Edwards' Harborside Inn

Address: 7 Stage Neck Road, York Harbor, Maine, 03911, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 7 Stage Neck Road, York Harbor, is near Old Gaol, George Marshall Store Gallery, John Hancock Wharf & Warehouse, and Old School House.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Edwards' Harborside Inn York Harbor

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Travel Blogs from York Harbor

Not as much rain as yesterday

A travel blog entry by theoneride on Jun 10, 2015

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Today started off in Madawaska ME with more rain, The Best Western in Edmundston Canada was very nice. The General Manager Marc took nearly $80 off my bill when I told him what I was doing with The ONE Ride. Thank you Marc. Crossing the Canadian boarder in the rain, again, the US customs agent gave me a great tip. I would be a mile from the ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by fayjdurocher on May 14, 2015

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... Maine toll booth another $10.50 charge. Arrived in Kennebunk, Maine at 3:30 this afternoon. What a beautiful park it is. Alot of bikers come here! Alot of space and nice trees. We are not close to the water but there are beaches close by. A little too chilly for the beach anyway. After a little feed of Maine Lobster spent the rest of the evening planning for the next day ...

Enroute Nord

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 19, 2013

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... became Cajuns. You can hear the origin of Cajuns when you say the word Acadians quickly.

Interestingly, enough Acadians made their way back to New Brunswick, and were accepted, to make the province bilingual. Maine shares a similar amount of Francophone background, but I'm guessing that because Maine did not include the language in its governmental makeup, much of the French language there is dying out with its eldest citizens. I can recall working as ...

New England, Same As Old England

A travel blog entry by gazzatron on Oct 02, 2011

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... way infused with cheese. It's fair to say they're not burying the lead on this one, and we all knew, myself, Nick and The Peruvian [ who caught her later flight and was eventually picked up by Nick at 1am ] remembered the rules of the America eatery. Chief among those being "Whatever you order, there will be tons of it."


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Charming Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by jandjgo on Feb 23, 2010

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... here. Bill and Jane advise against ordering the Flanders Red, so I order the brown ale (which is very good) and Justin gets an IPA. Justin can't resist trying the Flanders Red and wants to see what's so bad about it; the waiter brings a sample out to him. "Oh, wow," Justin says as he smells and then sips it. "It's like straight vinegar." I try it, too, and yes, it is like vinegar-- very strange! And not very tasty. Next we have dinner at an Italian restaurant where ...