Ogunquit is renowned for its artist community and offers an array of museums and fine galleries. At Gazebo Inn Ogunquit, we celebrate our local artists with a unique assortment of artwork displayed throughout the house.
"Star of India"
Robert C. Rasche
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Gazebo Inn Ogunquit is a 170 year old farmhouse, located in Ogunquits famous footbridge village, southern Maine. Built as a single family home originally, it stayed that way for over 100 years. The Gazebo Inn became an apartment building in the 1970's and then turned into the beautiful Inn that it is today in the early 80's. The majority of the Inn has been renovated over the last 4 years providing a comfortable and relaxed environment for our guests.
The original builder of the Gazebo Inn Ogunquit, Woodbury Dickson, pictured at the left below with his second wife Eleanor Dixon. In honor of Woodbury Dickson we have named our premier penthouse suite in our new barn renovation after him. Available for booking beginning April 16, 2008.
Gazebo Inn Ogunquit has a 40 x 60 original barn, and current Innkeeper/ Owners Scott Osgood and Bruce Senecal have incorporateD the barn into a major part of the Gazebo Inn Ogunquit for guests to experience and enjoy. Our exciting barn restoration has been completed and opened for Spring 2008. New amenities include, 40x30 common room with 12 foot granite fireplace, gym with 10x10 Sauna and indoor hot tub/spa, couples massage room, BYOB bar, 30x18 ocean view library/function room. 5 new suites with 100 gallon 2 person whirlpool tubs, 2 way fireplaces viewable from both the bath and sitting area,walk in steam room/rain shower with body jets, kitchenette's, King beds, touch pad music choices, flat screen 32" digital HDTV, VCR, DVD, and spectacular cathedral ceilings. Four suites will have elevator access.
York County Star
March 24, 2005
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