Travel and Area Attractions
The Nonantum Resort
NEPG has secured a block of rooms at the reduced rate of $139/night (including resort fees) for Carriage Inn accommodations or $179/ night for Portside accommodations at the Family Owned Nonantum Resort, situated on the Kennebunk river, a short distance from downtown Kennebunkport and beautiful ocean views featuring the famous Bush family compound.
Includes: Complimentary parking, free wireless internet access for all guests, and daily freshly made breakfast buffet.
Mention NEPG when you call for Nonantum Reservations at:
From Points South:
Take I-95 N, CT-15 N, I-91 N, I-84 E and I-95 N to your destination in Wells. Take exit 19 from I-95 N. Take US-1 N and State Rte 9 E to Ocean Avenue Kennebunkport.
From Points North:
Take I-89 S, NH-101 E and I-95 N to Wells. Take exit 19 from I-95 N. Take US-1 N and State Rte 9 E to Ocean Avenue in Kennebunkport.
The Resort is about 1/2 hour drive from The Portland Jetport (PWM) and about a 90-minute drive from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). There is also regional Amtrak Downeaster train service with seasonal stops not far from the resort in Wells.
The Kennebunkport area offers arts, architecture, antiques, shopping, boating, beaches, golf, and numerous other outside and indoor activities. Both Kennebunkport and neighboring Kennebunk have historic districts and offer tours of the homes of sea captains and shipbuilders.
Shoppers in search of unique gifts and treasures will find them in the shops, boutiques and galleries of Dock Square, Lower Village, and downtown Kennebunk.
Visitors can see the area on bike, foot, by car or by trolley right from our door.
You will not want to miss a walk along The Parson’s Way with sweeping ocean views and Former President George H.W. Bush’s summer home – Walker’s Point.
Cape Porpoise is close by. It’s a classic Maine fishing village with a stunning view of Goat Island Lighthouse. Not far from the village is the perfectly picturesque Goose Rocks Beach, truly one of the country’s most extraordinary beaches.