Kennebunkport Inn, Kennebunkport, New England
A former tea merchant's mansion, the Kennebunkport Inn has been a renowned landmark in town since 1899 and enjoys a prime location as the only hotel in Dock Square, just steps from a wealth of dining and shopping opportunities, art galleries, museums and leisure activities both on land and at sea.
The inn offers 49 rooms divided between the Main Inn and the Wharfside building across the street. Rooms in the main building are traditionally decorated, some with four-poster beds, fireplaces and period antiques while the newer Wharfside building offers a more contemporary and casual feel.
The One Dock restaurant and piano bar promises a menu rich in native Maine cuisine where guests can dine on the patio in fine weather.
The hotel also features a veranda and outdoor swimming pool overlooking the Kennebunk River.
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Embark on a culinary tour of Kennebunkport’s signature seafood and artisan fare. Taste your way around the town’s thriving food scene, taking in everything from whoopie pies (the state’s official sweet treat) and blueberry-filled doughnuts to lavender mead and fresh coffee.