Moseley Cottage Inn and Town Motel

Address: 12 Atlantic Avenue, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 12 Atlantic Avenue, Bar Harbor, is near Mount Desert Island, Acadia Mountain Guides Climbing School, Oli's Trolley Acadia Park Tour, and ImprovAcadia.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Moseley Cottage Inn and Town Motel Bar Harbor

      An Eight Day Feast

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      The stay at this inn was a total experience of gracious living in an environment from the Victorian era transported to modern times with all its comforts. Our stay was an eight day feast of fabulous breakfasts: each day a different culinary and aesthetic experience.

      Every detail was attended to from the table settings to the service.

      The warm and generous hospitality given by the hosts, including informative and interesting conversation, went beyond the ususal B&B experience.

      Verena Chase and Shel Taylor

      Next best place to being at home!

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      We have had the pleasure, and I do mean pleasure, of staying at both the Moseley and the Town Motel. We prefer the Inn, but have stayed at the Motel when there were no vacancies, and both were immaculate, well maintained and cared for, and convenient. But perhaps the most important thing that cannot be overlooked, or ever underestimated, are the hosts, Chris and Christine. They are perfect, take their job very seriously, treat each guest individually, and go out of their way to ensure that your stay is both pleasant, satisfying, and memorable. The food is altogether another experience entirely! Breakfast with Chris and Christine is an experience each and every day! All foods are prepared with the best of ingredients, and after staying at the Inn at least four different times, I have never been served anything short of Top Shelf! A super experience that we will hopefully do many more times.

      Completely Awesome!

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      I recently stayed here with a few of my good buddies -- we had two rooms in the motel. We were very happy - the motel is on a quiet street which was great because we were there on Labor day weekend and town was wild! There's a nice yard to hang out in and best of all the innkeepers are super friendly and helpful -- they recommended excellent restaurants (Mama Dimatteos! Burning Tree!) and great, lesser known hikes. The best!

      Clean, comfy, and quiet..

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      Value priced accomodations with first class service, friendly hosts, to die for banana chocolate chip muffins, and comfortable beds. Slept like a baby..I'll be back.

      Moseley - a terrific B&B

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      Lovely B&B on a quiet street off Main in the heart of Bar Harbor. Spotless, quaint, wonderful home made breakfast.

      Very reasonable prices, most hospitable hosts.

      Just stayed for 3 days w/ my Mom and my Beau.

      We all highly recommend the Town Motel and Moseley (complete name) on Atlantic St.

      Great stay at Moseley Cottage & Acadia

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      The folks at the Moseley Cottage Inn provided extremely clean and friendly accommodations. Breakfast was great. They even had vegetarian breakfast options.

      They also gave great suggestions on hikes & walks in Acadia National Park. We has a wonderful stay & plan to return.

      Lovely place to stay in Bar Harbor

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      This is a very nice family-run inn. We've stayed in the bed & breakfast and also the motel. Both are clean and comfortable, and located close to everything in Bar Harbor. The staff are courteous and accomodating. The breakfast is delicious. I recommend it to everyone I meet who is vacationing in Bar Harbor. An excellent value for the price.

      Our Favorite Place to Stay in Bar Harbor

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      We have been staying at the Town Motel & Mosely Cottage every year for the past 7 to 8 years. We have stayed in the house in a charming room and we have stayed in the motel. Our experiences have been great. The location is perfect. You can walk downtown to the harbor and visit shops and restaurants along the way. We'll be there again this year the 3rd week in July.

      A quaint place

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      A clean motel and the owner is very hospitable. We stayed in the motel instead of the B&B. The beds are a bit hard and the pillows as well. No shampoo provided. Overall a decent place but nothing fancy. I think with a little money invested in better bedding it would be great! The coffee in the B&B is not so good.

      First Class Inn!

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      My wife and I have traveled quite a bit over the years, staying in many fine bed and breakfast inns. Most have been pleasant experiences, a few have been exceptional . . . Moseley Cottage Inn falls into the "exceptional" categroy. We have visited the Inn four times over the past five years, and each stay has been a pleasure. The hosts are always congenial, going out of their way to make sure a visit to the fine Inn at Bar Harbor is a memorable one. Always clean, comfortable accommodations await us at Moseley's. The breakfasts are gourmet, always different, with something for everyone, and always delicious! This Inn is a gem nestled on a quiet side street in downtown Bar Harbor. We are already looking forward to our next visit to the Moseley Cottage Inn. Chip and Ginny Derr

      TripAdvisor Reviews Moseley Cottage Inn and Town Motel Bar Harbor

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      Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

      Wednesday, September 17th

      A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 17, 2014

      10 photos

      We enjoyed a beautiful day on Acadia hiking various areas. We started with Gorham Mountain hike which was a little over 2 miles. Then we started back to our car via the Ocean Path, another mile or so. It had great views of the bay! Then we drove out of one area and into another to reach Beech Mountain. Started up on the steeper trail going .4 mile to reach the Fire Tower. It was a rough climb over ...

      Our First Day in Acadia

      A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... it to Thunder Hole in time to see the tide coming in. When the tide comes in, the force of the water rushes into a chasm in the rocks and creates a "thundering" sound. As we watched, the tide would rush in, make a loud sound, and create huge splashes of water. What a neat sight! We actually met a couple on the bus earlier that said in all the years they had been visiting Acadia, they had never ...

      Acadia National Park Travel Review

      A travel blog entry by tah101fall2013 on Dec 11, 2013

      5 comments, 3 photos

      ... and anyone.



      Acadia National Park is located a little over halfway up the Maine coast. You can get to the Park by driving up the coast on 1A or come up Highway 95 to Bangor and East through Ellsworth and then onto Mount Desert Island. If you would like to view detailed driving instructions, click the following link: Driving Instructions to Acadia! Just before you enter the Island, you will drive through the town ...

      Parachutes, Puddles & Pork Chops...

      A travel blog entry by emfletche on Sep 22, 2013

      2 photos

      ... Chip cones watching the world and their boats go by.

      The journey north from here on in is nothing short of spectacular, with sea, mountains and the fall foliage just starting to turn from green to wonderful crimsons and oranges. Today is officially the first day of Fall! The sun is setting as we pull into the driveway of Aysgarth Station, our 'home from home’ for the next three nights. In fact, it is very ...

      The Road Less Traveled

      A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Sep 03, 2013

      13 photos

      ... is a trail that goes from the Harbor along the coast. I walked some of that, but I was pretty tired after my earlier hike, so mostly I just sat on one of their benches. Before I knew it, it was time for an early dinner and I headed to a different restaurant at the Harbor for my first Live Maine Lobster dinner!!! The only other Live Maine lobster I think I have ever had was on a camping trip with John Rayfield, and well, if you were on ...