Kennebunkport, Maine 04046
Kennebunkport, ME Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Kennebunkport Maine has been bustling with commerce since the 1800’s when many ships were built and sent to sea from its harbor. Historically, Kennebunkport has been very important in the shipping industry of Maine. Folks settling this area were bound to the sea, and even today the seafaring culture is still much in evidence.
The Captain Lord Mansion, 6 Pleasant Street, Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 207-967-3141
Experience quintessential New England charm at the Captain Lord Mansion. Your personal comfort & intimacy are assured by the Mansion’s large, beautifully-appointed guest rooms. Luxurious amenities include oversize 4-poster beds, cozy gas fireplaces, heated marble bath floors, body-jet showers & many double whirlpools. Serenity & convenience are vitally important today. Serenity is found in the Inn's quiet residential neighborhood. Convenience is found in the Inn's picturesque, convenient, location from which to walk to explore the shops and galleries of historic Kennebunkport.
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Hidden Pond, 354 Goose Rocks Road, Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 888-967-9050
Slow down, breathe deeply…you’ve arrived at Hidden Pond, the most intriguing and rejuvenating collection of luxury Kennebunkport cottages in New England. A hike on one of our nature trails will reintroduce you to the majesty of nature and connect you to the Earth we love and cohabit. Try a stand-up paddleboarding lesson, or enjoy morning yoga at The Farm. If vegging out is more your style, lounge on a comfy chaise by one of our two pools, where drinks and light fare are at your beck and call. Or, head down to beautiful Goose Rocks Beach and our sister property, The Tides Beach Club.
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The Burleigh at Kennebunkport Inn, One Dock Square, Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 800-248-2621
The Burleigh – Kennebunkport’s hottest new restaurant. The Burleigh Menu features the freshest Maine seafood including signature dishes, blue cheese Maine mussels, garlic shrimp, bourbon roasted half chicken, and bacon-creamed corn. With its lively bar, spacious outdoor deck and cozy fireplace, The Burleigh is one of Kennebunkport’s premier nightspots, drawing in diners seeking creative cocktails, live music, and a social, energetic vibe.
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The Boathouse, 21 Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 207-967-8223
The Boathouse Restaurant has a “classic Maine” menu that focuses on fresh seafood with a sprinkling of Asian influences. Signature dishes such as Seared Shrimp and Scallops with Lobster Fried Rice and Lobster Spring Rolls are on the menu. The waterfront restaurant, located on the Kennebunk River just steps from Dock Square, features both indoor and outdoor dining areas. Reservations are accepted for indoor dining room seating. Outside seating is on a first come, first serve basis only. Serving Lunch and Dinner daily.
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Ocean Restaurant at Cape Arundel Inn & Resort, 208 Ocean Ave., Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 855-346-5700
Aptly named, Ocean is located within the Cape Arundel Inn & Resort, Kennebunkport’s beautiful oceanfront inn, with panoramic windows offering 180 degree views of the Atlantic. Ocean is the ideal venue to enjoy a memorable meal or cocktails and bites at the bar. Ocean’s menu features ocean inspired fine cuisine, beautifully presented and enhanced by the fresh sea air and stunning scenery.
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Hidden Pond, 354 Goose Rocks Road, Kennebunkport, ME 04046 | 207-967-6550
The cuisine at Earth takes advantage of the bounty of the property’s 800 square-foot organic farm, where herbs, flowers, and heirloom vegetables are picked daily. Earth’s “farm-to-fork” menu is comprised of house-made pastas, cheeses, breads, charcuterie and desserts with locally sourced meats and seafood.
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Kennebunkport is a beautiful coastal town that has much to offer. Kennebunkport was first called Cape Porpoise in the mid 1600′s until the settlers were forced to leave by the Indians.Settlers returned to the area in 1718 named the town Arundel after the Earl of Arundel. Kennebunkport was named in 1821 describing the port area of Kennebunk.
Incorporated: 1653 ( as Cape Porpus)
Kennebunkport, Maine Population 2010: 1,238
Kennebunkport, ME Local Information:
Kennebunkport Police Dispatch: 911
Official Town of Kennebunkport Website: https://www.kennebunkportme.gov/
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