If you are looking for a romantic Maine escape we have just the property for you!
We recently booked a honeymoon stay at the White Barn Inn for a client and we were swooning over the property so much so that @travelbyemeg went to visit on behalf of The Honeymoon Concierge team!
Things to do in and around Kennebunkport, Maine
Dining in Kennebunkport, Maine
The White Barn Inn Restaurant: Contemporary New England cuisine. AAA Five Diamond, Forbes Five Star restaurant, showcasing incredible ingredients sourced through specially cultivated relationships with the farmers, fishermen and foragers of coastal Maine. Do yourself a favor and order the truffled caviar lobster roll!
Stripers Restaurant: Stripers is perfect for a pre-dinner cocktail on the shores of the Kennebunk River. Capture the beautiful Kennebunkport sunsets while enjoying the taste of New England classics with a twist.
Mabel’s Lobster Claw: Nestled in the Kennebunkport cove-side, Mabel’s Lobster Claw has been serving classic Maine seafood since the 1950s. Locals and tourists visit the Ocean Avenue favorite for a quintessential Kennebunk experience.
Pier 77: A lively restaurant along the cove of picturesque Cape Porpoise offering traditional yet creative American cuisine using the best ingredients and providing a great atmosphere. Don’t forget your camera for great pictures!
Nunan’s Lobster Hut: After a long day on the ocean, you will find them in the kitchen cooking the lobsters the same way their grandfather did in 1953. It is their mission to provide the same quality and fun, family atmosphere that began over a half-century ago.
Hurricane Restaurant: Hurricane serves only the freshest seafood and the founder and first executive chef, literally, wrote the book on lobster. Steak and chop lovers always find something on the menus to tempt them, and they also feature satisfying vegetarian dishes.
Earth: Earth promises an unforgettable dining experience that will leave you yearning for more. Imagine a perfect meal: ripe heirloom tomatoes, picked hours before…local lobster caught fresh that day…cocktails made from herb-infused spirits and muddled fruits.
Arundel Wharf Restaurant: The Wharf is situated on a colonial landmark, originally known as Walker’s Wharf, constructed in the 1770’s. The casual waterfront dining and cocktails on the deck or beside the fireplace have become quite popular.