Get away from it all in this quiet mountaintop cottage with magnificent views and spectacular sunsets across Blue Hill Bay. Completely furnished 2-bedroom /1-bath cottage sleeps six and has an additional spacious loft, full kitchen with all the necessities, cathedral ceilings, deck, view and lovely field stone fireplace. Locked laundry facility steps from the cottage: electric washer and dryer: no extra cost! Only minutes to downtown Bar Harbor and beautiful Eagle Lake. And just outside your door overlook– breathtaking Acadia National Park!
Other conveniences include a laundry room just steps outside the door, weekly cleaning service, DISH TV, and located on a private road with no through traffic. Within walking distance; the Island Explorer shuttle route. We're also pet friendly.Note: The cottage is located on a sloping back yard from the deck which allows for access to the fire pit, blueberry picking, hiking, and incredible, relaxing sunset views.
Sunset Point Cottage: Sunset Point, which enjoys the highest cottage views in Acadia, is a winterized cottage that is comfortable from April through November. There's electric heat in every room, plus a working fireplace. Start the day with a leisurely breakfast with blueberries picked just outside the cottage. Then, after a busy schedule of sightseeing, climbing, biking, sea kayaking, whale watching, or swimming, we recommend a quiet hike to secluded Aunt Betty's Pond followed by a sunset cookout.
In full summer season, as well as in Spring and Fall (May & June/September & October) Bar Harbor and the towns on Mount Desert Island offer a wide variety of experiences -- festivals, art shows, competitions, great food, and more. Eat in at the cottage or go out for family and gourmet dining in Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor.
Driving Directions to Sunset Point: Driving Directions to Sunset Point cottage: Included in welcome packet.
Acadia National Park: Acadia National park and Mount Desert Island offer such a wide variety of activities for all ages that it is difficult to summarize. We recommend that you visit the park website, the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center in Trenton, or the visitors center in Acadia Park for more details. See also our extra page for suggested activities.