Bar Harbor Villager Motel
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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
... for a while, can't believe that we've actually completed that part of the trip! Our first adventure was going through the border crossing at St Stephens, New Brunswick into Calais Maine, it is tiny! We were already in the lineup before we realized & got a bit worried that the motorhome & car wouldn't fit through - it was like many gas stations a tight squeeze!! We drove very slowly & managed okay in the end. The ...
... extrememly fast. In addition to the lobster, we had coleslaw, corn on the cob, a roll and THE BEST blueberry pie a la mode. Energized from the intricate process of picking a lobster, we decided to drive into Bar Harbor for a few hours. We drove through Acadia National Park and followed the park loop road around Cadillac Mountain following Sand Beach Trail. This led us to Thunder Hole which is a rock formation that has been so badly ...
... and that appears to be the only way to get there. I saved the beach for later and took the Ocean Path. This walk goes from the beach to the Otter Cliffs and is 1.5 miles. Most of the path is fairly even but there are some portions where you do a little climbing. Thunder Hole is .7 miles in on the walk. There is a small gift shop there as well as bathrooms and a bus stop. Thunder Hole wasn’t as loud as it had been on Friday, but it was ...
... creating pink, cinnamon flavoured candies with bittersweet chocolate in the centre, known rather unappetizingly as chicken bones (!), using real fruit purée to make fruit snacks, and interestingly, they used Acadian heroine Evangeline as their symbol until 1978. Let's just say I'm pretty sure no one walked out of the door empty handed, and there was a scandalous amount of chocolate and sugar being consumed and shared on the bus shortly afterwards, with no one to tell us ...
... we had very limited time. Our original plan was to bike the carriage trails (recommended by multiple people), but between the heat and the time crunch, we decided to drive the Loop Road and visit places along the way. Cadillac Mountain, the highest point in the park at 1,530 ft, had unbeatable views and my rock loving children had a good time exploring the area. Every stop had a beauty of it's own but our favorite by far was Otter Cliffs. Otter Cliffs ...