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- 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
Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... the restaurants in the area should satisfy.
For the traveler looking for more than just shopping and eating in Bar Harbor there other options that hard to find anywhere else. At the end of Main Street there is dock where whale watching boats come in and take people out on the ocean and you can rent kayaks here also to explore the cost. There are a couple parks around the downtown area where people can relax and ...
... the warmth of our inn before heading to dinner at Havana, a trendy restaurant in town where the Obamas had dined a few years earlier. Yes, they sat at our very same table, at least according to our friendly server! We enjoyed Cuban-inspired dishes including a variety of tapas, paella, lamb shank and tamales.
The following morning we walked into the village to browse the shops and were quickly overrun by tourists who had off-loaded from the ...
... made the food wonderfully delicious.
After a quick stop at the farmers market and a stop at home for a bite of breakfast, we took off for our Sunday outing. We decided on a loop hike that connected three trails, taking us from the sea cliffs up to a small fresh water lake surrounded by mountains, through a forested trail and up to the top of Gorham Mountain. This was one of the most interesting trails we have ever been on. Much of the trail is actually ...
... rolls and Atlantic Brewing Co beer, and beautiful views of the harbor. If you have time, I recommend a trip to Acadia National Park, which makes up almost the entirety of Mount Desert Island (more on that to come in later posts). After, again, promising not to leave Max unattended and, promptly leaving Max unattended, we headed downtown to eat some dinner and mingle with the locals. Mark found this awesome restaurant for dinner, Side Street Cafe ...
... shops in there. Add some overpriced restaurants. Resorts, Heli-place as well as fancy tour-ships. Forget about the fisher village. Then you have Bar Harbor.
We wanted to explore Acadia National Park! It was not so easy to entre, because our car went on strike exactly at the entrance door! Was the reason the nice girl at the control point? Behind us already a bus, several cars, … but Peter managed to convince ...