The original building on the site of the Bluenose Inn was constructed in 1884 as a summer estate of Mrs. William Morris Hunt, an artist’s widow. The stonework from this palatial “cottage,” which she named Mizzentop, remains beneath the building that bears its name.
Whatever Bar Harbor vacation accommodations you desire, the Bluenose Inn offers a variety of room types to meet your individual needs.
The Looking Glass Restaurant was voted the “Best Breakfast with a View,” for all of Maine, by the editors at Yankee Magazine.
Visit The Great Room Piano Lounge where pianist Bill Trowell plays nightly Monday-Saturday 7PM-10PM and a few select holiday weekends.
To save our guests some time we have made up lists of the best Bar Harbor area activities available, restaurants to eat at, and areas to explore on Mount Desert Island.
-Jennifer, Google Reviews
After exploring Acadia National Park, enjoy one of our two heated pools and fitness center. With its classic columns, arched windows, and elegant decor, you won’t find a more beautiful indoor, heated pool in all of New England!
To really relax, enjoy our oversized hot tub and steam room. For those who wish a complete workout, our Fitness Center offers a variety of exercise machines & free weights.
Indoor Pool, Hot Tub, Steam Room & Exercise Room 7am-10pm
Outdoor Pool 7am-Dusk
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