The Beachmere Inn
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... in a basket attached to a cable strung across the channel. We were due to stop for lunch at 2 o'clock at Kennebunkport (pronounced Kenny-bunk-port all run together). Due to the holiday weekend traffic passing through the beachside towns it was 3 o'clock before we got there - think Whangamata traffic at beach hop or New Year's. Steve was starving as he hadn't had breakfast. The menus in most places offered a huge seafood selection and token gesture anything else. Steve ...
Continuing on with the further adventures of Cranky ole ******* and Me ole Boot, we headed to Old Orchard Beach, or as Deborah called it "Old Orchard Inn". We made the nice mistake of driving down the main drag, crowds of people, places to eat, an amusement replete with a ferris wheel, and all other manner of rides, that would make me throw up if I ever took a ride on them. What a very busy place!! It was nice to observe, but just a little ...
... is doing all of the work, cleaning out cabinets and closets. Spent the night and are on our way back to the coast on Friday. Kathryn's gardens are beautiful and fruitful. They supply us with our greens and herbs for meals. Yesterday evening was a wonderful art show. The paintings I liked were already ...
... stopped right beside the front of the RV beside the mirror, smiled and waved. Tommy said, "Oh my gosh! That is President Bush!" There was a secret service guy in front and behind him. What luck?!? I guess it was late in the afternoon and he was out for a little exercise. At least Tommy got to see him. We got to see his back.
For the first time on our trip, it began to rain. We were planning to stay for two nights at Old Orchard Beach, which is rated ...
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We stayed in the Mayfair Building studio apartment for our honeymoon. It was perfect and very private with its own entrance. The staff were extremely attentive. We're going back this September and I can't wait. The room was recently updated. I imagine it will be even better!
Ok but definetly needs updating
i was here in summer of 2004 the ocean view is beautifull HOWEVER the rooms are in Much need of updating and the outside is in desperate need of painting to overpriced for what you get
Have stayed at The Beachmere 3 times now. Recommend you stay in the Victorian. Try a room (5) with a fireplace and an gorgeous ocean view. We were here on a package deal once & had a fantastic stay.
My wife and me loved every minute that we stayed at the Beachmere in Ogunquit Maine and considering coming back there with the rest of the family.
The cleanest and well equipped room with fantastic view.
My daughter took me to your hotel last May for my 65th birthday for a off season weekend. It was wonderful. It was the cleanest, best fully equipped unit and had a wonderful view of the ocean. I hated to go home. We could sit on the deck just watching the ocean and then walk Marginal way to have lunch. Your muffins,coffee and juice were an added treat so we could just enjoy the moment of the ocean/sunrise without going out for breakfast.. My daughter has given her brother and to be daughter-in-law a gift certificate to come here.. My son dropped by to visit and he loved the room and the view and just everyting about it.
Hopefully I will be able to return to enjoy it another time.
Personally, I think that room had the best view and was so lovely.
Our stay at the Beachmere was well beyond our expectations. The room was warm and inviting, the kitchen equipped with everything we could possibly need, and the location right on the Marginal Way is just wonderful. We never get tired of walking the Marginal Way, so this is the perfect resort for us. The ocean view from our room was great and the terrace was spacious, as was the room. We will defintely return here.
The Beachmere Inn..........The Place We LOVE
My family & I have been spending our vacations in Oquinquit Maine for the past 12 years. While vacationing in Oquinquit, we would never think about staying at any other place except our beloved The Beachmere Inn!!
It is a place where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful oceanview.
The grounds of the Beachmere are well groomed and the muffins in the morning are THE BEST!!! We enjoy the hospitality of Sarah and the entire staff at the Beachmere as they make you feel comfortableand very welcomed!
Our favorite restaurant is the OARWEED in nearby Perkins Cove. You can walk along the marginal way or take the trolley!!
We look forward to our visit EVERY YEAR so we may enjoy the shores of Oguinquit Maine!
We love Ogunquit and the Beachmere Inn is where we stay every time we're in town because of it has the best location in Ogunquit being right on the Marginal Way (oceanfront)! There is a beautiful lawn where you can relax and read your favorite books, that is if you're tired from walking on the Marginal Way and browsing at the shops nearby. The continental breakfast usually includes muffins and bagels along with tea and coffee and some fruits! The nicest lady (Dolores) is there to help us with breakfast every time we visit! The rooms are clean and simpe, with VERY basic furnitures. The decor has not changed in all the years I've been there! Staying there, you're near everything in town, from the beautiful stone public library, to all the shops, restaurants, beach, and especially the Marginal Way and the ocean!!! I highly recommend this inn, as long as you don't require luxury accommodations!
Have stayed twice at the Beachmere and highly recommend, although maybe I am jaded because our first stay was during our honeymoon.
The main hotel is quaint, somewhat Victorian with several rooms that are unique. We stayed on the third floor, in a room with a dormer. Next door was a room with a turret. A cooktop, microwave and refridgerator in the room cut down on meals, although there are several excellent local restaurants. Lots of atmosphere and comradere with the provided continental breakfasts. Can you tell food is becoming a theme?
The hotel units to the south are much more spacious and their balcony provides an excellent view of the beach. Different but nice too.