PO Box 90
Prospect Harbor, ME 04669 US
Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Visa, Diners Club, Carte Blanche, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.
The types of beds available include Twin, Queen and King.
Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Early Coffee/Tea, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Vegetarian Breakfast and Afternoon Tea.
Amenities In Room: Modem Hook-Up, Reading Lamps, Ceiling Fans, Telephone, Data Ports, Desk, table fans, fresh flowers, quilts, wingback chairs, rocking chairs and bedtime stories.
Amenities On Site: Library, Parlor Games, Computers, PC, Phone, Fax, Fireplace, Swimming, Limited Handicap Access, refrigerator, coffeemaker, stereo, croquet, horseshoes, gardens and art gallery.
“This is our best bed and breakfast experience. Hope to return soon.”
“We booked this based on the description of being five minutes from Acadia National Park. We thought that meant close to Mt. Desert Island. Our fault for not double checking. We had never been to Acadia before and didn't realize the park next to this Inn was Schoodic. We ended up having an hour plus "commute" each day/each way. And it had already taken us 8 hours to get there. The sandy beach pictures and written description of it are very misleading. Between the Inn property and the water is a two lane highway, guard rail, many yards of overgrowth and rocks. The only time we saw any sand was when the tide was out. Our room was tiny but adequate. We were only there to sleep and for breakfast. The bathroom was terrible. Shower head sprayed in every direction but on your body. Towels were postage sized and hung so low they almost dragged on the floor. We never laid eyes on the owners in four days time. Two things going for this place were the other guests, who were gracious, kind and very nice, and the three course breakfasts that were excellent in both taste and presentation. Also, the Inn has well kept grounds. But those three things are not enough for us to even consider Paying the price to stay at the Oceanside again.”
— Elizabeth Bosco