Ullikana Inn Bar Harbor Maine 207-288-9552

Elegant, gracious, over-the-top hospitality!
It would be incomprehensible to imagine any traveler who wouldn’t be thoroughly satisfied with the level of hospitality. Our stay was SO outstanding and far exceeded our expectations! Kudos, and rest assured we will back as soon as we can! –TripAdvisor

Best artsy bed & breakfast
Editor’s Choice Award, Yankee Magazine, 2009

Fodor’s Top Choice
Fodor’s Eighth Edition

The best of both worlds
A quiet little B&B tucked away between rows of maples with a view of the ocean, or maybe a warm breakfast served by friendly faces right next to the main hub of Bar Harbor. Why choose? At the Ullikana, you can have both. –TripAdvisor

Convenient, yet secluded
This is our top pick in downtown Bar Harbor, steps from both Main Street and the Shore Path, yet with an away-from-it-all feel. –An Explorer's Guide to Maine

Fabulous breakfast
Breakfast is a real treat—one of the best in New England. –An Explorer’s Guide to Maine

Peaceful and chic
Tucked into a peaceful nook, this ten-room Victorian inn built in 1885 has a reputation for its chic decorations, great breakfast and knowledgeable owners. –DownEast Magazine, October 2008

Fantastic place
This is the fourth year in a row we have stayed here. The food is fantastic, the rooms charming, and you can’t beat the location. I would not think of staying anywhere else. –TripAdvisor

Great stay, loved it!
I just can’t say enough about this place. We stayed in Audrey’s Room. It was so cute and creative. It was like staying in a little cottage. Adorable. Beds were comfy. We will be back! Also happy hour with cheese and wine was an added plus overlooking the harbor. Loved it! –TripAdvisor

Hospitality at its best
Few innkeepers have mastered the art of hospitality as well. –Moon Handbooks, Coastal Maine

More than we expected
Attentive but not overwhelming. Charming beyond imagination. Breakfasts were outstanding! Breathtaking location. Excellent housekeeping. –TripAdvisor

Ullikana B&B is a playful mix of art and antiques that can’t help but make you feel welcome. –American Style, August 2008