Waldo Emerson Inn is a colonial style Bed and Breakfast, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, located in the heart of Kennebunk, Maine's Historic District on Summer Street. A restored shipbuilder's manse next to the Kennebunk river with all the latest amenities you would expect from a romantic and relaxing Bed and Breakfast getaway. The Inn offers four romantic and cozy guest rooms each with its own handmade quilts, antiques, working fireplaces and private baths with heated marble tiled floors. Let us exceed your expectations of a Bed and Breakfast with our terrific Dutch breakfast (for example, Apple and Blueberry Flapjes with Chocolate Chip Crepes) and afternoon tea in the Inn's historic parlor or in the shade of our large oak trees. There are excellent restaurants nearby. Be sure to save some time to enjoy sailing, whale watching, kayaking, hiking and summer arts festivals.
Captain A.V. Nickels Inn offers luxury accommodations in an historic setting. The Inn, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was built in 1874 by Captain Nickels as a gift to his bride. It is a breathtaking building sitting on 3 meandering acres directly on the island-studded Penobscot Bay half way between the beautiful towns of Camden and Bar Harbor. The Inn is often cited as one off the most photographed inns on the Maine coast. To "create a memory" for each guest, they are treated to a level of luxury and attention to detail usually only seen in exclusive small hotels or inns in Europe. All rooms are furnished with European and American antiques, art, china and decorative touches creating the sophisticated air of a fine country home. Roaring fires on cool evenings, wicker on the lovely front porch, and lawn furniture by the water adds ambiance that invites guests to relax and enjoy the beautiful views.