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Shore Road Side Studio Steps from Marginal Way

One Bedroom, One Queen Bed Enjoy easy access to popular shops and restaurants from this charming place to stay. Onsite indoor pool, hot tub and grill area. This unit is located at the Seacastles Resort. Free Wifi and Parking! Have fun with the whole family at this stylish place. This remolded studio is located close to the pool house! The perfect home base for your Ogunquit vacation!

$156 per night
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Shore Road Studio Steps From The Beach & Downtown

One Bedroom, One Queen Bed Enjoy easy access to popular shops and restaurants from this charming place to stay. Onsite indoor pool, hot tub and grill area. This unit is located at the Seacastles Resort. Free Wifi and Parking! Great walk out patio and grass area directly on shore road across from the in town entrance to the Marginal Way. The perfect home base for your Ogunquit vacation!

$166 per night
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Perkins Cove Condo

Spacious studio condo 5 minutes walk to Perkins Cove, Ocean, Marginal Way, trolley stop. Easy stroll to Ogunquit Center. Kitchenette with fridge, top burner, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker. Has front patio, outside seating, gas grill, laundry, bicycle rack, one onsite parking space. Ideal for two but can accommodate four with queen size pull down wall bed and sleeper sofa. Quiet, serene setting, but close to everything - beach, shops, restaurants, nightlife, galleries, museums.

$74 per night

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Ogunquit house rentals

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Spacious Family Home Near the Beach!
$66 per night
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Ogunquit beach house sleeps 6 open May June avail
$380 per night
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Hilltop Hideaway
$300 per night
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Walk to Everything!
$256 per night
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Steps to Perkins Cove, Shopping, Dining, & Beach.
$216 per night
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Ogunquit Beach House - New Listing -Great Location
$450 per night
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Charming 4BR House- great location!
$375 per night
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Cottage 206 (The Lighthouse)
$173 per night
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Adorable coastal gem with WiFi & full kitchen - walk to downtown shops
$209 per night
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Casa Constantine
$200 per night
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Luxury home with hot tub 1/2 mile from downtown
$550 per night
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  2. Cape Neddick
Spacious home w/ sunroom, yard, and fireplace - super close to town & sites!
$438 per night

Ogunquit condo rentals

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Sweet Pickins
$130 per night
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Oceanfront Condo#2, Prime location w/amazing views
$215 per night
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Cozy Getaway Walking Distance from Perkins Cove
$102 per night
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Cozy studio-5 minute walk to Perkins Cove!
$118 per night
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Couples Retreat, Honeymoon Suite
$133 per night
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Perkins Cove One Bedroom
$199 per night
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Ogunquit's "The Shore Thing" - Ocean View Condo!
$199 per night
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New Condo on the Wells/Ogunquit town-line
$145 per night
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Condo by Perkins Cove
$105 per night
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38 Israel Head Road Lighthouse Landing, Ocean Cove #1
$239 per night
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Oceanfront serenity.
$395 per night
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Quiet & Beautiful 2-bedroom cottage in Wells
$193 per night

Ogunquit cottage rentals

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Classic Maine Beach Cottage-In Ogunquit Village !!
$181 per night
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1 Bedroom Cottage
$158 per night
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La Perla Cottage in Ogunquit, Maine
$282 per night
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Sandy Duck Guest House
$200 per night
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250 feet from beach sand! 2 bedroom cottage - 2 queens + 1 sofa bed
$149 per night
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Perkins Cove Oceanfront Cottage
$356 per night
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Cottage in the trees near the beach.
$187 per night
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Moody Beachfront Studio Cottage
$176 per night
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The Little Cottage - Under the Trees & By the Sea
$339 per night
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2 bedrooms + Central AC, close to Ogunquit
$180 per night
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The Chestnut Cottage
$284 per night
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  2. Wells
300 feet from Beach! 2 bedroom/1 bath cottage 1Q, 2T, 1 Sofa Bed, Full Kitchenette
$167 per night

Your guide to Ogunquit

Welcome to Ogunquit

Ogunquit began as a fishing town in the 1680s, evolved into an artists’ colony in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and has since secured its role as a summer destination for travelers, especially the artistically inclined and the LGBTQ+ community. Ogunquit revolves around two poles: the beach and the art world, the latter of which includes a noted art museum and many galleries. As such, the town offers a near-perfect balance between the natural and the cultural, the kind of place where you fear that there’s not much to do when you first arrive, then realize that you didn’t leave enough time when you near departure. Days are easy to schedule on the fly — head to the beach or set off on a long walk when the weather calls; explore the museum and many boutiques and restaurants when the weather takes an unfortunate turn.


How do I get around Ogunquit?

Ogunquit is located between the coastal towns of York and Wells on Route 1. The nearest airport is Portland International Jetport (PWM), about 35 miles north. From here you can rent a car or take Amtrak to the Wells station, and continue on by taxi or rideshare to reach your vacation rental. During peak season, parking is hard to find and traffic congestion is epic. Renting a bike in town is a good alternative. In summer, there’s also a trackless trolley run by the Ogunquit Trolley Co. These buses designed to look like cable cars run through town, connecting to the beaches.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ogunquit?

In Maine, “summer” is a verb, and in Ogunquit it’s clear why. July and August offer perfect weather to wander the village with an ice cream cone in hand. It’s also the time of year for the occasional festival, concert, or special event, which can result in crowds and congestion. September is a good option for those looking for warmish weather without the crowds. Spring is always iffy — some days are lovely, and others are damp and raked with chilly winds. Winter can be bitingly cold and wind-blasted, but it’s also when the town celebrates Christmas by the Sea, a weekend of choir concerts, hayrides, tree lightings, and a holiday parade.


What are the top things to do in Ogunquit?

Ogunquit Museum of Art

The Ogunquit Museum offers big city sophistication in a small-town setting. Founded by artist Harry Strater in 1953, it builds upon the village’s history as an esteemed art colony dating from the late 19th century. The museum has some 3,000 works in its permanent collection, and its seasonal shows often feature artists linked to Maine.

Marginal Way & Perkins Cove

The Marginal Way is a footpath that follows a dramatic stretch of coast for about a mile. If you start at the north and don’t dawdle, you’ll arrive at gem-like Perkins Cove in about 20 minutes. The route passes rocky tide pools and pocket beaches, and rises atop low, craggy bluffs. Perkins Cove is a photo-worthy cluster of small buildings huddled around a protected inlet, with art galleries and T-shirt shops having long ago replaced the fishing shacks.

Footbridge Beach

Footbridge Beach is about a mile north of town at the end of Ocean Street, connected via a plank bridge over the Ogunquit River. The beach has restrooms and a lifeguard but little else, and tends to be a quieter alternative than the adjacent seven-mile-long Wells Beach.