This House is now open for Boarders and transient visitors. It is situated within eight and a half miles of the city of Portland, and two and a half miles from the railway station, where will be found a carriage to convey passengers to and from the house. It is located on one of the most beautiful beaches in New England, presenting a smooth, clean surface of white sand three miles in length by twenty rods in breadth, thus giving facilities for Salt water bathing, riding, fishing, etc, unsurpassed.
The house being situated directly upon the ocean, the view there from it is unrivaled, steamers and sailing vessels to and from Portland passing directly in sight. In the rear of the house is a large and beautiful grove, in which are erected Swings, Bowling Alleys, etc, for the use of the patrons of the house. This place is considered by all who have visited it, to be not only one of the pleasantest, but one of the most healthy to be found upon the whole coast. Persons wishing can take the cars at the Portland, Saco and Portsmouth Depot, and get out at the station Oak Hill, where will be found conveyances directly to the house.
P. S. All communications to bo addressed to E. GUNNISON,OakHill,Me.
(p94 Ad from Portland and Vicinity by Wells, 1859)