Located in the heart of Ogunquit, where Beach Street meets Shore Road and Route One, 16 Beach Street B&B is a three-minute walk to the Beach or to The Marginal Way and sits right in the middle of some of the best shopping in town. This classic three story New Englander style home was built in 1920 by the Perkins family. The interior of the inn sets the tone for your visit to Ogunquit with all hard-wood floors and lively beach-themed colors. Watch the tide come and go from most of our East-facing windows. Wake each morning as the sun rises from the Atlantic, and the smell of salt air and homemade breads draw you to our gorgeous front porch. Take advantage of early morning coffee on the porch before sitting down to a full gourmet breakfast. Leave your car in our parking lot, because you will not need it. Some of the regions best shopping, dining, sights, and nightlife are all within walking distance. When you visit 16 Beach Street B&B you will experience Southern Maine and Ogunquit in true style and elegance.
5 on October 08, 2009
16 Beach St. gave us everything we were looking for from a B & B—wonderful hospitality, great location, and immaculate! Not to mention the absolutely delicious breakfasts served each morning. We were grateful to Linda for accomodating my husband's dietary needs, too!
5 on May 23, 2009
We had a wonderful stay at this B&B! Great location and beautiful decor! Thanks!!
4.0 on September 06, 2008
5 on July 24, 2008
This was our first B&B experience and it WILL NOT BE OUR LAST Linda and Dick spoiled us and set the bar for every inn keeper we come across in the future.. They are host and hostess beyond compare. The house is as pictured and I would have to say the pictures do not do justice to how clean and comfortable the whole house is. Location Location Location as stated you truly will not need your car the beach and the best restaurants and shopping in Ogunquit are well with in walking distance and most right out your door. Breakfast was a delicious edible work of art! We arrived expecting the usual and through out our stay each breakfast was not the usual bacon and eggs but blueberry cream cheese bake, citrus crouisant french toast, bungleberry pancake bake and more all preceded by fresh baked scones , cakes and breads and wonderful coffee and teas. Linda and Dick have created an oasis at the beach. Their attitude and personalities are the foundation on which this home rests. It is obvious in every detail that this is truly a labour of love. Mike & Denise Palmieri
5 on July 10, 2008
My husband and I fell in love with 16 Beach Street. Linda and Dick were very friendly, genuine and gracious. Our room was immaculate and we were pleasantly surprised to find a CD player with several relaxing CD's available. Afternoon lemonade and homemade cookies while rocking and relaxing on the front porch was heavenly. We were treated to a superb breakfast on the warm, sunny porch. Very convenient to walks on the beach, browsing the quaint shops and walking the marginal way. Once you park, no need to use the car until you leave.
5 on April 21, 2008
Get ready for the most wonderful stay ever! Linda and Dick are terrific hosts. The Hattie Nelson room was immaculate, with wonderful decor and fantastic views. Little amenities, like a shower gel and shampoo dispenser built into the shower, were an added benefit for a spur of the moment overnight stay. Breakfast was hot, fresh and plentiful. By far, one of the most wonderful places we have ever stayed.
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 45 miles
I95 South to Wells exit 19, take 109 to Route 1, right on Route 1 south to the center of village,(about 7 miles) turn a sharp left onto Beach Street, The Inn is the first house on the right.
Internet Service, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio
Dick & Linda Wickert
in High Season
Lemon- Blueberry Pancakes