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Hotel Amenities Include:
  • Free DSL and wireless internet access
  • Direct-TV
  • Quest Fitness Discount
  • Extraordinary dining in Academe
  • Patio dining on our brick patio and herb garden
  • Private function spaces, ideal for special events
  • Special order Champagne Welcome Baskets
  • Pet Friendly 
  • The Kennebunk Inn

    If you are searching for an historic inn with affordable class where culinary passion is executed to near perfection, The Kennebunk Inn is the place. The Kennebunk Inn is the only full service hospitality establishment in the heart of Kennebunk Village. Its convenient and central location, historic ambiance and especially the quality of The Inn's food, make it a superior choice for business travelers, vacationing singles, couples, families, groups and special events.

    The Kennebunk Inn's 18 guest rooms and eight family suites have myriad personalities. Every room or suite has cable television featuring Direct-TV (suites include two TVs). Jefferson Rooms include a king-size bed; Adams Rooms offer a queen-size bed. All rooms have a full, private bath with either an antique tub/shower or a stall shower. Pet rooms are available on the first floor of The Inn. Family suites feature two bedrooms (queen-size bed in one, twin beds in the other) and a bath. Limited kitchen options (refrigerator, sink, microwave) are also available.

    The rooms are named for the two United States presidents and first ladies serving in 1799 (the year The Inn was built) and immediately thereafter - John and Abigail Adams and Martha and Thomas Jefferson.

    There's a brasserie-style restaurant specializing in seasonal seafood dishes (with service on the patio during the summer), a pub and a private dining room.

    Hotel Amenities Include:

    • Free DSL and wireless internet access
    • Direct-TV
    • Quest Fitness - guests get discounted access to fitness facility including all classes & salt water indoor pool
    • Extraordinary dining in Academe
    • Patio dining on our brick patio and herb garden
    • Private function spaces, ideal for special events
    • Special order Champagne Welcome Baskets

    Pet Friendly 

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    The Kennebunk Inn

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    The Kennebunk Inn
    45 Main St. 
    Kennebunk, Maine 04043

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    Saint Ann's Church

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    Visit Website: Saint Ann's Church

    Ocean Avenue

    Ocean Avenue

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    Walker's Point

    Walker's Point

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    Visit Website: Walker's Point

    Seashore Trolley Museum

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    Visit Website: Seashore Trolley Museum

    Kennebunk Beach

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    St. Anthony's Monastery

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    St. Anthony’s Franciscan Monastery is a separate property located adjacent to the Franciscan Guest House. Established in 1947, the Monastery is open to the public from sunrise to sunset. The Friars welcome all visitors. Feel free to come and enjoy the quiet beauty of riverside walking paths, English-style gardens, woodlands, and outdoor chapels. The walking path is paved, has views of the river, and benches. A Walking Tour of the Shrines brochure is available at the Franciscan Guest House front desk. A gift shop is located under the chapel and is open from 10 to noon and 1 to 4 pm daily from March 1st to December 31st.

    Visit Website: St. Anthony's Monastery

    Wedding Cake House

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    The Galleries at Morning Walk

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    Visit Website: The Galleries at Morning Walk

    Patten's Berry Farm

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    Visit Website: Patten's Berry Farm

    First Families Kennebunkport Museum

    Saint Ann's Church

    Located in Kennebunkport, the picturesque chapel was built in 1887 to serve the communities of Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Cape Porpoise. People of all faiths join residents and visitors to the region for Sunday worship, special services and quiet meditation in the park setting overlooking the Kennebunk River and the Atlantic Ocean.

    Visit Website: First Families Kennebunkport Museum

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