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April 28, 2004
Special touches such as daily newspaper delivery of the Maine Sun Telegraph on Sundays and the Portland Herald on weekdays. The daily bed-making and refill of toiletries and fresh towels more than make up for the lack of a dishwasher, washer, and dryer. Two outdoor BBQs were available along with indoor heated pool/Jacuzzi. Most of the units, if not all, have access to private balconies.
Although there are no planned activities at the resort, there is a lot to do in the area. Visit local specialty stores for clothing and souvenirs as well as handmade crafts and knickknacks. Eat in a variety of dining establishments who specialize in lobster rolls, clam/seafood chowder, and homemade chocolates.
From journal Watching the Ocean Tides
by Mary Dickinson
May 13, 2003
The town is a traffic jam in the summer months, but laid-back the rest of the year. The neighborhood nearby is all old Victorian houses. Really nostolgic!
Make sure you get a no-smoking unit.
From journal Lighthouses on the Coast of Maine
September 30, 2002
From journal Relaxing on the maine coast
, New York
July 19, 2002
Seacastles Resortwas not listed in any of the travel guide books for Maine. We saw an ad in the USA Today newspaper for the 3 Norseman Resorts located in Ogunquit. Seacastles-In the Village; Ogunquit River Plantation-On the Ogunquit River; Norseman Motor Inn-On Ogunquit Beach.
We reserved a Deluxe Unit on the lst floor in the 2 story condo-like building separate from the main building. We were pleasantly surprised to see how spacious it was. These units include a kitchenette(including stove, refrigerator, utensils, and dinnerware). We had a dining table with seating for 4, living room with sleeper sofa and TV, clean bathroom with tub/shower and lots of towels and toiletries. The bedroom had a queen bed, 3 lamps, TV, and a door to close it off from the rest of the unit.It was very comfortable for a 3 nite stay.
INFORMATION:Reservations recommended - especially during high season(June 28-Sept. 1).One parking space per rental unit.Enclosed pool with retractable roof is small.No pets allowed.No hairdryers in room. However, they do have some for guests to borrow in rental office.This location is perfect for walking to Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Beach, shops, restaurants, etc.Check-In @ 3PM(firm) and Check-Out @ 11AM.
From journal Lobster Lovers' Land
April 29, 2002
From journal Great New England Vacation
San Francisco, California
August 7, 2000
From journal Two weeks in Greece