Kennebunkport Harbor
Nonantum Resort - Kennebunkport Maine

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Kennebunkport, Maine Video Tour
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Kennebunkport is a town in York County, incorporated on July 5, 1653 as the town of Cape Porpoise. After the early white settlers were driven away by Indian raids, the community was reorganized under the name Arundel in 1718 in honor of the Earl of Arundel. In 1821 its name was changed to Kennebunk Port.

Nearly a century later, on April 1st, 1915, a new town was created from Kennebunk Port to be known as North Kennebunkport. Its name was changed in 1957 to Arundel. Thus, the new Arundel occupies a small portion of the town so named in 1719.

Cape Porpoise remains as a coastal village in the town, along with Goose Rocks Beach another seaside settlement.

In recent years Kennebunkport has become famous for visits by the two Presidents Bush - George H. W. (the father) and George W. (the son). The elder Bush has a summer residence in the community.
Nonantum Resort - Kennebunkport Maine
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The Ambiance of a Bygone Era Waterfront Resort in Kennebunkport Maine. Established in 1883, this enchanting Kennebunkport resort features elegantly appointed rooms, private baths, heated pool, recreational activities and service reminiscent of days gone by. Many rooms with gas fireplaces plus a few suites. Platinum Plate award-winning (TV Diner) water view dining with live entertainment in 95 Ocean. Scenic Lobster Boat and Schooner and Sport Fishing tours depart from our on-site marina plus Kayak rentals. The trolley stops out front waiting to whisk you from shop to gallery to beach. Dedicated to providing our guests with the highest quality service, we will assure that your vacation in Maine is everything you dreamed it would be. Conference and Wedding facilities for up to 180 people. Victorian Charm with Contemporary Amenities. Visit and begin your Maine adventure.
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