Escape to Kennebunkport and indulge in the exceptional hospitality
and intimacy of our luxurious bed and breakfast - Maine Stay Inn


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 bed and breakfast apart from other hotels 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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Black Friday Savings Have Arrived in Kennebunkport!

It’s that time of year that your inbox is flooded with specials and savings for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and general holiday shopping ideas, but the gift that everyone on your list really wants is the experience of a getaway to Kennebunkport Maine! So this year, get your shopping done early with our Holiday Gift Certificate Sale. And the beauty is that they can use this anytime – for summer beach weekend, a romantic winter getaway, a special anniversary… Read More

A Maine Thanksgiving Getaway

16 years ago our family enjoyed a special Thanksgiving Getaway in Kennebunkport Maine, where we got into the holiday spirit as the town transformed into a winter wonderland and we spent time together indulging in delicious meals and walking on the shoreline. It was a magical time to experience Kennebunkport for the first time, and called for a repeat the very next year! Little did we know, but Kennebunkport Maine called to us, and now we’ve been here for almost 11 years! So Thanksgiving… Read More

Honoring Veterans With BnBs For Vets in Kennebunkport Maine

Veterans Day is quickly approaching, and all of us in Kennebunkport Maine are looking forward to honoring the nation’s veterans this Sunday (and Monday). And while Veterans Day was initially called Armistice Day in honor of the end of World War I, which occurred on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, it was renamed in 1954 to celebrate all of those who have served this great country. Although the last surviving WWI veteran passed in… Read More