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Ogunquit Introduction

Ogunquit lures vacationers with sandy beaches, soaring sea cliffs, and a laid-back lifestyle. It's perched on the south coast of Maine and is a firm favorite with vacationers from the Pine Tree State, and beyond. The town has been inspiring artists and creatives since 1898, when its art colony was established. Today the bohemian culture continues to thrive in the form of galleries, studios, and workshops. A fine selection of excellent places to wine and dine is the icing on the cake.

Hotels in Ogunquit

Popular with couples, boutique B&Bs offer stylish decor and an intimate atmosphere. Many are housed in handsome New England homes, featuring wooden porches and flower-filled gardens. Luxury hotels in Ogunquit are set on the waterfront and treat guests to sparkling ocean views. Perfect for families and groups, self-contained cottages promise space and privacy. You'll love relaxing on your sunny terrace and preparing meals in your well-equipped kitchen. Resort-style properties are also a popular choice if you're traveling with kids. Expect spacious rooms, swimming pools, and breakfast buffets. Budget travelers can snap up cheap Ogunquit hotels and motels.

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Where to stay

Hotels in the town center are a short walk from Ogunquit Beach, with fewer parking headaches in the summer. You'll find plenty of choice along Beach and Main Streets, as well as bustling thoroughfares like Shore Road. Hotels in this area are a great pick, if you want to stay close to the action and just steps from the nightlife. For a quieter stay, escape to Perkins Cove, a scenic harbor filled with bobbing sailboats. You'll be within strolling distance of cafes and restaurants, as well as independent galleries and boutiques. For further choice and competitive hotel deals, look to neighboring towns like Moody and Wells.

Things to see

Set on a long sandy peninsula and backed by grass-covered dunes, Ogunquit Beach is a gorgeous stretch of the Maine coastline. Spend the day relaxing with a good book and cooling off in the Atlantic Ocean. Marginal Way, a stunning clifftop walk that stretches from Ogunquit Beach to Perkins Cove, is a great place to stretch your legs and enjoy the New England scenery. For a taste of local culture, head to the Ogunquit Playhouse, a summer theater that stages Broadway musicals. The Ogunquit Museum of American Art is another cultural gem, showcasing works by local artists. Foodies will delight in Ogunquit's farm-to-table restaurants and award-winning seafood bistros. Save your appetite for clam chowder, crab bisque, and, of course, lobster rolls. You can also dive into one of the USA's liveliest LGBTQ nightlife scenes, with everything from dance clubs and drag shows to piano bars and cocktail lounges.

How to get to Ogunquit

Ogunquit is in York County, a 45-minute drive from Portland and 1.5 hours from Augusta. The resort is set on the U.S. Highway 1 and can also be accessed via the I-95. In addition to Portland International Jetport, Bangor International Airport, a 2.5-hour drive from Ogunquit, is a popular air travel hub. Greyhound buses arrive in Portsmouth, a 16-mile drive south. The nearby town of Wells is serviced by Amtrak trains. During the summer red trolleys whisk passengers to Ogunquit Beach, Perkins Cove, and Wells.