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We stayed in a cottage, which was small and included a very small kitchen area. However, it was practical enough for the two of us. TV and WiFi worked, although there was a small leak from the sink, which we reported when we left.
We stayed in one of the motel rooms on the property. The room was very clean and cozy. The staff and owner were very friendly and very helpful. The kitchenette was very convenient. This property is a great location from which to visit the hubbub...More
Lovely little cottage village in Bar Harbor. About 15min to town. Eden Village provided us with early check in due to our circumstances and we were very appreciative of that. The cottages have a fireplace, heater, ceiling fans, and are stocked with lots useful things...More
On my visit to the New England States I decided to stay at The Eden Village Motel and Cottages while in Bar Harbor. I can't say enough about the cottage. it was clean and quaint. It also had a playground for small children and a...More
The motel was immaculate, pleasant,and the staff friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay there again! It was a short drive to Bar Harbor and Arcadia National Park. The rooms are large and comfortable. Two nearby restaurants near the hotel are The Log Cabin and...More
We stayed in the one bed cottage, and it was basically one room with a half wall dividing the kitchen from the bed and living area. I am only guessing, but I think the two bed cottages have two separate rooms they were a... More
We stayed in the one bed cottage, and it was basically one room with a half wall dividing the kitchen from the bed and living area. I am only guessing, but I think the two bed cottages have two separate rooms they were a bit larger and appeared to have an extension off the standard cottage.