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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

Recent Acadia National Park reviews

  • Stunning views and impeccable property

    "This was one of the most beautiful and relaxing vacations of our life. The views of the quiet SW harbor from the house where like Heaven. I did not want to leave. The small town was close enough to walk to, or there was large parking lot of the main street for run to any shop/store. Beal's Lobster was a walk down the street for Lobster straight out of the water. Doesn't get any better than a fresh Maine Lobster. Bar Harbor and hundreds of hiking trails are a quick drive away (no more than 20 mins). We bought our 5-month old Chocolate Lab. She loved the water and went into as often as we would allow. There was nothing that these two house didn't have that we needed. Oh and the beds are excellent! That is important to us with bad backs and recent back surgeries. You can tell the owners spared no expense on 'every' bed. The decorating was gorgeous throughout both houses. We will certainly come back."
    Guest: Carrie S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 9, 2016
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  • Indian Head Provides Your Family and Friends with Their Own World

    "Some of the best things about Indian Head Camp are all the things it doesn't have. No wifi, spotty cell coverage, no TVs, no AC, no neighbors, and there's no sense of time here. Outside of a few sparse modern conveniences, it's pretty easy to feel like you've stepped many decades into the past. Or, staying in the present, the rustic buildings and the primitive nature of the densely forested property can make you feel as if you've gotten lost and stumbled onto a forgotten encampment in the woods. Vacations here are about being surrounded by family, friends, nature and simplicity. Lobster dinners in the great room, gorgeous sunsets on the deck, morning coffee and a book on a beachside boulder, discovering old family artifacts in the various buildings, ferrying the kids out to the rock outcropping in Mitchell's Cove at low tide to hunt for shells, playing lawn games in the old croquet field, doing puzzles on the coffee table, wine and storytelling by the fireplaces at night, taking the first bath you've taken in who knows how long, hunting for driftwood... there are so many easy, simple pleasures to be enjoyed without even going back up the driveway. When you do venture out into Mount Desert Island's version of the real world, there are seemingly endless options for both adventure and relaxation, but there are plenty of other places to read about those possibilities. The magic of Indian Head is how it nurtures much deeper, truer connections—to family, friends, nature and self—than our "connected" world can. It is an incomparable backdrop for creating memories that become a part of you and the people you spend time with here."
    Guest: Sean H. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 26, 2016
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  • Very nice property.

    "We had a lovely stay in this home. This was our first visit to Bar Harbor and we truly loved the experience. The locals are so warm, welcoming and courteous. We enjoyed our tours through Acadia and a lunch at Jordan Pond is a must. Our whale watching cruise was fantastic...a male and female breached together, then he, breached many times to show off to the female and to his captive audience...a wonderful experience. Shaun, the property owner, is an exceptional young man. He takes great pride in this home and was so helpful for all the questions we had. Bar Harbor will always have a place in our hearts, The Kleinfelders, Carefree, AZ"
    Guest: Carole and Jim K. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 7, 2016
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  • Amazing

    "Such a beautiful place! Clean and cute. Would definitely recommend staying here! Plus, John was a great host!"
    Guest: Garrett E. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 19, 2017
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