About the property
- Estate3400 sqft
- Half Baths1
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
6 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms, Sleeps 12
''''La Maisonette'', circa 1886, is a beautiful 3,400 square foot, 6 bedroom home in downtown Bar Harbor nestled within Bar Harbor?s national historic district with a view of Frenchman's Bay and a beautiful 1/2 acre back yard.
Located on West Street, you are a short stroll to restaurants, shops, bike and kayaking rentals in the downtown area. Acadia National Park is just minutes away by car or rent a bike and walk to the shuttle in downtown Bar Harbor which will take you into the park to spend a day riding the Carriage Trail.
At low tide, walk around the corner and enjoy the unique experience of crossing a sand bar to Bar Island or simply walk along the sand bar collecting shells and photographing the spectacular views.
With its shingle style architecture, La Maisonette offers charm and character with high ceilings, detailed woodwork, a staircase tower, a solarium and fireplaces.
La Maisonette is fully furnished and offers a wrap around enclosed porch that provides a brief view of the ocean, 6 bedrooms that sleep 12, 3 full and one partial bathroom, WiFi, and HD TV, we believe it offers everything you need to enjoy a wonderful Bar Harbor vacation.
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- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
Why Angelique Bennett chose Bar Harbor
We began coming to Bar Harbor when our first child was born. We fell in love with the town and Acadia National Park. We now have four children and are thrilled to own this beautiful home so they can grow up visiting Bar Harbor
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Check-in: 5:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Great house for a reunion
Five couples stayed at this house to attend a wedding and, afterwards, to enjoy the area. The location is within walking distance of everything in Bar Harbor. The house has plenty of space for cooking, dining, evening conversation, and spreading out when privacy was needed. Built in 1886 and one of the oldest homes in Bar Harbor, this home has been well-cared-for. The bedrooms are spacious and well-appointed. The kitchen has been fully renovated and the windows replaced (important on a couple of windy nights). Although dated, the bathrooms worked fine. Angelique, the owner, was very responsive and helpful, as were the housekeeper and property manager. I would definitely consider staying at La Maisonette again.
Great Time in Bar Harbor
Thank you very much for the use of your home. The kitchen was well stocked with not only all the amenities, but two refrigerators. The laundry area was also helpful. The house had a high chair and pak and play for our little one.
A perfect family vacation
Perfect house, perfect location to restaurants, shops, a half block from the sand bar, and a perfect distance to Acadia. We came with kids and extended family and loved the many communal spaces in the house and the many doors that could be closed on the first floor to keep the kids from waking up their grandparents. The chefs in our family loved the kitchen!
Best location and wonderful house for a large group.
This was our second year staying here and it did not disappoint. We hope to come back again next summer and enjoy more time exploring all that Acadia has to offer. Thanks!
Loved the house. Location was perfect for everyone. Our family of 11 totally enjoyed the trip to Bar Harbor because of this house! Located close to all the restaurants and attractions we visited we never had to use a car. Beds were comfortable and we had enough bathrooms to accommodate everyone. Washers and dryers were perfectly located for clean towels daily.
I would highly recommend this house for anyone who loves to walk the shore and enjoy a week away from driving.
Very low key vacation
Great location. Porch fantastic. Kitchen well equipped. A week stay maybe a bit long. But nothing to do with the house. Just not enough to do in the area.
I appreciate the response from this renter, but I have to disagree with a week being too long. Acadia National Park is one of the most diverse places I have ever been to. There are days worth of hiking, biking, and walking paths for all ages. Acadia has its own beach. From Bar harbor, there are whale watching, kayaking, and canoeing tours. If you need a break from the outdoors, there is antiquing in Bar Harbor and even more a short drive away in Ellsworth and Bangor. There are also great places to explore in Southwest Harbor. I was just there for a week with 11 women from my family and we quickly ran out of days leaving us planning adventures for our next trip.
Other Activities: boating, wildlife viewing, health/beauty spa, minature golf, shopping, kayaking