How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Highbrook Motel Bar Harbor
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Another tender port today – Bar Harbor. But for this one the ship was much closer to the pier so it only took about 10 minutes. We'd once again ordered breakfast in our room and then once we knew the ship had docked and had clearance to go ashore we went down to the theatre to get our tender passes. We only had about 20 minutes to wait and we were on a tender heading into port.
It was yet another beautiful sunny day and still ...
... the bubble rocks in the distance while munching on perfect popovers and soft shell lobster on a buttered brioche bun. I tried their blueberry lemonade which was so refreshing and Mark enjoyed an Arnold Palmer.
When lunch was over, we decided to take a stroll around Jordan Pond. The path is mostly flat and follows a pine needle floor one one half and a man-made boardwalk on the other half ...
... some delivered. Tommy and Morgan aren't real fans of lobster, so they chose not to order any. Unfortunately, I forgot the fact that I did not have claw crackers and these were whole lobsters. Using a can opener and a pair of vice-a-grips can make for a fun dinner experience! It didn't take long for us to realize the beauty of lobster rolls where all the work is done for us.
After dinner we took a ride ...
... a bike or a motorcycle and is also good for seven days. At first, we were not thrilled to pay the fee, but once in the park we realized that the fee was definitely worth the price. Besides, it was good for an entire week. (Park hours and fees - including information on fee free days.)
Once you are into the park, you then have lots of choices as to what to do. You can park at a number of different locations and hike one of the ...
... Just had to say. Since I “just had to say on Randi”, it’s only fair that I have to tell on me. When we were getting ready to leave, I loaded the rig, I was very organized and even made a list of where I put things. But from the start we couldn’t find where I put the lids for the two sauce pans that I took, until now (which is two months into the journey), Randi found them in the stove! It sure is nice to have a lid on the ...