Wells Beach Cottage Inn

Address: 971 Post Road, Wells, Maine, 04090 , United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 971 Post Road, Wells, is near Ogunquit Beach, Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, Ogunquit Beach District, and The Ogunquit Trolley.
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Travel Blogs from Wells

A Successful Day 1

A travel blog entry by katemoore on Jan 04, 2015

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Had a perfect travel day yesterday. Actually got away early, 8:45, and had beautiful cold clear weather all day. It was only once we got close to Portland that we saw any snow at all and there it was only deep in the bush. But shortly after we stopped for the night the snow started. It looks like we got about 3" overnight. Luckily we're heading south! Had great Chinese food last night. Who knew we'd find it in Maine! Here's what morning looked like - winter ...

New Years Eve in Boston

A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 31, 2014

... of the fireworks, so we decided we could stay in our room til 20 minutes before midnight and then head down. Hmm....

Cathy back.....
As we were walking to the waterfront on instructions from the hotel, I was convinced we were in the wrong place as there was no one anywhere near us! When we got to the water it was dark and deserted and only a handful of other people about! Given there were a zillion people at the earlier fireworks, I was ...

The day we never wanted to end

A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 30, 2014

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... we'd see something as that was heading towards the White Mountains. And this little conversation started the most lovely lovely day! We got the car and headed inland towards a town called Fryeburg, and as we headed inland we started seeing bits of snow on the sides of the road.... then a frozen lake.... and gradually all of the frozen parts appeared more and more, until we were surrounded by (icy) snow that had fallen a while ago but not melted. ...

December 29, 2014

A travel blog entry by t-l-c on Dec 29, 2014

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... be a very busy seaside town, wall to wall with people. Would be completely different. After Rockport we went to Newbury Port, which was bigger and, although the cute buildings were still everywhere, just 'wasn't Rockport'. We had tea there (Lobster pie... could've had lobster risotto, lobster mac n cheese, lobster pasta, lobster roll...) and decided to drive to Maine (Portland) for the night. Got a great deal for a beautiful hotel too! Another upgrade! Woohoo ...

Shopping in Freeport

A travel blog entry by mndlx on Oct 01, 2013

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... was even a cafe. Freeport was even more quaint than Kennebunkport. The trees were beautiful, all of the buildings fit the town's historical building requirements (even the Starbucks). The people were super friendly and helpful. We stopped in Yarmouth on the way back to Portland to check out Eartha-the largest rotating globe-at the DeLorme map factory. Not sure if you can tell from ...

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