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Place to stay in Ogunquit

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I'm trying to pick a place to stay in Ogunquit for a day or 2. I will be out most of the day, so I don't want to spend a lot. Most of what I see in my price range ($100, mid week) are those upscale motels along rt 1. I'm not a fan of motels in general (I prefer interior entrances to guestrooms) but it looks like that's what's available. Some I've looked at have some rooms in multistory buildings. I also don't like frilly B&Bs but I think the ones in that area are too high priced for me anyway (years ago I stayed at the Hartwell House, which was fine)

Tripadvisor reviews are not that helpful since most are raves, including those that praise the supermarket muffins at breakfast The negative ones seems off point to me like the place is horrible just because there are no microwaves in the room. One thing see a lot in reviews are places with upgraded some rooms or parts of rooms, (flat screen TVs, new beds) but with dirty carpets and moldy bathrooms untouched

So out of these choices or others you've been to recently, do you have a suggestion for me?
Gorges Grant
Admiral's Inn

Beachmere, Sparhawk, Anchorage, the ones on the water are much more expensive unless you know of some secret discount that you care to share :)

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