Southern Maine Coast
Guests of the Atlantic Oceanfront Hotel are fortunate to be directly on Wells Beach. But in addition to our fabulous beachfront setting, you are also centrally located to the finest shopping, museums, lighthouses, boat tours, golf and dining the Southern Maine Coast has to offer.
History and geography come together for an unforgettable vacation. Outlet shops, antiques, boutiques, and Maine’s best seafood are all here to savor. Enjoy a lobster boat cruise along the coast, canoeing on a tidal river, a trolley ride, or the thrill of an oceanside amusement park. Wells and the Southern Maine Coast have it all.
The Southern Maine Coast region is a year ’round vacation destination with our miles of sandy beaches, excellent restaurants, and a host of activities for every season. Visit the many boutique stores, outlets and antique shops.
Attractions including area lighthouses, York Wild Animal Park, the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunk, Funtown/Splashtown Amusement Park in Saco, Palace Playland on the beach in Old Orchard Beach, and Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm are all nearby.
Kittery provides a taste of Maine with fresh lobsters caught right off the coast. Route 1 is filled with outlet stores of every kind imaginable. Historic York brings back history. Ogunquit attracts artists as it has for years. Artists’ renditions of the awesome Maine coast leave to adorn living room walls every year. Enjoy a special moment at Perkins Cove, take a coastal walk along Marginal Way, or relax with an evening of summer stock theatre at the Ogunq
uit Playhouse. Walkers PointWells is filled with antique shops, used and antique book shops, the Wells National Estuarine Reserve at Laudholm Farm and the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge. The Kennebunks attract the famous each summer including former President George Bush. The “Port” (Kennebunkport) is unique and particularly well known for its fine food, shopping and magnificent oceanfront estates.
The Atlantic Oceanfront Hotel, Wells Beach and the Southern Maine Coast, a million miles from the daily grind, only a short distance from you.
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