Goat Island Lighthouse :: Maine Tourist Acitivities

Cape Porpoise is one of the most picturesque sights to enjoy viewing and photographing when visiting the Captain Lord Mansion, a romantic bed & breakfast in Kennebunkport, Maine.  Cape Porpoise is a delightful fishing and lobstering village situated a couple of miles east of the Port.  From the pier in Cape Porpoise you catch a
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Hurricane Irene Does Little Damage in Maine

Thankfully, by the time Hurricane Irene reached the cold waters of Maine, it had dissipated to a tropical storm, not much worse than the usual Nor’easter we get mostly in the winter.  Damage was limited to scattered power outages, some downed trees with lots of leaves littering the ground.  However, we look forward to a sunny week and
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The Franciscan Monastery in Kennebunkport :: Maine Tourist Activities

This is an aerial view of the Franciscan Monastery grounds.  From the spring through the fall, there are some easy walking trails that border the Kennebunk River and provide nice scenic views of the river.  Also, the sloping lawns and gardens around the monastery building itself are quite nice for ambling and relaxing.  The monastery is open
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Kennebunkport Festival :: Luxury Maine B&B

The Kennebunkport Festival began six years ago as a modest event called “Arts in the Inns”.  It was held the first weekend in June and featured local artists personally showing their work in the various area bed and breakfast inns.  The last several years the event grew into the Kennebunkport Fine Living Festival with an additional
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October Food Festivals are Near Kennebunkport, Maine!

October is Maine Lobster Month: Maine lobster (is any other kind half as good?) is the starring item on menus at sophisticated restaurants throughout the state, as well as at rough-hewn shanties with picnic tables set along the coast. To many people, it just isn’t summer without a trip to a lobster shack and a
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