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South Berwick - York - North Berwick

The Maine Beaches
Spring through Fall

"A harbor, even if it is a little harbor, is a good thing, since adventurers come into it as well as go out, and the life in it grows strong, because it takes something from the world, and has something to give in return."—South Berwick native Sarah Orne Jewett, from River Driftwood, 1881

Morning

Visit Main Street in South Berwick for breakfast at the Early Bird Café,

Spend the morning exploring the Hamilton House Gardens and the Sarah Orne Jewett House and Garden. Both are Historic New England properties.

Sarah Orne Jewett House and Garden

Described by Jewett as an "old plot of land where several generations have been trying to make good things grow." The Sarah Orne Jewett House and Garden is a National Historic Landmark and the inspiration for Jewett's famed novel, Deephaven.

Hamilton House

A National Historic Landmark, the Hamilton House is a quintessential Colonial Revival country estate with elaborate perennial gardens and a charming garden cottage.

Afternoon

Head to York, approximately 12 miles

Visit Stonewall Kitchen's Flagship Store, have lunch in the café, shop in the home and garden section, take a jam tour or try your hand at a cooking class!

Be sure to grab a cup of Carpe Diem coffee roasted in North Berwick.

Local Tips

Take a short hike at Vaughan Woods Memorial State Park along the Salmon Falls River in Berwick or check out the trails at Mount Agamenticus in York, part of beautiful conservation area.

See a show at the Hackmatack Playhouse.
A Seacoast Summer Tradition Berwick

Eat dinner at Clay Hill Farm Wildlife Habitat with Hiking Trails
York

Unique Stays

Angel of the Berwicks
North Berwick

York Harbor Inn
York

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