Located between the Bellamy and Cochecho Rivers is the town of Dover, New Hampshire. Take a short scenic drive to the Seacoast Science Center for an overview of natural and cultural history and stop by the tide pool touch tank. The Woodman Institute Museum provides an educational experience in local history. On the museum site sits the last fortified colonial garrison house, built in 1675. Not only does the area boast great B&Bs, but also historic homes and examples of period architecture as well. For a relaxing day, spend the morning in a Dover inn then stroll around the Pine Hill Cemetery featuring unique markers, monuments and gravesites. On the water, a short distance away, sits the Weathervane Seafood Restaurant, using old family recipes and offering fresh seafood, chowder and lobster. If you are looking for a dry aged steak and little jazz, the Orchard Street Chop Shop has a table waiting. During the summer months make it a point to plan for the Cochecho Arts Festival. Providing a summer long concert series, the festival features internationally and nationally noted entertainers. Whether you are relaxing by the many lakes, taking in sights or taking a relaxing stroll through the town, a Dover bed & breakfast will be ready when it's time to retire for a restful night.
6 Pleasant Street, P.O. Box 800, Kennebunkport, Maine
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