Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
Today, Tuesday 26th, May 2009 was an exciting day at the Kismet Inn Bed and Breakfast Spa. Kimberly and Chris booked a room a while ago with massages and dinner. Chris asked for Shiatsu and Kimberly asked for Reflexotherapy which went very well. The massages were done in the yoga studio both of them enjoyed it and felt very relaxed. Kimberly who says has had many massages before thought Wendy Decker the massage therapist did an excellent job and Chris who doesn’t often get massages thought Sarah Rhinelander the Shiatsu practitioner was very good so that went well. I went to Brunswick Farmers Market in the morning to get some veggies for them, I got some salad greens, spring onions and radishes from ‘Six River Farm’ and salad greens from ‘Patchwork Farm’. I also got them some pear for dessert but ended up serving them Goat Milk Gelato from Painted Pepper Farm… the flavors were honey almond, rhubarb strawberry and lemon zest, they loved it. I made the jewel rice with lamb served them sheep milk brie and goat milk torte with red French wine.. they loved every single bit of the dinner. Now they are off to bed and so am I. Have a wonderful night or day incase you are in a part of the world where it is day time. Shadi Towfighi, the owner of the kismet Inn.
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009
The Kismet Inn Bed and Breakfast, Spa was busy hosting parents for Bowdoin College. This past weekend was the graduation day so there was a lot of excitement going on. Parents were happy to see their children’s success as well as sad to see them leaving home seriously. Having a child graduate from college is always a bitter sweet time for the parents.
Kismet Inn bed and breakfast Spa has also been very busy with gardening. One of the garden beds has been completed, some seedlings such as tomatoes, egg plants, zucchini, cauliflower, broccoli, leek, cucumber, melon, beans, sweet pea, angelica and spicy greens have been planted. There is still quite a few more seedlings that need to be planted which should be done by the end of the month or the first week of June. The inn would like to finish it by June 7th, 2009 because there is going to be a fundraising for the ‘Brunswick Park and Gardens’ project.
The gardening has been fun. I have been doing it all manually which takes much longer than using any kind of machines such as tillers. It is hard work but it is gratifying specially to see the flowers in bloom and soon to harvest the vegetables.
Monday, May 4th, 2009
Open House at the Beautiful Kismet Inn, Saturday, May 16th, 2009 1-4
Tour the Inn, have tea and participate in free demonstrations of Yoga, Foot Reflexology, Massage and Shiatsu offered by local practitioners. Come and enjoy this beautful space and get a “glimpse” of all it has to offer.
Monday, April 27th, 2009
Afternoon tea at the elegant Kismet Inn in Bath features custom-blended teas steeped in savovars and homemade pastries prepared by innkeeper Shadi Towfighi. Confections could include baklava with homemade phyllo dough, carrot jam, or seasonal berries with goat-milk gelato, organic and locally sourced when possible.
By Lisa Schinhofen published April 23, 2009 in ‘The Coastal Journal’
Monday, April 20th, 2009
Kismet Inn Bed and Breakfast Spa has added Rejuvenating Face-lift Massage, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy and Shiatsu. The services are offered to both stay over guests or local guests. Please check for our
‘Feet and Tea’
‘Shiatsu and Tea’
service… both to be announced very soon. The tea menu will be quite different from anything you have seen.