Enjoy picturesque harbor views from every window at this studio-style Southwest Harbor retreat, a beautifully situated waterfront suite with an ideal location for lighthouse lovers, kayakers, and visitors to Acadia National Park.
Scenically positioned in the charming village of Manset, this studio condo enjoys sweeping views of the boats in Southwest Harbor and the entrance to Somes Sound. You'll be just one mile south of downtown Southwest Harbor, 15 miles south of Acadia's Hulls Cove Visitor Center, and 16 miles southwest of lively Bar Harbor.
Cozy, comfortable, and equipped with every necessity for a wonderful island vacation, the living space is ideal for couples and single travelers. Come home from a day of hiking and kayaking to relax in the central air conditioning, refresh your wardrobe in the shared laundry facilities, and use the WiFi to post photos of the day's adventures.
Fix yourself an afternoon snack or a glass of wine in the kitchenette, which offers a mini-fridge, a microwave, a coffee maker, wine glasses, and a few other culinary tools. Just be sure to preserve your appetite for dinner at Beal's Lobster Pier, which serves local lobsters fresh from the sea only two miles north on Clark Point.
Spend your days perusing the quaint shops and restaurants in Southwest Harbor, watching the boats sail in and out of the cove, and admiring the view of Bear Island Lighthouse across the water. Just be sure to catch at least one sunset at the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse on the ocean coast five miles south.
Each evening, this Southwest Harbor studio condo will accommodate as many as two guests. Snuggle up in the king-size bed and watch a movie on the flatscreen cable TV as you drift into a restful sleep. The attached full bathroom features a shower for your ease and convenience.
Thanks to its enviable position across the street from the harbor, this studio condo is the perfect escape for kayakers, anglers, and sailing enthusiasts. Charter a boat to reach Sutton, Little Cranberry, and Great Cranberry Islands just offshore, or spend a rainy day inside the Wendell Gilley Museum, a community institution dedicated to the art of decorative bird carving.
You'll be within an easy drive of Acadia's magnificent landscapes, from the beach at Echo Lake three miles north to the trails that climb Beech Mountain, Bernard Mountain, and Mansell Mountain nearby. Head over the west side of Mount Desert Island to catch the spectacular sunrise atop Cadillac Mountain, the incomparable view of Frenchman Bay from the top of the Precipice Trail, or the iconic vistas of the rocky shores from Sand Beach and the Ocean Path.
Come and discover one of Maine's most celebrated destinations - book your stay in beautiful Southwest Harbor today!
** Please note there is free parking sun up to sun down and $5 (cash only) overnight parking located across the street.