Waterfront bed and breakfast
Downtown Bar Harbor, Maine

Enjoy the magic of Bar Harbor, Maine and Acadia National Park at a romantic, in-town, four-season waterfront bed and breakfast on the shores of Frenchman Bay. Whether your Bar Harbor escape includes a little romance, peaceful relaxation, an outdoor adventure in Acadia National Park or all of the above, the Saltair Inn B&B offers the perfect setting. With eight well-appointed guest rooms, the Saltair Inn features accommodations for budget-minded and luxury-seeking travelers under the same roof. Seasonal rates range from $165 to $575 per night, and each room/suite accommodates two guests. Rates include complimentary off-street parking, WIFI, and full gourmet breakfasts each morning. Fabulous views, knowledgeable innkeepers, and luxury waterfront accommodations await your arrival…



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May/June 2011

“Just try to resist the lure of the Adirondack-style chairs positioned just so on the oceanfront lawn of this gracious cottage in the town’s historic district.”


Voted “Best Oceanfront B&B in Maine” by the editors of Yankee Magazine.


July, 2017

“The Saltair Inn has to be one of my favorite places on the planet. I would not think of visiting Bar Harbor without a stay for at least one night… Just be sure to book a reservation early as they have many passionate repeat visitors.”


-Susan Kohlback

August 31, 2008

“Amidst the hubbub of touristy Bar Harbor, the inn offers a reprieve. Situated on one oceanfront acre in the West Street Historic District, three blocks from downtown shops and restaurants, it blends comfort with elegance, convenience with charm.”


-Hilary Nangle, Travel Correspondent