Sail in Ogunquit aboard the Silverlining The Silverlining is a 42 foot Sparkman & Stephens sloop. She was built in 1939 entirely of wood and bronze by the well respected Maine builder Henry R. Hinckley. Four to five times a day, The Silverlining leaves the sheltered harbor of Perkins Cove and sails along the ragged Maine coast. Phone 207 646 9800 to reserve or for more information
Marginal Way Within a short walk from the B&B; starts the Marginal Way, a mile and quarter-long public footpath located near the Ogunquit Beach Inn. Walk down to the end of School Street, take a right onto Shore Road and the entrance is just past the SparHawk Hotel.
Maine Street Bar & Night club Maine Street Bar & Night Club is located very close to the B&B.; This neighborhood bar turns into a roaring night club on weekends. With friendly bartenders, pulsating videos and a large deck for great Sunday Tea, Maine Street is the place to be!
Ogunquit Museum of American Art Called the most beautiful small museum in the world, the OMAA houses an internationally-known permanent collection of American art. The OMAA overlooks Narrow Cove where many of the most important artist of the early 20th century came to paint when visiting Ogunquit art colony. They included Edward Hopper, Charles Woodbury, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Marsden Hartley and Bernard Karfiol.
Ogunquit Beach n Sport Ogunquit Beach ï¿½nï¿½ Sport offers convenience and simplicity so you can enjoy your well deserved vacation.struggle with packing the car when OBS will deliver all your recreational fun directly to your B&B;!
Nubble Lighthouse Short drive from Ogunquit is the Cape Neddick Light station, aka, Nubble Light. Grounds are maintained by the town of York as a park. Built in 1879, lighthouse sits on the “nub” of the nubble island. Most photographed lighthouse in the country. A “must see”