Ledges By the Bay

Address: 930 Commercial Street, Rockport, Maine, 04846, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 930 Commercial Street, Rockport, is near Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland Breakwater Light, Maine Lighthouse Museum, and Strand Theater.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLedges By the Bay Rockport

      Reviewed by ryanmurphy144

      Retreat by the Sea

      Reviewed Aug 19, 2012
      by (4 reviews) Kinnelon, NJ, USA , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      We stayed in the Retreat off of the main hotel for a week during our wedding period. The space was fantastic and the only complaint I have is that the maid service didn't come for a few days while we were there. Other than that the view was fantastic. The large sloping lawn down to the Bay produced many great pictures prior to our wedding as did the access down to the bay where my wife went swimming in her wedding dress. The office staff went out of their way to help us with all of our requests during our stay. The breakfast was good and the muffins tasted amazing. I look forward to returning for one of our many future anniversaries.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Ledges By the Bay Rockport

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