Friday, July 3rd, 2009
Every year during July 4th holiday the ‘Library Park’ across from Kismet Inn bed and breakfast spa takes a new face. Tents are put up for artists & artisans that come from all over New England area and maybe even New York or farther South to showcase and sell their work. Every night there is live music, food and a big book sale goes on as well. The book sale is right across from the library and Kismet Inn bed and breakfast at ‘Winter Street Church’ that is a historical landmark in Bath, Maine. There is also strawberry shortcake sale that goes on.
Kismet Inn bed and breakfast has the best location for all this happening and the fireworks that take place right across the river. Guests always enjoy the entire weekend. Live music has already started, cars are already parking on the streets around and the celebration is starting. Kismet Inn is enjoying the full view with live music.
Thursday, June 11th, 2009
On Sunday, June 7 Brunswick Park and Gardens hosted a fundraiser at the lovely Kismet Inn in Bath. Participants were treated to a tour of this unique and remarkable inn. Its owner, Shadi Towfighi, prepared a cup of her signature tea for each guest. There were three garden talks, including: Master Gardener Debbie Atwood’s discussion called ”From Seeds to Supper”; Habitat Steward Gretchen Kamilewicz who discussed ways to create a wildlife-friendly backyard; and Master Gardener Jan Colyear who offered suggestions for growing perennials in various light conditions. The afternoon included the homemade baked goods, a plant sale and a raffle. Participants left better educated about gardens, carrying any one of an amazing variety of plants to complement their home gardens.
Monday, June 8th, 2009
Today was an eventful day at the Kismet Inn Bed and Breakfast Spa. There was a very successful fundraising for the Brunswick Park and Garden.
Thursday, May 21st, 2009
Summer is really here and guests are now coming daily. Dinner is served daily to a different guest. Kismet Inn bed and breakfast, boutique luxury spa is really enjoying all the guests. They all love the fact that Kismet Inn bed and breakfast spa is all organic and.
Saturday, May 16th, 2009
The open house today, May 16th, 2009 at the Kismet Inn, a luxury Boutique, all Organic Bed and Breakfast Spa in the heart of Historic Bath, Midcoast, Maine was quite a success. To begin with it was a lovely day, the weather was very pleasant. Susan Lubner, the yoga teacher arrived around noon put out a sign for the open house on the lawn. Sarah Rhinlander, the Shiatsu Massage therapist followed her then Wendy Decker, the Reflexology therapist with Sue Redwine the Massage therapist. Each person set up chairs, mats to perform their work when requested.
I prepared Kismet Inn’s special tea which is mixed black teas brewed with cardamom and the freshly picked lemon balm from the garden tea. People started coming in from 1 till 4:30. Everyone loved the tea and quite a few number of people booked for tea, dinner, one golden anniversary and one for a group of women’s luncheon. Everyone loved, the colors of the inn so lively and bright yet, calming and soothing, they all marveled at how there was so much color but nothing clashed or jumped you in the face. It was a feast for the eye as many guests have often said.