This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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Beech Hill Pond Travel Tips
Discover Beautiful Maine From Beech Hill Pond Vacation Rentals
If you want to find a relaxing destination in a beautiful setting, consider Beech Hill Pond vacation rentals. The area is one of the tiny, rural communities close to Acadia. Other nearby areas include Ellsworth, about 20 minutes away; Bangor, which is 30 minutes away; Mount Dessert Island, just shy of an hour's drive from Beech Hill Pond; and Augusta, which is 85 miles away. Whether you decide to head out to one of the surrounding towns or spend your day in Beech Hill Pond, you're sure to find an activity to enjoy.
Appreciate Year-Round Fun With Beech Hill Pond Lodging
When you rent Beech Hill Pond lodging, you'll have a variety of activities no matter what season it is. In the summer the pond is a great destination for swimming, kayaking, or fishing. Make a pot of coffee in the fully equipped kitchen and listen to the loons that call the pond home as you get ready for your day. Springtime hosts budding trees and flowers and returning wildlife. In autumn, trees display foliage in brilliant reds, yellows, and oranges. During the winter you can enjoy snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.
Make Memories at Acadia Cottages
From cozy Acadia cottages to custom luxury homes, the area around Beech Hill Pond offers different styles of vacation homes. While amenities vary by property, some offer multiple bedrooms with kitchens equipped with dishwashers and microwaves. Others offer furnished living rooms, bedrooms, and dining areas. Acadia is also the home to Acadia National Park, one of the most visited parks in the United States. It offers views of mountains, the ocean, and forests in a habitat that protects the native wildlife. Bar Harbor is close to the park, and it offers shopping, dining, and other local attractions.