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Ideally located on a quiet residential street in the Historic District, our expansive property, peaceful gardens, and proximity to Kennebunkport’s Dock Square set our inn apart from other bed and breakfasts in the area. The main house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the surrounding 11 cottage suites have been beautifully restored to offer premier luxury accommodations with a charming, comfortable ambiance.

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Captain Walker’s Suite Gets A New Look

The wintertime may be a peaceful, relaxing season in Kennebunkport, but for all of us at our Maine Bed and Breakfast, it is full of hustle and bustle while we undertake lots of projects around the inn. And while many of those projects keep things in ship shape, the the most fun ones are the complete room transformations! We certainly tackled some big ones this year, and Captain Walker’s Suite is no exception! Its location on the second floor, overlooking both the front and back gardens, it… Read More

Celebrating Easter Sunday in Kennebunkport

Easter Sunday brought sunny skies and lots of bright colors to Kennebunkport today. And while there’s little foliage to speak of, the floral displays and pastel attire really brightened up the area. Although Kennebunkport is a quaint little town with just over 3,000 people, there is a surprising number of churches open for Easter service (and even more that open once the weather gets warmer). So while I’m sure I missed more than a few, here is a selection of some houses of worship our guests… Read More

Planning Your Summer Vacation to the Maine Coast

Today the temperatures soared over 65 degrees today in Kennebunkport, Maine, which means it’s time to plan your summer vacation! Personally, I’m just not good at the whole “spontaneous” thing. So, for me, that means I’ve got to plan.  And since you’ve already decided to hit the road for a coastal Maine vay-cay, I’ve put together a few questions/answers to help guide your efforts. When? July and August are prime time in Kennebunkport — there’s no question about that. June is ideal if you are… Read More