We are very pleased to announce that the Hartwell House Inn of Ogunquit, Maine has recently been added to one of the most prestigious innkeepers’ associations in the country, Select Registry: Distinguished Inns of North America. Select Registry is a portfolio of more than 300 premier inns, bed and breakfasts, and boutique hotels throughout North
*THIS PACKAGE IS SOLD OUT. Start 2015 off in memorable fashion with a stay at our whimsically elegant Ogunquit Inn, an exclusive New England inspired dinner, musical entertainment – and all of the atmosphere an Ogunquit winter provides! Surprise your loved one with a romantic New Year’s Eve 2014 getaway to the Hartwell House Inn
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.
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.
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.
“From time to time, to remind ourselves to relax and be peaceful, we may wish to set aside some time for a retreat, a day of mindfulness, when we can walk slowly, smile, drink tea with a friend, enjoy being together as if we are the happiest people on Earth.” ~Thích Nhất Hạnh Earlier this
This Labor Day weekend, at the romantic Hartwell House Inn B&B on Shore Road in Ogunquit, we partnered with the Astronomical Society of Northern New England (ASNNE) to offer our guests a free Stargazing Party on our lush and secluded back lawn.
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