Places to stay in Cape Neddick, Maine
There are 8 accommodations listed in Cape Neddick
Listed under Cape Neddick Campsites, located approximately 4.19km away.
Our convenient location on Shore Road between York and Ogunquit beaches in beautiful Cape Neddick is the perfect place to stay while you explore southern Maine. [ More details ]
Listed under Cape Neddick Campsites, located approximately 1.78km away.
Situated on twenty-six acres in Cape Neddick, Maine Dixon’s Campground offers a pristine and natural Maine woods camping experience in the heart of the southern seacoast. Our Route one location is just two miles south of Ogunquit Center and three miles north of York Beach. So, take in the sites and then come home to the Maine woods and relax. Whatever escape you are looking for, Dixon’s Coastal Maine Campground can help you find it. [ More details ]
Listed under Cape Neddick Bed and Breakfasts, located approximately 4.42km away.
Originally built in the late 1800's as a vacation home for a wealthy Boston family, our conveniently located manor is your home away from home for exploring all that picturesque coastal Maine has to offer. Rest in your beautifully appointed room with private bath or relax and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine in front of our fireplace in the living room. After a peaceful night's sleep on our amazing feather beds, enjoy a continental breakfast on the front porch as you enjoy the quiet and ..... [ More details ]
Listed under Cape Neddick Motels, located approximately 2.59km away.
The Country View is conveniently located on Route One in Cape Neddick Maine, just minutes from the beautiful beaches of York and Ogunquit. Three miles to the north is Oqunguit, which offers its visitors seaside shops, fine restaurants and the Ogunquit playhouse, as well as the famous Marginal Way. Ogunquit's Perkins Cove boasts charter deep sea fishing, whale watching and of course seafood dinning. [ More details ]
Listed under Cape Neddick Hotels, located approximately 0.65km away.
The Union Bluff Hotel has been keeping a watchful eye over the shores of Short Sands Beach since 1868. Back then, guests arrived by horse drawn carriage and steam train with their trunks packed for a month long stay. The feeling of the Bluff's old-world charm remains just as strong today. Learn more about our rich history, fantastic lodging and delicious food. [ More details ]