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Make A Return to Nature

Here at the 1802 house we’re always trying to find the positives in life. We understand that a travel advisory may be prohibitive to a lot of our guests, but gas prices are low and the weather here in Kennebunkport is glorious. Our guests from nearby states will attest to the fact that you don’t …
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It’s February and Kennebunkport is Painting the Town Red

Happy New Year Everyone. It’s that time of year again.  The snow is falling, the weather has turned cold and we’re thinking of ways to warm you up and celebrate Valentine’s Day.  Here in Kennebunkport, we think a day isn’t long enough so we’re celebrating all month long!  Bring your special someone to the Kennebunks …
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Enjoy Live Entertainment at Vinegar Hill Music Theater

Now entering their third year, Vinegar Hill Music Theater brings live entertainment to the Kennebunk’s all season long.  Located in Arundel Maine, a short five minute drive from our Bed and Breakfast, this historic venue offers live comedy, authors and music from May through October. Located in the old Arundel Barn Playhouse, the building has …
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LAUNCH: A Maritime Festival returns to Kennebunkport

Fishermen, Boats, Chefs and Lobster!  We’re celebrating all things nautical at Kennebunkport’s maritime Festival. Festivities kick off June 14th, 2017 for five days and is full of fun things to see and do every day.  We’re launching events with the Fishing for Freedom for Wounded Warriors on Wednesday, June 14th.  Support our wounded veterans by sending …
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The White Columns is a Look into Kennebunkport History

Tour the White Columns and be transported back to the days of sea captains and wealthy merchants.  It’s a beautiful way to visit Kennebunkport’s history. Dozens of houses in Kennebunkport were once home to sea captains and wealthy merchants.  The White Columns is one of the best examples of life in the Coastal Maine Victorian …
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Explore our past at Kennebunkport Historical Society

Kennebunkport has a rich history.  The Kennebunkport Historical Society focuses their attention year around on capturing and storing that history for our visitors to enjoy while on vacation. There are two locations and we recommend you explore both if you have time.  The White Columns is a restored Victorian era home that still retains the original …
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Launch! A Martime Festival comes to Kennebunkport

Kennebunkport has an interesting, and diverse, maritime history going back several hundred years.  We’re taking an opportunity to celebrate that in this year’s first ever Launch! A Maritime Festival coming to the Kennebunks the weekend of June 17th, 2016. Kennebunkport and the Southern Coast of Maine have been known for centuries for shipbuilding and fishing.  In …
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Vacation Like a President in Kennebunkport, Maine

Want to vacation like a President? Kennebunkport has long been known for its fishing and ship building.  However, its most famous residents, George H.W. Bush (41) and his family have made it well known to the world. Walkers Point The headland that is now called Walker’s Point, was purchased in the late 19th century by …
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