The Villager Motel

207 Main Street, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States
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80
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89
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20
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  • Couples87
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Acadia National Park Tours: The National Park tour bus, vs. Oli's Trolley, which?

by swdke

I see there are two tour operators to Acadia National Park, the Park service seems to have a bus tour, and there's Oli's Trolley. Which is the better tour to take?

Re: Acadia National Park Tours: The National Park tour bus, vs. Oli's Trolley, which?

by cet84

Great question! If you find out your answer, could you let me know? Thanks!

Re: Acadia National Park Tours: The National Park tour bus, vs. Oli's Trolley, which?

by swdke

We ended up doing Oli's Trolley. It was fun, and I'd recommend it. Though, we did travel last October, and I can't recall why I ended up selecting Oli's Trolley, vs. the National Park tour bus, but just recall it all worked out fine.

Travel Tips for Bar Harbor

Wild Blueberries!

by emilienoelle

Everyone knows that the best wild blueberries come from Maine, and if you're in Bar Harbor, or anywhere in northern Maine, in August you'll find them growing absolutely everywhere. They grow in ditches on the side of the road, on hills, in the woods, on people's lawns. There are so many wild blueberries growing in Maine it's just silly. There are a few different varieties of blueberry bushes out there, both low-growing (scrubby, near the ground) and high-growing (big, tall bushes), so keep an eye out for both.

If you can find a spot where it's ok to pick them, I highly suggest doing so (don't do it in the National Park or on private property!). In fact we bought some ziplock bags and kept them in the car just in case we came across some. You can also purchase wild blueberries at many roadside stands and grocery stores.

Sidewalks are for errr, Kiddies?

by Geoff_Wright

I couldn't decide if this tip belonged in the Local Customs, Transportation, or even Warnings and Dangers, so here it is!

Just be aware when you are windowshopping that you don't get mown down by these Kiddy Buggies going up and down the sidewalks, LOL! don't know what they really were, but I guess nannies/childminders taking the children out for a trip downtown, haha.

Bartlett

by lonestar_philomath

Maine Estate Winery
Open Memorial Day through Columbus day, Mon-Sat 10-17
(closed Holidays and Sundays)
P.O. Box 275
Gouldsboro, Maine 04607

The Bartlett Maine Estate Winery is situated just off of U.S. Route 1, twenty-three miles east of Ellsworth, in Gouldsboro, Maine. Maine State directional signs point the way to the winery.

Where the local's go

by cliffhanger about Poor Boy's Gourmet Restaurant

Just outside the 'main' part of town - away from most of the tourists. Food was reasonably priced and very good. Lobster prepared 10 ways. A nice selection of local micro-brews. Outstanding cheesecake.

They had a $7.95 early bird special with about 8 entrees listed.

I tried to convince them that they need to serve a Framboise Lambic (raspberry flavored dessert beer that goes really good with chocolate) with their Brownie ala mode. Maybe if enough people ask....... Chilled Stone Crab Claws - really enjoyed this special: Lobster Bisque, Salad, Chilled Stone Crab Claws, baked potato, vegetable, brownie ala mode for $15.95

Tea and Popovers in the Wilderness

by diver-x about Jordan Pond House

In Acadia National Park, the Jordan Pond House sits on a gentle slope overlooking the beautiful Jordan Pond and the spectacular hills called the Bubbles. This is a great place to start and end a hike around the pond or to the Bubbles. Famous for it's tea and popovers, the restaurant also has a full menu, function room and gift shop. In nice weather, you can sit outside in the back and enjoy the wonderful view. We had the tea and popovers, of course!

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 The Villager Motel

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Address: 207 Main Street, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States