If you look up the word paradise in the dictionary, don’t be surprised if Pepperrell Cove shows up. Nestled along the Seacoast’s famed Piscataqua River, with stunning coastal views for miles—Pepperrell Cove is a destination worth visiting any time of year.
Pepperrell Cove has a lot to offer guests from outdoor dining at Frisbee’s Wharf in the warmer months (yes, there’s boat access—park at the dock and dine here!), to enjoying cozy meals at Bistro 1828 and The Ski Club as snow falls over the quiet roads of Kittery Point come winter.
If a daily cup of coffee paired with the New York Times is more your style, head over to Provisions at Pepperrell Cove—a charming marketplace with essential everyday items, artisanal grocery goods, nautical gear, and famous daily soups and blueberry scones!
If you’re hosting an event—say a board meeting, birthday party, or wedding, impress your guests by hosting it at The View—a bright event space, very appropriately named. The scenery you’ll see from this building will absolutely take your breath away, and on a beautiful summer night as the sun sets?? Don’t even get us started!! It’s mesmerizing.
Pepperrell Cove plays an important role in the history of the Seacoast. Named after Sir William Pepperrell—a Kittery native who became a decorated soldier, merchant, and landowner in the early 1700s—Pepperrell owned more than 130 ships which operated out of Pepperrell Cove, and still today, there are many nods to this Seacoast legend throughout the property. In the early 1800s, the Frisbee family made its mark on Pepperrell Cove, operating what came to be the longest family-owned store in the country, Frisbee’s Market. The Frisbee family donated their waterfront pier to the town in 1955. Today, under new ownership, Pepperrell Cove has been historically maintained, updated, and beautifully transformed into a one-of-a-kind destination that’s now flourishing with happy locals and visitors!