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Just on the edges of downtown Bar Harbor, overlooking Kebo Valley Golf Course, this Victorian styled cottage welcomes you home. Playing is the key word to the fun that surrounds this cottage - playing in Acadia National Park just a 1/8 of a mile up the road, playing a round of golf at one of the oldest first tees in the US, or playing a game of chess in the study. With six bedroom and three bathroom, this cottage has space for everyone and a gourmet kitchen to feed them all.  

  • Directly across from Kebo Valley Golf Course

  • 1/8 of a mile to the Park Loop road of Acadia National Park

  • Large living room and gourmet kitchen

  • LCD, WiFi, game station & more


Acadia National Park is just seconds away and offers 52 miles of carriage roads and hiking trails. The carriage roads were originally build by John Rockefeller for casual rides in a carriage draw by his strong team of horses. Today, horses and carriages still use the road along with mountain bikers, hikers, joggers, bird watcher, nature photographers, and all those who want to sooth their souls in the sweet pine scented forests and rocky beaches of Acadia. A park pass, good for a day or a week, can be purchased just off the Bar Harbor Village Green or the Park Entrance stations.

Traveler's Shoes

Bar Harbor is full of delicious restaurants and interesting shop. A sunset cruise on the Margaret Todd, learning to rock climb or paddle board, renting bikes, taking a kayak tour, or just a stroll along the Shore Path will add adventure to a family vacation you won't soon forget. If cultural pursuits are more interesting to you, the Abbe Museum, Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor Historical Society, or making a scavenger hunt for the Museum in the Streets sign will keep you engaged. For evening entertainment check out Acadia Improv, Reel Pizza, or the historic Criterion Theatre. Maine is the way life should be and Bar Harbor is home of the Good Life.

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