Dockside Guest Quarters

January 30, 2014

Erosion repair

Over the past three years strong coastal storms have taken their toll on the shoreline of the Dockside, creating substantial erosion. This winter while the ground is frozen we are repairing it with a heavy duty silt fabric and a stone berm.

Erosion repair in front of the Crows Nest

Erosion repair in front of the Crows Nest

January 14, 2014

Great lodging and dining packages for 2014 !

Once again we will be offering a great lodging and dining package. The rates will vary with time of year and type of room selected. They all come with a comfortable room with water view and great food. Even a complimentary River Cruise if the weather cooperates.
Check our web site for details.

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January 8, 2014

Photo Contest winners!

We are please to announce the winners of our photo contest. We were fortunate to receive lots of great pictures for the contest from our guests. Well done and thank you to everyone that participated.

Congratulation to the winners ! These are truly exceptional photos !!

1st Place - John Ashe

1st Place - John Ashe

2nd Place- Anthony Reczek

2nd Place- Anthony Reczek

3rd place - Michelle Kollenda

3rd place - Michelle K.

December 16, 2013

OK- I guess we were due. This weekend we had our first winter storm. 10 ” of snow, 35mph winds and lots of big surf along York Beach. Not much of a day for golf but, after it cleared we were left with a classic winter scene.

York Harbor from Dockside's lawn

York Harbor from Dockside's lawn

December 10, 2013

Dockside Gift Certificate Sale

Once again we are offering Dockside Gift Certificates at a 10% discount as our thank you to you.

Good for food or lodging.
This is a gift that will be the right color, style, size  and is sure to fit !
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Gift Certificate sale !  -10% OFF
As our holiday gift to you.  W e will take 10% off the price of  any gift certificate purchased before December 20, 2013.

$50.00 maximum discount.

Purchase a gift certificate for $200 and pay $180 !



We make it easy – gift certificates can be purchased by calling, emailing or on line.
Last minute shopper ?  No problem – gift certificates can be emailed !
Feel free to contact us with any questions at 1-800-270-1977.
Winter office hours; Monday- Thursday  9:00-3:00pm
We’re here to help you!
Sincerely,
Dockside Guest Quarters
Dockside Guest Quarters & Restaurant
22 Harris Island Rd.
York, Maine 03909
1-800-270-1977
email: info@docksidegq.com
web: docksidegq.com

June 23, 2013

Certificate Of Excellence

We are pleased to announce that the Dockside was given the Tripadvisor Certificate Of Excellence. This is awarded to businesses that rank in the top 10% worldwide for traveler feedback.

Come and see why- check out our great July two night package special – 20% off regular rates !!!

Trip Advisor Certificate Of Excellence

Trip Advisor Certificate Of Excellence

January 16, 2013

Loyal Docksiders

Jane and her mother Bessie Difley on the Dockside front lawn.
Their family has been staying at the Dockside for two weeks for over 20 years! Not only are they loyal customers but have become our good friends.

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September 21, 2012

Fall Foliage

Fall is a great time to visit the Maine Coast. Reduced crowds and rates and beautiful crisp weather. Check out this link to the State of Maine’s foliage information. Plan your trip NOW!

Beautiful foliage at Dockside

Beautiful Foliage at Dockside
York's Wiggly Bridge

York's Wiggly Bridge walking path

August 16, 2012

More grounding photos

Grounded sailboat viewed from Dockside's lawn

Grounded sailboat viewed from Dockside's lawn

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Grounded sailboat with Dockside in the background

When the tide came in the boat floated and sailed away, like nothing ever happened !

August 10, 2012

Land-HO!

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Grounded boat in front of Dockside

Though there was not much of a view this morning with heavy fog settling in, plenty was to view from the Dockside grounds. What was planned to be a relaxing morning sail turned into a circus attraction for one unfortunate sailor who struck ground in his vessel early Friday morning. The boat will be leaning on its side for the next ten hours as it awaits the next high tide.

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