Quiet, private, water-front rooms, convenient to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park and the Schoodic Peninsula. Welcome to Three Pines Bed & Breakfast and Farm! Our 40 acre, water-front, timber framed, passive solar / off-the-grid homestead is located on the shores of Sullivan Harbor. We have two guest rooms, each having a private entrance, private bath, a cozy sitting area, and spectacular views of the water. Simple cottage style decorating completes the atmosphere for your perfect Maine vacation. Full, homemade vegetarian breakfast included. A canoe and kayak are available for guest use from our shore line. Or take a stroll along the old railroad bed to Tidal Falls or Gull Rock Pottery.
5 on August 02, 2015
We stayed 5 nights at Three Pines. It was such a pleasant stay next to nature. Karen provided us with delicious breakfast everyday. She makes the best American blueberry pancakes we have ever tasted. The blueberries were growing just outside the house. Karen gave us good advices about where to go everyday at breakfast time. We can recommend Schoodic, Cadillac mountain (in the afternoon it is not so crowded) and Corea - eating lobsterrolls on the wharf. Ruth and Wimpheys restaurant became our favorite for dinner, even more lobster a.o. We can highly recommend Three Pines Inn. Family of 3 from Denmark
5 on January 21, 2014
As long as the dirt road is plowed, so you can get to this sublime location, Three Pines is a lovely, delightful spot for a quiet getaway. Karen is a gracious and well-informed hostess. Her hens lay good eggs that Karen will cook to order, with cheese, kale, or other goodies. Wifi available on request from this green green property. Our room was warm and well appointed. Solar heated water was wonderfully hot for our showers. Best nights' sleep I have had in a while. Check out the sheep and llamas on the way in or out. And the waterfront view is just perfect, from either room.
5 on September 03, 2013
To say that Karen and the Three Pines setting were outstanding is an understatement! We had only one night to stay here, but even before we arrived, and in follow-up contact since we left, our experience has been exceptionally great. Karen is a very gracious, welcoming host, readily sharing her knowledge of the area, patiently answering our questions about her eco-friendly B&B design, taking us to visit and learn about her sheep and the "guard" llama, pointing out and inviting us to enjoy hikes on and near the property, and spoiling our taste buds with a unique and very healthy breakfast. We had a very comfy upstairs room from which we enjoyed leisure reading and a grand view of the serene bay ... ah, what a peaceful night of rest, serenaded to sleep by the crickets and gently awakened by a nearby rooster. We don't have our own pets right now, so it was a treat to meet and pet her dog and kitties ... all rescued by the nearby pet shelter where Karen volunteers. This will remain an outstanding memory, and a place we would love to re-visit.
4.8 on June 12, 2012
A quiet, tranquil place from which to explore Acadida National Park and the surrounding coast. Owner Karen is warm, welcoming and very helpful. She served absolutely scrumscious breakfasts each morning. Our room had an incredible view over the bay and was clean and comfortable. A great place! We highly recommend Three Pines Bed and Breakfast!
4.6 on September 06, 2011
If looking for peace, seclusion, homey atmosphere, and an unbeatable view, you can't go wrong. Add one of the most attentive innkeepers we've ever encountered and you've got a AAA, 5-star, or any other superlative rating you want, B & B. Animal lovers will be right at home. The 100% solar is a good glimpse of how things could be.
5 on August 28, 2011
Made most welcome. Karen accommodated my wifes wheat allergy and and provided wheat-free breakfasts. Most pleasant time and excellent location and tremendous hosts. Top Marks David Fairley Scotland
4.0 on September 08, 2010
This B&B is located in a secluded area overlooking the Bay and has an incredible scenic view. The property is beautiful and the owners go as far as giving you a tour of the farm and meeting their animals. The breakfasts are incredible and the portions will keep you going until dinner time.
5 on August 22, 2010
We spent three days at Three Pines. Everything from the room to the outside property was awesome. Karen Curtis the Inn Keeper was wonderful. She was always asking if we needed anything and her breakfast every morning was great. The rooms were very clean and the property was well kept. Waking up every morning over looking the water was very peaceful. I would recommend Three Pines to everyone.
5 on August 21, 2010
The Three Pines B&B is a wonderful, peaceful, serene and beautiful place to stay while visiting Acadia National Park in Maine. Hancock is very rural. The sunrises and moonrises over the bay - from my bedroom window - were amazing. Away from all the crowds, Three Pines is a dream place. My room was very nice. The drive in to the property tells you you're in a unique place - passing the sheep and the llama. Karen and Ed are wonderful hosts. Their farm and philosophy add to the enjoyment of being there. Karen's breakfast's are great. I stayed there 3 nites this past July. If I ever go back to Acadia, I'm booking there early. I HIGHLY recommend Three Pines B&B if you want to stay in a place off the beaten track, away from crowds and want to experience the true beauty of the region. I felt I was living there, unlike when one is staying in a motel. Karen's advice to visit Schoodic Peninsula was so helpful. I loved that place - away from the crowds of Mt. Desert Island. I enjoyed using their Kayak to go out on the water. Thanks again Karen and Ed. Bob
5 on July 31, 2010
This is a must stay for anyone who loves beauty, nature and excellent food. What a pleasant surprise to drive down the long driveway past the animals, garden and orchard to arrive at this lovely B&B with such a gorgeous view of Frenchman's Bay. Karen paused from busily picking blueberries to welcome us warmly. Breakfasts were delicious with blueberries a highlight and I strongly recommend the homemade yogart. A lovely walk through the woods to Gull Pottery helped us walk off those extra calories. I could happily spend a week there with all the many sights and activities in the area filling my days and the peaceful friendly atmosphere provided by the Curtises at night. You will be glad you chose this spot.
water front on quiet Sullivan Harbor, Oceanview
Bangor, ME (BGR) 45 miles
·From Ellsworth, turn left onto Route 1 and follow Rte 1 East towards Down East Coastal Maine ·From this light, it's approximately 9 miles to Hancock. ·Turn Right onto the East Side Road. (If you go over the Taunton Bay bridge, you've gone too far). ·Follow East Side Rd for ~1 ½ miles ·Turn Left into our driveway, just before the mailbox # 274 – CURTIS Telephone (207) 460-7595.
National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Maine, Schoodic Peninsula
Alarm clock, CD player, DVD Player, Private entrance, Radio, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Kayaking
Cats , Dogs , chickens, ducks, sheep, llama
Three Pines is also a small working farm, featuring free-range organic chickens, organic fruits and vegetables, sheep and llama (for fleece). We make our own maple syrup, jams and jellies, etc.