Sure, it’s old money and the Bush compound, but it’s also home to the East coast’s most acclaimed restaurant, a lively lobstering industry, Maine’s most famous beaches and a vibrant arts community.
Our Kennbunkport Hotel:
Captain Fairfield Inn
The epitome of charm, Nantucket town’s cobblestone streets and historic buildings are just a start. More than 80 miles of beaches, world-class restaurants and a stellar brewery make Nantucket sing.
Yes, it’s sailing central and gilded-age mansions, but Newport also has a hip party scene (and be seen), the Tennis Hall of Fame, a growing food community and the Newport Art Museum (right next to the Attwater).
Our Newport Hotel:
Northern New England’s urban mecca, Portland was chosen as the “foodiest small city in America” by Bon Appetit and boasts a bustling arts community, lively music scene and a thriving working seaport.
Our Portland Hotel:
Historic, yet hip. Small, yet bustling. Classic, yet culinary. New Hampshire’s seaside city crackles with life year-round. It’s a beer-brewing mecca, a growing foodie town, and was named one of “America’s Prettiest Towns” by Forbes magazine.
Our Portsmouth Hotel:
Ale House Inn
Swimming, fishing, kayaking, and of course, surfing — Narragansett RI is truly New England’s beach playground. This special stretch of sand and community is about to get its first boutique hotel – The Break. It’s about time. Opening Spring 2014.