The Sparhawk Oceanfront Resort is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Ogunquit, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Ogunquit's most popular landmarks, such as Ogunquit Memorial Library (0.2 mi) and Beach Plum Farm (1.1 mi), The Sparhawk Oceanfront Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at The Sparhawk Oceanfront Resort provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, The Sparhawk Oceanfront Resort offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Ogunquit trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to The Greenery Cafe, Bread and Roses Bakery, or Caffe Prego, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Sparhawk Oceanfront Resort.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Marginal Way (0.4 mi), Perkins Cove (0.8 mi), or Ogunquit Beach District (0.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Ogunquit!
We just wrapped up our stay here and it was simply awesome! We have been coming to Ogunquit for years and this place, by far, is our favorite. Gorgeous ocean views with a balcony to enjoy the fabulous views and sounds. The room was clean and spacious, and that view.....did I mention that already??!! They do offer a continental breakfast but because of Covid-19 you just filled out a form the night before of what you wanted and went down in the morning to pick it up. You could eat in the spaced out dining room or deck area if you wanted or you could bring it back to your room to enjoy. It’s close to everything in town so need to drive anywhere. Can’t say enough about this place and we will definitely be back.
I have been staying here for years when I go to Maine in October and it is ALWAYS excellent. Never have had a complaint of any kind. Views are the best, breakfast is good (especially the Cinnamon Chip muffins).
We had a really nice stay. (Some of the reviews below shock me. Yes the Sparhawk is basically a motel but so are virtually all the places in Ogunquit. If you want the Ritz Carlton you’re in the wrong town!) We were on the second floor of the Ireland building. The views out to sea from out balcony were great, and watching the tide go in and out was mesmerizing. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Bathroom was nice and newly renovated. We declined housekeeping due to Covid and had towels replaced as needed. Only negatives - the wood furniture could stand to be replaced. It really detracts from the look. The blankets, as noted by some other reviewers, need to go. (Even the Holiday Inn Express in Sturbridge had luxurious fluffy comforters in clean duvets.) Location was absolutely perfect. Walk to literally everything, including the Marginal Way, Perkins Cove, downtown shops and restaurants, and the ocean. …
Here we have a room looking down at a beach there is not access to. A room with paper thin walls so I can hear the conversations of our neighbors, late into the night. A room with no coffee maker. A room with no fan in the bathroom. A room with one meager blanket that you could purchase for three dollars at any Salvation Army store. This place is essentially an old motel, covered in white plastic trip to give it a certain look of elegance that is fraudulent. All of this for the princely sum of just over $200 a night. I've stayed in good and bad hotels all over the world and this one ranks near the bottom.
The Sparhawk is a nice place run by nice folks. All of the pandemic precautions one would expect are in place. Grounds are lovely and include adequate parking in a nice and level lot - no cramming cars into awkward spots. Pool, tennis, shuffleboard, picnic area, flowers, and more. Many rooms with balconies that are literally immediately over the seawall - no rooms closer to the water in Ogunquit. If you like being lulled to sleep to the sound of the waves, this is the place to stay. Rooms are decent size and clean. Some renovations for modernization, but furniture and televisions still need updating. Breakfast was great - you specify what you want the night before and the next morning a grab and go breakfast bag to your specification awaits you and your desired time. Proximity to Ogunquit restaurants and shops could not be better. Prices slightly higher than most other local hotels, but worth it. Will certainly stay here again.…