Meadow Cottages were constructed in the early 1930’s on a quiet inlet in
Salsbury Cove on Mount Desert Island. While John D. Rockefeller Jr. was
constructing 45-miles of carriage roads and granite bridges to establish Acadia
National Park, Asa Wasgatt constructed these charming cottages on the peaceful
cove overlooking Frenchman’s Bay.
While Mount Desert Island has changed over the decades, the charm and peaceful serenity of Bay Meadow Cottage's setting and the coziness of each cottage have not.
Sorry, no smoking, no pets.