Spring’s Arrival

Plants leading up to deck

Spring is in the air.

 

It’s that time of year again. The show is melting and the flowers are starting to bud. We are incredibly excited to welcome you all back as restrictions ease and the weather warms. We understand that traveling in this new normal may still be intimidating so we wanted to remind you of some of the safety measures in place around town. Not to mention the wonderful things you can do outdoors as the sun starts to shine again! 

 

Renewing our pledge to you.

We have joined with our local business community and joined the Kennebunkport Promise. The majority of businesses in town have pledged to keep our town a safe place to stay and play. We’ve worked hard to ensure social distancing throughout the inn, including our dining room and lobby area. We have hand sanitizer and ensure thorough cleaning inline with CDC guidelines when it comes to everything in the inn.

 

The great outdoors

await you in Kennebunkport. From beaches to trails, and walks with beautiful views, we’ve got everything you might need for outdoor entertainment. We recommend starting at the beach! Is there anything better than reading a book or walking along the shore after a long winter. 

 

Tree lined path in Kennebunk

 

If you’re more interested in hitting the trails, head to the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. Get lost in nature for a little while and see some of the gorgeous sights that Southern Maine has to offer. A personal favorite of ours is the Franciscan Monastery in Kennebunk. You can wander around open fields or through the woods to get to the ocean’s edge. It’s an absolutely gorgeous place to find some peace in nature. If you prefer to move a little faster, we have a number of bicycle rental shops to choose from and a bike trail running right down the coast.

 

Rest and Relaxation.

If you’d rather sit back and relax, a number of our tour boats are reopening for business soon, so you can rest assured in the open air and sail along the sea. See how lobster boats run, have a tour of the coast line from the sea, or get up close and personal with Walker’s Point with guided tours. 

 

And after your day is done, and you’ve had your adventure, return to a safe and clean 1802 House Bed and Breakfast. We’ll put the kettle on.