Barncastle Hotel + Restaurant

125 South Street, Blue Hill, Maine, 04614, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 125 South Street, Blue Hill, is near Woodlawn, The Blue Hill Wine Shop, North Light Books, and Holbrook Island Sanctuary.
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    Travel Blogs from Blue Hill

    All nature, no man: Canada to the US!

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Aug 20, 2013

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    It's another early morning for us as we're eager to make our way south and to the USofA. Fortunately there's power so we can eat some breakfast. Amazing how expensive this town is with everything having to get airlifted over. $20 for two scrambled eggs and two pancakes. It's really nice weather so we actually file VFR all the way to Goose Bay at 7500'. Leaving iqaluit that's the last we see of anybody. From there on to Goose ...

    Blue Hill Beach

    A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Jul 11, 2013

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    ... to worry about getting lost on the way back to camp :-) As night fell, the fireflies came out which was really cool. However, because there isn't too much light pollution in Rural Maine, the stars are really bright, so if you went away from the beach and looked across the fields you could see the fireflies at ground level and as you looked up they became ...

    Bah Habah

    A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Aug 17, 2012

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    ... I know we get off one boat to board another! One of the famous New England lighthouses is on the island, back in the day it had room for two families, now automated we can see the solar panels which generate energy on one of the out buildings. Now down to business, find us some lobsters. The cap’n is a wealth of knowledge and luckily pulls up five of these crustaceans from his first pot. We learn more about lobsters, lobstering, lobstermen, etc than we ...

    Natural High

    A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

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    ... are Maine’s answer to cathead biscuits in the south. Only they are lighter, fluffier and bigger. The bottom of this Maine manna is about the size of a baby’s fist while the top is about the size of my fist. Popovers were invented when some Yankee wife several hundred years ago poured too much batter in a muffin pan causing the huge muffin top. The Yankee husband came in from the field and asked, “what are ...

    These legs were made for walking (ish)

    A travel blog entry by bec_f on Jun 17, 2010

    ... that takes in some of the best sights of the park. Including a trip to the top of Cadillac mountain - incredible views of the surrounding area.
    Then we went back into town and walked the shore path, saw a seal, and ended up watching the sunset over the harbour, before going home for some home cooked food.

    The following day we were doing a 'day' walk that Ade had planned by linking up a number of walks - it was good that we could do this from our house. Some of ...