GOOD: Tim's breakfast was good but mine was very good. I had homemade corned beef hash, yummy!! (I have been eating mostly Pescatarian but every now then I give in). They also make their own bread. This is a tiny hole in the wall, I think they might have had 10 tables and mostly locals eat here. I don't think they have changed the decor in 50 years but that is what makes it quaint.
Ships Chow Hall
VERY GOOD: Off season was only $21 per night, including tax with Passport America. That makes this park a very good rating. And for our $21 we had 3 way hook ups, free wi fi, cable, laundry facilities and good bathroom facilities. This is a hidden gem, a family owned campground about 25 minutes from Bar Harbor and The Acadia National Park hot spots!
Bass Harbor Campground
VERY GOOD: A local told us about this place. Lobster rolls were averaging $20!!! We got a deal at Peekytoe for $13. This is not a full service restaurant, you order at the counter but the food was great. Tim had a Halibut sandwich and I had a twist on a lobster roll, hot with butter instead of cold with mayo and it was soooo good.
EXCELLENT: Danielle at Salon Naturelle's was amazing. And to boot they had organic products. They pampered me with a jojoba oil scalp massage and refills on hot tea. Danielle took her time, was so sweet and gave us some great recommendations for local restaurants etc....
GOOD: Renee's smokey seafood chowder was excellent but Tim's tomato bisque was ok. Renee also had local Wellfleet oysters that were delicious. Since we only had appetizers we can't rate this any higher. The bartender Dean was great and we loved the laid back atmosphere.
The Squealing Pig