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
3.8 on October 17, 2016
I spent a lovely four days at Rockmere Lodge. The hosts, Andy and Bob, were very friendly and helpful and served wonderful breakfasts each morning. The location is only a few yards from the Marginal Way and the views from my room, the Victoria Ruth, were spectacular. Each room includes a very helpful guide to local shopping and restaurants and Bob and Andy were always available to answer questions or provide recommendations. I can see why they have regulars who come year after year.
5 on October 09, 2016
Along the whole Maine Coast you could not pick a better location than the Rockmere Lodge as it sits looking over the ocean at about the midpoint of the Marginal Way path along the shore. The Inn brings back memories of opulent times from the past. And the best part was the innkeepers (Bob and Andy) who both entertained us guests with their good cheer and engrossing stories.
4.2 on October 04, 2016
We usually try to stay in B&Bs when we travel so we thought we would take a chance with the Rockmere Lodge. Great location right on the marginal way. Our room was a bit small, but clean and well furnished. The breakfast was excellent and the inn keepers were friendly and entertaining. They did an excellent job of making everyone feel comfortable and we had great conversations among the guests. We would defiantly stay there again
4.0 on September 26, 2016
5 on September 24, 2016
We were lucky to have chosen Rockmere, the 2 inn keeper/owners Bob and Andy run their B&B with a high level of integrity and care for their guests, a warm caring approach that is very rare. The Breakfasts are different every day, excellent, creative & freshly prepared, served on a different beautiful place setting every day. There are so many extra things that were provided, the most important was the advice and knowledge of the surrounding area generously provide by Bob & Andy. The house has art throughout including the bedrooms, it really felt like you are staying in someone's home. They have a fine eye for interior design, all the areas in the home have interesting items and art, full of character and warmth. We had a room with a wonderful view of the ocean, even from the bed.We had breakfast on the porch with a wonderful view of the ocean. We also were able to have breakfast in the dining room, the room is beautifully decorated, it was a chilly morning they had a fire going in the fireplace, very nice. The view of the ocean from the 3rd floor observatory/sitting room is spectacular. There was a lot to appreciate and like on this trip but what was the best thing was Bob and Andy's truly kind and generous demeanor and their true commitment to providing a special stay in their very special Inn.
5 on September 19, 2016
Our first visit to The Rockmere B&B and can't wait to go back ! The location is great , once you park your car you can walk everywhere . The view from our room of the ocean, sunrise and moon was spectacular! Breakfast was delicious. The Inn Keepers were friendly and accomadating . We are so glad we found this very special place !¿¿¿¿
3.0 on September 18, 2016
The breakfast was exceptional! The innkeepers do a great job and talking with them during breakfast on the porch was one of my favorite things! The room met my expectations and the decor was super neat, but unfortunately we found multiple pieces of trash around the room that had not been picked up, as well as trash underneath the bed covered in a sticky substance. Cant say enough enough good things about the location and view though!
4.0 on September 16, 2016
We truly enjoyed our stay at the Rockmere Lodge. It is located perfectly on the Marginal Way. The Inn Keepers (Andy and Bob) are very nice and friendly, and know a lot of the history of the town. The breakfasts are filling for the day. A quite place to relax-truly enjoyed sitting out on the porch reading-and looking up and seeing the ocean view. Enjoyed Abby (the dog) at breakfast-and would highly recommend the Rockmere Lodge-and would certainly stay again.
5 on September 11, 2016
Our stay at the Rockmere was exceptional, Andy and Bob are the perfect hosts in this truly historic home in Ogunquit that we plan on visiting again. Ocean views are amazing, no greater thrill than waking up to the sound of the coastal Maine surf. The included breakfast and conversation is the best in town. Very peaceful at any time day or night with easy access to the Marginal way, a midway location between Ogunquit and Perkins Cove made for enjoyable walks. We have been visiting Maine for more than 30 years the Rockmere tops our list.
4.0 on September 01, 2016
My wife and I had a lovely 2-night stay at Rockmere. The home is a truly eclectic collection of antique furnishing, floor-to-ceiling artwork and a fun array of autographed photos - include all of the Golden Girls. The hosts are friendly and the the grounds include a great screened-in gazebo. From just about anywhere on the grounds, including the porch where breakfast is served, you'll find ocean views. The thing that really makes Rockmere such an excellent place to stay is its location. The house is perched up on a small hill and is a 1-minute walk to the Marginal Way - a paved walking path connecting Perkins Cove just 10 minutes to your right, and the village of Ogunquit maybe 15 minutes to your left, where you will also find great beaches. You can simply park you car once and spend the next few days happily on foot.
This room is decorated in a Victorian wallpaper of green, gold and burgundy. On the first floor, this small but cozy room features a high backed Victorian bedroom set. Is has a queen size bed.
This room will take you back to nature with its wilderness theme with an evergreen, wildlife and pine cone patchwork quilt. It has nice ocean views from the queen size bed. It also has one upholstered chair to relax in.
This room is decorated in soothing shades of blue, yellow and white. It has a seaside retreat feel with a white cottage queen size bedroom set. Two upholstered chairs to relax and read or watch TV are also provided.
This is our nautical room decorated in blue and white with wicker furniture and one soft swivel chair from which to watch the ocean and the gardens. At the end of our sweeping veranda, it has its own private entrance.
Bright and cheery in muted tones of yellow, mustard and reds, this room has a French country décor with toile design wallpaper. A white washed queen size bedroom suite plus a sofa and two upholstered chairs are provided.
This is a corner room with fantastic ocean views. You can enjoy both the sunrise and sunset from this room. Lavender and white with hints of green make up the color theme. It is furnished with two upholstered chairs plus a queen size high back Victorian bed.
This third floor room with great views is decorated with a pink and burgundy roses wallpaper. It has a green queen size wrought iron bed plus a sofa to watch the tides coming in and going out.
Cream and tan with red accents are the theme of this room on the third floor. It has a country feel with a high backed Victorian headboard and two upholstered chairs to enjoy the ocean views.
Quiet residential area, Walk to Perkins Cove and town, On the Marginal Way, Oceanfront, Oceanview, 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
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Parking, 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, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
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
Restrictive , Vegetarian We can provide gluten-free if notified at check-in.