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Stage Neck Inn
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8 Stage Neck Rd York, ME 03909
8 Stage Neck RoadUSMaineYork03909
Hotel, Beach Resort
Beach Resort
Luxury Hotel
Fine Dining Restaurant
Day Spa
Cocktail Bar
Seafood Restaurant
Warm hospitality, resort amenities, delicious food and a spectacular oceanfront setting combine for the perfect getaway, vacation, family reunion, conference or wedding. Hotel rates include breakfast. Our restaurants are open to the public. Enjoy lunch or dinner daily, plus Sunday Brunch, with breathtaking ocean and river views in York Harbor. Day spa is open to the public, offering nail and body treatments.
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Refined lodging with a spa, an indoor pool & a seasonal outdoor pool, plus 2 clay tennis courts.- Google
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Steven Cohen
5 months ago
We had our daughter's wedding at Stage Neck, and it was a great experience. The staff was knowledgable, patient and extremely helpful with arrangements as well as referrals to othe vendors (we really liked the officiant). The plan was for an outdoor ceremony if possible, with Plan B being to hold the ceremony in the covered patio. On Friday the forecast was for a nor'easter on the day of the wedding. When we arrived for the rehearsal, Dawn told us that they felt the patio would be too noisy with the wind, and they moved the ceremony into the restaurant, which is actually a much nicer room. We particularly liked that the ceremony and the reception were in different spaces, so no need to crowd the guests into some small space while the room was broken down and set up for dinner. They were also really good about working with us on some last minute table logistics. The service all through the reception was excellent, and the food was very good. A lot of people told us that it was the nicest wedding they had ever been to. And even though everything had to be inside, there are great views of the water from botth the restaurant and the reception room. Many of our guests also stayed in the inn and found the rooms very comfortable.
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A Google User
4 years ago
My wife and I spent three days at the Inn and were very impressed with the place. There were some issues however that detracted from our vacation. One good point is that the outdoor pool has reserved times for the adults to swim at 8-9 AM, 12-1 PM and 4-5 PM since the pool is totally monopolized by kids. They could arrange more convenient times but at least there is some time set aside for adults who would like to use the pool as well. The breakfast buffet is great but the main restaurant is not. We had gazpacho that was so spicy it scalded your mouth and there was so much spice on the scallops that you couldn't taste them. One night for dinner we were left sitting forever by a waitress who never came back after she brought the entrees so we just got up and left.Considering the prices in the restaurant they could have done a better job with the food. If we go back we'll either eat in town or eat in the bar. The room was spotless and comfortable with a/c that came in handy as it was hot and humid.
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A Google User
5 years ago
My parents were visiting from Los Angeles and wanted to stay somewhere up to their high European standards in York to be close to our house. The Stage Neck was chosen. The reservations were made under my stepfather Middle Eastern surname (that was the beginning of the bad service). They not only booked them a room overlooking the parking lot instead of the ocean view room they asked and were charged for, but they would not refund the entire amount of the room. The Stageneck bills itself a "European boutique hotel" - I do not believe any of the management has ever stepped foot in Europe.
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A Google User
3 years ago
A Google User
4 years ago
My wife and I discovered this resort looking just scoping around on the 'net looking for a nearby place to get away for her birthday. We were visiting during their low season and got great rates. The wine and cheese hour was a nice touch, coming just after our arrival and allowing us to get into the vibe of the place. Overall the inn had a very relaxed pace, very unhassled, and a feeling that no one was looking over your shoulder. Some other high end resorts can unfortunately make you feel self-conscious, like you're intruding on someone's turf. We took a nice walk along the cliffside path before dinner. And as far as dinner itself, it was excellent. A great experience overall and we would definitely stay again. One small negative: a very curious Maid Service Charge coming just as we checked out. What's up with having to extract four more bucks from visitors as they're going out the door? Kind of cheesy. Seems that charge should be just wrapped into the room rate.
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A Google User
4 years ago
My husband and I stayed here for three nights with our 4 year old daughter. We consider ourselves to have pretty high standards of "vacationing" and this place was no exception. The staff was amazing, the rooms were not only up to date but extremely clean, and the amenities on-site couldn't be beat. If you're into Honky-Tonk beach vacations this is not for you. It is upscale without being pretentious and we couldn't believe how many families were there. The rooms are impeccable and cleaned about THREE times a day. There is a private beach right next to the resort with soft sand, an enormous outdoor pool with grill restaurant, and an indoor pool which yes, is small, but serves its purpose. We loved that we could either stay at the "resort" all day or go into downtown York for the day and then come back to our lovely retreat. We did get an Ocean View King Room with a balcony but next year we would move to the garden floor since the walkout ground level patio would have been ideal for our daughter. The only negative aspect was that the Ocean View Room balcony was very small and not very private since it is right above the lawn where everyone sits. Everyone sitting outside in the big adirondack chairs or in the restaurant can see right up to where you are sitting. That said, we would still get Ocean View or Harbor View but on the garden level. And honestly, the rooms overlooking the parking lot were not bad at all if you are looking to save money. In addition to looking at the parking lot you can still see the boat docks and beach! So overall, a lovely vacation and we cannot wait to return next year!
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