- Liked: Cleanliness
Property was close to the main Acadia National Park entrance, approximately 20 minutes. Parking was down the street not easy to load and unload stuff. No ice machine. Bed was uncomfortable and sloped in the middle when you slept and need new pillows. Shower stall was really small. Rooms were quaint, clean, and town was nice to walk around. There was a bar and restaurant underneath so you could hear the music but it was bad. There was a nice wine and cheese store next door. Easy bike ride or walk to plenty of breakfast and lunch places. I would stay again just hoping for a different room with a nicer bed.