A stay at Morning Glory Inn is a vacation all in itself. We're on the coast, a short walk to the harbor, yet our Inn is surrounded by gardens that will relax & delight you. Awaken to freshly brewed coffee & home-made muffins, followed by one of our notable creative entrees made by Margie, co-owner & chef. For our guests, there are 2 separate living rooms with fireplaces, a library, filled with an array of books and cozy chairs and a fully equipped bar area for your enjoyment. The architecture is a unique combination of a 1775 colonial, and an expansive 'arts & crafts' style. You'll be charmed as soon as you enter. All guestrooms have; en-suite baths, cable TV, WIFI and private outdoor deck as well as a small fridge & iron & board. We are close to beaches, harbors, museums, walking & hiking trails. restaurants, & shopping. Let The Morning Glory Inn become a favorite getaway and a special memory.
4.8 on June 30, 2014
The most relaxing bed and breakfast stay ever. The setting is serene amidst the hustle and bustle of southern coastal Maine, the house is full of private places and not too many rooms and Margie and Doug are congenial yet not intrusive. The gardens are a delight. The food was creative and delicious. This is not your typical Victorian B&B, full of chintz, lace and four poster beds. It is artistic and sophisticated, without losing any sense of a comfortable inn. Highly recommended.
4.8 on June 12, 2013
My wife and I spent a relaxing and enjoyable week end here. The food was excellant and the hospitality was warm, freindly and comfortable. We look forward to returning. Bruce & Robin
5 on September 15, 2012
Bonnie and Bill are 2 of the most amazing people we have ever met. They are very accomodating and caring. We've visited their bed and breakfast multiple times and have always had a fantastic stay. The grounds are well kept and maintained as is the entire house. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing, a place where you deffinitely want to return to. The breakfasts are delicious and homemade and served in a professional manner. Visiting with them is like visiting with family. -Bill & Cathy D'A
5 on August 22, 2012
From the minute you step onto the meandering garden walkway leading to the entrance of Morning Glory Inn, you are transported in to a tranquil and beautiful space. Everything is first class - from the luxurious and comfortable accommodations - to the the beautifully presented and prepared breakfast. The owners, Bill and Bonnie are charming and delightful. The interiors are exquisite - a rare blend of under stated elegance balanced with pure functionality. No detail has been overlooked. This is an enchanting place which makes you believe in magical kingdoms! We did not want to leave...
5 on July 24, 2012
I travel to York just once a year and love staying here. Bill and Bonnie provide everything for a perfect stay. Thanks so much!
5 on July 01, 2012
We spent out honeymoon here and we both agreed that we have never felt so pampered in a B&B as we felt here. The food was excellent and imaginative. The hosts were always glad to meet any special food needs. One day we enjoyed a delicious omelet made with lactose-free cheese; fruit cups with fresh mint (yummy), and wonderful pastries each morning. Our bedroom was bright and so beautiful. Rooms were sparkling clean. The common rooms were fun to be in, especially the "upper room" with its library, DVDs and music. The house itself is charming in every detail with flowered gardens, reminding me of a european cottage. The hosts were friendly and helpful in any way we needed, and only to happy to chat. All in all, I can't wait for the day when we can return. York beach was no more than 10 minutes away, and there many beautiful places to walk within just a few minutes drive of the Inn. We could not have begun our marriage in a nicer setting.
5 on August 17, 2011
The Morning Glory Inn is an 11, and once you discover it, you will return. Often. Proprietors Bonnie and Bill have nurtured the inn and grounds into a gorgeous, picturesque, quaint, peaceful paradise amongst the flowers and trees just inland from the Maine coastline and tidal marshes. The location allows it to be calm and cool yet is within bicycle distance of the historic harbor town. The inn is spacious with plenty of common areas for relaxation - the original living room is great for lounging by the fire on chilly or rainy days; the main gathering room is another super comfy lounging area with a bar and wood stove; the library in the loft provides a hideaway; and there are several tables on the front patio amid the garden. Each room is unique, but all are so well appointed I believe that Bonnie and Bill must live in each during off season to ensure that each room has all the little touches that make it totally livable! I know because I have stayed in every room at least once - which tells you that I am among their many loyal repeat visitors. Coffee and teas are yours for the pouring all morning, and a tasty feast of fresh local produce and baked goods accompany the hot breakfast. But for as wonderful as the Inn is, Bonnie and Bill are the real treats. They are consummate professionals, yet are friendly and helpful without being intrusive. Staying at the Morning Glory Inn is like staying with favorite family that ensure your visit is comfortable while allowing you to go off on your own adventures during the day!
5 on June 28, 2011
A stroke of serendipity! On the spur of the moment we decided to find a B&B in the York, ME area and to our joy we discovered this Inn. We had just one night to stay and luckily they had just one room available, the Sandpiper. A beautiful Inn, with lovely gardens, situated on a quiet street. The accommodations were delightful, breakfast was delicious, and we will definitely be back for a longer stay.
4.6 on August 03, 2010
A wonderful, wooded setting close to beach; rooms have private deck off them to enjoy; multiple sitting areas in a beautifully beamed home that is very tastefully decorated; Innkeepers are so kind and helpful; we loved the beaches of York and got a chance to kayak on the ocean. Breakfast was very good, and enjoyed brick patio setting next to flowers. Spent two days here and would definately come back.
4.8 on June 11, 2010
Morning Glory has everything we look for in a B & B. Innkeepers Bill & Bonnie were great and went out of their way to make us feel at home. The grounds are beautiful and I enjoyed being able to sit outside and enjoy my morning coffee on the porch. Breakfast was tasty, ample parking, quiet surroundings and you felt very much at home. Thanks for a great vacation experience! Nancy & Bob
This quiet and soothing room has a king sized bed, and a private deck to enjoy the sunshine. The en-suite bathroom has a two person jet tub and a roomy shower with 2 shower heads and a built-in seat. This is a lovely, romantic room that guests just don't want to leave!
Nightly Rate: $215 - $265
Nightly Rate: $215 - $265
When you enter the Rachel Suite, you are struck by the sunshine pouring in. The bedroom has 3 walls of windows, providing beautiful views of of the trees outside. This room has a sitting area with 2 chairs & coffee table, and an entry room, which holds the bureau, a comfy chair & a desk. A private patio overlooking the grounds make the experience here complete. Guests leave the Rachel suite with a glow.
Nightly Rate: $215 - $245
Nightly Rate: $215 - $245
The Sandpiper has been called sweet, cozy, and most definitely, delightful. There is a door leading to your garden patio, and a large shower, to get ALL the sand out! This room is closest to the dining room, which can be very nice. A somewhat nautical theme adorns this room. You'll leave feeling like you experienced a little piece of heaven.
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 40 miles
From the South: Interstate 95 North towards "All points in Maine”. Go over the Piscataqua Bridge in N.H. and take Exit 7, "The Yorks" in Maine. (Last exit before tollbooth for the Maine Turnpike). From the North: Take Interstate 95 South. After passing through the last tollbooth on The Maine Turnpike (just south of Wells and Ogunquit) take first exit, "The Yorks". From Both Directions (North and South): Follow the spur road from Exit 7 "The Yorks" to Route 1. (Chamber of Commerce and Stonewall Kitchen will be directly in front of you). Go RIGHT onto Route 1 South. At 1st stop light go left onto Route 1A (York Street). Take your 2nd right at York St. Baptist Church onto Organaug Road. Go 1.5 miles (past York Middle School, through York Golf and Tennis Club, over the Sewall Bridge and up the hill) Organaug Rd. becomes Seabury Road. The entrance to Morning Glory Inn will be on your left and clearly marked with a sign and two stone pillars.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Sports venue, Tours, Zoo
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Board games, Fireplace, Kitchenette, Library, Microwave, Parking, Private entrance, Videos, Wet bar , Each room has a flower bordered deck. Beach towels, beach chairs & beach bags available for guestsFresh flowers in every room, from our garden when the season allows.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Walking Trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Let us know what you can or can't eat, and we'll most likely be able to accommodate you.
Oyster mushroom quiche-souffle
This is a breakfast that melts in your mouth. The combination of the delicate mushrooms, sauteed with shallots, and 2 cheeses make this a favorite.