Last Minute Stays

Last Minute Stays

June 4, 5, 6, 7, 2023 – Two Bedroom Cottage #15  (dog-friendly) – This unit is a standalone cottage with 2 bedrooms (queen in one bedroom two twins in the second), full bathroom, full kitchen, living room with fireplace and outdoor sitting area.  This is $405 per night plus tax and an additional $35 per night, per dog (max 2 dogs) no minimum.

June 9 & 10, 2023 – Classic Guestroom #5C – This unit is located in our 2-story building on the second floor, middle unit.  There is a queen bed, bathroom with a shower, small refrigerator, Keurig coffee maker, and a shared balcony.  $295 per night plus tax. (2-night minimum).

June 10, 11, 12, 2023 – Two Bedroom Cottage #20 (dog friendly) – This unit is a small two-bedroom standalone cottage with a full bed in one bedroom, one twin in the second, bathroom with shower, full kitchen, living room with a single sleeper sofa and a screened in porch.  This is $415 per night plus tax and an additional $35 per night, per dog (max 2 dogs) 3-night minimum.

June 17-24, 2023 – Two Bedroom Cottage #1 (dog friendly) – This unit is a two-bedroom waterfront cottage with one full bed in each bedroom, a full bathroom, a living room with a sleep sofa, and fireplace, a full kitchen, screened in porch and Adirondack chairs outside.  This is at $575 per night plus tax and an additional $35 per night, per dog (max 2 dogs) 7-night minimum

June 18-24, 2023 – Cottage Suite #21A – This unit is in a multi-unit building with a queen bed in the living room bedroom combination with a fireplace, full kitchen, bathroom with a shower, and an outdoor siting area.  This is at $440 per night plus tax and a 3-night minimum.

This is availability posted as of 64/23.

A Few Hints on How to Spend Your Getaway

Last-minute getaways are also really big in the Spring and Fall at The Dunes. Between sandy beaches, lobster shacks, and scenic wilderness trails, there are plenty of ways to maximize your time with us. Aside from our magnificent beaches and fabulous downtown, here are a few ideas we’ve put together to help you do just that.

  1. Plan the Best Beach Day Ever. 
    When in Rome, do as Romans do; when in Maine… well, you know. For you beach bums, plan your whole day around Ogunquit’s sandy shores. Prep some sandwiches and picnic essentials at your own cottage kitchen, and take a short walk (or row, depending on the tide) over to Ogunquit Beach. Don’t worry — with the softest sand in Maine at your feet, you can stroll barefoot in the sand without a rock in sight                      
  2. Take to the Waves on a Stand-up Paddleboard.   
     For those seeking a bit of adventure,  stand-up paddleboarding will add a little excitement to your outing. First-timers be prepared — this balancing act might be tricky at first. But trust us. The family that falls together laughs together. Take an introductory lesson right here at The Dunes with the help of Liquid Dreams Surf Shop, and be sure to have someone on photography duty to catch the hilarity as it unfolds.
  3.  Explore One Of Southern Maine’s Walking Trails.     
    A nature lover? Then take a hike along one of southern Maine’s scenic walking trails. Enjoy the breathtaking ocean views along The Marginal Way, followed by some post-stroll Maine lobster at Barnacle Billy’s down in Perkins Cove. If the mountains are more your thing, strap on some hiking boots and tackle Mount Agamenticus. Its just a few miles from The Dunes. With three loop trails of varying difficulties and lots of majestic Maine wildlife and breathtaking mountain views, Mt. A is a dream come true for any outdoor lover.
  4. Take a Swing at a Southern Maine Golf Course.  
    Looking to channel your inner Tiger Woods? Take a swing at one of southern Maine’s beautiful golf courses. Guests here at The Dunes can enjoy a few rounds at the semi-private Cape Neddick Country Club (a Dunes partner), or take a trip over to The Ledges public golf club, which boasts some sweeping ocean views and Pine Tree State greenery.
  5. Take a Day Trip to Southern Maine’s Lakes and Rivers.     
    Prefer boating to sunbathing? Maine is the cream of the crop when it comes to forest-lined lakefronts. Take a boat ride on Lake Sebago and do a little fishing, or visit the Saco River and the delicious waterfront restaurants in town (like The Run of the Mill). If you’d rather soar than swim, get a bird’s-eye view of western Maine’s beautiful lakes and dense forests at Naples Seaplane Adventures.

Tour Our Cottages and Guestrooms:

Ogunquit Cottages

Our classic Maine cottages are equipped with full kitchens, full baths, hardwood floors, and may include porches and fireplaces.



The rates for our unique, hotel-style guestrooms are based on double occupancy. Additional guests will be $20.00 per night plus tax.

Ready to make your Ogunquit getaway? Call us at 207-646-2612 or book online to snag one of these last-minute stays.