The Hartwell House Inn was happily filled for Ogunquit’s 4th of July weekend celebration – and even though a few rain band remnants of Hurricane Arthur caused the fireworks to be slightly rescheduled to the 5th – we couldn’t have asked for a more perfect evening to watch the festive display.
Summer music… The crack of crustacean shells… Art and spirits… Lose yourself in the solstice moments… As the tide turns towards Summer… This June 21st, summer was in the air at The Hartwell House Inn of Ogunquit as we celebrated in our lush backyard gardens with a Summer Solstice Lobster Bake Party for our guests.
Stay at The Hartwell House Inn of Ogunquit, Maine — and you’ll be excited to experience all of the splendor of picture-postcard-perfect Perkins Cove, just a short stroll from the front door of our whimsically elegant bed and breakfast.
We are pleased to announce that The Hartwell House Inn of Ogunquit has been awarded a 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors “hospitality excellence”, is given only to establishments that “consistently achieve outstanding traveller reviews on TripAdvisor” and represent the upper echelon of businesses listed on the world’s largest travel website.
Thinking of something meaningful to do for the Mom in your life this Mother’s Day?
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art (OMAA) is a 3 minute drive – or exceedingly picturesque 15 minute walk – from the Hartwell House Inn Bed and Breakfast.
Ogunquit has no need of groundhogs. We know that spring has arrived the day Barnacle Billy’s opens its Perkins Cove doors for the season. Here at The Hartwell House Inn, we even have a couple guests who make it a tradition to visit Barnacle Billy’s on the opening and closing days every year – and
“Summer Solstice: the first day of summer, the longest day of the year, the shortest night, and a tipping point…from here on out the days get shorter and the nights get longer.” A winter as cold as that we’ve just endured forces the mind to conjure visions of summer days near the Ogunquit coast of
Maine artist, Mary Byrom, has been making waves in the Southern Maine art scene. Byrom, in her wide brimmed white hat, is a common site to those walking through Perkins Cove and along The Marginal Way — and her timeless renderings of the Ogunquit coastline are some of the most sought after canvases by those
NOTE: Booking online will require TWO NIGHT STAY minimum – February 14 & 15 Nothing says, “I love you” like an exclusive two-night dinner getaway at Ogunquit’s most romantic B&B on the beautiful seacoast of Maine. At The Hartwell House Inn, your Valentine’s Day celebration lasts all weekend long.