The Anchorage By the Sea

Address: 125 Shore Road, Ogunquit, Maine, 03907, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 125 Shore Road, Ogunquit, is near Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Playhouse, Finestkind Scenic Cruises, and Ogunquit Memorial Library.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Anchorage By the Sea Ogunquit

          Reviewed by akabuzz

          Sea Breezes

          Reviewed Sep 24, 2013
          by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Doesn't get much better than this. Very clean and well kept, although foot traffic along the upper deck can be heard quite easily.

          We were located on the upper deck of the starboard wing. A deck runs all around this level with chairs at each unit. The view is wonderful from this level of the coastline along Marginal Way and the beach. We even saw surfers riding the waves.

          ANCHORAGE BY THE SEA
          125 Shore Road
          P.O. Box 2406
          Ogunquit, ME 03907

          Phone (207) 646-9384
          Fax (207) 646-6256
          http://www.anchoragebythesea.com

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          Historical Traveler Reviews The Anchorage By the Sea Ogunquit

          Kid Heaven

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          This place is kid heaven-indoor pool, mulit-level kiddie pool, heated outdoor pool. Decent snack bar poolside. Bar service at the pool for frazzled adults. It's right on the sea and great for long walks which can accomodate strollers. The only downside was the room conditions-there was actually an iron burn mark on the rug, no closet, and stained bathroom curtains. But your kids won't care and they'll have the time of their little lives!

          Great Ocean views from poolside but room conditions are lacking

          from

          Incredible views of the ocean and great outdoor and indoor pool facilities. The rooms, however, are another story. Shabby conditions from the beds to poor air conditioning. But as a halfway point to Bar Harbor, it's worth the stop!

          3 rooms cottage

          from

          Ask for the 3 room cottage.off season price are ok. It's very nice and super for kids. Sleep 7 people. Cutel kitchen, 2 living room, 2 bathroom....very ''Maine '' style. we go there every year.

          Lovely, but.....

          from

          A beautiful place in a beautiful town, and I will return there, BUT:rooms should be upgraded with central air, instead of an air conditioner in the wall that you have to stand in front of to use the sink, anda ridiculous 1 towel per person enforced limit at the pool ($20/towel if not turned in at the pool, and the towels are thin, plain white; who'd want them, anyway?).it's a motel, and for 200 bucks a nite, they should do better, but there's no incentive, since the hotel is heavily booked.

          Loved the ocean view

          from

          This hotel has a spagtacular view of the ocean. The room was very nice and the service was great. We went in the off season and it was beautiful. Looking forward to going there this summer. A great place

          My Stay at the Anchorag by the Sea

          from

          I recommend this hotel due to the beautiful

          location and nice grounds. We stayed at a good

          discount becaue we went off-season. The

          hotel is right above the famous Marginal Way

          walk which takes you on a walk overlooking

          the Atlantic Ocean. If you like the ocean, you

          will probably enjoy this hotel.

          The hot tub was located outdoors, which was

          cold in the off season.

          I didn't think the service was that great but

          it was OK.

          In my opinion, the hotel could be kept up

          a little better on the outside, but since we were

          off-season it is probably re-painted right

          before the busy spring and summer seasons.

          The room was very nice and some rooms offer

          either a side or full frontal ocean view, for

          which you will pay more.

          Hint: go off-season. Ask for the least expensive

          room available that has an ocean view. Bring

          walking shoes for the Marginal Way walk.

          Enjoy the indoor swimming pool also - great

          for kids.

          Central location

          from

          We spent two nights here in July and found the property to be excellent. The location is beautiful on a cliff overlooking the sea, and everything is walking distance from the hotel.

          I'ts the my favorite place to vacation

          from

          I highly recomend it to you or anyone you know! You will have the time of your life! My favorite part about the hotel is the 30 person spa!

          Recommended

          from

          Enjoyed everything - nice location on the ocean, close to the village, short ride to Portaland - try the winter package.

          Can't wait to visit you again...

          from

          Visited with you this July and had a wonderful time.

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Anchorage By the Sea Ogunquit

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

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