Carved cherry chairs and antique wicker are what make this room inviting and cozy. On the second floor, west-facing windows are bathed in the peach and blue tones of this room in soft afternoon light.
Renowned landscape designer Beatrix Farrand was one of Edgemere’s owners. Beatrice Farrand also lived at Garland Farm, home of the Beatrice Farrand Society, which has restored her gardens and holds public days. Ask us if you are interested in attending.
Edgemere was built on the shorepath in 1881 for Thomas Musgrave. It was a shingle-style cottage designed by one of Bar Harbor’s favored architects, William Ralph Emerson. It was torn down in 1938.
May 1-31: $109
June 1-14: $129
June 15-October 20: $189
October 21-close: $129