You Can Get Here From There.

How to Get to the Acadia inn, Bar Harbor.

98 Eden St • Bar Harbor, Maine • 04609

207 288 3500

Bar Harbor Travel Information and Area Transportation

by Land


The direct route is I-95 to Bangor, then take Exit 182A onto I-395 to Route 1A. Follow Route 1A through Ellsworth, then Route 3 to Bar Harbor. The scenic route is I-95 to Augusta , exit 113 to Route 3 into Bar Harbor. We are located on 98 Eden Street (Route 3) in Bar Harbor.


In season, Concord Coach Lines offer daily service from Boston, Portland and Bangor.
(800) 639-3317

by Air

Hancock County–Bar Harbor Airport (BHB)

Just 12 miles from Bar Harbor, this airport provides daily service to and from Boston serviced by Cape Air.
(207) 667-7121
(866) 227-3247

Approximately 50 miles from Bar Harbor, this airport is serviced by most major airlines.

Allegiant Air: 702-505-8888
Continental 800-523-3273
Delta 800-221-1212
Northwest 800-225-2525
USAir 800-428-4322

by Sea
Photo of the The CAT High Speed Ferry

Adventure is only 3.5 hours away.

When a journey from Maine to Nova Scotia calls, the open ocean answers. The CAT isn’t only the fastest way to travel between Bar Harbor and Yarmouth. It’s also a wonderful sightseeing opportunity and ocean adventure.

The high-speed CAT ferry travels between Bar Harbor, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in just 3.5 hours. RVs, pickups, SUVs, cars, tour buses, motorcycles, and bicycles are welcome aboard The CAT—as well as walk on passengers and four-legged friends.

Jumpstart your maritime vacation by taking your hands off the wheel and your foot off the pedal. Sit back and enjoy fabulous onboard amenities and entertainment. With awe-inspiring coastal views on both sides, it’s a fantastic way to see the natural beauty of Maine, Nova Scotia, and the Atlantic Ocean.

Speed, convenience, and fun are just the beginning—are you ready for a seafaring adventure?