Ratings based on 207 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Charlton,ma.
Very OLD HotelPosted Sep 20, 2014
Pros: Not a Thing
Cons: tear down ,build new nothing worth saving ..
Location: the only thing good about it wasthe location
Hotel is Very old ,with your door closed people passing down hall can see into rooms .the walls are paper thin ,need I say more !
by A verified traveler from uk
Historic place to eat, rooms tired!Posted Sep 17, 2014
Interesting 200 year old inn, rooms a bit tired, convenient for the friendly port of Kennebunkport. Stayed mid September which is close to end of season so not much open (esp Sunday night). Free wifi, coverage not good in our room. Restaurant looked great to eat in but closed on Sunday we were there. Shame also because of new building work next door which started at 7am!! Could have been warned....
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New haven county, Ct
Small town charmPosted Sep 12, 2014
I have read many negative reviews on this Inn. I found that it had a small town charm to it. An Inn that built in 1800s. Yes the wallpaper was outdated, the bathroom was small - but it was expected. Staff was friendly & I would definitely stay there again. Oh, no worries about the Inn being haunted, was not much activity while we were there.
by A verified traveler
Not as website showsPosted Sep 8, 2014
Pros: It was downtown Kennebunk.
We like old. We like antiques. This was run down old. Would not recommend to a friend.
by A verified traveler from Bloomfield, NJ
Worst hotel we have ever stayed in.Posted Sep 1, 2014
Cons: Everything - cleaned, painted, etc.
Location: About 10 minutes to Kennebunkport. Nothing in the immediate area.
This hotel is just plain nasty. I paid $235.00 for the smallest, dirtiest room ever. One bed and one dresser and barely enough room to walk around the bed. Not even a chair to sit and put your shoes on. You had to watch the tiny TV while lying on the bed only. The bathroom was a joke. It was so tiny and so dirty, we wouldn't even shower there. Thank goodness we only stayed for one night. The sink was only about 12 inches wide. I didn't think anyone even made such small sinks. There was no place to rest your toothbrush or hair brush or to put any of your toiletries. The shower was so small and dirty. The doors were difficult to close, so as you tried to sleep, all you heard was slamming doors everywhere. The bathroom looks like it hasn't been painted since the Inn was built in the 1700's. The bathroom and bedroom had paint chipped everywhere. Since it was built so long ago, there was probably lead paint under all of those chips. I don't think this is a very healthy place to visit. On top of everything, it was dusty as hell. There was probably 1/2 inch of dust on top of the lampshades and along the woodwork in the bathroom. The a/c smelled badly and the filter was probably clogged. They did not even serve any breakfast at all. For that price, it was certainly a rip off. I told the young lady at the desk that she needed to be sure the owners were made aware of the condition of this Inn. Nasty, nasty, nasty!!!
by A verified traveler from Ottawa On
Room was so small thought I was back in Europe..Posted Aug 20, 2014
Pros: Nice looking from outside.
Cons: nothing for my taste. Guess I should have realized what " Inn " meant. Never again. Word INN no scares me
Small rooms, no elevator or staff to carry bags. Never same staff member on desk. Zero knowledge of area
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
An pleasant inn run by "foodies"Posted Aug 11, 2014
The Kennebunk Inn offers pleasant, but unsophisticated lodging, with a very nice restaurant in a quiet small town setting. It served the needs of my wife and me well as we traveled overnight to pick up our daughter who spent the summer as a camp counselor in Maine. The owners are a husband and wife team who met as students at the Culinary Institute of America. As might be expected the dining room is more impressive than the guest rooms. Our room was adequate but sparse with nowhere to sit other than the bed and not so much as a shelf to rest a toilet bag on in the bathroom. I ended up putting mine on the floor as I shaved and brushed my teeth. The Kennebunk is recommended for those who rather endure a few minor quirks than spend another night in a generic chain hotel room.
by A verified traveler from Norwich, VT
Old and DirtyPosted Aug 11, 2014
I frequently like older hotels with charm, this had none. The town location is great. Be aware that if you are on the third floor you may be lugging suitcases up several flights of stairs. Porch was still littered with bar classes at 9 AM the next morning left from the night before,
by A verified traveler from Ontario
Beware: Inn that needs updatingPosted Aug 9, 2014
Pros: The view from the outside, the porch.
Cons: Room size and odor, very noisy air conditioners, cleanliness of floor. They should tell you that there is construction presently, right outside.
Location: Kennebunk is a small town that closes up at about 6. There is a terrific restaurant across the street called 50 Local, which prepares farm fresh food.
The Kennebunk Inn looks very attractive and cozy in the pictures. However, in reality, the rooms are very small, hardly enough room to get around the bed. There was a very musty odor in the room, and the window air conditioner was so noisy it had to be turned off in order to sleep. The smell dissipated somewhat when the window was opened. The bathroom was extremely small and there was no hot water the first night we stayed there. Just on the side of the hotel, there is construction of a town hall, where the builders started work about 6:30 every morning. When we tried to get a refund for our last night of 3, we were told that Expedia would not give a refund, on the Expedia website it says the hotel will not give a refund. We left anyways, feeling that we could not stay another night.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Quaint and cozy stay!Posted Aug 3, 2014
Pros: The quaintness and quietness of the place. And the staff was most charming and helpful!!
Cons: The lock on the door are extremely loud so when you close the door it echoes down the hall.
Location: Downtown Kennebunk with walking to shops ver convenient.
The staff was absolutely charming! Even though this Inn was built in 1799, it had all the updated amenities and I can't say enough about our wonderful and relaxing stay! We just loved it and will definitely be back again.