Inn at English Meadows (Kennebunk - Kennebunkport, Maine)

Welcome 2017!

December 28th, 2016 by englishmeadows

 

Stay up, Sleep Inn & Brunch with us this New Years’! 

New Year’s is all about clean slates so this year get out of town, ring in the New Year in a new place, The Inn at English Meadows, Sleep in and join us for brunch and take your time with a 1:00pm check out.  You’ll have plenty of time to rush in the New Year so start off on the right, rested, well-fed foot with us. 

Let’s Paint the Town Red!

Celebrate all things love in The Kennebunks this February with an array of events, romance-centric hotel packages, and lovely offerings from shops and restaurants. The month long event kicks off January 28th with “Frosted”, a festive party featuring ice bar, sculptures and creative nosh and cocktails! Each weekend in February, The Kennebunks offer cooking and mixology classes, activities and engaging events that center on love and romance. The towns also adorn themselves with beautiful red lights, giant hearts and red, red, red! Check lovethekennebunks.com for a full schedule and more information!

New Year, New Traditions! 

That’s right just steps from our front door is the brand new and highly anticipated Toroso Kitchen & Cocktails.  Owned by the famed Shannon Bard, Toroso is a local Neighborhood Restaurant Serving Small Plates Inspired By The Flavors of Spain.

A highlight of Culinary communities Kennebunkport is your New Years Eve’ destination.  Leave the car and take a stroll to over 25 superb eateries in and around Dock Square or skip the walk altogether and sample local offerings from all new Toroso (right next door) 

Go Outside & Play! 

 

Go outside and play!  You know you’ve heard it a million times and you probably just read it in your Mother or Fathers’ voice.  It’s still great advice today and especially important for you grown ups!  
 
Here are a few ideas to help you enjoy the season:

Never underestimate the romance of a Sleigh Ride.

Take a walk on the snow: Snow Shoeing

Explore Nature:  Kennebunk Land Trust

 
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