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Join Anns Point Inn in the kitchen for a four-day hands-on cooking adventure with with Chef James Lindquist, owner of the highly rated and popular restaurant Red Sky. Have an exquisite dinner at Red Sky. Visit local suppliers. Enjoy the comfort and beauty of Anns Point Inn. What are you waiting for? Sign up now!
Sitting on two acres at the end of a peninsula in Bass Harbor, this lovely inn is surrounded on three sides by scenic tidal water. Four elegant and spacious guest rooms with water views, a spa featuring a Finnish sauna and a jet-filled hot tub, and nearly 700 feet of private shoreline suggest why some guests tell us Ann's Point Inn is “a little piece of paradise”.
During this holiday, you will use a variety of fresh, seasonal ingredients to prepare well-rounded gourmet meals. You will learn by working alongside a talented chef and sous chef, and take home detailed recipes so that you can recreate the meals at home. Each program is different, influenced by the season and preferences of the participants.
Ann's Point Inn is a luxurious four-diamond contemporary bed and breakfast on the quiet side of Mt. Desert Island, secluded and romantic yet close to beautiful Acadia National Park and the towns of Bass Harbor, Southwest Harbor and Bar Harbor, Maine. Sitting on two acres at the end of a peninsula in Bass Harbor, this lovely inn is surrounded on three sides by scenic tidal water.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning while overlooking the picturesque waters of Bass Harbor.
When "Good Morning America" put out a call in 2014 for America's favorite place, the response was overwhelming. Viewers sent in thousands of entries, suggesting places all over America. In the end, Maine’s Acadia National Park took the top spot as GMA’s "Favorite Place in America", finishing ahead of other finalists that included Lake Tahoe and the Chicago Lakefront. Most of Acadia sits on an island just off the state’s central coast comprising over 50,000 acres of jaw-dropping beauty with hidden beaches, meandering trails through lush forests, winding carriage roads for walking or cycling, pristine lakes in glacial valleys, and numerous mountain tops offering long distance views.
Mount Desert Island is fortunate to have a variety of high quality restaurants. During the summer, restaurants often fill up so reservations are recommended. We're happy to make them for you.
Theater, museums, art classes, historical societies, and art galleries are all part of the make-up of Mt. Desert Island. If you are looking for a cultural experience, you can find it here.
Mt. Desert Island is home to some lovely gardens: The Wild Gardens of Acadia are right in the Park, and two other gardens are open to the public as well. For birders, Mt. Desert Island is on the Maine Birding Trail and this area offers many birding hot spots. For stargazers, Acadia National Park has some of the last naturally dark skies on the East Coast. Or, enjoy nature in your own way by learning to rock climb or even by playing a round of golf in a glorious natural setting.
Most of Acadia is located on Mount Desert Island. This means there are abundant opportunities to get out on the water, from going on a Whale Watch with lots of other passengers to renting a kayak and paddling around all by yourself. Sailing, kayaking, deep-sea fishing, or taking a quiet nature cruise on the R.L. Gott are all wonderful possibilities for exploring the beauty of nature.
The closest airport is Bangor International airport