|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Classic Maine summer home, located atop Israel Head near the Lookout Hotel, in a quiet family-friendly neighborhood of summer cottages.
A short scenic walk to beaches, Marginal Way, downtown shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
Ample parking, screened porch, wifi, washer, dryer, dishwasher, wind chimes, porch swing (!!)
One Hour 15 mins from Logan Airport in Boston. You can leave the car at home, shuttle Bus from Logan to Portsmouth NH.
AVAILABLE FOR WEEKLY RENTAL July $2500 per week/$500 deposit
Ask about 2 week discount!
Sorry, no smokers, no cats, no dogs
This really is the perfect summer beach house. The house is clean, comfortable and perfectly situated between Perkins Cove, the Marginal Way and Main St. A screened in porch with a porch swing, lots of bedrooms, bathrooms and even more character. We loved everything about this house. It's so quiet at night it's hard to believe it's so close to so much of what's going on in Ogunquit. We can't wait to go back!
Our family actually stayed here in 2010 through a different realtor and it was a very clean, comfortable cottage. The owner was very easy to deal with and we had a wonderful stay. This is a classic cottage not a luxury hotel..if you are looking for a quintessential summer cottage experience close to the beach and town, this is a great place to stay!
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My Standard Rate
Changeover Day: Saturday
7 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$500|
Weekly Rate: $2500
Weekly rate in July $2,500
Ask about a discount for two weeks!
Top Thing to do in City:
* Swimming, surfing.
* Shopping: fashion, antiques, kids.
* Boat tours.
* First run movie theater.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Walking the Marginal Way is free!.
* Beaches - free!.
* Picnic at the Museum Sculpture Garden overlooking Perkins Cove.
* Silent film series at the Leavitt w/live accompaniment..
Top Thing to do in Family:
* Miniature Golf, a short drive to Wells.....
No car is necessary to enjoy a day at Big Beach, and Little Beach and Narrow Cove are even closer to this traditional Maine Summer home.
Walk the Marginal Way footpath with surf to one side and lush gardens to the other.
The Indians named it "Beautiful Place by the Sea" and it is!
Eat the freshest lobster in the world at locally owned Barnacle Billy's Lobster Restaurant in Perkins Cove or gourmet sushi at The Black.
Enjoy the live theatre at the Ogunquit Playhouse and the latest movies at the Leavitt Fine Arts Cinema.
The Barn Gallery and The Ogunquit Art Museum is a must for artists and is also family friendly.
Casual family restaurants as well as fine dining are all located among a variety of unique shops in in the historic downtown. The Village Market offers traditional and gourmet fare for groceries and take-out.
Looking for nightlife? Ogunquit has it all. Try The Front Porch Piano Bar, live music at the Village Inn or hang out at the Gypsy's upstairs where locals gather after hours.
Surfers from New England claim that Ogunquit is the "best on the upper east coast" and kayakers love the tidal river.