February is winding down and Punxsutawney Phil let us know we can expect six more weeks of winter!
That is not necessarily a bad thing though as we have have plenty of snow on the ground for great skiing and snowshoeing, so come up and enjoy Acadia National Park!
We also have some excellent restaurants and pubs open to enjoy a meal after enjoying the cross country trails in the park and the new fireplace in the Treefalls room is a perfect choice for a room to relax in as well!
As we move into Spring, we are looking forward to our returning as well as new guests this year. We are already receiving bookings for Summer and even into Fall.
We hope that if you looking for a home away from home when you visit, you will consider staying with us.
Have an outstanding 2017 and enjoy the New Year!
Come enjoy Aysgarth Station in the winter, some of our rooms have fireplaces and bubblejet tubs to make the cold winter nights extra comfy!
Enjoy Sunday concerts at the Jesup Library and spend the evening at Aysgarth! Walk to the Jesup from the inn and enjoy an evening in Bar Harbor.
More info about the concert series
Aysgarth is open for the 2016/17 winter season, come visit. Treefalls has the new in room fireplace perfect for the cold Maine nights. Walk downtown to shops and eateries, no need to worry about driving in the snow.
Aysgarth is closing for our annual November break, we’ll reopen in December. We’ve had a fantastic year and loved all of our guests!
Happy Birthday to the National Park Service! August 25 through 28, 2016, Free entrance to Acadia!
Ever wonder where our awesome coffee mugs come from? You know, the ones that hold ALOT of coffee? Sunset Hills Stoneware, that’s where! A family owned company in Wisconsin, they are America’s most eco-friendly pottery production facility. Not only do they make our regular mugs, they make our 100th anniversary mugs for Acadia’s birthday.
Here’s a quick hit list of some of the most extraordinary places — and their accompanying views — in and around the main section of the park on MDI.
Aysgarth is located downtown Bar Harbor and it’s easy to walk to restaurants and shops without having to look for parking. It’s even easier to get into the park using the Island Explorer bus system…and best of all, it’s free! Aysgarth is only a short walk to the main hub of the system….
Aysgarth has been awarded another ‘Certificate of Excellence’ from TripAdvisor for 2016.