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If you are looking for a B & B with the right mix of friendliness, helpfulness, and respect for privacy, head to the Captain Fairfield Inn. Finn will help with dinner recommendations, but don't even think of skipping the breakfast here!
Finn and Loryn took over this wonderful Inn and made it better! We had a wonderful stay, rooms are clean, nicely appointed, breakfast is to die for and the location is walking distance to everything. You won't be disappointed!
Finn and Lauren have created a perfect little haven of beauty and quiet and somehow managed to combine elegance and style with a laid back and relaxed atmosphere. Luxurious and yet understated , a true little gem .
Breakfast was absolutely delicious , a gourmet...More
This was our second stay and will come back as soon as we can.The personal touch, great food, and atmosphere are tops and the beautiful setting near the shore is outstanding. Kennebunkport is a beautiful place. We visit B&B's 2 or 3 times each year,...More
Having stayed at a few B&B's in Maine over the years, this far surpasses most. The innkeepers were charming and attentive without bootlicking! Our room was simply decorated, not overdone, the bed was very comfortable, the shower was fabulous and the fireplace was perfect for...More
We welcome kids of all ages! Only one of our rooms (Parsons), can accommodate up to three people, while all of our other rooms are limited to two people. One thing to note – there is an additional charge of $50... More
We welcome kids of all ages! Only one of our rooms (Parsons), can accommodate up to three people, while all of our other rooms are limited to two people. One thing to note – there is an additional charge of $50 per person.
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"We loved our first floor room (# 2) right next to the living room and around the corner from the breakfast..."