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Une retraite de la vie quotidienne. Ouvert toute l'année. Premier logement certifié vert de Bar Harbor de n'importe quel type. Hôtes soulignent ingrédients locaux. Toutes les chambres ont un lit king ou queen - beaucoup avec auvent - et salle de bain privée. Certaines chambres disposent d'une cheminée à bois, véranda, salon privé, ou d'un balcon. Commencez la journée avec un plateau de café torréfié sur place à votre chambre alors descendu à un petit-déjeuner chaud servi à votre table sur notre véranda ensoleillée ou dans la salle à manger en face d'un feu de bois en hiver. Les produits de boulangerie sont fabriqués à partir de zéro chaque matin. Profitez des rafraîchissements après-midi sur la véranda ou devant la cheminée du salon. Jouer au croquet sur la pelouse, ou faire une sieste dans un hamac. Restaurants, boutiques et galeries sont à une courte distance de marche. Nous sommes seulement un mile de l'Acadia National Park avec 60 miles de routes carrossables, 120 miles de sentiers de randonnée, et des miles de la côte le plus majestueux de l'État du Maine. Le Graycote est là pour vous accueillir en toute saison, si vous voulez "tout faire" en plein air, ou simplement vous détendre et "recharger vos batteries" sur la plus belle île du pays.
5 sur octobre 23, 2016
The place, the room, the breakfast, the owners, Pat & Roger, everything was just PERFECT!
4,8 sur octobre 17, 2016
We tried to find lodging for our last minute plan to visit Acadia NP/Bar Harbor. The highly rated ones according to TripAdvisor or other sites were long fully booked. I stumbled on this B&B on TripAdvisor with great rating but only available for 2 of the evenings. After calling the inn, I was so happy to have all the lodging taken care of. The innkeepers are fantastic, friendly and gave wonderful advice from where to go, local favorites etc. Breakfast was great with local fruit and on the light side. The location is not far from the busy downtown area but it is a easy 10 min walk to shops and restaurants. We will definitely stay here again if we are back in Bar Harbor.
4,8 sur août 27, 2016
The Echo Suite was convenient for a family. Room service was timely and neat. Breakfast was gourmet and delicious. Mr. Roger and Mrs. Pat were very accomdative to our late late arrival. And they provided good advice for places to look around and dine in. They made the efforts to make our stay comfortable. The Inn is close to everything including bike shops, grocery store, restaurant, echo lake, and Acadia. Would love to check the Eagle Lake Suite next time as I was our first choice.
4,6 sur août 22, 2016
We've stayed at Graycote several times and found it to be consistent in service and in comfort. The breakfast is always wholesome and healthy served in a bright and cheery patio. The innkeepers are helpful with their advice on trails and the restaurants in the area. If you;re looking for a quiet and place with free wifi this is it!
5 sur août 21, 2016
This was our first experience in staying at a Bed and Breakfast so we were somewhat apprehensive. The location, the expert guidance on local information, the relaxed peaceful and quite atmosphere, the attention given to the individual needs of the guests, the delicious and healthy breakfasts, the afternoon snacks, and the comfortable well kept accommodations all combined to make it a wonderful and enjoyable stay. Being there enhanced our enjoyment of visiting Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Pat and Roger were warm, friendly and accommodating. They were more than happy to provide us with any special requests we made. Needless to say, we highly recommend the Graycote Inn and will certainly stay there if we visit Bar harbor again.
5 sur juillet 16, 2016
We loved our 3 night stay at the Graycote Inn. The room was spacious, spotless, and very comfortable. There were all sorts of extras, from logs for the fireplace, a folding table for computer, candy on the nightstand, robes and slippers, early coffee and tea left outside the room for early risers, afternoon cookies and cider, tidying up daily, etc. We couldn't have been more pleased. Downtown is an easy walk from the inn. We plan on recommending Graycote to our friends.
5 sur février 04, 2016
Our hosts at the Graycote Inn made our first visit to Bar Harbor so delightful that we can't wait to go back. The rooms are immaculate, comfortable, and beautifully furnished down to the last detail of special reading lights above the headboard of the bed; Roger and Pat gave all kinds of tips about things to do and places to go and eat in Bar Harbor, and they even had CDs to lend for use in our car in order to go on a self-guided tour of Acadia National Park; and best of all, they had the best breakfasts ever! Roger served each table with a different delightful meal each morning. The fact that the yummy breakfasts were actually vegetarian and nutritious was a bonus. We highly recommend the Graycote Inn!
5 sur janvier 15, 2016
My husband and I spend a week or 2 in Bar Harbor every summer. Over the years we have stayed at many B&Bs. Graycote is by far the best (in our humble opinions) and has become our favorite, go-to place to stay. Pat and Roger, the owners, always make us feel welcome and are more than knowledgable about the history of Bar Harbor, upcoming events, and anything else you want to know about the island. The Inn is beautiful and well cared for, with a well manicured property, providing a welcoming environment to relax from hiking or shopping. The breakfasts are amazing - my husbands favorite by far of any inn we've stayed at. It's also just a short walk to downtown bar harbor. In my experience, you won't find a better B&B.
5 sur décembre 19, 2015
Beautiful Victorian inn. Easy walk to a variety of excellent restaurants. Mt. Desert & Acadia National Park offer a wide range of outdoor activities on land & water. Cozy rooms with nice furnishings & great art work. Amazing breakfasts. Friendly & helpful innkeepers & staff. We will definitely visit again.
5 sur septembre 22, 2015
We chose the Graycote Inn for our three night stay in Bar Harbor because of the reviews and price. It was far beyond our expectations. The location is a short walk from the village with ample off street parking. Grounds are beautifully manicured and inviting to sit out and relax. Front porch is lovely, overlooking the grounds. A great gathering place to meet new people and share experiences. The interior is just beautiful! Victorian furnishings, tasteful and not overdone. Very comfortable living room, large dining room and side porch that is the breakfast dining area. The bedrooms are large, have many sunny windows making them bright and cheery. We stayed in the Somes Sound Suite, and it was perfect! On second floor, large comfortable king size bed, full bath, and a separate sitting room. What makes the Graycote a step above?.... The innkeepers, Pat and Roger go beyond their roles! They supply you with a wealth of area information and are so knowledgeable about the island. The inn has listings of restaurants, activities, tours, anything you would need for your stay! They even will loan you a CD tour of Acadia (which I would strongly recommend if this is your first visit to the area). Another special feature at Graycote is a sit down breakfast that is served to you. Talk about delicious food! I enjoy a cup of coffee upon waking, and each morning, there was a hot carafe of coffee right outside our door for the floor. How delightful to have my first cup in my room while I sat and read. Every possible amenity is at your fingertips, from fluffy robes and slippers to soaps, shampoos. Each afternoon homemade snacks and drinks are set out. If you are staying a few days,take advantage of the special packages. We took the Sea Princess Nature Cruise and it was delightful and so informative! Bar Harbor and Acadia are such special places...treat yourself to a stay at the Graycote Inn...you will not be disappointed!!!
Third floor. King bed, private balcony and full bath.
Prix par nuit: $115 - $199
Prix par nuit: $115 - $199
This one bedroom suite offers a king bed in the bedroom and a twin bed in th3 sitting room. Full bath with deep soaking tub.
Prix par nuit: $120 - $209
Prix par nuit: $120 - $209
This is the inn's smallest room.
Prix par nuit: $98 - $159
Prix par nuit: $98 - $159
Île, A la montagne, Vue sur la mer
Bangor, ME (BGR) 50 miles
I-95 nord à Bangor, I-395 5 miles Rte 1A vers Ellsworth; Rt 3 à Bar Harbor. Passez l'entrée principale de parc national d'Acadia, allez 2,6 km plus à un panneau d'arrêt. Tournez à gauche sur le mont. Desert St. Prendre la première à gauche sur l'avenue Holland. L'auberge est plusieurs portes vers le bas sur la droite. Un parking est à la gauche de l'auberge.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Piste de ski, Zoo
Jeux de société, Copieur, Fax, Bibliothèque, Piano, Téléphone
Climatisation, Réveil, Panier d'agréments, Peignoirs, Lecteur CD, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Radio, Wi-Fi
Pat & Roger Samuel
Les deux Roger et Pat sont des universitaires à la retraite: Roger ancien gestionnaire de recherche au MIT, Pat ancien professeur de chimie à l'Université de Boston. Les deux bénéficient de la randonnée, le ski, la lecture et la musique. Propriétaires depuis 1996.