High Seas Motel

339 State Highway #3, Bar Harbor, 04609, ME

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1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
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Overview

The High Seas Motel is just 2 miles from Acadia National Park in Maine, and just under 5 miles from downtown Bar Harbor, where you’ll find a wide array of family-friendly restaurants and stores, as well as scenic boat tours on the harbor. The yellow-painted motel offers rooms with one king, one queen, or two double beds, along with mini-fridges and complimentary Wi-Fi for added convenience.

Amenities at the High Seas Motel include a seasonal, heated pool, an onsite laundry facility (coin operated), and complimentary coffee to start your day. Free parking is available to all guests.

Our Editor Loves

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Outdoor pool
  • In-room mini-fridges

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Pool

Reviews

Exactly what you expect from a motel

by Onlynamefree

Large clean rooms which have had some updating. We spent several nights there as a base for exploring the National Park - it’s a good location for this. Near to the Park entrance but about 4 miles from the town. However the shuttle bus stopped for us as we stood outside (and dropped us back in the parking lot). Rich on the front desk was very helpful with good local information.

Great experience!

by HillaryClev

We were in Bar Harbor when Hurricane Dorian hit, and we gratefully stayed here an extra night. This is one of those reasonably priced, old fashioned motels where you can park right outside your room. The owner gave us great restaurant recommendations and local information. The room was very spick and span and very spacious. Seriously, the only thing lacking was a little microwave, but there was one available in a large common room in the center of all the buildings along with tea and coffee choices. It actually was very conveniently located since we mostly were interested in Mount Desert Island and Acadia. It really wasn't very far from Bar Harbor either, but way too many tourists for us there.

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