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 Emerson-Wilcox House.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Edwards' Harborside Inn York Harbor

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Travel Blogs from York Harbor

Fall Guys

A travel blog entry by coach27 on Oct 05, 2015

2 comments, 25 photos

... I asked the girl if she had a ship’s log, she asked, 'you mean, like drift wood?’

Our accommodation at Kennebunkport Inn was idyllic, and a brief stroll around the town before dinner yielded some good pictures. With the sun dropping, so was the temperature. A quick drink on the deck at the Inn, before stepping out to dinner at Bandaloop Restaurant, an establishment that refuses to serve lobster. Around these parts, that’s a point of ...

Surprise 60th birthday party for Rita

A travel blog entry by capanobl on Oct 03, 2015

6 photos

They say 3rd times the charm I have typed this story and lost it due to lack of internet. Rita's friend Kim planned a surprise 60th birthday party for her and we had to keep the secret even though she suspected there was something going on. Kind of hard not too when even though Jessie , Nora and I were planned guests. ...

Enroute Nord

A travel blog entry by charmedlife on Aug 19, 2013

1 photo

... 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 ...

Exploring New Hampshire's country & oceanside

A travel blog entry by ngolgowski on Aug 10, 2011

47 photos

... zooming my camera into moss clad soil, crumbling brick work, or their backyard pond (searching for beaver or a moose), was an enormous pleasure. Too bad I just didn't have my camera on hand when we found the bridge filled with moccasin snakes underneath :p

A beautiful trip with family I'm extremely special to call my own.

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The Maine Coast

A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 14, 2009

7 photos

... at a busy roadside drive in, we decide to drive on to Kennebunkport where we find loads of tourists wandering around like sailors after a long sea voyage. OK, enough of that, off to Vermont but wait, just one more stop at the Rachael Carson Nature Preserve where a peaceful walk through the colorful saltwater marsh was just the antidote for too many tourists in a small town.

At last we ...