This Saturday, guests of the Maine Stay and three other Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfasts will be treated to a great springtime event – the cookie tour! They’ll have a little time to kill between our gourmet morning meal and this fun afternoon activity, so I will suggest a visit to the newly re-vamped River Tree Arts. A fantastic new exhibit called
“Splendid Splashes” that is definitely worth checking out, and while you’re there, make sure to catch the free classical music performance (although donations will be gladly accepted) arranged by the Portland Symphony Orchestra librarian. Keep it mind, the theater only seats 90, so get there early! On your way back, stop in at Ryan’s Corner House, the newest Kennebunkport restaurant to open. We’ve yet to try it, but how wrong could a real Irish pub run by a real Irish family be? If art’s not your thing, check out the plethora of activities going on for EcoDay at Laudholm Trust. Particularly active guests might have an interest in the 5K trail run through one of my favorite spots in Southern Maine.
Once your belly is full (or full of non-sweets) head back to your Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfasts for the tour starting around 1pm. Each inn will feature their signature cookie! The Maine Stay Inn will, of course, be offering a gluten free option – our ambrosia macaroons. Captain Jefferds Inn will whip up their favorite, a cranberry oatmeal number, while Captain Lord Mansion will serve a Maine staple – whoopie pies. Captain Fairfield has yet to decide, but it’s sure to be delicious! There’s no tastier way to spend an afternoon than sampling these delights at some great Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfasts.