This is the room for you if you want romance with a touch of history. Featuring a classic four-poster bed, Elsinore is light and bright. The seafoam comforter and walls add to the warmth of antique-filled room. East facing windows welcome the morning light and invite you to get up and start your day.
Elsinore was built by Andres, Jaques & Antoul (1893-94) for McMillan of Detroit. The next owner was Mrs. Henry Dimock (nee Susan Whitney) of New York, Boston and Washington, sister of William Whitney, Cleveland’s Secretary of the Navy. He was a New York railway magnate and owner of one of America’s great racing stables.
Susan spent most of her life summering at Elsinore and loved to entertain. Less class-conscious than many of her fellow summer residents, she held soirees, musicales and teas not only for the cream of Bar Harbor society, but for year-round residents as well. Elsinore was demolished about 1945.