The Central House
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Central House Bar Harbor
It's unique for us to be traveling without the motorhome, so we were pleased to find this cozy inn right in the middle of Bar Harbor at an affordable price. Although the bed didn't look like the Queen size described, it slept like one, and was firm, comfortable, and just what we needed. In the sunroom, a Keurig coffeemaker stood at the ready 24 hours a day, with a variety of coffees, teas, and decaf versions of both drinks, as well. The little cafe across the street was perfect for breakfast the next morning as we prepared for our second half-day exploration of Acadia National Park (5 minutes away). As an historic building, it's been beautifully updated and maintained for the comfort of today's guests. Cleanliness to the "nth" degree, and a welcoming manager/hostess. Their free Wi-Fi didn't work in the front lower level of the inn (we were in room 101).
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After a long Carriage Road walk, we left the wilds of Acadia and headed to civilization. Within minutes we were cruising along Bar Harbor's bustling Main Street. Shops, cafes and B & B's lined the historic village streets. We scored a parking spot down by the harbor. A sleepy waterfront scene greeted us, lobster boats lulled …
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... a bit of the town and headed back to our room.
Day 2 at Acadia was once again cloudy. So, once again, no sunrise. Darn. We just hoped the rain would hold off until our boat tour was over. We drove to Northwest Harbor for our tour. The rain held off and we were able to see so much more of the park. After our boat tour, it was off on another driving adventure.
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