Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm

Address: 274 East Side Road, Hancock, Maine, 04640, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 274 East Side Road, Hancock.
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Classic Acadia

A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel on Jul 23, 2014

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... was loud and impressive. The way up to Cadillac Mountain we were all laughing. It was so windy. I bought some (overpriced) earrings. It was a great day.

Leithe - Today we went swimming! It was SO fun! The water was a little cold when we first got in, but after a little while we got numb and it was fine. I went body surfing - it was a lot of fun! By the end of the day I ...

Coastal Beauty

A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Jul 14, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... so we were able to get back hassel free. We spent time walking, browsing shops, stopped for a cold drink and walked to the harbor. While we were heading to the harbor, the strangest fog was rolling in over the water. It shows up in some of the pictures really good. We caught the bus back to our little home on wheels and unwinding. Tomorrow on down Hwy 1 to Bass Harbor, Camden and Rockport. Having a blast!
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Downeast, harrington, bar harbor

A travel blog entry by phoebeandmillow on Jul 29, 2013

3 comments, 15 photos

... using the fry pan as a lid!

Before we go off to Rockland, wanted to say that starting in the north woods to a couple of days in acadia, we had five days in a row of no rain. That was heavenly. Our campsite in acadia was called blackwoods, it was very wooded and dark and it rained most of the time. Someone told me that he has been coming to maine for forty years and he doesn’t remember it ever being this wet! Enough with the rain.

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Holiday in the lobster & fog country - Maine!

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... from sea salt over blueberry (Maine’s 2nd famous product) to... simply everything).

The last stop before Boston we had at the Portland lighthouse – the most famous view in Maine, which is surrounded by a large park. At a snack bar we ordered (no restaurants in this area) lobster rolls – the best in town! And enjoyed our lobster roll – which was really good - together in stormy weather (guess what... this time no ...

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine

A travel blog entry by jonparker on Jun 02, 2013

16 photos

... we went to the sweet B&B Dave found called Aysgarth Station Inn. It's run by a nice young couple, Jane and Steve, and their two cats. The one gray cat looked just like she could be Gus' fat older sister! Jane is from England and got all the room names from famous estates in the UK. And I liked their logo. : ). They showed us to our quaint room and we settled in for a good soak in the jacuzzi tub and restful night's sleep before the next days ...