Aysgarth Station Bed and Breakfast offers year round accommodations on Mt. Desert Island. Our Bed and Breakfast extends New England hospitality and quiet comfort in a uniquely casual atmosphere. The Inn is situated in downtown Bar Harbor....and you are only a short stroll to the harbor, many distinctive shops, an abundance of eateries and the Shore Path ocean-front walk. You are only minutes away from Acadia National Park.
Located on the main floor off the dining room. Henley is ideal for people who want to come and go throughout their stay. Henley includes a queen size pineapple bed, ceiling fan, air conditioning, and private bathroom with shower. Highlights include an antique waterfall wardrobe, and a unique desk. With multiple windows featuring original, diamond-pane glass the summer breezes will ensure your stay is delightful in this comfortable room.
Tucked away in a corner on the second floor, Whitby overlooks the quiet one-way street our inn is on. This cozy room features an antique high-back queen size bed, and has a private bathroom with a large shower, a ceiling fan, and air conditioning.
Chatsworth is our largest room and features a queen size four poster bed with private bathroom that offers a full sized jacuzzi tub and walk in shower. It is located on the second floor at the rear of the house with a large private deck, and offers a quiet retreat for your stay in Bar Harbor. Chatsworth is one of the most beloved historic estate homes in England, and you will feel like a Lord and Lady yourself during your stay in this spacious room! Amenities include air conditioning, ceiling fan, antique marble-top dresser, loveseat, and a large private deck for your use during your stay
This second floor room located in the front corner of the inn features a queen size antique iron bed, and oak furnishings that will entice you to dream of quiet places in a land far away. The room is decorated with a medieval flair that will make you feel like Lancelot and Guinevere yourself, and is named after one of the finest castles in England. Skipton offers a private bathroom with jacuzzi tub and shower, ceiling fan, and air conditioning and two corner windows offer a pleasant view of the local scenery
This spacious and airy room is located on the third floor at the rear of the inn high in the trees, and features a queen size antique iron bed and private bathroom with shower. The room has a ceiling fan and air conditioning as well as use of an intimate third floor sun deck off the hallway. Treefalls was the former name of Aysgarth Station on the newly reopened Wensleydale train line in Yorkshire, where Jane grew up.
Featuring an awesome view of Cadillac Mountain from your third floor windows, you will enjoy your stay in this room. Furnished with an antique queen size high-bed, and the gabled ceilings that add a distinctively Victorian feel. Tan Hill has a tub/shower combo, and has a ceiling fan, air conditioning and a small deck on the third floor off the hall. The room is named after the highest pub in England, fitting for a room that boasts such a grand view of the highest mountain on the island!
5 on February 11, 2014
My partner and I stayed here and enjoyed every minute! The warm and inviting atmosphere made you feel like you were home. Very clean, great food, and personalized service! Looking forward to going back!
5 on January 26, 2014
My husband and other relatives stayed here in Oct.,2013. What a wonderful experience we had. The rooms were clean, the food great and Steve and Jane plus their cats were so welcoming. We all hope to return someday.
5 on July 30, 2012
My husband and I had never been to Bar Harbor before. We stayed at the Aysgarth Inn for 2 nights in July, 2012. The Inn is located on a quiet street within walking distance to all the restaurants, bars and shops in downtown Bar Harbor. The breakfast is exceptional and our room was adorable, clean and quite comfortable. The owners are very friendly and knowledgeable about Bar Harbor and hiking. They even recommended a great spot on to see the sunset on the Mountain. The homemade cookies on the dinning room table in the afternoon were perfect after a long day of hiking! We plan to return.
4.2 on June 03, 2012
We chose Aysgarth Station for our Memorial Day weekend accommodations because it had great reviews, a downtown location, and had a room available for under $120/night. We were not disappointed. The entire inn was cozy and comfortable. We stayed in the Whitby room, small but clean with a nicely tiled bathroom and shower. The location was perfect-- on a very quiet street, but still within comfortable walking distance to Bar Harbor's shops and restaurants. Also, the street that the inn is located on connects directly to the Park Loop Road, allowing easy access for cycling or driving. The innkeepers, Steve and Jane, were easy to talk to and full of ideas for activities and restaurants. Breakfast was delicious and filling-- a hot entree, fruit, more baked goods than you'd ever need, and nice strong coffee. Speaking of coffee, they even had it ready in time for our sunrise hike up Cadillac Mountain one morning! We will definitely consider returning to Aysgarth Station on our next trip to Bar Harbor.
5 on April 30, 2012
My fiance and I wanted a weekend away and so we found this place on the internet. As far as we're concerned, unless they're booked up (which would be no surprise), it's the only place we'll look for again. Our room was big and sunny, the bedroom and bath were spotless, we had plenty of everything (including maps and literature), and everything was precise down to the fluffy bath towels. There was no evidence whatsoever of Jane and Steve trying to cut a corner. The owners alone are worth going for. With warm smiles and a delightful sense of humor, they give the immediate impression that you are a welcome guest in a home, not a stranger who is there to pay a fee. They want to know where you're coming from, why you're there, what you're looking for in the Bar Harbor experience, and how they can help you to achieve it. They make wonderful recommendations for hiking and dining, and they have the inside scoop on what is open during the offseason. My fiance and I spent the car ride home talking about how we'd love to hang out with them at a bar! I'd be remiss if I did not mention their phenomenal breakfasts. We were fortunate enough to enjoy two of them during our stay. We were treated to fresh fruit and freshly baked breads and scones, plus lemon-ricotta pancakes on the first morning and a goat cheese and bacon tart on the second morning. We were positively gushing about how wonderful the food was. Again, not a single corner cut anywhere. Steve and Jane just want you to have the best experience you can have, and for that, we thank them!
Downtown, Island, Mountains, Small town, Village
Bangor, ME (BGR) 45 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Ice Fishing, X-Country Skiing, Local Brewery, Lobster Hatchery, Kayaking, Oceanarium, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Horseshoes, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, & whale watch cruises are available, guided tours, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Guest Fridge in Dining Room, Private decks in some rooms, Some rooms have bubble-jet tubs
Jane Holland and Steve Cornell
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan