This charming condominium is located in the heart of Bar Harbor. With three floors you will enjoy its spaciousness and well-planned design.Updated in 2004, this home is wondererfully located in the village of Bar Harbor. FIRST FLOOR: Open floor plan with tiled Kitchen. Dining Area with table that seats six comfortably and Living Room with fireplace and wet bar. Access to private deck with furnishings. SECOND FLOOR: Bedroom with twins. Bedroom with double bed. Share stacked washer and dryer and full Bathroom. THIRD FLOOR: Master Bedroom Suite with queen bed and private Full Bath. PORCH/DECK: Ground level deck with furnishings and barbecue. APPLIANCES: Standard Kitchen appliances include dishwasher, microwave and garbarge disposal. Washer/Dryer. Gas Grill. Cable TV/VCR/DVD. Wi-Fi Internet and fans in each bedroom. LINENS: Kitchen, bedroom and bathroom linens are included. Please bring beach towels. Parking for 1 car only but there is nearby street parking for additional autos. No pets.
Acadia National Park: •Explore the park's scenic 45-mile carriage road system on a bike or horse-drawn carriage tour.
•Hike through forests and up mountains on 125 miles of historic hiking trails.
•Visit the west side of Mount Desert Island, including stops at the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, Carroll Homestead guided trail, and the Ship Harbor or Wonderland trails.
•Take one of our ranger-narrated boat cruises to learn about sea life, island history, and more. Other ranger-led walks, talks, hikes, and amphitheater programs are available daily from late May to early October.
•Have tea and popovers at the Jordan Pond House, a tradition for more than a century.
The historic carriage road system at Acadia National Park features 17 stone-faced bridges spanning streams, waterfalls, cliffs, and roads. The design of each bridge, such as Cobblestone Bridge, is unique.
•Investigate the Nature Center, where you can learn about plants and animals and how the park manages them.
Things to do in Bar Harbor: For the culturally inclined, Bar Harbor offers two celebrated music festivals offering everything from string orchestras, through chamber music, to jazz. As for Bar Harbor nightlife, bars and clubs host a range of bands and solo artists that complete the musical mix. Movies have never seemed more enjoyable than when seen in our art-deco theater, and the scope of Bar Harbor's museums belie the small size of the town. Here you can learn about Bar Harbor's 'Gilded Age', the island's Native American heritage, the Gulf of Maine's unique ecosystems and species, our town's award winning microbrews, and the natural wonder of Acadia National Park. Bar Harbor shopping is another relaxing pastime, if you'd like some mementos with which to remember your trip or need any clothing, accessories, or crafts. It is also worth noting that Bar Harbor is home to the USA's eighth oldest golf course (Kebo Valley Golf Club) which wraps itself between the mountains and the shore.