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Our History

Ogunquit Maine, book your vacation at the Old Village Inn.

Where the warm hospitality, easy comfort, fine food and spirits so basic to the New England country inn of the past are alive and well today.

Ogunquit Maine Old Village Inn

The Inn, built in 1833, has never been a single family home. It has always been a comfortable stop for weary travelers. Before it was the Old Village Inn, it was known as a dormitory for the fine working women of Ogunquit in the late 1940’s. The modern incarnation of the Inn attempts to hold true to the past with peaceful rooms, appointed with many of today’s conveniences for your enjoyment.

Activities and Attractions

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Art Galleries, Museums and Studios

Our location gives you the opportunity to explore local art galleries, museums and studios with ease. Come visit these wonderful attractions and witness what Ogunquit has to offer!

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Entertainment and Theatres

The Ogunquit Movie Theatre is located right across the street! If you are in the spirit for live theatre, the Ogunquit playhouse is less then a mile away.

Fitness Massage and Spa

Please visit ogunquit.org for a complete list of wonderful spas, massage services and fitness centers in town.

Shopping and Sweets

With the Harbor Candy Shop right next door, your sweet tooth will thank you! The local grocer is a one minute walk and if you would like to enjoy a little drive, the Kittery Outlets are 7.2 miles away!

The Marginal Way

In 1925, the magnificent Marginal Way was given as a gift to the Town of Ogunquit by Josiah Chase of York and is now a paved footpath beginning (or ending) in a corner of Oarweed Cove near the harbor, then running for 1 ¼ miles to the marvelous expanse of Ogunquit Beach.

The Beach

The beach is a four minute walk away from The Old Village Inn. Enjoy a walk on the beach, build a sandcastle, and don’t forget to grab an ice cream!

The Scotch Hill Inn

We are pleased to announce we are now offering a stay with our dine inn packages.