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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Bar Harbor
Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... Harbor in the
off season is that there is plenty of parking. We could get a spot on
the street right downtown. Most of the stores are closed and the town
is almost like a ghost town this time of year. There are a few shops
open, including some of my favorites, that are right within walking
One nice shop in Bar Harbor that had remained open was Sherman Books.
This is a small books and ...
... no red or yellow pigment. The arrival of autumn was evidenced by the changing colors of the leaves and the lone tiny crab apples hanging from the bare branches of the tree. We enjoyed a crisp sunny day in this charming town. We missed the rain of yesterday which was fine by us. You'll have to wait no longer for photos of the Regatta because we took many today. At sunset, we said "goodbye" to Bar Harbor and continued our journey south with Boston being the port-of-call for ...
... restaurant: our water and empty cups were already on the table and there was a lazy susan filled with butter, jam, sugar and ketchup. All things that might be better served fresh from a refrigerator, but you don't come here to be treated like the queen. I typically despise warm fruit mixed into baked goods, but the Maine Blueberry Pancakes with local syrup sounded so mouthwatering delicious that I couldn't turn it ...
... our search. The road to get there was narrow, curvy and full of hills. But, Tommy took us there with ease. He is a fantastic driver along these difficult roads! The rock church, known by the locals as the "chapel", overlooks the most beautiful rocky point. People were sitting out on the huge rocks that sloped off into the ocean while children played in the freezing water along the edge. Funny how my memory of the church was much bigger. No ...
Today started out as another cold and drizzly morning. I did not have any real plans and decided to head to the southwest portion of Acadia and the Bass Harbor Heat Lighthouse. This lighthouse is owned by the Coast Guard and has a family living at it. This means you have to stick to the path and observe all the signs about private property. The light probably isn't something you would need to go out of your way to see, ...