Check-In: Check-in time is 3pm. Please call us if you'll be arriving after 8pm to make appropriate arrangements. Please note we are unable to accommodate check-ins after midnight.
Check-Out: You must be completely checked out of your room by 11am. Guests are free to use the grounds of the Inn after check-out. Late check-outs will incur a $100 fee and absolutely must be out of the room no later than 12pm (noon) or an additional one room night fee will be assessed.
Rates: The rates listed are for single or double-occupancy including breakfast but do not include the 9% state lodging tax. No additional guests are permitted beyond the stated room capacity.
Reservations: We ask that reservations be made on-line through our web site using your credit card (Visa, MC, Discover & AMEX are all accepted). A deposit equal to 50% will be required at the time of your reservation. If you are unable to make your reservations on-line, please call us and we'll be happy to assist.
The remaining balance of your reservation will be billed in-full 14 days prior to your check-in date of arrival.
We typically require a two-night minimum stay during our short season. Please contact us for shorter stays and we will make every effort to accommodate your request. Should we be able to arrange for a stay of one night, a deposit for the full cost of the room will be required.
Please note that we do not accept personal checks or traveler's checks for reservations.
Cancellations: A reservation cancellation providing notice of 15 days or more from your check-in date, will be eligible for a deposit refund less a 5% service fee. Should you cancel within 14 days of your check-in date, you will be billed for the full reservation amount. We strongly suggest Travel Insurance for anyone who feels a cancellation may possibly occur.
We are unable to refund any remaining balance upon an early check-out.
Date Change Requests: Changing the date of your reservation (either in part or in it's entirety), within 14 days of your check-in date will be handled as a cancellation and the above cancellation policies will apply.
Breakfast: Breakfast is served between 8:00am and 9:00am. The kitchen closes promptly at 9:00am. We are happy to suggest other breakfast venues for anyone seeking breakfast after 9:00am. If you plan to depart before 8:00am, please let us know in advance and we can pack something to-go.
Smoking: We have a strict no-smoking policy. This applies to traditional and electronic methods. No smoking will be allowed anywhere inside the Inn or on the grounds, including the beach. Violations will be subject to a minimum $350 cleaning fee charged directly to your credit card.
Children: Given our close proximity to the rugged ocean shore as well as our focus on maintaining a peaceful and romantic atmosphere, the property is unsuitable for anyone under 18 years of age.
Pets: Pets are not allowed.
Alcohol: Per Maine State Law, it is illegal for guests to consume alcohol purchased off-site in any of the Inn's common areas, common decks or on the grounds (including the beach). It is lawful for guests to consume alcohol purchased off-site in their guest room or on their balcony only. Guests may purchase alcohol from the Inn and consume it anywhere on the property.
Inappropriate Behavior: Acadia Bay Inn and its employees reserve the right to eject any and all guests who act inappropriately or otherwise disregard or disrespect the rights of anyone at the Inn (guests, staff or management). Offending parties will be required to vacate the premises and forfeit all applicable lodging charges.
Please note that many of these policies have been implemented with you, our valued guests, in mind. Our goal is to exceed your expectations when you stay with us. These policies will help to ensure a relaxing and memorable visit to the Acadia Bay Inn.
If you have any questions about any of our policies, please don't hesitate to contact us.
COVID-19 TRAVEL INFORMATION
Monday, May 31, 2021.
Many of you know that our Inn remained closed through the 2020 season due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. We have taken many steps to ensure we are creating a safe environment for our guests as we prepare to open for the 2021 season. We take our responsibility to comply with state mandates and best practices to reduce the likelihood of COVID-19 transmission very seriously. Likewise, we take the comfort and concerns of our guests just as seriously. We are confident that together we can create an environment which is inviting, relaxing, and enjoyable while at the same time minimizing unnecessary risk of exposure to our guests and staff.
Recently, Maine's Governor eliminated all applicable regulations requiring our guests and staff to wear a face covering either inside or outside of our Inn. While some area businesses have decided to continue to require masks inside their establishments, we have decided to follow the guidance from the Maine CDC and governor. We welcome you to wear a face covering if it is your personal preference. We also recommend a face covering if you have not been vaccinated. We still recommend you bring a face covering during your stay with us for some of the businesses you may visit who still require them. We will continue to clean and sanitize our rooms in the most stringent fashion, following all of the state regulations and industry standards.
PLAN YOUR NEXT VACATION WITH US
It’s always helpful, especially in challenging times, to have something to look forward to! Our central location offers you close access to a myriad of activities, including activities on the ocean, hiking, biking, site seeing and much more. It may be that relaxing beach-side or enjoying a glass of wine at sunset is all it takes to recharge. Let us know how we can help!
All the best, Your Innkeepers, Matt & Nicole
Acadia Bay Inn
12 Miramar Avenue
Sullivan Harbor, Maine 04664
Acadia Bay Inn reserves the right to modify any of it's policies at any time. Acadia Bay Inn also reserves the right to refuse service and or lodging (without refund) to any guests who disregard any of the policies or are, for any other reason, creating discomfort for other guests or management.