Hotel at a Glance: The Lodge at Turbat’s Creek
At The Lodge at Turbat’s Creek, you can almost smell the sea air as it breezes from the Atlantic Ocean and through the trees. The lodge is close to Kennebunk’s beaches, and the concierge can provide discounted passes.
- Complimentary continental breakfast: Start your day with muffins, pastries, and freshly brewed, locally roasted coffee.
- Homey guest rooms are decorated with floral accents; all feature cable TV and free WiFi.
- Heated outdoor pool with salt water
- Nearby adventures include whale watching, fishing, and kayaking
Kennebunkport, Maine: Coastal Village Lined with Centuries-Old Homes
Situated on the southern coast of Maine, Kennebunkport is more than 300 years old, with many homes dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. Today, the town is notable for being a summer destination for the well-heeled, including former president George H. W. Bush. Take a trolley ride to get a nice view of both Kennebunkport and its neighbor Kennebunk, as well as the coastline and a handful of beaches.
Kennebunkport’s Dock Square is lined with art galleries, bookstores, and restaurants housed in classic New England clapboard buildings. Nearby, Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge stretches along 50 miles of coastline and acts as a sanctuary for migratory birds and runaway teen marine biologists. The refuge features nature trails that wind past a variety of habitats, including estuaries, salt marshes, and boreal forest.