"Loved the ambiance, cleanliness, comfort and staff"
This hotel/inn was exactly as was pictured online. Even better in person! I loved the location, service, comfort and style. Very pleased with my room, the lobby and dining rooms and what was offered for breakfasts. Fresh flowers on every table in dining room. There wasn't a fan in the bathroom but, I had a window to open if needed. The bed was ultra beautiful and comfortable! The people were great and I loved the availability of tea and coffee hours 24/7. : )
Will definitely recommend and would love to stay there again if I should get the opportunity.
Traveller from Central, NJ
Offering direct access to the beach, this Kennebunk Beach hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Mother's Beach and Webhannet …More
This hotel is right in the middle of town--walk to everything! We hopped on the complimentary bikes (with cute baskets) right when we arrived and were able to take a ride all around the area. Our room featured a lovely balcony, perfect for enjoying our morning coffee.
Traveller from Illinois
Located in the heart of Kennebunk, this hotel is steps from Maine Art Gallery Framing and Kennebunkport Harbor. Dock Square …More
"Nice hotel close to the beach. Best service around"
My suite was amazing. Big Bathroom. Jacuzzi tub and shower. I had my first bath in about 5 years, it was amazing. The service and the people working at this hotel made me feel special. I can not wait to go back!
Situated by the ocean, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of St. Anthony's Franciscan Monastery, Maine Art Gallery …More
Five of us stayed for 3 days, 3 of which were kids. We really enjoyed our time there. Nice clean cottages and plenty of room for kids to play and nice pool. Great location, close to the ocean as well. Staff very nice and accommodating. Would stay again, and longer stay next time. I would recommend this place for sure!
Traveller from Sunapee NH
Situated in Kennebunk, this motel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Gardens at Historic Wallingford Hall, Brick Store Museum, and …More
Main Street, in the heart of the historic district, is lined with shops, restaurants, and the Brick Store Museum, which preserves the Kennebunk region’s history. On Summer Street, visitors tour Victorian mansions, many built by sea merchants during the town’s seafaring days. On Beach Avenue, pedestrians meander along a 1.5-mile stretch of sidewalks that links the beaches from Gooch’s to Lord’s Point.