Accommodations

Ogunquit Beach Inn B&B features: exceptionally clean rooms with private baths, WiFi Internet access, queen or king sized beds, flat screen cable-TV,  DVD/CD, in-room refrigerator, air-conditioner, daily housekeeping, DVD library, Continental breakfast, and a parking spot. Some rooms have private entrances, and private terraces.


Breakfast

Ogunquit Beach Inn offers a Euro continental breakfast featuring Mike’s scrumptious muffins and fresh baked goods, bagels, breads, cereals, granola, yogurt, seasonal fruit, a bottomless pot of coffee, and juice is served each morning on the breakfast porch along with the New York Times.


Features and Amenities

The Inn features a comfortable common area with an eclectic DVD collection spanning current to classic film favorites. There’s also a fine selection of books and magazines and complimentary chairs and towels for the beach.

Ogunquit’s beach has been recently rated as one of the top 10 beaches in the country by Conde Nast magazine. This picture-postcard New England seaside resort features a full spectrum of dining options, exciting gay Ogunquit nightlife, and a host of unique galleries and boutiques. Kayak along the scenic coastline, stroll along the Marginal Way above the crashing waves, or take a romantic sunset cruise. Ogunquit Beach Inn, recommended by Lonely Planet Guide, Fodor’s Gay Guide, GayOgunquit and Hidden Maine travel guide. Perfect for your Maine vacation Inn Ogunquit!


Ogunquit

Known as Algonquit, Agunquit or Ogonquit by the Abenaki Indians. The native Americans would spend summers on Ogunquit Beach.  Ogunquit has been called “the most walkable community in Maine”  because of its 3 miles of white sandy beach, and the famous Marginal Way, a 1 1/4 mile walking path connecting Ogunquit centre and Perkins Cove.