Red Barn Restaurant & Motel

Address: 3 N Main St, Milbridge, Maine, 04658, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 3 N Main St, Milbridge, is near Sullivan Harbor Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Milbridge

    Squirrel!

    A travel blog entry by garyanne on Oct 16, 2014

    13 photos

    Waving a grateful goodbye to the Cotter clan and thanking them for all of their kind maritime hospitality, we set our sails towards Halifax and Lunenburg. Maybe our internal GPS is faulty, because as we drove into the foggy rain with forecasts of hurricanes, we ended up heading west and within no time we were in rainy, misty New Brunswick. We had a marvellous breakfast at the Parkview Inn, Oxford NS, ...

    IncrEDIBLE gardens throughout the town

    A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 17, 2014

    15 photos

    I had a slow and lazy day. I slept in until just after 7 am and then had one of my favorite hotel breakfasts: a waffle drowned is syrup with a steaming cup of coffee. Janet was sitting with a lady named Cindy Keenan from South Carolina when I arrived and so Cindy kept me company after Janet left. Cindy is an avid traveller and has visited every state in the USA at one point in time. She had worked in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming so she has seen ...

    Maine: Lobster, Lighthouses and Government Letdown

    A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 07, 2013

    29 photos

    ... tonight was the night. We drove in to Bar Harbor and feasted on our first ever whole Lobsters on the waters edge of the Maine Coast. Being a crab fanatic, I was quite overwhelmed by the intricacy of eating a whole Lobster. For those of you who have not tried it, I would highly suggest it!


    With bellies full of Lobster we hardly heard the torrential rain and gusting winds throughout the night and awoke to clear skies. We decided ...

    More lobster? If I have to...

    A travel blog entry by jmpncw on Sep 18, 2013

    26 photos

    ... br> Bellies full, and lack of sleep catching up, we went back to the tent for a nap. Following asleep to the waves lapping against the shore five paces from your tent is pretty fantastic. I felt incredibly lucky for the 10 seconds I was awake.

    We awoke refreshed and doubled back to visit Penobscot Narrows bridge and observatory. The bridge is a modern technical and architectural marvel. I'm not technical or architectural so I won't even attempt to explain why. I'm sure ...

    Baw Hawba, a tourist mecca

    A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 20, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... br> As usual, we were thrilled with the quality of the knowledge of tour guide who let us know that while we are walking through the local forests, there are three species of snakes: small, medium, and large. Additionally, he pointed out that the National Park Service is not without a sense of humor, naming one of the park's facilities: Thunder Hole Restrooms.

    The town of Bar Harbor was founded on the northeast shore of Mount Desert Island, ...