Guests Share Memories from The Dunes on the Waterfront
Our cottages and grounds are filled with history — and not just our own. It’s the memories and traditions of our guests that make The Dunes on the Waterfront such a special place, and we always love to hear about what made The Dunes stand out in your mind. When guests share memories, it brings our families closer together.
Perhaps you’ve celebrated a birthday, an engagement, spent some time with family or just savored a relaxing vacation in Ogunquit, Maine — tell us about it! Here are a just a few memories submitted by guests, proving that it’s often in the little things that the best guest memories are made.
“If you have ever gotten up to see the sunrise, you need to quiet a very strong urge to run throughout The Dunes and awaken everyone to see it! The colors on the river are very different with high or low tide. It is always very quiet and always worth the rise out of bed.” — Brian Finn
“When we made the reservations, we weren’t sure what to expect, but we were looking for a place to witness the fall foliage and to relax. Just sitting in the Adirondack chairs, facing the Atlantic Ocean, and letting the ocean breeze roll over us, made it so close to heaven. Perkins Cove and walking the Marginal Way returned us to our youth and gave us strength to face the world again. Thanks!” — Joetta Duke
“Beautiful sunrises, low tides that offer an incredible array of birds dancing as they search for their dinner, sunlight sparkling like diamonds on the water, white sails off in the distance, lighthouses twinkling at us each night in competition with the stars and disconnecting from the world that brings a wonderful sense of peace each day that we’re there…” — Debbie and Kenn Nebel
“We always enjoy the hospitality of the staff and the accommodations. It is quiet and restful. We like that we can cross the tidal river at low tide and be on the beach! It is awesome!” — Paul and Marie Tomberg
Whether you’ve stayed with us once or returned year after year, tell us what caught your interest (and your pleasure) at the Dunes. It only takes a few minutes, and you can easily share memories of the Dunes on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.