Tel # 207-439-1489

$200 – $1,000

* Weekly*

Kittery – Portsmouth Harbour Area

Scenic Coastal Route 103

*Bordering on Flamboyant

An 1890 Princess Anne Victorian located at the beginning of Scenic Coastal Route 103 Kittery, Maine; 1 mile from the heart of the Historic Resort of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 2 miles to the Kittery Outlet Malls, and also the perfect vacation base for Boston, Massachusetts, and Beautiful places in between.

A Victorian Fantasy
for the Romantic at Heart .  .  .

A wonderland of fanciful
French & Victorian antiques,
from hand-painted floral furnishings,
elegantly hand-carved French Boudoirs,
to Sweetly-Tattered wrought iron beds,
bedecked with colourful and
whimsical linens.

.  .  .   Affordable luxury,
and not for those of simple tastes!

*Location, Location, Location*

Enchanted Nights B & B is close to all, a
                       Great vacation base for much to see & do in this
                               Very beautiful & desirable area of New England

                         Kittery, the first town on the Coast of Maine,
                    is at the beginning of Coastal Scenic Route 103,
       one mile to the Historic Resort of Portsmouth,
      New Hampshire (One hour to Boston or Portland).

         Take a short Scenic Ocean Drive North to Kittery Point 
                       or South to New Castle Island, Peirce Island or Rye Beach;
                               Walk, sun, swim or picnic on the ocean or river, bike or     
                                             hike the enchanting trails along the creeks, rivers or ocean.


                                   Kittery & Portsmouth are dining meccas of outdoor cafes,
           pubs, waterfront dining – from ethnic to gourmet.
             Beach, bike, or drive beautiful New Castle Island,           
                 walk your dog along the water and charming historic homes,
                or picnic & swim the beaches & explore Fort Constitution,              
Prescott Park Gardens/Arts Festival, with concerts, theatre,
music festivals, food festivals & children’s activities.         
                             Walk Portsmouth Harbour Trail, Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail, 
                                Strawbery Banke Museum with 40 historic museum buildings,
                                           Olde York Historical Society with 9 historic museum buildings.

Into the Night…

                               Dine at Warren’s On The Water with their famous salad bar,
                          Or sample culturally diverse dining in Kittery or walk over the
                                bridge to other outdoor waterfront dining or cocktails;                                
Enjoy Cafes, Pubs, Dancing, Dinner Cruises, Live Music,      
Curiosities Walking Tours, Ghost Tours, Grave Stones by Dusk,
          Music Hall with Music, Theatre, Dance & Cinema.                                                
         Day-Tripping (One-Way Ticket, yeah): Many (about 10) short                      
      jaunts to charming neighboring New England towns ~ Antiquing ~
 Specialty Shops ~ Athenaeum ~ Biking ~ Brewery                      
 or Vineyard Tours ~ Cliff Walks ~ Cruises to the                
     Isles of Shoals (Thaxter Garden, hiking, picnicking)  
           Cruises on the Piscataqua River ~ Forts ~ Gardens
Golfing ~ Historic Homes Tours ~ Hiking
Kittery Outlet Malls with 140 stores      
Kayaking & Sailing ~ Light Houses
Museums ~ Whale Watching

Kid’s Stuff (Big kids too):

        The Children’s Museum,              
                                                        Children’s Theatres ~ Forts                                                                        
Miniature Golf ~ Treehouse Toys               
     Tugbouat Cruises ~ Urban Forestry Center           
         Water Country Water Park ~ & local annual events,      
                   Rye Airfiled, an indoor skate park, BMX track & lastertag arena
                The Seacoast Science Center, a coastal environmental history center
Sandy Point Discovery Center, a wildlife preserve at Great Bay,     
     Albacore Park, the USS Albacore Submarine, memorial garden & museum.

Must See Locally !!!      

* Portsmouth, 1 mile to Market Square                  
 * Kittery Outlet, 140 stores, 2 miles                
             * New Castle, New Hampshire, 3 miles        
       * Rye, New Hampshire, 5 miles      
          * York Harbor, 9 miles            
                     * Kennebunkport, 28 miles
                                        * Newburyport, MA, 30 miles

Popular Maine Towns

                                         * Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
                               * Portland, one hour, 50 miles
                                              * Freeport, LL Bean, Outlet Shops, 65 miles
                           * Boothbay Harbor, 2 hours, 105 miles
      * Camden, 2 1/2 hours, 130 miles     
    * Bar Harbor, 4 1/2 hours, 220 miles     
* North Pole, 225 1/2 hours, 3,300 miles       

Major Urban Areas

               * Boston, Massachusetts, 1 hour North, 60 miles 
                                             * Manchester, New Hampshire, 50 minutes East, 45 miles
                                      * Concord, New Hampshire, 1 hour East, 60 miles
                                                     * Providence, Rhode Island, 2 hours South, 115 miles
                                                     * Hartford, Connecticut, 2 3/4 hours, 155 miles
                                       * New York City, 5 hours, 300 miles
                                                          * Montreal, Canada, 5 hours, 300 miles
                                                              * Quebec City, 6 1/2 hours, 330 miles
                                                                            * Washington DC, 9 hours, 500 miles
                                                                      * Florida, 1,300 – 1,600 miles
                                                               * California, 3,000 


Kittery, the first town in Maine, was settled in 1623
and is home to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, 

 the Kittery Naval Museum and the infamous
Kittery Outlet Malls with 140 stores.
The USS Ranger was built here for
John Paul Jones in 1777 on Badger’s Island,

There are a few famous houses in Kittery:

The Lady Pepperrell House, ca. 1760;

The Pepperrell House, ca. 1733;

      The John Bray House, ca. 1662;
the oldest house in Maine.

The Pepperrell family at one point in time was the wealthiest family
in New England.  Their reign was from 1682 to 1774.

Rooms & Pictures

Nine Distinctive Rooms

Whirlpool Rooms


Honeymoon/Anniversary/Birthday Suite

2nd Floor in le Petit Château

Extraordinarily Romantic, Vintage Elegance.

King French-Victorian bedroom suite.

Feather bed. Elaborate Armoires.

Gas fireplace. Whirlpool for 2 en-suite,

Walk in shower for 2, 2 shower heads.

Soaring Cathedral ceiling, ceiling fan,

Great Windows with tree-top view.

Fridge, Microwave, Coffee Maker


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Sweet Dream

Honeymoon/Anniversary/Birthday Suite

3rd Floor: 1 to 3 people

Striking 1850 ornate hand-carved

French Victorian bedroom suite,

Queen bed with featherbed.

Colourful and Romantic

Country – French ambience.

Window seat, Cathedral ceiling,

Half-moon window.

Large bathtub en-suite.


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Regular Rooms


2nd Floor: 1 to 3 people


Elegant, Colourful Country Farmhouse style,
Beautiful Oak Serpentine Dresser
with large Cheval beveled mirror,
quaint Oak washstand, tables; and unusual lamps.
Queen French Iron bed, Sweet brass and Iron Twin bed Bay windows with a stained glass window.


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Ground Level, Private entrance, 1 to 4 people

2 bedrooms divided by French doors:

dark oak French Double bed and Armoire,

Hand carved with roses.

French wrought iron Double bed.

Full private bath. Naturally cool in summer.

Fridge, Microwave, Coffee maker, dishes.

Adjacent to backyard gate; Great for dogs!

Private parking space. Partially handicap accessible.


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3rd Floor: 1 or 2 people

Darling little Paris-inspiredhot pink boudoir. Hand painted Extra long Double bed. Windowseat overlooking tree tops; en-suite clawfoot tub, sink, water closet. So Sweet!


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3rd Floor: 1 or 2 people

Tiny but enchanting with French wrought iron Double bed, settee. 13 foot pointed ceiling, Casablanca fan. Private bath with shower, separated by curtains to bedroom.


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Shared Baths


2nd Floor: 1 to 3 people

Elegant French Bed Chamber.
Queen bed and French Twin bed
Shared hall bath: clawfoot tub with shower.


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Rose Room

2nd Floor: 1 or 2 people

Extra charming: Rose wallpaper, ornate iron and brass Double bed, Princess dresser. Private door to deck. Shared hall bath: clawfoot tub with shower.


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Bungalow Apartment

1st Floor: 1 to 4 people

Really charming 1930’s style vintage décor.
One bedroom with Queen bed;
Two Victorian Twin beds in living quarters.
Sunny with Lovely windows. Full Private bath.
Fully applianced kitchen with dishes. Washer/Dryer.


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Local Activities

For Annual Events & Local Dining –

Please visit for further info.


New Hampshire:

Hampton Beach
Little Boar’s Head
North Beach
North Hampton Beach

Foss Beach
Jenness Beach
Odiorne Point Beach
Wallis Sand Beach

New Castle:
Great Island Common



Crescent Beach
Fort Foster Beach
Seapoint Beach

Long Sands Beach
Short Sands Beach
York Harbor Beach

Ogunquit Beach

Historic Homes

Badger House, Privately owned
John Bray, Privately owned
Gilman-Garrison House (603) 436-3205
Governor Langdon House (603) 436-3205
Hamilton House (603) 436-3205
Jackson House (603) 436-3205
Sarah Orne Jewett Home (207) 384-2454
John Paul Jones House (603) 436-8420
Lady Pepperrell House, Privately owned, limited tours
Pepperrell House, Privately owned
Moffatt-Ladd House (603) 436-8221
Elizabeth Perkins House (207) 363-4723
Rundlet-May House (603) 436-3205
Sayward-Wheeler House (603) 436-3205
Warner House (603) 436-5909
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion (603) 436-6607
Wentworth-Gardner House (603) 436-4406

Light Houses


White Island Lighthouse,
Rye, New Hampshire

New Castle Lighthouse,
New Castle, New Hampshire

Whaleback Ledge Lighthouse,
Gerrish Island, Kittery Point, Maine

Nubble Light House,
Cape Neddick, Maine

Two Lights – Twin Lighthouses,
Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Portland Head,
Cape Elizabeth, Maine

Spring Point Ledge,
South Portland, Maine

Non-Accessible, but can be seen from Maine shore.

Goat Island,
Kennebunkport, Cape Porpoise

Wood Island,
Biddeford, Saco River at Biddeford Pool

Portland Breakwater,
South Portland, West side of main channel

Ram Island Ledge,
Portland, North side of main channel


Children’s Museum (603) 436-3853
Kittery Naval Museum (207) 439-3080
Olde York Historical Society (207) 351-1083
A historic village.
Ogunquit Museum (207) 646-4909 20th Century American art.
Port of Portsmouth (603) 436-3680

Portsmouth Shipyard Museum By Appointment,
(207) 438-2565 or 438-3550
Portsmouth Anthenaeum
(603) 431-2538
Seacoast Science Center
(603) 436-8043
Audubon Society of New Hampshire
Seashore Trolley Museum
(207) 967-2712
Strawbery Banke Museum
(603) 433-1100
A living museum of homesand businesses that represents life in New England from 1650 to 1950.
Wells Automobile Museum (207)646-9064
Willowbrook at Newfield
(207) 793-2784 A Restoration Village that represents the late 19th century with 37 homes and businesses.
Don’t miss the 1894 Wooden Carrousel operated by
a steam engine, the last one in existence in Maine.
A self-guided tour, open May 15 to September 30, by appointment to October 31.


Hackmatack Playhouse (207) 698-1807

Hampton Play House (603) 926-3073

Music Hall (603) 436-2400

Ogunquit Playhouse (207) 646-5511

Pontine Theatre (603) 436-6660

Prescott Park Arts Festival (630) 436-2848

Seacoast Repertory Theatre (603) 433-4472

The Players Ring (603) 436-8123

West End Studio Theatre (603) 431-6644 EXT 5


Enchanted Nights is no longer serving breakfast.

Please Note: we are currently only doing 1-week (or longer) reservations.

For more information or to make a reservation, please call:


Directions & Contact Info

Enchanted Nights Bed & Bath

29 Wentworth Street
Kittery, ME 03904

Tel # 207-439-1489 

Portsmouth Harbour Area
Scenic Coastal Route 103

As the old timers say,
You can’t get there from here.”

YOU can.. if … you follow our directions.


Route 1A North ( 60 Miles ) to Portsmouth, N.H.
At the traffic light go straight to the next traffic light.
Turn right on Route 1 North.
At the next traffic light, turn right onto State Street.
Go over Memorial Bridge.
At second traffic light turn right onto Route 103.
Go 3 blocks to traffic light.
Turn left at traffic light.
One block on left.
Parking is after Enchanted Nights sign.


Take Route 1 South to Ogunquit.
Turn left on Shore Road, go to Route 1A.
Turn left on Route 1A, go to York Harbor.
In York Harbor turn left on Route 103; go 10 miles.
Turn left on Route 103. Go 3 blocks to stop sign.
Turn left at stop sign.
Enchanted Nights first house on right.
Parking is before Enchanted Nights sign.

From Downtown Portsmouth:

State Street or Route 1 North.
Go over Memorial Bridge.
At second traffic light turn right on Route 103.
Go 3 blocks to traffic light.
Turn left at traffic light.
One block on left.
Parking is after Enchanted Nights sign.

From Logan Airport:

Route 1A North to Route 60 West
To Route 1 North to 95 North to Maine.
Exit 2 to Kittery Traffic Circle.
Exit Route 236 South. Go 1 mile.
Turn right on Route 103. Go 3 blocks to stop sign.
Turn left at stop sign.
Enchanted Nights first house on right.
Parking is before Enchanted Nights sign.


95 North to Maine.
Take Exit 2 in Maine.
Follow Exit 2 to Kittery Traffic Circle.
Exit Route 236 South. Go 1 mile.
Turn right onto Route 103.
Turn left at stop sign.
Enchanted Nights on right.
Parking is before Enchanted Nights sign.


95 South to Exit 2.
Take Exit 2.
At end of exit, turn Right on Route 236 South.
Go to Kittery Traffic Circle.
Exit Route 236 South. Go 1 mile.
Turn right on Route 103.
Turn left at stop sign.
Enchanted Nights on right.
Parking is before Enchanted Nights sign.



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