Comfort Inn Ellsworth

Address: 130 High St, Ellsworth, Maine, 04605, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Ellsworth

      Reviewed by schwanman

      Good Place.

      Reviewed May 17, 2014
      by (12 reviews) Chicago, IL , United States Flag of United States

      We stayed here two nights and were very satisfied with our room and the staff. The location is close to good restaurants, the neat downtown section of Ellsworth and the road it's on leads to Acadia National Park.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

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      Travel Blogs from Ellsworth

      The Rain In Maine

      A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 17, 2014

      8 photos

      Hello From Ellsworth Maine-- ...where the rain in Maine stayed mainly in...Acadia National Park.
      Our plan today (Saturday) was to spend the day at this marvelous National Park on the Atlantic. We did, but had to deal with a LOT of rain all day. While that did curtail our activities there, we still made it around the park, including reaching …

      Acadia National Park

      A travel blog entry by georgestrick on Jul 15, 2013

      Today we went to Acadia National Park. Apparently it's one of the most visited parks in the US, despite being about 10x as small as its fellow parks like Yellow Stone, though you can see why: it was absolutely stunning! When we got there, a group of us went up the Beehive Trail which took us up one of the "mountains"...which was ...

      Baw Hawba, a tourist mecca

      A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 20, 2013

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... Wabanake Indians knew as Pemetic, meaning "range of mountains" or "mountains seen at a distance." In early September 1604, French explorer Samuel De Champlain ran aground on a rock ledge believed to be just off Otter Cliffs, and when he came ashore to repair his boat he met local natives. Champlain named the island Isles des Monts Deserts, meaning "island of barren mountains"—now called Mount Desert Island, the largest in Maine.

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      The Cool of the Evening Light

      A travel blog entry by jfialkovich on Aug 18, 2012

      7 photos

      ... of the Sound, Bay, and Ocean. It was amazing.

      We returned from our hike, had a very quick lobster roll, and went off to our next adventure...sea kayaking. Al and I have also talked about kayaking, but with the exception of a small 20 minute kayak in Costa Rica, have never done it. We met our guide...a little eccentric, a little treehugging, but very knowledgeable. Our small group included a London couple who were ...

      Acadia National Park

      A travel blog entry by catndeano on Sep 16, 2011

      11 photos

      ... had breakfast and then popped into a tyre shop to try and get the wheel alignment checked as one of the tyres was wearing unevenly and there seemed to be a vibration from the steering wheel. The only place in town that could do it today booked us in for 3pm. We then drove down to another bigger part of the Acadia National Park and took in the sights there. First we stopped at Thunder Hole where the sea crashes into a chasm and traps a pocket of air making a ...