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How Does Your Garden Grow?

June 3rd, 2017 by Kate & David Parisi

  How Does Your Garden Grow?   Gardening is a big part of life here at The Inn at English Meadows.  It has been our passion project, to make the grounds as beautiful as the inside of the inn. Our big plans are beginning to come together.  Cedar raised beds are being assembled and filled […]

Road Trip anyone?

March 27th, 2017 by Damien Callahan

Spring is here and we all know what that means, “ay-yuh”, it’s time to get out of the house – Waahoo!!  Pack a bag, jump in your car and hit the road, don’t look back just get here.  Let The Inn at English Meadows sooth away your winter woes with our complete spa package and […]

Irish Soda Bread , with a twist!

March 9th, 2017 by Damien Callahan

Irish Soda Bread with a Maine Twist   3 ½ cups flour ½ cup sugar 1 tsp salt ½ tsp baking soda 2 tsp baking powder   2 eggs 1 pint Greek yogurt 1 cup of dried Maine blueberries 2 tsp caraway seeds   Mix dry ingredients, then fold in wet, then stir in berries […]

Skies, skates, sleds, skis, & snow-shoes.

February 22nd, 2017 by Damien Callahan

The “S’s” of Winter:  Clear skies, skates, sleds, skis and snow-shoes.  Clear Skies:  Ay-yuh!  The snow is here, the sky is clear and the air is crisp. Skates:  Lace up your skates and head over to the Waterhouse Center.  An open sided ice rink with skating until 9 pm 7 days a week.  Heat up your […]

Culinary Occasions

January 31st, 2017 by Damien Callahan

English Meadows Culinary Occasions! Congratulations, you made it through January!  For we New Englanders, it is the hardest winter month to plow through.  Now it is time to think of having some fun before it all melts away to Spring.  Meanwhile, enjoy something fresh, convenient, and mouthwatering to break the monotony.  Time to look forward […]

Welcome 2017!

December 28th, 2016 by Kate & David Parisi

  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 […]

Best Lobster in Kennebunkport

August 13th, 2016 by Kate & David Parisi

When Sarah and I decided to move to Maine, a family friend told us that Mainers eat lobster more often than they eat ground beef. While I’m still not convinced that this is entirely accurate, does anyone have time to not eat a lobster when they’re in Maine? Not I. Not here. Not now. So buckle […]

Rhubarb Scone Extravaganza

July 4th, 2016 by Kate & David Parisi

We’re deep into rhubarb season here in Maine! We’ve been using it in our cocktails, on our bread, and now in our rhubarb scones! We used Kate’s recipe for Dreamy Blueberry Cream Scones, and adapted it to make use of our abundance of fresh produce! And now you can make them yourself! Here’s how: Ingredients: 2 cups […]

Souvenirs: Kennebunk Shopping Guide!

May 21st, 2016 by Kate & David Parisi

Everyone needs souvenirs from a great vacation! Either to remember how awesome it was, or to apologize to the people you didn’t want to invite.. Don’t even worry. Sarah and I went scouting for the best souvenirs in the Kennebunks, so you can get such amazing presents that you will end up keeping them for yourself! The first […]

Ideas for Adventure Vacations in Maine

June 12th, 2014 by Kate & David Parisi

Are you itching to pack your bags and explore the great outdoors? You’re in luck. June is Great Outdoors Month, which makes it the ideal time to hit the open road and explore some of this country’s natural wonders. Maine is filled with stunning landscapes and terrains for every level of outdoor explorer, including mountains, […]

6 Reasons to Visit Maine this Summer

May 15th, 2014 by Kate & David Parisi

What’s summer like in Maine? In one word: spectacular! From the picturesque coastline to pristine parks, Maine offers countless opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. But if indoor fun is on your agenda, you’re in luck. You can spend time savoring delicious meals at some of the state’s award-winning restaurants or touring historic lighthouses. Here […]

Springtime in Kennebunkport

March 21st, 2014 by Kate & David Parisi

Spring is an interesting time in Maine. It’s the season where you can still enjoy downhill skiing while watching the early spring bulbs begin to peak through the soil. With the anticipation of the summer season, restaurants and a variety of warm weather attractions begin to open offering a sneak peak at what’s to come. […]

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