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Ideally located on a quiet residential street in the Historic District, our expansive property, peaceful gardens, and proximity to Kennebunkport’s Dock Square set our inn apart from other bed and breakfasts in the area. The main house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the surrounding 11 cottage suites have been beautifully restored to offer premier luxury accommodations with a charming, comfortable ambiance.

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A Labor Day Weekend Getaway on the Maine Coast

It’s hard to believe that Labor Day Weekend is coming so quickly, but fortunately here on the Maine Coast, there is lots of beautiful weather to be enjoyed before the glorious days of summer give way to the vibrant colors and crisp weather of autumn in New England. But whether a Labor Day getaway is the last summer escape you enjoy of 2016 or if you’ve a late summer jaunt planned for those hidden gem days of early September, this long weekend… Read More

Late Summer and September Savings at our Maine Bed and Breakfast!

With the kids heading back to school and Labor Day Weekend coming quickly, it’s easy to think that summer is drawing to a close, but here in Kennebunkport and our Maine bed and breakfast there’s a solid month of summertime yet to come! In fact, through mid-late September the coastal waters are actually at their warmest, making for the best swimming of the year. But with so much incredible weather yet to come, we want to make sure that everyone can squeeze in one… Read More

3 Reasons to Visit Portland Head Lighthouse

Budding photographers and Instagrammers often visit  Portland Head Lighthouse on the Southern Maine Coast to snap a picture of this iconic lighthouse. In fact, it is one of the most photographed lighthouses in all of Maine! Sitting  on a 90 acre park on the border of Cape Elizabeth and Portland, Portland Head light first shone in 1791 and lights up the Atlantic every night to this day. As if you didn’t need a reason to check out this great sight, here are my… Read More