Utilize our Indoor Pool, Hot Tub, Fitness Room, or Co-ed Sauna. Take a walk on the beach and "comb" for special shells and treasures washed up by the sea. Enjoy the soul-soothing sound of the surf from your guest room's deck or terrace. Or curl up in a comfy chair in the upper lobby.
Take a scenic drive and enjoy the spectacular Fall Foliage on the southern Maine coast and in the surrounding towns in New Hampshire.
Book a treatment at The Spa at Stage Neck. 800-340-1130 x 452. The Spa at Stage Neck is a true day spa. You need not be an overnight hotel guest to book body or nail treatments. In fact, Spa guests booking $50 or more (per person) in services may use our indoor amenities (indoor pool and hot tub, coed sauna and changing room) day of services.
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Please note that we have added the ability to book 9- or 18-hole tee times at Cape Neddick Country Club with your stay (available approximately April 24 to early November). Please inquire when making your reservations by telephone or select the desired options in the shopping cart during your online reservation.
For your convenience, we can book our overnight guests' tickets for your choice of performance at Ogunquit Playhouse. Please call us with the date and time you wish to us to book coinciding with your Stage Neck Inn stay. Details of the Playhouse's current show may be viewed below under "theatre".
Please visit York Beach, second ranked New England beach as voted by CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV news this month. York Beach is actually more like two beaches, separated by Cape Neddick and the famous Nubble Light house.
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, 11 AM to 6 PM. Maze: $9 all ages / kids under three are free; Pumpkin Rides: $10 all ages. Call to schedule. Weekdays and weekends. Pumpkins are best in late September; Flashlight Tag – Starts Oct. 11th: Beginning at 7 PM you can play flashlight tag inside the maze until 10 PM; Zach’s Farm Stand: Open 10 AM to 6 PM seven days a week through mid-October. 7 Colby Turner Road, York, ME (207) 475-7857
Downtown Dover, NH is taken over with food, fun and family entertainment. The morning kicks off at 8:30 a.m. with the Apple Harvest Day 5K Road Race. As that disbands around 9, Queenan says, the crowds begin to arrive to roam the roughly eight blocks of the downtown that are cordoned off from traffic for festivalgoers. The entertainment stretches from Lower Henry Law Park, where there are kid activities and food vendors, all the way up to the areas between Orchard and 3rd Streets. Apple orchards will sell their apples and other treats on Orchard Street. Those craving the likes of fried dough, sausages and other fair food can indulge in either the park or at a second food court on 3rd Street.
Seashore Trolley Museum, 195 Log Cabin Rd., Kennebunkport. This new event is the first and only one of its kind. Activities in the over 21 event area: live music, beer and bratwurst, lounge in a vintage German streetcar, games, contests and prizes provided by event sponsors Shipyard Brewing Company and the Seashore Trolley Museum. Media sponsor: Portland Press Herald. FMI and ticket options for over and under 21, (207) 967-2800 or www.trolleymuseum.org
139 Years of Agricultural Family Fun, We are New England's Oldest "Family Fair." Open Thurs, from 8 am until 10 pm; Fri, from 8 am until 10 pm; Sat, from 8 am until 10 pm and Sun, from 8 am until 7 pm. Adults - $10.00 each (13 and older) Children 12 and younger are FREE. Senior Days are Thurs & Fri (October 1 & 2) - $7.00 each All Military - FREE (active, reserves, and veterans with identification) Located at 34 Stage Road, Deerfield, NH FMI, (603) 463-7214 or www.deerfieldfair.com
Tours are on a first come, first served basis. Children must be 42 inches tall to climb to the top, and adults are not permitted to carry children up the stairs. Visitors get to climb to the lantern room to enjoy the magnificent view and to see the fourth-order Fresnel lens up close. Volunteers will tell visitors about the history of the light station, and there will be souvenirs for sale. There are 44 stairs to the watch room and a 7-rung ladder to the lantern room. Flat shoes (not sandals or flip-flops) are strongly recommended to climb the ladder into the lantern room. Suggested donation $4 adults, $2 children FMI, visit www.portsmouthharborlighthouse.org. Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse is located on Coast Guard Station Portsmouth Harbor, 25 Wentworth Rd., New Castle, NH.
See the local ale being brewed, by appointment, preferably a day in advance, year-round, Kennebunkport Brewery, The Shipyard Shops, 8 Western Ave., Kennebunk Lower Village. (207) 967-1261.
You should be dancing! Humble paint store clerk by day, stallion dance king by night, Tony Manero lives for Saturday night at the disco where each week the nightclub falls under the spell of the disco beat and Tony’s astounding dance routines. When a big dance competition is announced, he convinces the beautiful and talented Stephanie to be his partner. Saturday Night Fever the Musical is based on the 1977 film that became a cultural phenomenon and cemented the Bee Gees as disco era icons; songs from the chart topping soundtrack including, “Stayin’ Alive,” “How Deep is Your Love,” “More Than a Woman!” Ogunquit Playhouse,10 Main Street, Ogunquit (207)646-5511
Thursdays 7:30pm, Fridays & Saturdays 8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 2pm. A Pulitzer-winning drama by one of America's greatest playwrights. Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof tells a powerful story of a southern family in crisis as the web of lies they've constructed around themselves begins to come apart. Widely considered to be Williams’ greatest play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is sure to challenge and inspire audiences. (603) 433-4472 or visit www.seacoastrep.org.
Classical guitar trio, York Library, 15 Long Sands Rd., York. Repertoire begins in the Renaissance and continues to the present. The trio kicks off the Classical Music Series. (207) 363-2818
Part of The District Restaurant Singer Songwriter Series at the Music Hall Loft. 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth, NH (603) 436-2400. Chadwick Stokes is a Boston-based singer/songwriter who found success in the late ‘90s and 2000s as the singer and guitarist for the groups Dispatch and State Radio. Following Dispatch’s massively successful final concert in 2004, Stokes formed another trio called State Radio, who’s politically and socially charged songs blended bits of punk, rock, and reggae. Tickets: $28
Part of The District Restaurant Singer Songwriter Series at the Music Hall Loft. 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth, NH (603) 436-2400. Tom Brosseau, an LA-based progressive folk artist and Grand Forks, North Dakota native, has a voice that has been called “totally earthbound and at the same time sorta out there in the ether.” An American musical storyteller, touring behind his latest album, Perfect Abandon, this show will be a solid evening of great music, broadcast in true form around a single microphone. Tickets: $15
York Gateway Farmers' Market is located at 1 Stonewall Lane, York, Maine Local Farmers, specialty food producers & Crafters sell their fresh vegetables, fruits, baked goods, fish, meats, cheese, eggs, breads & handmade crafts. FMI: Contact Stephanie at 207-363-4422 or email@example.com
Outdoor seasonal farmers market features local farms, restaurants, prepared food, fine artisans, live music, kid’s corner and a different featured community non-profit each week. Open rain or shine. Five minutes from exit 2 on Rt. 95 in front of the new Tributary Brewing Company at Post Office Square, 10 Shapleigh Road, Kittery, ME 03904 www.kitterycommunitymarket.com
View the steam pumper and other fire memorabilia. Firemen’s Park, corner of Shore Rd. and Cottage St., Ogunquit.
background image shows Stage Neck Inn in aerial view taken above Sewalls Bridge