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Reviewed August 11, 2017

We have stayed at The Black Duck Inn several times over the past twenty-five years. Will and Rae, the newest innkeepers, have created a wonderful world filled with lovely accommodations, delicious breakfasts, interesting hiking trails, and charm. The area, near Acadia National Park and Corea Heath National Wildlife Refuge, is replete with sights and sounds easily viewed from the many trails found in the area. As for the harbor, lobster boats bob at their moorings when not coming and going as they participate in the active life of this remote fishing village. You can watch the boats unload at the Corea Co-op and feast on fresh catches at the Wharf Galley and Grill.

The Black Duck Inn offers four suites, all with private bath. We have stayed in all of them. Each has a different ambiance, from the Victorian elegance of the Skipper's Suite to the more casual fun in the Mate's Cabin. Each morning guests are greeted with delicious breakfasts and friendly, warm hospitality.

Try the Black Duck, you will return again and again.

Room tip: The Skipper's Suite is perfect for couples, the Admiral's Suite is great for families, as is the Mate's Cabin.
Date of stay: August 2017
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Reviewed May 3, 2017

Peaceful as The Black Duck Inn overlooks Corea harbor where the lobster boats always are. There are 10-12 acres in the rear with trails to view gorgeous foliage including blueberries and colorful birds and perhaps a bald eagle. The Inn is elegant yet casual, the owners, Rachel and Will, treat you like family, and the breakfast they cook is amazing (if you like crepes, apple fritters, muffins, fresh fruit, and more!). The winter is gorgeous, too. You'll stay warm by the wonderful stone fireplaces surrounded by lovely art.

Room tip: Book early! Especially for spring, summer, and fall!
Date of stay: December 2016
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