Coach Stop Inn Bed & Breakfast, built c.1804 is Bar Harbor's oldest inn, originally a stagecoach stop and tavern. Stepping through the front door is truly like stepping back in time to over 200 years ago when Thomas Jefferson was president.
Our convenient location makes it easy to get to all that Mt. Desert Island and Acadia National Park have to offer. You'll be sure to remember Jeff & Natalie's attention to detail and you will find that the food is what you will be talking about for many years.
Come see why "Down
East" magazine says Coach Stop Inn is
"Where to Stay in Bar Harbor".
The weathered shingled building has been completely restored, yet has retained the unique characteristics of this rural tavern dating to the time of Thomas Jefferson's presidency. It harmoniously blends the warmth of original wide plank pine floors, ancient exposed beam ceilings, colonial fences and arbors, with modern day comforts, bright designer fabrics and wallpapers and all private baths.
You are sure to fall in love with the charm and the extra touches you find throughout the inn.
All of our rooms and suites have queen beds fitted in the finest bedding, and private baths await with luxurious spa towels. For added comfort and convenience all of our accommodations offer in-room refrigerators and air conditioning.
Enjoy the added space of a separate sitting room in both of our suites, one of which has a working fireplace, or indulge in the country setting and look at our centuries old apple trees from your own porch or patio. Either way you will immediately feel the comforts of our unforgettable hospitality.
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"Of all 6 B&Bs where we stayed, Coach Stop Inn was absolutely the best!
The Inn's hospitality is just fabulous."
B&B AD Toerisme, reviewer, Rotterdam
The food at the Coach Stop Inn is nothing short of outstanding. Let our award winning chef/owner dazzle you with spectacular 3 course gourmet breakfasts. Then return in the afternoon to indulge in some of Natalies artistic confections paired with the coffee and tea we have available for our guests 24 hours a day.
Some of our culinary delights include:
Your host, Deborah Stahlman we will be glad to assist you in tailoring the perfect vacation for you. Magnificent Acadia National Park, where the mountains meet the sea, offers approximately 55 miles of the Rockefeller carriage roads and 160 miles of hiking trails. During the spring, summer and fall, some of the many suggested activities might be whale watching, visiting interesting museums, sailing, canoeing, fishing, boutiquing, and antiquing. Our house poodle Leon also welcomes you!
|Our Guests Share their Comments. . .
"Jeff & Natalie create a breakfast menu daily
that is worthy
"This is by far the best
experience we have ever had, this surely will be the
"After 40 years in the
hospitality business we have finally found the Taj Mahal of all B&B's"
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