Maples Inn – Gay Friendly Bar Harbor, Maine Bed & Breakfast

Author: , July 5th, 2019

Maples Inn

The Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast takes you back to the turn-of-the-century in Bar Harbor, Maine – come stay with us for a taste of the simple life, and let go of the real world and all the stress of modern times.

Our Mount Desert Island bed and breakfast was originally built in 1903, as a retreat for well-to-do summer visitors. The inn sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, within easy walking distance of Bar Harbor’s quaint boutique shops, great restaurants, and the nearby ocean.

We’re also just five minutes away from Acadia National Park, where you can find outdoor adventures thw whole year through – watch the sun set from Cadillac Mountain or see the waves crash against Schooner Head.

Acadia National Park also has more than a hundred of hiking trails, including easy walks and more difficult hikes. There are also forty miles of carriage roads, ideal for walking and bike riding.

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Maples Inn – Bar Harbor Gay Bed & Breakfast

Author: , January 2nd, 2019

Maples Inn

The Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast takes you back to the turn-of-the-century in Bar Harbor, Maine – come stay with us for a taste of the simple life, and let go of the real world and all the stress of modern times.

Our Mount Desert Island bed and breakfast was originally built in 1903, as a retreat for well-to-do summer visitors. The inn sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, within easy walking distance of Bar Harbor’s quaint boutique shops, great restaurants, and the nearby ocean.

We’re also just five minutes away from Acadia National Park, where you can find outdoor adventures thw whole year through – watch the sun set from Cadillac Mountain or see the waves crash against Schooner Head.

See the Maples Inn Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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Graycote Inn – Bar Harbor Gay Friendly B&B

Author: , January 3rd, 2018

Graycote Inn - Bar Harbor Gay Friendly B&B

Step back into the Bar Harbor of a quieter era and be our guest at the historic Graycote Inn – we’re open year-round. Graycote was also the first green-certified lodging in Bar Harbor.

Sleep in one of our comfortable, spacious guest rooms, each with a king or queen bed – many with canopy – and private bath. Some of our guest rooms have a working wood-burning fireplace, sunroom, private sitting room, or balcony. We also offer free off-street parking – you don’t need to worry when a winter storm is on its way), and free wifi throughout the Graycote Inn.

Start your day with a tray of locally-roasted coffee just outside your room, then come down to a leisurely full, hot breakfast served to you at your table on the sunny enclosed porch spring through fall, or in the dining room before a cozy fire in winter. Our delicious breakfast is made from scratch each morning.

Enjoy afternoon refreshments on the veranda or in front of the living room fireplace. Play croquet on the lawn, or take a nap in one of the hammocks. Bar Harbor’s many restaurants, shops, and galleries are just a short walk away.

You’ll also be just a mile away from Acadia National Park, with sixty miles of car-free carriage roads, 120 miles of hiking trails, and some of the most majestic coastline in the State of Maine. The carriage roads become excellent cross-country ski trails in winter.

The Graycote is here to welcome you in any season, whether you wish to “do it all” in the great outdoors, or simply relax and recharge your batteries on the country’s most beautiful island.

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Maples Inn – Bar Harbor, Maine

Author: , May 19th, 2017

Maples Inn

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

The Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast takes you back to the turn-of-the-century in Bar Harbor, Maine – come stay with us for a taste of the simple life, and let go of the real world and all the stress of modern times.

Our Mount Desert Island bed and breakfast was originally built in 1903, as a retreat for well-to-do summer visitors. The inn sits on a quiet, tree-lined street in a residential neighborhood, within easy walking distance of Bar Harbor’s quaint boutique shops, great restaurants, and the nearby ocean.

We’re also just five minutes away from Acadia National Park, where you can find outdoor adventures thw whole year through – watch the sun set from Cadillac Mountain or see the waves crash against Schooner Head.

Acadia National Park also has more than a hundred of hiking trails, including easy walks and more difficult hikes. There are also forty miles of carriage roads, ideal for walking and bike riding.

Between late spring and early fall, there’s also great whale watching, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and many other water sports. If you like to try a little bit of everything, we can help you fill up an entire week with great activities here on the island.

And there are also some fantastic day trip options, including Blue Hill, Deer Isle, Castine, and the Schoodic Peninsula.

Your hosts know Mount Desert Island inside and out, and will be happy to help you find all the great activities Bar Harbor and the surrounding area have to offer.

We serve a large breakfast every morning in our sunny dining room – enjoy culinary treats and meet the other guests staying at Maples Inn B&B. In the afternoon, we provide refreshments on the front porch in the warmer months and before our blazing fireplace in the wintertime.

Escape to Bar Harbor, Maine, and stay with us at Maples Inn Bed & Breakfast on Mount Desert Island.

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Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Aysgarth Station, Bar Harbor, Maine

Author: , March 11th, 2015

Aysgarth Station

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

The Inn offers YEAR ROUND accommodations minutes from Acadia National Park (a great place for “Birders”) on Mt. Desert Island. Aysgarth Station extends New England hospitality, and quiet country comfort in a uniquely casual atmosphere. Situated in downtown Bar Harbor …. just a short walk to the waterfront and town center, where you’ll find a wealth of distinctive shops and incredible eateries …. and only a 5 minute drive to the Ferry Terminal for traveling to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

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