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Ellsworth Maine Vacation Guide

By Laura - Freelance Writer - Article Added ( 09/07/2009 )

The city of Ellsworth is surrounded by many famous Maine sites such as Acadia National Park and Bay Harbor, but Ellsworth is also beautiful Maine vacation in its own rite. Ellsworth is home to High Street, the largest shopping district in all of Hancock County, as well as numerous historical sites detailing the coastal city’s past. The city has many places to cast away stress such as Pampered Pleasures Day Spa, a center that provides services in massage and esthetics. The renting of cottages is also popular in Ellsworth, and Bed & Breakfasts such as the Ellsworth Hummingbird Hide-A-Way Cottage provide travelers with the utmost in ease and comfort. Not to mention, Ellsworth has one of the most breathtaking coastal locations in all of Maine.  A visit or vacation in Ellsworth is one that will be remembered.

Things To Do And Places To Stay In Ellsworth Maine:

Ellsworth Hummingbird Hide-A-Way Cottage:
Secluded 2 bedroom cottage all you need are your groceries.

Hospitality Woods RV Park: A Beautiful RV Park in the heart of Down East. Built in 2000 it now has 60 Pull through sites with full hook up.

Pampered Pleasures Day Spa
: We invite you to step away from your busy schedules to find peace and relaxation.

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Source: Maine Vacation Guide

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