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This was by far one of our best meals on our visit to Acadia. Once you order fresh warm bread arrives. Don’t fill up on it though because the meal is delicious. The entrees are pricey but we’ve figured comparable to most other restaurants. The...More
Response from John W, Public Relations Manager at Cafe Drydock & InnResponded 2 days ago
Thank you Jlasgood for the awesome review. We are happy to get such great feedback. We are thankful and hope to have you back soon. Thank you.
We stayed at the Inn for one night. We got a queen sized room at the front of the building (facing street). Check in was very smooth as we arrived late and there was no real "check in" desk. Due to this being an Inn...More
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Response from John W, Public Relations Manager at Cafe Drydock & InnResponded 5 July 2018
Thank you Siberianrusky for the awesome review. We appreciate your business and thankful for the kind words. We are happy to hear about the positive experience you had with us overall and excited for your honest opinion. Please come back soon.
Rooms are above the cafe and bar in the same building. Noise from machines outside them disturbed our sleep most of the night. We left very tired in the morning. If you want and need a good night's sleep go elsewhere.
We stumbled in here on a tour of the coast. Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, the island and the coast are to die for and sometimes happenstance is the way to go. It's a very cute place and a pretty September day allowed us to...More
my husband and i stayed here for our honeymooon 2015 . The room was very welll kept clean . the Restaurant downstairs had grate food and the staff was wonderfull .the bed was cozy the room was in the frount and quiet . we had...More
Come and experience the timeless charm of a coastal Maine village. A pleasant walk brings you to the docks, boatyards, and Coast Guard Station of this working harbor. On the opposite shore lies Manset, ...Morehome of the world famous Hinckley Boatyard. There are many beautiful mountain top or seaside walks on the quiet side of Acadia National Park. Ship Harbor, Wonderland, and Beech Mountain are but a few sights to see. Cafe Drydock and Inn is located opposite the Village Green in the center of Southwest Harbor. You will be within a five minute drive to many activities, including sailing, canoeing, golfing, swimming and biking. Make Cafe Drydock and Inn your comfortable accommodations while experiencing your island adventures.We have 8 rooms and are not a bed and breakfast but a small inn. Less
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Hi Judith! I thought I had answered this Email last week but maybe it didn't go through! We do not serve breakfast but Sips is right around the corner and they have a great breakfast at a reasonable price! We do serve... More
Hi Judith! I thought I had answered this Email last week but maybe it didn't go through! We do not serve breakfast but Sips is right around the corner and they have a great breakfast at a reasonable price! We do serve lunch and dinner from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Let me know if you have any other questions!
I'm sorry but we do not serve breakfast! But we have a great little restaurant Sips right around the corner that serves a delicious breakfast and is reasonably priced! Please let me know if you have any other... More
I'm sorry but we do not serve breakfast! But we have a great little restaurant Sips right around the corner that serves a delicious breakfast and is reasonably priced! Please let me know if you have any other questions!
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"Another couple with us had the same experience as we. We conclude there are no rooms that are quiet."