A beautiful old house in the heart of the village. Lots of character, history in this place. Huge shared space where you could eat your breakfast, have a coffee or just relax. Large room, large bathroom and very quiet. Can walk to all the shops,...เพิ่มเติม
The Central House is in a very good location in Bar Harbor and you can park free and walk to shops, restaurants, and bars. A good selection of coffee, tea, and hot chocolate available on the sun porch. No breakfast is served but there are...เพิ่มเติม
A lovely old house with lots of character. The rooms were a good size, although could have been a little cleaner. The shared space was lovely downstairs so you could relax and enjoy breakfast / a drink on comfortable sofas / chairs. Great location just...เพิ่มเติม
This felt like an old boarding room house - I would have liked to know more of its history! Great location with off street parking - you are in walking distance to the village and harbor as well as a short drive to Arcadia State...เพิ่มเติม
Staying here makes me want to reenact scenes from classic period piece movies! It's even better than what the pictures show! They have cabinets of floral teacups! The rooms are spacious and very well maintained. Everything works fine in the bathroom. WiFi is fine and...เพิ่มเติม
My wife and i are planning an anniversary trip in September 2015 to Maine from Pennsylvania. I am sure that I read the answer to my question somewhere, but I cannot remember. Does the Central House have air conditioned rooms? Is airy conditioning needed in September?
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I would stay in Bar Harbor for three days. Just park your car there and you are all set. You can walk to the shops, restaurants and the water. You can hop on the buses everyday and go into Arcadia National Park. My... เพิ่มเติม
I would stay in Bar Harbor for three days. Just park your car there and you are all set. You can walk to the shops, restaurants and the water. You can hop on the buses everyday and go into Arcadia National Park. My husband and I hiked two days in the park, ate lobster at the waterfront, browsed the shops, went on a sailboat ride, rented bikes and just had a great time. You will love it there. We ate breakfast at Jordan's also every morning, it is a great place to eat and very friendly.
"First floor if you want to avoid carrying your luggage up stairs"