If we had been told about the bridge being out, we would have chosen another hotel. York Village, the closest town, would be a pleasant walk but without the bridge in service, you must drive everywhere. We stayed 4 nights in one of the out buildings. We had a suite with terrace. The site and the view are marvelous. Just picture pretty and the tides are fascinating. We were very disappointed with the Inn, in general. Our room was simple but in need of several repairs and updates. There were no amenities supplied aside from soap. There is no newspaper in the main Inn where you have breakfast. Not even one copy to pass around. Breakfast is well prepared. The main house is locked at 9PM so that those staying in the other buildings have no access. I disliked this practice which is different from all other Inns we've stayed in. There is usually a master key for access. The Inn advertises a Harbor cruise 3 times a week. It was cancelled during our stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Dockside is a special place on the Maine seacoast offering distinctive dining and lodging overlooking picturesque York Harbor. It captures the essence of Maine with its natural beauty, gracious hospitality and abundant activities. Accommodations are in the Maine House, a quintessential "New England Cottage" and multi-unit buildings at the water's edge, most with a private deck and water view. Our restaurant shares the same magnificent views while offering a truly enjoyable dinning experience ... more less
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- Dockside Guest Quarters And Restaurant Hotel York
- Dockside Guest Quarters And Restaurant York, Maine