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Un manse costruttori navali restaurato situato accanto al fiume Kennebunk con tutti i comfort più recenti, compresi i camini di lavoro per una fuga romantica e rilassante. Cerchiamo di viziarvi con un fantastico colazione olandese e il tè del pomeriggio in riscladata storico dell'hotel o all'ombra dei nostri grandi querce. L'Inn ha avuto più famosi proprietari. L'originale grambrel olandese è stato costruito da un Waldo Emerson nel 1753. È la più antica casa rimanente in Kennebunk. Valdo, great-uncle di Ralph Waldo Emerson, il poeta/saggista, fatto un profitto ordinato costruzione clipper navi sul fiume dietro la casa. Essa è stata ereditata, attraverso il matrimonio, da Theodore Lyman, che hanno reso una fortuna di costruire navi sul sito e aggiunto l'enorme aggiunta nel 1784, come regalo di nozze per la sua seconda moglie. Theodore venduto la casa nel 1804, per costruire l'ormai famoso Lyman Estate e serre in Waltham, Massachusetts La casa è stata acquistata da John Bourne, padre di 15 bambini, uno dei quali era George Washington Bourne, il generatore del famoso "Wedding Cake casa" della porta accanto. La locanda è un meraviglioso ricordo del passato. Si immette direttamente in camera 252-year-old tenuta, con i suoi legni di rovere scavate a mano appesi con fiori secchi, peltro e rame. Durante il vostro soggiorno, fermatevi dal negozio Mainely trapunte e dono, situato nella casa accanto a Inn trasporto. Troverete le ultime creazioni locale. Heirloom qualità trapunte e wallhangings, prendendo spesso centinaia di ore per creare, grazia case di tutto il mondo. Troverete anche una vasta scelta di tessuti, trapuntatura forniture e novità. La locanda è aperta tutto l'anno.
5 su novembre 05, 2014
My husband and I highly recommend the Waldo Emerson Inn B & B in Kennebunk. John gave us a warm welcome and enlightening and entertaining tour of their historic home. He graciously provided tips for restaurants and areas of interest to visit. He, Kathy and Waldo, their sweet four-pawed son, ensured that we had a wonderful experience with their friendliness and warm hospitality. We also thoroughly enjoyed the delicious breakfast that John prepared and served. Not only was it very tasty, but presentation was outstanding as well! Look forward to going back for a future visit!
3,2 su ottobre 29, 2014
Cozy and fun to be in this 1700's house with modern conviences. The other guests were interesting. The best thing was the location near to Kennebunkport, the beach, many places to eat and shop. and then come "home" to the quiet of the B&B. We do not like it when breakfasts are served with sweets as the entree two days in a row...even when they are delious. The price is just right!
3,4 su ottobre 23, 2014
Inn d'interesse storico che può essere un'ottima introduzione al New England W.A.S.P. (a Kennenbunk c'è la casa estiva dei Bush). Colazioni ottime. La Land Lady Kathy ben rappresenta questo territorio ed è in sintonia con l'atmosfera del luogo. John, il Land Lord è altrettanto interessante.
5 su ottobre 07, 2014
I find the Waldo to be a very clean comfortable friendly convienent place to stay for vacation I would give an outstanding rating to all 5 categories Rooms Service Value Cleanliness and Dining but I can't make your rating thing work. So I guess I would not rate this rating system as friendly Okay I yhink I just got it to work
3,8 su ottobre 02, 2014
5 su settembre 28, 2014
We found this inn to be the nicest we have ever stayed in. Ambiance, food, comfort, hospitality - perfect! We were completely comfortable and relaxed here and the food was like eating at a fine restaurant.
4,0 su settembre 27, 2014
The inn is very lovely. John is most fun to talk to. Kathy seems tired -- ready for the season to end. When we first arrived she made a point to mention tipping. This was new to us -- tipping in NOT done at a owner run b & b. I even googled it to see if the practice had changed, it had not. The homemade granola is delicious. They offer a bag with the recipe for $10. I just wanted the recipe, as we still had several more weeks of traveling. The cost for just the recipe was $5!!!! And Kathy did not even have an accurate recipe: she had to hand write several changes to the xerox copy. What a missed opportunity for advertising! A copy of the recipe by your breakfast in the morning to take with, would have immense advertising potential. Each guest would share it with friends, mentioning where they had received it. Incredible word of mouth publicity. And they could still sell bags of the granola to those headed home. John's Dutch breakfasts were superb. The dog poop on the carpet was a bit disconcerting.
4,6 su settembre 11, 2014
The place is really nice and relaxing. The breakfasts are wonderful; it's almost abuse. Kathy and John welcomed us with a touch of history and a Dutch coloring.
4,0 su settembre 03, 2014
John and Kathy are great hosts and the Inn is charming.
4,2 su settembre 02, 2014
We really enjoyed our stay at this beautiful old home. The history here is amazing and the rooms were quaint and lovely. John and Kathy are very sweet and made us feel very welcome and were very helpful in getting us around town and suggestions for dining. They even provided us with chairs and towels for the beach. Breakfast was a special treat. All those lovely Maine Blueberries! We would stay here again in a heartbeat!
This lovely, romantic room is often chosen by honeymooners. The handsome pumpkin pine floor planks are 24" wide King Pine. Until 1776 trees of this girth belonged to the King of England for the masts of his ships. The room features a queen size brass bed with handmade quilt, antique oak dresser, private bath with shower, a vanity sink set in an antique oak cabinet, a large working fireplace, original folk art paintings and sculpture, AC and lovely meadow and forest views.
A large, airy room with a queen size cast iron bed, private bath with shower and marble tiled floor, oak dresser, rocker oversized comfy velvet chair with ottoman, chest, a large working fireplace, original folk art and sculpture, King Pine floors and AC. The Red room has lawn and garden views.
This is a sweet old-fashioned room with twin beds (or King - please let us know which configuration you prefer) and homemade quilts, of course. The room features original folk art and sculpture, antique oak dresser, armoire and rocker, King Pine floors, private bath with shower and marble tiled floor, LCD TV and AC. This room looks out onto the lawn and flower gardens. Please specify King or Twins?
This room is the handsome master bedroom featuring a queen size cast iron bed with handmade quilt, antique oak dresser, love seat, table, original folk art and sculpture, and a large working fireplace with a mantelpiece board of 32" wide "Kings Pine", the largest known plank in the inn. The room also has a private bath with tub and shower, heated marble tile floor, AC. The Blue room has meadow and forest views.
This alternate room is ideal for small families traveling with children. It has a private tiled bath with shower, a sleigh queen bed, a twin bed and a single cubby bed, small fully equiped kitchen, Cable TV and AC. This room has meadow and flower garden views.
The Captain's Quarters is an alternate room and was just completed with period decor and has a double and a twin with AC and Wi-Fi - very cozy and overlooks the Inn's rear garden which was the former klipper ship construction site. This room shares a large master bathroom with Kathy and I, the Innkeepers, We need the facility between 7:00 and 7:45 AM.
This lovely alternate room is located on the 1st floor, fully redone last year, period decor, it has a rocker/slider and a queen size bed with a large working fireplace, private marble tiled bath, small refridgerator and AC. This room looks out onto the lawn and lovely flower garden.
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Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 27 miles
Dalla direzione generale Boston prendere route 95 North. Dopo il Maine E-Toll Booth, prendere l'uscita # 3 Kennibunk/Kennibunkport sulla route 35. Dopo passando attraverso il centro Kennebunk continuano a seguire la strada 35 svoltare a sinistra al secondo semaforo a Kennebunkport. Ora siete sulla strada estate / 35 route. Dopo circa 1,8 km, si vedrà "Wedding Cake casa" sul lato sinistro. Siamo il primo modo di unità del passato la casa Wedding Cake sulla sinistra. Vedrete il Carriage House, la casa del negozio Mainely Quilts, davanti a voi con il Inn sul lato destro della strada.
Parco divertimenti, Shopping Antiquariato, Gallerie d'arte, Spiaggia, Concerti, Cene da gourmet, Interessi Storici, Lago, Musica dal vivo, Cinema, Musei, Parchi Nazionali/Statali, Zona Naturale, Night life, Oceano, Convento francescano, Punti vendita, Teatro, Area Picnic, Servizi religiosi, Fiume, Zona sciistica, Tours
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Prodotti di cortesia, BBQ , Bike rental, Clothes dryer, Computer, Sale Conferenze, Fotocopiatrici, Scrivania, Dispositivo Fax, Biblioteche, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Pianoforte, Servizi segreteria, Videogiochi da TV, Telefono, VCR, Video, Lavatrice/Asciugatrice, Attrezzature matrimoni, Angolo bar , Complementary use of some nice touring bikes, Guest refrigerator available in hall, Wireless Broadband (802.11b, g and N) at no charge, Complementary beach parking passes, Day Trip planning guide
Aria condizionata, Sveglia , Accappatoi, Giochi da tavolo, CD player, DVD Player, Data port, Camino, Frigorifero, Asciugacapelli, Accesso a internet , Microonde, Ingresso privato, Radio, TV via cavo/satellite, TV, Servizio di Rimbocco Coperte, Wi-Fi
Noleggio bici, Piste ciclabili, Bici, Osservazione Uccelli, Nautica, Canottaggio, Piste da sci attraverso la campagna, Sci in discesa, Pesca, Golf, Escursioni, Cavallo, Ferri di cavallo, Caccia, Kayak, Mountain Bike, Luce dimore e whale watching, Regate, Shopping, Scenari, Noleggio sci, Noleggio ciaspole, Ciaspolate , Nuoto, Piscina , Campi da tennis, Noleggio racchette da tennis, Sport acquatici
A basso contenuto di grassi
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Belgium Toast & Dutch Apple Flapjes
Ingredients - serve 6 Maple Syrup 4 Tbl Spoons, Butter 7 Tbl Spoons, Brown Sugar 1 cup, Eggs 4, Milk 1.5 cups, Vanilla 1 dash, Cinnamon Swirl Bread Slices. Preheat oven to, 300-325 Degree (Convection) -In a small saucepan, combine the butter, brown sugar and maple syrup. Mix together on medium heat until it just begins to bubble uniformly; -Stir well and quickly pour into the metal baking pan(s), cover bottom evenly. -Place first layer of cinnamon bread slices onto the glaze in the baking pan(s). (Adding cream cheese/blueberry to 2nd layer is optional). -Mix two parts of Whipped Cream Cheese with one part of Blueberry jam. Spread on the second layer of cinnamon bread. Place cinnamon slices with blueberry/cream cheese face down on top of the 1st layer -Whisk the eggs, milk and vanilla together and pour over bread evenly. Let sit until fully absorbed (about 30 minutes if bread is frozen). -Bake for 30 minutes, cover loosely with foil and set oven on warm. -To serve, remove (after loosening the edges) one slice at the time from the pan, flip it over on the center of a plate with the glazed side up. Just before serving, add a heaping table spoon of vanilla yogurt on top of the slice and dust with cinnamon. Add an orange slice and strawberry slice.