Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Relax at Graycote Inn in Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor is a coastal town set in the Downeast region of Maine. Bed and Breakfast fravelers visit Bar Harbor for its stunning rocky coastline, quaint seaside resort village, and access to Acadia National Park. This area has a little bit of everything to suite any travelers needs. Bar Harbor is easily accessible by car from Boston 268 miles or by a local airport, the Hancock County Airport or Bangor International Airport located only 50 miles away.

Graycote Inn

A retreat from the everyday. Open year-round. First Green Certified inn in Bar Harbor. The Graycote Inn is ideally located: on a large lot on a quiet side street, within easy walking distance of Bar Harbor’s restaurants, shops, galleries and ocean-oriented activities. All rooms have private baths and queen or king size beds, many with canopies, fireplaces and balconies. Rates are per room, per night for two persons and include a full hot served breakfast, and afternoon refreshments. Breakfast at the Graycote is a leisurely time to talk with your fellow guests and put the finishing touches on your plans for a busy day in Acadia National Park or in Bar Harbor's many fine shops and galleries. An hour before breakfast begins you'll find a coffee tray outside your door. The full, hot gourmet breakfast is served at your table on the sunny enclosed porch or in the formal dining room - in front of a fire in winter. Enjoy a choice of juices; hot coffee or tea; fresh fruit with a muffin or sweet bread; cereal; and a delicious hot dish such as blueberry or orange-pecan pancakes, waffles, a frittata, French custard toast, or Western casserole or breakfast burrito. The coffee is roasted right in Bar Harbor; the inn bakes its own breads and muffins from scratch every day. The Graycote Inn is a retreat from the everyday and your perfect home while in Bar Harbor.

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