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Oceanside Inn of Scituate
8 Oceanside Drive
Scituate, MA 02066
Phone: 781-544-0002


 

Scituate Harbor
Located half way between Boston and Plymouth, historic Scituate was first settled in 1628.   Shipbuilding was one of the earliest industries, establishing a seafaring heritage that continues today

The name Scituate is derived from an Indian word meaning "Cold Brook".  Natives pronounced it "Sit-chew-uht".

Historic sites include:

  • The 1797 Cudworth House -First Parish Road
  • The Mann Farmhouse and Museum  on Greenfield Lane
  • The Old Bucket Homestead, home of 19th century author Samuel Woodworth
  • The Red School house on Cudworth road, built in 1873
  • Stockbridge Mill on Country Way, built in 1640, which still grinds cornmeal during historic tours.

Today, Scituate Harbor is home port to a small fleet of commercial fishing craft and pleasure boats of every description.  Deep sea fishing charters and whale watching excursions are available in season.

For additional information on Scituate. Visit the Scituate web site

Scituate Harbor is home to many historic sites and the Oceanside Inn is conveniently located.  Make a Reservation today! Scituate Map

In addition to Situate's historic sites Browse through the shops and services located in Scituate proper.


Scituate Light House
lhouse.jpg (21862 bytes) Take a short walk to Scituate Light, the 3rd oldest lighthouse in New England. In 1810, the United States Congress voted $4,000 to build a lighthouse at Scituate Harbor, which was activated in 1811. During the War of 1812 "The Army of Two"; Abigail and Rebecca Bates, daughters of the lighthouse keeper, prevented the British from sacking the town.

Make a Reservation
For more information on our rates
please call our reservation specialist at
(781)544-0002

or make a reservation on-line
or email at
reservations@bnboceansideinn.com
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