Well Dressed in Kennebunkport, Maine
Greetings from the northeast! Our trip this year is split up between 3 locations so I’m sharing them separately. Our first stop was in Kennebunkport, Maine to soak up some lobster along the coast. We absolutely loved the resort we stayed at and wished we had stayed for more than one night. We’ll definitely be back there to visit. It feels like a five-star resort with the privacy of your own “home” and the peace of the wilderness. Here I’m sharing some photos from the day along with the outfit I wore to dinner at the resort’s farm-to-table restaurant Earth (unbelievable food). Not only was the restaurant amazing, but they have gardens all over the grounds where you can literally go pick whatever vegetables you want and eat them. Love the local, sustainable and organic efforts!
After Kennebunkport we drove to Moosehead Lake in Maine. My next post will be about our time there and some great outfit shots I was able to take from the stunning views at the Blair Hill Inn. Thank you for reading!
Be well xo
By recommendation our first lobster roll was from this place in downtown Kennebunkport. It was excellent!
I loved the antique look of so many of the homes, specifically all the cedar shake exteriors. Loved this garage door and the antique gas pump next to it.
Later in the day we stopped at this cute shack for a whole lobster instead of a roll.
Bob O’Reilly knew A LOT about lobsters!
The Hidden Pond Resort. They have one-bedroom bungalows or two-bedroom cottages all separate from each other. Each includes a lovely screened-in porch perfect for a nap and the interior decorating was lovely! So comfortable and homey that you just want to stay and relax! It would be great for families too – there are bikes, two pools (one adult and one family), hiking, and Kennebunkport is a short drive away.
Perhaps the best part about Hidden Pond: outside your door at 8am each morning is a thermos of hot coffee, a box of pastries and a newspaper.