida. In the south they are 'over friendly' , and here they are just friendly, a bit more down to earth. After lunch we went to our residence near Bar Harbor.

    Our motel
    The first sight was... Ehm... Challenging? We had never stayed in a roadside motel, and I booked this through So it's like a caravan of wood (in size) it has a bed (hard), clean towels, a bathroom that was too small to fit two in. But after swallowing twice, we decided ...

    High Heat, High Sea, Limited Common Sense

    A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 22, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... coast with a 20 foot crevice that, given the right conditions, when the tide comes in there is a loud boom and a large splash of water. We have been a couple of times but there has not been much action at the actual hole. The area is surrounded by rocks to watch the tide come in on that are pretty high up. Or you can throw caution to the wind and stand on the jagged and slippery rocks at sea level as the tide rolls in and ...

    First glimpse at the carriage road system

    A travel blog entry by cochranfamily on Jun 28, 2010

    1 comment, 9 photos

    We woke late the next morning and fought the rain to eat breakfast at 2 Cats. The food was good, but the wait was ridiculous. We drove the loop road, stopping at sand beach to walk around since the rain had finally stopped. The kids kicked off their shoes to run in the sand. Getting the sand off their feet was a challenge. Even after dipping the kids' feet in water we had to scrub the sand off. Eventually we left Sand Beach ...

    Giant Boot, Lobster Rolls, Cool Bridge, and an Inn

    A travel blog entry by jmburton on Aug 02, 2009

    22 photos

    We were up and excited to get on the road this morning. Our first stop was the L.L.Bean Flagship store in Freeport, ME. We had noticed that the pj's that Sarah brought were quite outgrown, so we just had to do some shopping. Katie was actually excited about this. She picked up a cute cashmere scarf (that she wore through most of the trip), a stuffed lobster for herself and one for her little sis from Pep Squad, and a chocolate puffin. Sarah bought ...

    Lobster and Lumberjacks

    A travel blog entry by siggymadda09 on Jun 25, 2009

    183 photos

    ... We drove to SouthWest Harbor to Beal's, it was a hidden little restaurant on a pier of its own, tucked right next to the Coast Guard Building.  It was quite crowded so I guess the secret was out... anyway, not knowing anything about lobster or how much we could eat, we went in and the girl who was filling orders helped us by explaining how much people tend to eat and picked out a 3.16 lb. lobster to share  She said it might not be enough to fill us up, but we ...