At the point where the river spills into the Atlantic Ocean sits a captivating Kennebunkport hotel â€” The Breakwater Inn & Spa. One of the Portâ€™s oldest inns, our original 1880â€™s Maine cottage architecture evokes the soothing tranquility of a bygone era â€” where the allure of a good book or a glass of wine enjoyed in a chair pointed toward the water never goes out of style.
Stripers Waterside RestaurantÂ boasts an enviable location â€‹overlooking the Kennebunk River. Our locally sourced menu features the freshest Maine seafood, while our location offers beautiful waterfront views.
The Breakwater Inn & Spa – thebreakwaterinn.com
127 Ocean Avenue |Â Kennebunkport, Maine (ME) 04046 | Ph 207.967.5333 | Fax: 207.967.0675
Kennebunk Maine InnBeach House Inn – Kennebunk, Maine
As you know, we have many beautiful beach locations throughout Maine (and now New Hampshire). We’ve added a new property in glorious Kennebunk.
Join us in welcoming the Beach House Inn. Located directly on the beach, our Kennebunk hotel is one of the oldest oceanfront inns in Maine, blending warm hospitality with the breezy, casual ease of a private, New England coastal cottage. Open April through December, the Beach House Inn has remained faithful to its past while offering all the modern conveniences and luxuries todayâ€™s traveler expects.
The Beach House Inn – beachhseinn.com
211 Beach Avenue |Â Kennebunk, Maine (ME) 04043 | Ph 207.967.3850 Fax: 207.967.4719
Who Killed Jolly Roger?Murder Mystery Dinner with Mystery for Hire … the 7th Annual Mystery Theatre Dinner Fundraiser at the Best Western Merry Manor Innraised over $9,000!Thank you to all who supported 🙂 Proceeds go to the Lafayette Family Foundation and the Lafayette Family Cancer Center.
Recently, students at Solon Elementary School conducted a penny drive in an effort to raise money for the Foundation to Cure Melanoma.
Two fifth graders in Mr. Corson’s class, Abigayle and Brynn, came up with the idea since each had family and friends who are affected by the disease.
They worked with the school nurse to learn more about melanoma (detection and treatment).
In about a two-week period the drive collected $198.60 and donated to the Foundation to Cure Melanoma. This money will help people in Maine be treated, as well as have research conducted to find cures for melanoma.
Thank you so much to Abey and Brynn for your hard work! Also, thank you to Principal Butler, the faculty, staff and all the students of Solon Elementary who made this possible.
Travel+Leisure magazine readers named Portland, Maine as one of, “America’s Quirkiest Cities.” Criteria included: thrift shops, craft beers and, of course, quirky locals.
The Huffington Post named the American Folk Festival in Bangor, Maine in the list of, “America’s 14 Best Small-Town Festivals.” Each year, the 3-day festival draws over 90,000 people to the Bangor Waterfront. In addition, there are musical acts from various regions of the world.