Bar Harbor Villager Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBar Harbor Villager Motel
You couldn't ask for a better location. The Villager is located in the center of Bar Harbor, and easily within walking distance of all of the town's attractions. The price is reasonable and competitive, and the service is great.
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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor
... and Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (Salisbury Cove village). Prior to a catastrophic 1947 fire the town was a famous summer colony for the super-affluent elite. Bar Harbour is home to the largest parts of Acadia National Park, including Cadillac Mountain, the highest point within twenty-five miles (40 km) of the coastline of the Eastern United States."the rest of the 2 hours was filled in with ...
... us to our first stop at Sand Beach. There, we got out and walked down to the beach. It looked so different from the beaches we are accustomed to at home. This beach looked like a horseshoe that was surrounded by large rocks and tall cliffs. We walked down the beach to the ocean where Clay thought it would be funny to pull me into the freezing cold water. Luckily, it was only my feet that were ...
... to offer both in-staters who are looking for an exciting day trip or out-of-staters who want the chance to find out what the Maine coast is all about.
One of the great things about Acadia National Park is that there is a variety of scenery for you to see. Whether you are interested in walking along the rocky coast, hiking a mountain or lying on the beach, Acadia National Park is the place for you. Click here to see ...
... look like I have no control over my bladder.
We continue our journey, heated seats ramped up to full to help dry my wet seat and my wet bottom. I am now sitting in a pool of luke-warm water instead. Still, by the time we take a detour down to Boothbay Harbor, I have dried out considerably.
We have a welcome hot drink in the Red Coffee House – no unfortunate spillages this time around – and an ...
... coves and inlets and harbors tucked in here and there that were nice to see. I took the short walk to a view of Bass Harbor Lighthouse, which was pretty to see on the rocky Maine coast. Then I found a nice trail called Ship Harbor, and it followed the shore of a small inlet and loops back through the Maine forest. It was a beautiful hike! When I reached the point where the ocean enters the harbor, I just sat for awhile on the rocky coast. ...