Harbor Ridge

Address: 39 Freeman Ridge Road, Southwest Harbor, Maine, 04679, United States | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located on 39 Freeman Ridge Road, Southwest Harbor, is near Maine State Sea Kayak, Quiet Side Cafe & Ice Cream Shop, Wendell Gilley Museum of Bird Carving, and Hinckley Yachts.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbor Ridge Southwest Harbor

    Reviewed by tendashseven

    Great Property at a Great Price!

    Reviewed Aug 30, 2014
    by (18 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    I assume we got a great deal due to the change from high season to low season. We were assigned a fantastic three story townhouse with amazing views and all of the amenities we desired for our long weekend stay in the area. The staff were warm, friendly and accommodating and even immediately replaced a lobster pot that had a hole in it when we went to cook our fresh, live lobster.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Harbor Ridge Southwest Harbor

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Southwest Harbor

    Southwest Harbor - Red Trails to Mordor

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 30, 2014

    5 comments, 42 photos

    We leave the Bar Harbor area of MDI and head to its Southwest Harbor area. Some say that Southwest Harbor is one of Maine's best kept secrets and it is often called "the jewel" of MDI and the Acadia National Park region. Called the "quiet side", this quaint town is surrounded by the quiet beauty of Acadia

    Our first stop in this area is an …

    All good things must come to an end...

    A travel blog entry by debdewalt on Mar 02, 2014

    7 comments, 8 photos

    Who said this anyway? And why must it be so?? I supose the reality of the end of a wonderful adventure is not only inenviable but does leave one so grateful for haveing had the adventure and yet hopeful that there will be more to come.

    I am sorry to have let so many days go by since my last entry but my North Island days and nights were filled with wonderful hospitality, making some new friends, re-conecting with old ...

    The Road Less Traveled

    A travel blog entry by bethh1902 on Sep 03, 2013

    13 photos

    ... day here in Acadia, and the owner had told me, "TRY to get lost here on the island," in order to get the real experience of Mount Desert Island. Now, inside I chuckled and wanted to say, "do you have any idea who you are talking to? I carry a GPS on my phone, AAA Triptiks AND a map when I travel just so I won't get lost!!! I am terrified of getting lost!" But I know what he meant, get off the beaten path and check out the road less travelled ...

    Diver Ed's Dive in Theater

    A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 29, 2013

    3 comments, 29 photos

    ... the boat is completely covered and not dependant upon the weather as all the activity is taking place under the sea.

    We were the first to arrive at the College of the Atlantic at the meet up point at the Dorr Natural History museum. We were greeted by 'Captain Evil', aka Ed's wife, Edna who is such a lovely person. She was most amused to learn that the trip was recommended to us by our Welsh friends and proceeded to name the ...

    Penobscot Mountain via Jordans cliff trail

    A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 28, 2013

    4 comments, 24 photos



    Today was free of organised activities, so we decided it was a good hiking day. We reviewed the maps and the hike descriptions given to us by the owner of the house. She described the hike to Penobscot mountain via the Jordan cliff traill as her 11 year olds favourite hike and that she had been doing it since she was 6 or 7. The trail is described as involving metal rungs and log bridges so not for the faint of ...