We visited Inn of Acadia on a driving trip with my elderly Mom. What beautiful accommodations--a real find in northern Maine. My Mom's handicap unit was spacious--and very easy for her to maneuver around with her walker. We had a one bedroom unit with kitchen and living room which gave us all room to spend time together comfortably. The décor was beautiful--and units were very clean. Peggy at the front desk was delightful--and gave us many pointers on the area. Grace made breakfast a real treat every morning with her delicious ploye and friendly conversation. She gave me pointers on cooking the ploye--which I will do once home with the mix picked up at Bouchard's family farm. JJ, the owner, was so friendly and helpful--even retrieving an earring that found it's way down the bathroom sink drain! If traveling to the Madawaska area you will not find finer accommodations than those at the Inn of Acadia. They have now also begun lunch and dinner service--which will make the Inn a true destination--unexpected luxury for northern Maine.