You will leave the future and walk into the past as you enter our front door. Rockmere Lodge, a seaside Victorian shingle-style B&B built 1899, is restored to its formal glory with antiques and all the comforts you expect. From our full Breakfast on our front-porch over-looking the ocean or in our formal dining room, to the panoramic view from our third floor 'lookout room', relax and make new friends, read, nap or whatever you choose . Come see how they used to live in Ogunquit
5 on November 06, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed our mini getaway at the Rockmere Lodge. The owners are wonderful and provide a warm, inviting atmosphere. We were just steps away from the ocean and the marginal way. We are looking forward to our return visit to the Rockmere!! Cheryl and Jeff
5 on April 28, 2014
Far and away the best B and B we've ever stayed at. Awesome view of the ocean; the Inn is only steps from the Marginal Way. The hosts are delightful. They obviously love their place and are dedicated to taking care of their guests. From the marvelous breakfasts to the wonderful third floor lookout, complete with a bird book and several sets of binoculars, their caring is evident everywhere. We hope to visit again soon!
5 on January 31, 2014
The room was clean and spacious, all the rooms are decorated and beautiful. The breakfast each morning was fabulous. Every detail is taken care of. The inn keepers are very helpful and friendly. They make you feel like you are home. I am definitely going back soon. Beautiful ocean views and you can walk to the Marginal Way. Many Thanks to Andy, Doug and Bob for doing such a wonderful Bed and breakfast. Thanks again. T. Storm
5 on January 11, 2014
It has become a tradition for me to spend my birthday weekend at Rockmere and this year I brought my sister with me. I love Ogunquit in the off-season and it is wonderful to be welcomed back each year by Andy and Doug as well as other guests that seem to visit at the same time each year. The breakfasts at the inn get better each year and we never tire of the lobster dinners from local restaurants. For me, there is no place better to 'get away' than Rockmere Lodge.
5 on December 18, 2013
We just got home from spending the most romantic and scenic weekend in Ogunquit Maine. Nestled on a hillside, steps from the Marginal Way, Rockmere Lodge over looks the ocean with all it's tranquility and ferociousness it can offer. We saw both this past weekend, as per New Englands ever changing weather, we had a calm Saturday and a Nor'ester Saturday night. The Lookout from the third floor of this wonderful B&B offered the best seat to wake up to a gorgeous Saturday morning watching the tranquil ocean, but then not to be outdone, we awoke to the fury of a Nor'easter on Sunday morning. All the while warm and safe in the lookout. The innkeepers are wonderful. They made us feel the Lodge was our temporary home. The breakfast cooked by Doug was the absolute best ever, especially the omelets. I've never had an omelet so moist and flavorful. Andy, is a wonderul story teller. He shared so many wonderful stories of their experiences while serving us breakfast. He told us about helping the save the Ogunquit Theater (a local icon) to being in Kermit the frog in Ogunquit's Christmas by the Sea parade. As well, he provided wonderful suggestions of the places to go and things to see during our stay. All of the rooms in the inn are impeccably decorated and will whisk the visitor back to the 1800's (except there is private baths of each room). When I stepped inside the Lodge, I marveled at each room. While every room was different, somehow, there was a flow to the decor that didn't make anything seem out of place. Of course going at Christmas time, we had the benefits of all the little extra things set out to regale the holiday in each room; so many Santas; so many poinsettas, and a revolving Christmas tree! Rockmere Lodge is a wonderful place for a romantic getaway. We came as strangers with expectations, and left as friends with hopes of returning in the not too distant future.
5 on November 08, 2013
Our first experience in Maine. And Doug and Andy at the Rockmere Lodge made it exceptional. Beautiful, cozy inn right at the entrance of The Marginal Way. Our room had breathtaking views of the craggy Maine coast. Wonderful cooked to order breakfast with great conversation with other guests from Canada and a colorful neighbor named Uncle Phil. Doug and Andy are wired into the local community so lots of good advice on sights, restaurants, shopping, etc. Our time in Maine at the Rockmere will definitely have us coming back.
4.8 on September 11, 2013
A beautiful old, Victorian, home with views of the ocean and steps away from the Marginal Way (a paved path that follows the shoreline). Hosts were very friendly and strived to provide the best service possible. Wonderful breakfast each morning was a perfect way to start the day. You can't go wrong staying here.
4.4 on September 03, 2013
My husband and I have been coming to Rockmere Lodge for four years. It's an easy, scenic drive from Montreal, Quebec. What sets this inn apart from all the others are three wonderful innkeepers, Bob, Andy and Doug - who do their utmost to make you feel as though their home is your home away from home. From the delicious breakfasts, great tips on where to eat and shop - everything is so laid back and relaxing. The inn's location is perfect - a two minute walk to the Little Beaches, and you don't have to bring beach towels or umbrellas - they're all provided for you. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate are available all day, and visit the tempting candy jars at the main desk! A great spot, away from the hustle and bustle of town and traffic, yet minutes to the famous marginal way. We will definately be back!! Arlene and Allan
4.6 on August 27, 2013
My husband and I recently visited to help us get over the loss of a beloved pet. We returned home after three nights feeling so much better. The combination of sea breezes, great food, fuzz therapy and the perfect location with lovely people did it. You can stay in this beautiful old house filled with treasures, and walk everywhere along the Marginal Way, so, no driving if you don't want to. It's wonderful to fall asleep and wake up to the sound of the ocean, and you don't hear very much else here.
5 on August 26, 2013
My wife and I just completed a wonderful 5-day stay at this beautiful Victorian Inn. Hosts Andy, Bob and Doug were attentive, helpful and most congenial. They obviously take great pride in their lodge. Highlight of each day was delicious breakfast as we socialized with our hosts, other guests, Uncle Phil and "the kids." What a beautiful was to start each day! We felt like part of their family from the moment we arrived. Everything about our accommodations was superb! Everything Ogunquit has to offer is a comfortable 1/2-mile stroll on the scenic Marginal Way only steps from the front porch. This was our second year at the Rockmere Lodge and we will surely return next year.
Quiet residential area, Walk to Perkins Cove and town, On the Marginal Way, Beachside, Oceanside, Small town
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 35 miles
FROM BOSTON: take I-95 North to the York-Ogunquit Exit (Exit 7 in Maine), go to traffic light (Route One), left (North) on Route One for 7 miles to Ogunquit, (Ogunquit Playhouse on right just past the town line), first right after Playhouse onto Bourne Lane to end, left onto Shore Road, first right onto Israel Head Road, follow Israel Head Road to ocean, Rockmere Lodge is on left after bend in road past lighthouse. FROM PORTLAND: I-95 South to the Wells-Ogunquit exit (Exit 19), left to Route One, right (South) on Route One to center of Ogunquit (about 5 miles), left on Shore Road to Isreal Head road on left, follow Israel Head Road to ocean, Rockmere Lodge on left after bend just past lighthouse.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Deep Sea Fishing, Lobstering trips, Whale Watching, Sailing, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Videos , Iron and Ironing Board in room, beach chairs , Beach towels, umbrellas (both rain and beach)
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bird watching, Boating, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Andy Antoniuk, Doug Flint & Bob Brown
Andy is the decorator. He collects CD's and Video's and has a background in theater. Bob collects Ogunquit Postcards (ask to see them when you visit). He also likes to read and do woodworking. They both love antiques.