Rooms available for the summer months. Call to see about one or two night openings.
Ogunquit is a bustling beachside town that has attracted vacationers and artists for more than a century. The town combines coastal ambience and excellence in fine dining.
Antiques – A shop in the center of town offers many treasures, as well as Ogunquit's annual auction, and more stores than possible to visit are scattered along Route 1.
Boat excursions – A premier coastline offers exceptional deep sea fishing, sailing, kayaking, whale-watching, as well as, specialty cruises and lobster trips.
Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve at Laudholm Farm – A 1,600 acre salt water farm which provides seven miles of trails through the marshland, forest and barrier beaches.
Marginal Way – A mile long footpath along the jagged coastline leads visitors from Ogunquit Village to Perkin's Cove.
Mount Agamenticus – A 700 ft mountain featuring beginner through advanced mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking trails.
Ogunquit Beach – A three mile stretch of pristine white sand beach makes Ogunquit one of Maine's most popular resort areas.
Ogunquit Museum – A small art museum overlooks a spectacular precipice on the Atlantic Ocean. The museum has an excellent collection of seascapes and contemporary art.
Ogunquit Playhouse – A leader in summer productions and one of the oldest summer theaters presents plays and musicals June through Labor Day.
Open Sided Trolleys – Numerous trolleys circulate through town and along Route 1 every ten minutes in the summer.
Outlet shopping – A mecca for shoppers, Kittery and Freeport outlets are an easy ride from Ogunquit.
Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge – An outspoken conservationist, Rachel Carson created a wildlife sanctuary in Wells to protect migrating birds. The Wildlife Refuge welcomes visitors and has a mile long trail throughout the grounds.
Restaurants – A plethora of restaurants are located in the heart of Ogunquit and feature award winning cuisine.