Relax, have fun, and let your authentic self enjoy herself!
Aysgarth Station offers year-round accommodations in Bar Harbor, on Mount Desert Island. Our Bed and Breakfast extends New England hospitality and quiet comfort in a uniquely casual atmosphere. The Inn is situated in downtown Bar Harbor…and you are only a short stroll to the harbor, many distinctive shops, an abundance of eateries and the Shore Path ocean-front walk, and only minutes away from Acadia National Park. Gay Men, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Straight welcome Open Listing
Thanks for stopping by. We’re so happy you’re here! Our goal – besides having a great time and creating lifelong friendships – is to customize the planning experience for each and every client. We do this by pairing each couple with their perfect-fit vendors, creating a custom design concept that suits their budget and style, and streamlining communication. Cori and Megan plan in tandem, allowing them to build a close relationship with the couple and a deep, broad knowledge of every event. Of course, each planner has her area of specialty … or, if we’re honest, has a part of Open Listing
Since 1992, the LGBTQ+ community has been coming to B-Bob’s for unforgettable evenings with fantastic friends. In 2002 B-Bob’s became B-Bob’s Downtown with the move from West Mobile to Downtown Mobile! In 2013, we opened Flip Side, providing another location for our patrons to enjoy each other’s company. Whether you’re looking for a night of nonstop, high-energy dancing or a quiet evening of intimate conversations, we have the right location to suit your mood. Our established bartenders have been named as Nappie Awards Finalists. At Flip Side our Karaoke is led by our amazing host, Matt, who’s been bringing out Open Listing
Friendly and welcoming LGBT and attitude free pub that plays host to the KissNMakeup group on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month. Sport and telly free, so no squeezing through crowds of footie fans to the bar on match nights. Full range of beers, wines and spirits that are reasonably priced. Facilities for smokers include use of a galvanized bucket full of sand on the front doorstep. No changing facilities, but Steve and Mike the landlords as well as all the bar staff are very friendly, accommodating sorts so ask if you can use the cellar bar (providing Open Listing
Located on the northern tip of Shelter Island, is a chic Polynesian paradise that first opened its doors in 1954. Tom Ham, a San Diego restaurateur, saved the island’s first “tiki temple,” which remains one of the largest original tiki temples in the world. Built in 1953 and originally one of several Christian’s Hut locations, the iconic Bali Hai Restaurant on San Diego’s Shelter Island is one of the oldest classic mid-century Tiki establishments still thriving. It became Bali Hai in 1954, with owner Tom Ham eventually gaining total control of the operations, then passing it along to his family Open Listing
Bar and restaurant welcoming to crossdressed and transgender people. The Habana bar as become established as the LGBT pre club bar and meeting place, offering regular drinks promotions and entertainment it continues to be a firm favorite with regulars and visitors alike. Open Listing
Our traditional Maine cottage colony is nestled in a peaceful hamlet on a country road across the lane from a large cove. Our 12 pristine, charmingly renovated white cottages beckon visitors to our park-like setting. The cottages have either a partial water view or garden view and most have screened porches. To best serve your needs, we have various types of cottages which can accommodate 1 – 6 people. Those cottages which accommodate 3 or more persons have separate sleeping quarters for added privacy. We are conveniently located about 1.5 miles to a public access beach, 4.5 miles to the Open Listing