The Hartwell House Inn (Ogunquit’s only Select Registry AND Diamond Collection Inn) is located just one block from Perkins Cove, hallowed ground for creative-types world-round, birthplace of the storied Ogunquit Art Colony, inspirational muse grounds for nationally (and historically) recognized artists including: Charles Woodbury, Henry Strater, Edward Hopper, Robert Henri, George Bellows, Walt Kuhn, Marsden
The Hartwell House Inn is the closest Bed and Breakfast to the Perkins Cove area of Ogunquit, with all of it’s shops, restaurants, sights, lobster boats and small galleries.
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
On September 28th from 4 to 5 in the afternoon, guests and collectors alike are welcomed to meet acclaimed artist, Mary Byrom, as she paints in the backyard gardens of the romantic Hartwell House Inn during a festive afternoon tea service at our Shore Road location in Ogunquit, Maine.
It was a busy morning at The Hartwell House Inn and Conference Center on Shore Road in Ogunquit, Maine. Our good friend, Stu Taylor – the nationally syndicated radio host, broadcasted live from The Hartwell House Inn sun-porch during breakfast. Innkeepers, Charlene and Eric Taubert, were interviewed by Stu about the many reasons why The
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host, Stu Taylor, happens to be a big fan of our romantic Ogunquit Bed and Breakfast, The Hartwell House Inn — and he recently interviewed our Innkeepers, Charlene and Eric Taubert on his radio program!!!