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We stayed in the motel with our 2 young kids and had one of the best vacations. This is a great place for families with young children because there is a pond with ducks, plenty of grassy area to run around and play, and a...More
The cottage that we stayed in was a pleasant surprise. Very quaint, clean and roomy. We stayed for a few days with our three teenagers. Plenty of room for all. The grounds are immaculate and the management took a genuine interest in making sure that...More
We stayed in one of the cottages for two with our two year old toddler--and our dear friends stayed across the road in the hotel. The cottage was cozy, impeccably clean, and had just enough of what we needed to be comfortable and convienient--the bed...More
My husband, 4 year old daughter and I stayed 3 nights during a lovely week with the intention of seeing as much of Acadia as we could during our brief visit, while staying warm and dry just in case it rained. We would love to...More
We stayed in the one bed cottage, and it was basically one room with a half wall dividing the kitchen from the bed and living area. I am only guessing, but I think the two bed cottages have two separate rooms they were a... More
We stayed in the one bed cottage, and it was basically one room with a half wall dividing the kitchen from the bed and living area. I am only guessing, but I think the two bed cottages have two separate rooms they were a bit larger and appeared to have an extension off the standard cottage.