Room 4 is an Ocean view room in the 1860's Sea Captain's house of Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Inn which stands on a 200 acre private nature preserve at the head of Sand Cove five minutes from Acadia Nat'l Park at Schoodic. This room offers a queen sized bed and private bathroom with shower and a full gourmet breakfast is included in the room rate.
- No smoking is allowed throughout the property.
- There is a 9% Maine State Lodging Tax added to your reservation
- Maximum room capacity for Room 4 is 2 people and the room rate includes a full gourmet breakfast each morning.
Если вы отменяете бронирование за 7 дней до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем 50% суммы бронирования. Если вы отменяете бронирование меньше чем за 7 дней до поездки, то деньги не возращаются.
My wife, Sonja and I, both with science backgrounds, have owned Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Inn since 1984. Since it has been been operating as an inn since 1820 we merely consider ourselves the present stewards of this wonderful place. We have over the years acquired 200+ acres of land and a large part of the ocean front around the inn that we have made into a preserve offering miles of trails. Additionally we have been instrumental in securing the future of a further 1300 pristine acres of now preserved land contiguous to ours that our guests can also enjoy.
Having established the Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Institute for the Arts and Sciences in 1998 we were honoured to receive the Maine Visionary Award from the Gulf of Maine Council, presented by the State Governor now Independent Senator Angus King. Following our love of the arts we hold frequent events in our 1820's timber framed hall that is home to a magnificent full sized concert grand Steinway Model D Piano that is played by remarkable pianists from around the world who are joined by other world renowned musicians. Mixing in our love of science and history we invite authors from the world over to speak in a lecture series held throughout the Maine summer attended by our guests and community who all love to meet. We feel enriched by the majesty of our magnificent piece of the Maine coast, the wonderful musicians, scientists, artists, folks of all disciplines that have presented and the wonderful guests that have visited us in the over thirty years we have had the pleasure of being here, soaking up the salty air and sound of the surf.
We are blessed with two children, 14 and 8 years old die hard environmentalists living in tune and actively striving for the health of our beautiful planet. When they are not hiking the trails on the property or exploring Acadia National Park at Schoodic five minutes away , they are often to be found helping in our extensive organic veggie patches and perennial flower gardens. They particularly relish foraging for a complete meal from the land and cooking it up in very short order to celebrate its just picked magnificent flavour. Following their parents passion for cooking they often assist in creating the organic and as far as possible gourmet breakfasts served to our guests each morning. Being big fans of the chilled mango and lime soup, rhubarb and strawberry coffee cake, waffles with gingered pears, wild organic blueberries and Maine maple syrup they can often be seen sneaking in and around the dining rooms posing as guests in the hope of scrum-ping their favorite breakfast.
We are joined by super dedicated staff who share our passion for Maine's natural splendour and help us with all aspects of hosting our inn, personally welcoming everyone of our guests and making them feel completely at home. Many of our crew have been with us for several years including our magnificent organic gardener putting up with us since 1984! Although our private home on property is located away from the inn buildings we generally have the pleasure of meeting all of our guests and definitely all who choose to attend the concerts and lectures series and guest receptions held in the hall at every event.
All of us at Acadia's Oceanside Meadows Inn hope we will have the opportunity of welcoming you to our inn and magnificent part of the coast of Maine.