Escape to the Island of Excitement
At the Bar Harbor Motel you'll be staying at a motel of comfort and relaxation for your entire family. With direct access to Acadia National Park you can walk or bike from the property to some of the finest attractions Maine has to offer. Spend a few days exploring the sheer cliffs, towering forests, and rocky beaches of Acadia National Park. Rent a kayak or explore a hiking trail to gain a better appreciation of the rugged beauty. Also, the eight oldest golf course in the country is less than five minutes away!
Looking for a good place to hit the links on your trip to Maine? Well with a stay at Bar Harbor Motel you'll be near some of the best golfing in the area. In fact, the nearby by Kebo Valley Golf Club is the eight oldest golf course in the country and frequently partners with the Bar Harbor Motel to offer guests special deals!
At Bar Harbor Motel you'll get a taste of the joys of island life. With peaceful coastlines and towering forests, you'll enjoy and absorb the tranquility that comes from the area. But, just because it's peaceful doesn't mean that there aren't plenty of fun activities on the island too!
Located right next door to Acadia National Park, there's lots of nature to enjoy around Bar Harbor Motel. Whether you want to explore the area by hiking or biking, or want to focus on something more nautically themed like a kayak trip, you're sure to have a wonderful time. And you'll probably need more than one trip to see it all!
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 86 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Bar Harbor
- Nearby Water Bar Harbor
- Open Dates May 3 to Oct 27
- Hancock County-Bar Harbor Airport (BHB) / 7.7 miles
- Dewitt Field,Old Town Municipal Airport (OLD) / 44.4 miles
- Bangor International Airport (BGR) / 41.1 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights
- Wildlife & Nature
- Air Conditioning
- Alarm Clock
- Hair Dryer
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Rock Climbing
- Horseback Riding