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Booked a week in October at Dockside after checking the reviews on here, studying the website and comparing the other hotels and inns around York Harbour. The reviews seemed very favourable,the rooms looked good and the price about what you would expect.
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Response from guestquarters, Owner at Dockside Guest Quarters and RestaurantResponded November 8, 2012
Unfortunately the Dockside did not match these guest’s expectations. It is clear to me that they were looking for a full-service upscale hotel. This is clear by their decision to move to the Stage Neck Inn, a very nice 4 diamond hotel. It is obvious,...More
First impressions are misleading because you have to approach Dockside through a boat yard.Check in is rather late at 4.00pm but the innkeeper directed us to Perkins Cove to pass the afternoon away.Our room on the first floor with a large shared wooden terrace,had beautiful...More
We did a weekend getaway at this beautiful Inn in late September, 2012. Upon arrival we were greeted by Carol, owner of the Inn. She was so hospitable and sweet and even walked us upstairs to our room despite a knee injury. Every afternoon, there...More
This is an old inn, beautifully maintained by it's on site owners. The decor is perfect, with Maine coastal and boating theme. The inn is on a little island in York Harbor, so every direction one looks there are sites of fishing boats moored, the...More
This was our second stay at Dockside and we think it is a great "welcome-to-Maine" stop if you are driving up from Boston (only and hour-and-a-half from the airport.) There are really not that many non-motel places to stay in southern Maine with water views,...More