We stayed one night. The room was clean and pleasant. There was no traffic noise from Highway 1.
However there are some other observations we would make: The parking is limited; we got the last available space and walked to a nearby restaurant in order to keep that space. Their cancellation policy is pretty strict: to quote their information, "In the event you must cancel your room, the cancellation request must be received 7 days prior to your arrival date. If your cancellation is received appropriately, your deposit will be refunded less a $15 fee for costs incurred. If less than 7 days notice is given, your deposit will not be refunded." ouch. At this motel, keep in mind that they charge your credit card when you make the reservation.
Also there is no continental breakfast, however there are two nice breakfast restaurants nearby.
One other thing bothered us a bit: At 7:45 the next morning we had a question for the management but the office was closed! There was a doorbell to ring, but no one responded. So we went to have breakfast and returned well after 8 a.m. Again, the office was closed and no one answered the bell. In their literature it says "Our office is available to assist you from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily." Maybe their clock was off?
In September of 2009, our room rate was a very reasonable $69 + 7% tax = $73.83. (This was after the Labor Day holiday, so we don't know if the rate was higher in the summer or not.)
Each room has a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker and hair dryer.
We were there with another couple, so we rented two rooms. Both the other couple and ourselves came to the same conclusion: nice clean room, good price, yet we wouldn't necessarily stay there again.
Please check my tips below for a couple of good restaurants nearby.
never stayed there but my brother-in-law and his wife did and liked it.
its right on the main route (hwy. 1) thru town.
Most of the hotels in Ogunquit and the surrounding area require you to make reservations way in advance during the summer and usually have two-to-four-night minimum stay requirments. The Majestic Regency, right on the Ogunquit line in Wells, is the exception to all of this. They are a big place and usually have rooms available on weekends, even for walk-ins. The property and rooms are kind of dated, at least the place looks like it hasn't been redecorated since 1982, but it's very, very clean. Very. I've stayed in 4-star places that weren't nearly as clean as this place is. It's in a great location on Route One and has tons of free parking. The beds are pretty comfortable, and all of the rooms come with refrigerators. The best thing though is that this place is cheap, just over $100 per night in season--and you get a free continental breakfast. It's a great place to crash after a day at the beach.
The motel has bbq grills, tennis courts--which are actually in working order, and a pool.
The Trellis House in Ogunquit is simply superb. Pat and Jerry Houlihan are wonderful hosts. All the rooms are tastefully done and very clean. Breakfast is marvelous!! The best waffles on the East coast. Always served with a smile. Very comfortable house with large porches and lots of comfortable seating. Great to read a book or play a game with someone you care about. Easy walking distance to the Beach, Marginal Way, Perkins Cove and downtown shops. Also close to a Trolley stop. Can't imaging staying anywhere else.
Try it. You're guaranteed to visit again.
A return visitor.
Great Breakfast. Hosts very friendly and willing to help you find places to eat or things to do.
It depends on your budget...There are great hotels but they are pricy. If you are on a rather restricted budget, I would suggest motels or camping. The place I have been to the most is called Holiday House, they have little cottages fully equipped, there is a pool, bbq, etc. it is not too expensive and the owners are great!
For motels it depends on the season, August is around 80$ to $120 a night for motels. As for camping, you can find great campgrounds for around 22$ per day.
A charming bed and breakfast catering primarily to gay men and women. The rooms are wonderfully furnished and are bright and cheery. The host John along with his cat squekylene are most gracious and accommodating, Highly recommended
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