Kimball Terrace Inn

Address: 10 Huntington Road, Northeast Harbor, Maine, 04662-1030, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 10 Huntington Road, Northeast Harbor, is near Shore Path, Asticou Azalea Garden, Asticou Terraces / Thuya Garden, and Thuya Gardens.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKimball Terrace Inn Northeast Harbor

Reviewed by happyronin

An okay hotel for the price

Reviewed Oct 3, 2014
by (1 review) Longmont , United States Flag of United States

We had a lovely view of the little dock (all the rooms had this view, as all the rooms had a patio that faced out onto the water). There was a cold breakfast available for a small amount which we did not try, as we preferred a hot breakfast and went into town for breakfast. It would have been nice to have had breakfast included, and if it were included into the hotel price. Because of this, we opted to go to the bakery restaurant in town and had a lovely breakfast.

Watermark, the restaurant connected to the hotel, was amazing! Everything was delicious, especially the seafood! The water was hot, the wifi was great, the bed was a bit stiff but it was clean and the pillows were nice and big. The bathroom has a timed heating lamp which is nice when the bathroom is colder.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Kimball Terrace Inn Northeast Harbor

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