Gazebo Inn Ogunquit
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Standing outside gate 8, waiting to board my MD-88 to Atlanta, it suddenly dawned on me what I was getting myself into. Yes, I have been thinking about the upcoming five weeks for a very long time indeed, but it's only just before you jump ...
... main industries back then were lumber, farming and fishing (including whaling). Unlike Boston, most of the houses are made of wood. Today the fishing remains while tourism has taken over from farming and lumber, there are whale watching tours rather than whale hunting. All the way up the coast there are areas of salt water marsh which is where the shellfish and lobster spawn. These marshes are protected as without them the clam and lobster industry would not survive. Clam ...
Our flight to Boston was canceled due to the arrival of Hurricane Arthur, so we had to change plans now having us fly out of National. Our flight was packed, but we arrived in Boston, secured our minivan and were on the road to Maine by 10:45. After stopping at Dunkin Donuts for an authentic coffee and munchkins, the rain started as we drove thru Massachusetts and New Hampshire. We decided to stop ...
... the quintessential eating place, packed to the hilt with people, and lots of vendors to get anything to eat, except poutine, of course. We both had bacon-wrapped scallops, very greasy, but tasty. After lunch, we took a trip around Boston and Cambridge on the Beantown Trolley tour bus. It was very interesting and historically informative, and the driver was very funny. On the way back from Boston our train speed was reduced to 40 miles ...
... for me but great for the checkbook. Today we went on a garden tour in Kittery. I do not have garden envy but I love to live vicariosly through others gardens. These were some of the best.
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Love, Love, Love the Gazebo Inn
April 2, 2006
We have just returned from a stay at the Gazebo Inn. You feel so comfortable from the moment you walk in. Scott and Bruce are great hosts. The rooms are decorated so beautifully with a mix of old and new. Lots of charm. Beds and bed linens are superior. Cozy breakfast room. Excellent breakfast. Just can't say enough. Almost want to keep the place to yourself, rather than tell everyone else about it! Looking forward to our next visit.
Best of the Best
Over the years, I have been fortunate to stay at a number of bed & breakfast inns across the U.S. I would without hesitation rank the Gazebo Inn at the top of the list. This charming property offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Inn itself has also maintained it's hictoric qualities including a wonderful collection of antiques and art.
The quaint town of Ogunquit is located on the scenic southern coast of Maine and affords fine dining, unique shops, and many recreational activities.
The true difference that impressed me with this inn was the accomodating attitude and hopitality offered by the innkeepers. Scott & Bruce are wonderful people and truly made me feel at home.
I will truly cherish these memories. If you are heading to Maine, this Inn is a must!
THE BEST BED AND BREAKFAST IN SOUTHERN MAINE!!!
The owners, Scott and Bruce are the best!!! They make the finest breakfasts! They are so hospitable and make everyone feel that they are part of the family! Coffee and tea are available all day and night. The rooms are modernized, including flat screen TV's, DVD's, VCR's, sitting areas and updated bathrooms, as well as refined designs and amenitites. The mattresses are very comfortable and they use only the finest linens. A pool and year-round Jacuzzi are on the premises. Costs are very reasonable compared to the rest of the area bed and breakfasts. They are on the trolley stop, which will take you to Perkins cove or the beaches. If you want the best, come to the Gazebo Inn!!!
Many happy returns
We love Gazebo Inn! I went by myself for a winter sojourn and after returning home gathered my family and dog and went back the next day! This lovely inn goes beyond expectations. We were treated warmly with many little extras one would not expect. Even the dog got treats! Rooms are comfortable and attractive. The setting is conveniently located but quiet. Breakfast is great! The hot tub was a treat in the dead of winter! Great DVD collection and the innkeepers were extremely cordial and helpful! Who could ask for anything more! Highly recommended! We shall be back.
Home Away From Home
Words cannot fully express the comfort and elegance of the Gazebo Inn but I will try. The bedding is heavenly, the breakfast divine, and the hospitality royal.
Great coffee started my morning off right and the day ended with a relaxing soak in the hot tub. Scott and Bruce recommended wonderful restaurants and shopping attractions too.
As a first time guest of the Gazebo I can assure you it will not be my last!
We just returned from a weekend package at the Gazebo Inn which included a six course wine pairing dinner in association with Julies Italian restaurant ( by far one of the best restaurants in the area ). This was our 3rd time staying at the Inn, with out hosts ( now friends ) Scott and Bruce.......both go the distance to insure your stay is comfortable. I was amazed , it had snowed the last night of our stay , and to our surprise the guys were out there clearing off the cars of the guests.........you don't get service like that at a Hampton INN !!! The breakfast in the morning is not your usual danish ( stale ) and a lukewarm coffee........but a nice display of cereals,donuts , scones ,fresh fruit and sauages , juice and a good hot cup of coffee !!
This is our second trip to the Gazebo Inn in the past 2 months.
We visited the Gazebo in August just b4 Canadian labour day, we travel with our small wiener dog and found the innkeepers Scott and..?? to be wonderfully helpful and gracious hosts. They treated their staff, guests and canine companions with attention and care.
Not very satisfied.
Too far from town. It was noisy. We had a hard time sleeping because of all the traffic outside. At breakfast there was a small child running around the table most of the morning. They have pet friendly rooms but I didnt appreciate dogs at a bed and breakfast. It was strange to relax in the pool while the innkeeper was in the pool also. We thought that was unprofessional. Scott the innkeeper recommended Julies restaurant and it was awful. We left hungry. We'll stay somewhere else next year.