Departure Date: Sunday, June 11; 25, 2023
New Date Added: Tuesday September 12, 2023
June Price: $599 (Twin) $589 (Triple) $719 (Single)
September Price: $629 (Twin) $619 (Triple) $789 (Single)
Tour Includes:Roundtrip deluxe motorcoach transportation to Maine from Connecticut
2 Nights at the Meadowmere Resort in the heart of Ogunquit, Maine
3 Meals: 1 dinners; 2 breakfasts
Downeast lobsterbake at Foster’s
Nubble Lighthouse Cruise
Historic Portland Head Light
Guided tour of Kennebunkport
Old Port Exchange in Portland
Perkins Cove, Marginal Way
Services of Professional T&A Tour Manager
Day 1 Sunday: Stonewall Kitchen, Foster’s Clambake
Our early summer Maine adventure begins with a visit to Stonewall Kitchen Company Store, where specialty Maine items abound. Afterwards, we head to the popular resort town of Ogunquit. You will see from the scenic coastal area why its’ name means “beautiful place by the sea.” After check in at the Meadowmere Resort, there will be time to relax and freshen up. Those wishing can enjoy the hotel’s amenities including indoor pool, jacuzzi, and the West Meadow Pub. You may wish to stroll Marginal Way for a scenic view of the Maine’s coastline or shopping at Perkin’s Cove. This evening an authentic Down East lobster bake is included at Foster’s Restaurant. Substitutes for lobster will be provided. (Breakfast and dinner included)
Day 2 Monday: Portland ~ Kennebunkport
After breakfast at Jonathan Restaurant, we set out for a day of sightseeing. We visit the Portland Head Lighthouse, the most photographed lighthouse in America. There will be time to enjoy lunch and shopping in Portland’s historic Old Port, a restored waterfront district with cobblestone streets, unique shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Our next stop will be Kennebunkport. Here we enjoy a guided tour describing its 300 year history from native Americans to early settlers, the shipbuilding era and in more recent years the Presidential summer retreat of the Bush family. The evening is free to enjoy many restaurant options in Ogunquit. (Breakfast included) for a relaxing evening or dinner in town this evening.
Day 3 Tuesday: Nubble Lighthouse Cruise
After our final breakfast, we board the Finestkind II at Perkin’s Cove for our Nubble Lighthouse cruise. This 14 mile round trip cruise offers unsurpassed views of York’s elegant homes, the scenic rocky coast and the Nubble Lighthouse for breathtaking photo opportunities. Afterwards we will have time for lunch before heading home
(Some tour events may take place on different days)
Milford Commuter Lot (Exit 40 off I-95) Departure 7:00 A.M.
North Haven Commuter Lot (Exit 10 off I-91) Departure: 7:30am
Cromwell Commuter Lot (Exit 21 off I-91) Departure: 8:00am
Trip Cancellation Waiver: $55/person
**An optional Trip Cancellation Waiver Policy is available: $55 per person. The Waiver must be purchased at time of deposit. If you are taking the Waiver, the deposit required is $255 per person. The waiver will protect your payments in the event you must cancel due to any health/accident related reason on the part of yourself or an immediate family blood relative. A doctor’s notice must be provided. The Cancellation Waiver will protect you up until 48 hours prior to departure provided you contact our office if you must cancel your trip. If our office is not contacted by 48 hours prior to departure, the cancellation waiver will not apply
Without the trip waiver, cancellations are subject to a fee as follows: Cancellations 45 or more days ahead receive a full refund. Cancellations 44—15 days ahead will be charged 50% of total tour cost. Cancellations 14 days or less ahead of departure, no refunds.
Disclaimer:By signing up for this tour, passenger acknowledges the contagious nature of COVID-19 or its variants and voluntarily assumes the risk they may be exposed to or infected by COVID-19 or its variants by participating in the trips sponsored by T & A Tours, LLC. Passengers understand that the risk of becoming infected by COVID-19 or its variants may result from the actions, omissions, or negligence of themselves and/or others. They agree that having considered these risks, they desire to participate in the tour and freely and voluntarily assume complete personal responsibility.
photo credit:Maine Office of Tourism