The essence of Maine is captured at the Dockside overlooking York Harbor. Distinctive accommodations are offered in a classic New England inn and multi-unit buildings at the waters edge. Dining at the Dockside is popular with visitors and locals alike.
With its serene atmosphere and beautiful ocean views, our 10 bedroom home is the perfect setting for replenishing body, mind and spirit. Wake up to the smells of home cooking, walk the beach at sunrise, or relax in the meditation garden. Children welcome
Charming New England Inn adjacent to Perkins Cove. Relax and enjoy ocean breezes from our veranda or find a spot near our bubbling waterfall. Sailing charters, beer, wine, cheese, hand-painted Maine dinnerware and gift shop on premises.
A year-round inn close to all that is special to Ogunquit. Furnished with an eclectic blend of antiques, coupled with some ocean views and quiet surroundings.
Ogunquit's only ocean-side B&B. Maine shingle-style cottage sitting on a knoll with a commanding view of the Atlantic. Midpoint on the Marginal Way between the town, main beach and Perkins Cove. Decorated with Victorian era antiques. Walk to everything.
A B&B in Kittery, Maine - one mile to Historic Portsmouth, New Hampshire. French Victorian & Country French ambience. Whimsical, colorful & fanciful, yet elegant.
Comfortable brick Victorian with beautifully appointed rooms, water and city views, and luxurious day spa, featuring shopping and spa packages. Stroll to historic Portsmouth or Kittery and shop, catch a live performance, and dine. Recommended by NY Times.
This historic, colonial inn charms travelers with its beautiful rooms and outdoor garden. Located in the heart of old Portsmouth.
Much larger and more accommodating than a typical Portsmouth Bed and Breakfast, each of the Sise Inn's 34 guest rooms and suites is uniquely decorated with period furnishings and reproductions. Each room and suite includes a private bath and amenities.
Built in 1917, this stately Georgian colonial was the home of NH Governor Charles Dale where, from 1930 to 1964, he welcomed local, national, and international dignitaries. Today the inn offers an atmosphere of casual elegance to discriminating travelers.