Maine Ranked “most peaceful state” in USA TODAY – even a picture of the Nubble in York Beach!
Dockside Guest Quarters
Distinctive Dining & Lodging
York Harbor, Maine
April 25, 2012
April 23, 2012
Dockside’s Opening Day is Just Around The Corner!
Spring has sprung !!
It is hard to believe that spring is here and with that the Dockside will be opening for the 2012 season on Friday April 27th.
Opening Friday and Saturday nights starting Friday April 27th. Then 7 days per week starting Friday May25th.
Click here for lodging options and rates
Come and enjoy the spring time in Maine at discounted off-season rates.
We also have 2 night packages that include dinner and breakfast starting at $462
Call today for best selection of rooms. Room up-grades, fireplaces and suites available.
Office hours Monday – Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm Online reservation requests 24/7
Dockside Guest Quarters & Restaurant
22 Harris Island Road York, Maine 03909
PACKAGE SPECIALS FOR APRIL AND MAY
$50 OFF TWO NIGHT PACKAGES in April and May
- Comfortable room with water view
- Dinner for two, two nights
- Breakfast each morning
- Lodging and meals tax
- Lodging gratuity
- Gratuity on dinner is additional
Offer Expires: Monday May 31, 2012
March 28, 2012
The Maine House is currently getting a lot of attention. As with most older buildings it requires more maintenance than newer ones. Some of the work you will notice and we hope you will like it. But the new chimney will probably go unnoticed.
Carpenter Scott Chase installs wainscoating in room 101’s bathroom
Not pictured is exterior painting and building a new chimney ! Coming soon.
March 22, 2012
As most areas in the northeast, we have had a very warm winter. However, the 80 degree days we had this week are the best.There are actually people at Harbor Beach today with kids in the water. BUT the water was only 43* !!
February 6, 2012
The Dockside has been invaded by Canadian Geese. There have been times when upward of 50 have been on the lawn along the water, in front of the Maine House. With mild temperatures and no snow they find this a great place to hang out. Unfortunately the mess they leave behind is unbelievable! In a scene from the movie Caddy Shack we are batting to persuade them to go somewhere else. So far our Down East scarecrows complete with reflective CD’s are doing the trick! They stand watch 24/7 in rain and snow with no complaints! I wonder if we can get them to make beds?
January 25, 2012
Good news on airfare to Maine ! Southwest Airlines has announced that it will start flying to Portland, Maine as well as Boston and Manchester,NH. This can only help reduce fare and add convenience. http://portland.wcsh6.com/news/news/102759-southwest-airlines-way-pwm
January 24, 2012
Pictured below are a couple of important guys that help keep the Dockside maintained at a high level. Scott and Zach Chase are the carpenters who repair just about everything at Dockside. They show up in November and leave in April. Scott has been with us for over 35 years.
Siding, windows decks, leaking roofs and more.
In the project pictured above they are replacing rotten siding out side of room 115 in the Lookout. BUT they had to remove the stairs going to room 119 & 120 to get at the problem. Nothing is simple!
January 10, 2012
This is a continuation of a series about what we do at the Dockside over the winter months.
Fred gives room 113 in the Quarterdeck a refresh; He has stripped the old wall paper and painted the ceiling, walls and woodwork. There will be new upholstered chairs and lighting.
January 2, 2012
One of the most common questions I get is “what do you do all winter?”
Lots actually, we work on room renovations, maintenance and other projects that we can’t do when there are guests around. We just performed one of the more interesting ones: taking down the flag pole in front of the Maine House. It hasn’t been down in over 5 years and needed to be painted. Good thing we did because we found some rotten spots that need to be repaired. Yes, the flagpole is wood.
The above photo shows the 48′ flagpole being loaded on a truck to be taken away for repairs.
December 19, 2011
A whimsical view of Cape Neddick Light Station, commonly referred to as Nubble Light in York Beach, Maine.