Bar Harbor, Maine · (207)288-3044
tray. If you like, start your day with a cup of coffee or tea from the tray set out in the foyer of your floor in the main house. Your coffee is blended and fresh-roasted
right here in Bar Harbor. Tea is brewed - not a tea bag and warm water - and includes blacks and greens, both regular and decaf, plus a variety of herbals.
Guests may begin breakfast any time between 8:00 and 9:00.
"I am not that enthusiastic about the 'breakfast' part of a B&B stay - often being more trouble than it is worth or very unhealthy. Yours were fantastic and I looked forward to the
morning!" --A Recent Guest
Brown bag breakfast. If you participate in an early morning activity such as bird watching, sea kayaking, or whale watching you will need to leave the Graycote before our
regular breakfast service begins. We are happy to pack you a brown bag breakfast, usually consisting of fruit juice, yogurt, fresh fruit, and granola bars.
We support Maine farmers and food producers in our menus. Benbow's Coffee Roasters of Bar Harbor is the source
of our organic, shade-grown and fair trade coffee. Our delicious Maine wild blueberries, grown on the neighboring Blue Hill Peninsula, come from Allen's Blueberries. The maple syrup served at the Graycote is the finest, 100% pure Maine syrup from Spring Break Maple and Honey in Smyrna, Maine. Many of our milk products are produced in Maine by Oakhurst Dairy whose farmers use no artificial growth hormones. We use dried cranberries from Weownit Cranberry Company of Jonesport. Buckwheat for our pancakes and waffles is grown on the Bouchard
Family Farm in the St. John River Valley of northern Maine.
Afternoon Refreshments ~
After a busy day in Acadia National Park or in the Village, you can enjoy some light refreshments in the living room or on the veranda before walking to dinner at one of Bar Harbor’s many excellent restaurants.
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