Bar Harbor Cottage Rental Photos and Description
5 bedrooms/3 baths, sleeps 10
Known for decades to locals and visitors, alike, as the beloved George's restaurant, the new owners are lovingly renovating and restoring this gorgeous cottage back to a private residence. Spacious rooms, lovely garden views, a sweet gazebo for outdoor entertaining— George's Garden is a wonderful haven right in the heart of downtown Bar Harbor. And it's just a 2 minute walk to the Shore Path, about a 1/2 mile walking path along the eastern shore of Bar Harbor. Created around 1880, the Shore Path provides the perfect morning or afternoon walk for those who want to enjoy the ocean and see the four Porcupine Islands, as well as the rocky granite shores and beautiful old mansions.
If you love being right in town, this is the ideal location. Walk to all the restaurants, shops, whale watch tours. Just 4 minutes to Acadia National Park's Loop Road, where you'll enjoy hiking, biking, carriage road walks, beaching, bird watching, swimming and the most beautiful vistas in the world.
This 2-story, five bedroom cottage features one king bedroom and a twins bedroom on the first floor, as well as the living room, kitchen, dining and a bathroom with double sinks and double showers (it also has heated floors and heated towel rack!). The second floor features one queen bedroom, one king, one bedroom with two twins, and a full bathroom (tub and separate shower). The queen and king bedrooms have peek-a-boo views of the ocean!
The large kitchen is fully stocked with a dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, blender, cookware and dining ware. There are 2 cable TVs, a stereo, DVD player, and high speed Internet. A couple of the bedrooms have in-window A/C units. There is a gas BBQ grill, and outdoor dining for ten on the patio under the gazebo.
Other amenities include a washer/dryer, off street parking for up to 3 cars, and lovely landscaped gardens.
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- suitable for elderly or infirm