Maine Stay Inn and Cottages

34 Maine St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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I cannot say enough positive things about the Maine Stay Inn. We stayed in cottage 9 for a brief trip through Kennebunkport. When we arrived- we relaxed in the main house with refreshing tea and some delicious cookies! Our cottage was an unexpected gem- very modern, clean, and tastefully furnished. The inn keepers were welcoming and provided us with info of the village, beach access, and booked our reservation at a local restaurant. I like the idea of staying in the cottages- and if we had neighbors- we wouldn't have known because it was very quiet. We had chilled wine and a cheese plate waiting for us upon arrival (you can have them pick up a bottle and they will just add it to your room charge). The breakfast is offered at 2 different times- or you can have it delivered to your room/cottage. You can also choose to sit out on the huge wrap around porch or inside. So food wise- the breakfast wasn't anything to write home about- basic huevos rancheros baked into a cup, fruit, and they offer some granola to go if you'd like. The coffee was outstanding! Bright and kicking! Maine Stay could win me over with a perfectly poached egg over field greens and toasted ciabatta! Kennebunkport is a wonderful village with old cemeteries, quaint shops, great food- and the Maine Stay Inn and Cottages made it the most enjoyable visit for me. I would definitely be coming back!
We stayed in Cottage 5 for three nights as part of out honeymoon and could not have been happier! Th accommodations were impeccably clean and comfortable. The inn keepers (and all staff) were wonderful and they truly made us feel at home. We will make the Maine Stay Inn a regular B and B!
I stayed at the Inn during late June. It was a very clean and accomodating space. The staff were helpful, answering any questions about the area and even leaving cookies and iced tea out for the afternoon. The prices are also very reasonable. My only issue was the breakfast part of B&B. The first morning we were served eggs hong kong which was essentially dry eggs and mushrooms in an overcooked wonton cup topped with a teriyaka sauce. I'm an adventurous eater but this dish was essentially tastless. The next day was a mixed berry cobbler. That would have been great as a dessert. For breakfast, it was hardly filling and overly sweet. I would stay there again because as I said the prices are reasonable and the staff and rooms are great. But we would definitely skip the breakfast.

(207) 967-2117

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Captain Jefferds Inn

5 Pearl St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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This is the nicest B&B I've ever stayed in. We were in the New Hampshire room and it was beautiful and really big. The stand-up shower was a little small but that's the only complaint I have. This place has dog friendly rooms in the Carriage House, where we stayed. They even had a welcome cookie in the room waiting for our dog with his name "Flynn" on it and a brand new tennis ball for him. The staff was incredibly friendly and attentive and the 3 course breakfast was delicious. It was served in the formal dining room and you share the table with other guests so it's sort of like you're eating with a family. This isn't really my thing but it was very low key and we didn't feel the need to interact with other guests. I didn't mind it at all. We were walking distance to town which was a nice added feature and there is a big green park that belongs to the inn for dogs to run around. And, if you don't like dogs, they won't bother you if you stay here. They're not allowed in the main house and you probably won't even run into one - unless you want to. This place is not cheap but definitely worth every penny.
Located just a short stroll from the main square in Kennebunkport, this historic house was refashioned as a bed and breakfast in 1980 and has been in the hands of it's present inn-keepers for the past five years. There's no arguing with its charm and impeccable cleanliness. The service is helpful, if politely reserved. There are lots of public spaces both indoors and out to relax, read and enjoy your vacation. Guests may also use the computer in the front parlor if they need to check e-mail, web sites or access online maps of the area. One of the loveliest public spaces is the sun room with it's relaxing chairs, baskets of maps, menus and local information and urns of coffee and tea available all day. A small fridge off the room contains complimentary water and soda along with ice and glasses. A display case offers items for sale such as the inn's robes, toiletries or local treats and ceramics. We noticed a package of our pup's favorite (and hard to find) biscuits in there and planned to purchase them when we left but our generous hostess presented them to us as a gift. Every afternoon, complimentary snacks, cheese, crackers, cookies and such are offered in the sun room and can be enjoyed there, on the outside deck or in your room. The web site boasts of their gourmet three-course breakfasts but neglects to mention they're served at a communal table. The inn is undoubtedly romantic and bringing children is discouraged so we were surprised to find this decidedly non-romantic set up. We joined the group on our first morning and people were friendly enough but the conversations were strained and it felt like we were trying to make friends on the first day of a new job. When we first entered the dining room we didn't notice two small corner nooks but another couple (regulars, we later discovered) sat there and a small round table was set up for them. The following morning we arrived in the dining room early and requested one of those private set-ups. The hostess looked a bit perturbed but acceded to our request. And, at the end of the meal, she asked if we would like to reserve that table for the rest of our stay. Oh, yes, we would! A quiet, intimate breakfast for two was much more what we had in mind on our romantic vacation. Breakfast itself is delicious at the inn. Every day of our stay we were treated to different varieties of fruit compotes, entrees and sweets. Our favorite breakfast began with a particularly attractive fruit salad served with a delectable mango sauce. The entree of vegetable egg frittata came with sweet & spicy bacon so delicious we asked for the recipe and the meal ended with a light and sweet strawberry shortcake with lots of fresh, ripe berries. Additional rooms were added onto the back of the house at some point in it's history and those offer outside access and the option to have your four-legged friends accompany you. The inn's website boasts that the newest and most extensive renovation was done to the Baxter Suite, fashioned in the style of a traditional Maine lodge. The room offers air-conditioning (not an automatic amenity in Maine), TV, mini refrigerator, king sized bed and private screened porch. That sounded good to us and we booked it for a late August vacation. The room was lovely although we have a bone to pick with its descrip- tion on the web site. It's billed as a suite which is defined as more than one room. But, it's not. It's an average sized room with a somewhat cramped bathroom, whirlpool tub for two in the main room and two chairs. Pretty though it was, at those high prices, we could wish for a bit more attention to detail. For example, the candle by the whirlpool tub was not new and had burned in such a way as to make lighting it difficult. The book of matches next to it was 3/4 empty. One of the wooden slats on the window blinds was broken. The mini fridge tucked into the closet didn't quite fit so it had to stand catty corner. The front door was warped so that it was hard to shut and the top lock didn't line up, making it impossible to lock. The AC was also underpowered for the room. Although, to be fair, this was one of the hottest summers in recent history. The Baxter's private porch had been a big selling feature for us and sitting out there in the crisp early mornings was heavenly. But the foliage right by the entrance, as well as all along the foot path leading to the room was severely overgrown and that made walking uncomfortable and brought us far too close to the foraging bees. If you're considering a stay in the Baxter we should note that the ceilings are low. Brian is 6'4" and barely...just barely...cleared the beams. Overall, though, Captain Jefferd's Inn is a lovely place and we had a wonderful vacation in Maine.
My husband took me here for the weekend on my 30th birthday and it was an all-around great experience. The innkeepers were kind, yet unobtrusive. You felt comfortable speaking with them but they were not in your face at any point. We stayed in a room in the Carriage house with our dog and they had a treat for him when we arrived! I always appreciate a place that accepts dogs and really means it. The room was large with a whirlpool tub and lots of windows overlooking the grounds. While I would have been satisfied with just the dog welcome and great room....there is more.... The breakfast was fabulous! They did not make a big deal out of breakfast so we just expected a regular egg deal- nope, it was fresh and borderline the best breakfast we have had at a B&B. Very nice! We will be back as soon as possible!

(800) 839-6844

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Captain Lord Mansion

6 Pleasant St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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A lot of fun! Lots of things to explore as well as a very friendly staff. I loved the breakfast, it was simple and delicious. I really enjoyed the endless knick-knacks and art lining the walls, as well as the little perks like free popcorn, beverages, bikes, and more. If you're willing to truly have fun with the bed and breakfast experience, then this is a great place to stay. This mansion has a lot of personality. I think authors, screenwriters and artists would have a lot of fun in a place like this...just countless stories and concepts flow through this Inn. Especially if there's a thunderstorm outside! We walked around the mansion late at night and had fun pretending it was haunted! I felt like I was in an Agatha Christie book! I dunno if that's your thing, but I had a lot of fun with it. This Inn makes quite an impression and is an experience I'll remember for a long time.
The Captain Lord Mansion is my favorite B & B (and my husband and I are huge B & B& people). The mansion is beautiful, the staff is friendly, the breakfasts are amazing. Each room is exquisitely decorated and maintained and the beds are some of the most comfortable beds we have ever slept in. If you have the chance, take some time to stay at the Captain Lord Mansion!
Let me preface by saying that I'm not a bed and breakfast person. I'm not into antiques, and the thought of chatting up strangers--let alone first thing in the morning---is not my bag. But the Captain Lord, man alive, am I glad I was talked into taking my winter getaway here. We went mid-week in the bitter cold of January, at a time when the lovely tourist mecca of Kennebunkport is deader'n a doornail, and I tell you when the time came I did not want to leave. I could have stayed a week or more. Why? Because the owners have it all figured out here. The service. The guestrooms. The ever-changing homemade three-course breakfast menu and daily snacks. All the extras and amenities. It is a true gem. We splurged on the best room in the house for two nights, a room which boasted two fireplaces, one of which was in a room dedicated to a jacuzzi tub. The third night we moved to another room across the hallway and though we were down a fireplace, it was still luxurious. Ultra comfy beds, mini refrigerators stocked with complimentary soft drinks, heated bathroom floors... it was a winter wonderland, very romantic and conducive to couple-y togetherness and relaxation. It's also within walking distance to the few restaurants that were open, which is a big plus for me. It's not cheap to be sure, even in the off-season, but I don't mind paying the price for such an experience. I'd go again in a heartbeat, and I would choose to go in the winter.

(207) 967-3141

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Captain Fairfield Inn

8 Pleasant St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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The hostess was very kind and accommodating and the place very well maintained. It's off the main road, so it is very quiet, parking is ample and the overall experience pleasant. Breakfast was better than most B&B's - hats off to the chef.
Jessica and her staff's warm hospitality and attention to details made my stay perfect. Great location - short walk to town. Arts and crafts fair across street. Hotel was super clean. Breakfast was decent, bacon was to die for. Loved the idea of living in historic home built in early 1800s by Capt. Fairfield himself.
Just got back from a wonderful, relaxing weekend at the Captain Fairfield Inn. Everything from the delicious breakfasts to the well-appointed rooms to the personable and personal experience provided by the innkeepers, Loryn and Finn, was absolutely fantastic. I left feeling pampered and very well fed. If you're looking for a romantic get-away to a quaint New England town, I just cannot recommend the Captain Fairfield Inn highly enough.

(207) 967-4454

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Wicked Tails

4 Spring St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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The wicked tail - fried lobster tail was delicious. Great spicy sauce. The home-made cole slaw with capers was excellent compliment to this tasty and meaty fried lobster tail. Disappointed that the pesto, spinach, tomato, grilled chesse sandwich was not available. The lady behind the counter told us it is only available every now and then as a daily special. Settled for a grilled cheese sandwich without the pesto.
Interesting little place... It's a take out place, but I ended up waiting 30-40 minutes to get my food. Absolutely absurd. There was one girl making food, one ordering. The girl making food was making food one order at a time (I. E. She would wait for an entire order to complete before starting the other!!!). She would then be singing and dancing while making food and even spent the time to stop, go to the register to change the music... Twice! I want my food, I'm not here for entertainment. They're lucky they're in such a friendly place as Kennebunkport, would never survive in a city. Not recommended. Unless you want to wait 30-40 minutes to get decently good food (not amazing) and get super frustrated in the middle of your day along with all the other customers. Operations are horrible Food is above average, though it's all fried and buttered (which is hard to screw up!)
Great fried lobster tail, lobster roll and shrimp po boy. 4 1/2 stars deserved. Well worth taking the shuttle into kennebunkport.

(207) 967-1977

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1802 House Bed & Breakfast Inn

15 Locke St
Kennebunkport, 04046
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This is an excellent inn! Terri the inn keeper is lovely and has done a wonderful job renovating the inn. We stayed in the Sabago suite, which is well appointed, spotless, and extremely comfortable. Breakfast each morning was a delicious three-course meal with plenty of fresh coffee, orange juice, and tea imported directly from London. With a lovely, secluded spot, it was nice to have a short, easy walk into town. Terri's recommendations and directions to various beaches and other amenities were great. We couldn't have asked for a better experience.
What a great place! My wife and I spent a night here in early June 2015. Terri the in keeper is professional and personable without being intrusive... it's harder than it looks and she pulls it off with grace and ease. We enjoyed a delicious and nutritious breakfast with the other guests and then it was a short walk to the village of Kennebunkport. Kennebunkport is a bit of a tourist trap, but it's a good way to walk off breakfast. If I ever make my way from Virginia to this neck of the woods again, I at least know where to sta
If I had never stayed at another B & B anywhere else, I think I would have thought that this one was aces. And make no mistake, this one is lovely. There's enough cute and kitschy decor to satisfy any and all foggy Maine weekend gettaway desires in George and Barbara Bush-land, and the guest house is actually from 1802, which can make you feel like a little patriot. You half expect to see bonneted chamber marms swishing about with warm bed stones. The innkeepers are warm and well-versed in the area, there's a nice variety of boardgames, and the house is exceptionally located and easy to find. That said, I have a short laundry list of suggested improvements: 1) The guest book in the bedrooms is a little weird. We all know why we come to a B & B and we all know what we do there. To flip through the thick, embroidered pages and read all the happy notes from Terry and Bruce, Jessica and Chris, Betty and Biff, what have you, and then glance at the bed--at once so innocent in its Chantilly lace, yet so deeply defiled--is a dose of reality that is not entirely necessary for a weekend away. 2) A mini fridge in the bedroom would be most appreciated for water, strawberries, leftover dinner, and our brought bottle of wine. We appreciated the corkscrew, though. 3) The jacuzzis are essentially two-person tubs--no complaints here--and are delightfully complemented by warm tiles, but we had some slight drainage issues. Again, an unwelcome reminder of those who came before us. 4) Please don't make us all sit together during breakfast. Which, I should add, was totally delicious. Jay whipped up some delightful breads and omelets, which were served timely and with great care. The thing is, though, breakfast starts at 9am sharp, and you're all served together, so you have two opportunities to feel like a bit of a tool: first is if you're late and holding everyone up; second is if you're too tired, blissed out, or grumpy to make conversation with the folks sitting around the table with you. This is not to say we didn't have some delightful conversation with other couples, but in our ruder-leaning moments, it would have been nice to have a choice. As with Kennebunk in its entirety, this place is completely worth your time and consideration...just not too much of either.

(207) 967-5632

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Bandaloop

2 Dock Sq
Kennebunkport, 04046
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Here are the two things we heard about Bandaloop before coming to Bandaloop (which is incredibly fun to say... Bandaloop): 1. Local 18 year old scooping at ice cream shop: "You should definitely make a reservation. It's pretty much always busy." 2. Russian woman who owned a local beauty parlor: "Why you go there? Skeep theese restaurant. Get bloodies and tirameesu at other place." Anyway, we popped in around 5 and made a reservation for 7 (glad we did, because, yes they really were that busy). When we came back at 6:40, we told them we knew we were early, but they graciously seated us anyway. The warm decor and rustic atmosphere is very... cool meets sexy meets sophisticated meets accommodating. There were girl's night out groups, dates, families. All felt like they belonged there. My one gripe is that halfway through our meal, two servers came over and without really asking us, moved our table to make room for people sitting to the right of us. It felt a little invasive and amateur hour-y. And because they did that, the people to the left of us, when seated, hit our drinks/me in the face with their enormous purse. Yikes! Drinks: Okay, I genuinely cannot remember what we had... I believe my friend had the Bada Bing (gin, cherries, and prosecco) and could only drink one because it was so strong. I had some lovely, garden-y summer drink with cucumbers, limoncello, and prosecco; then chased it with a really well-balanced red sangria. Food: +Bandaloop Egg Rolls ($9), caramelized red onions, walnuts, spinach, danish blue cheese, and a sweet & sour port wine/balsamic reduction: you REALLY need to like blue cheese to like this, which I do, so YUM. It's one of those dishes that what you think you're going to get, you do. A crispy deep-fried to golden perfection egg roll, filled with melted blue cheese, crunchy walnuts, and fresh spinach. + Avocado Mash ($8), lime-wasabi vinaigrette, tempura nori, and a wonton: an Asian-inspired guacamole, essentially. AND SO DELISH. If you like Asian flavors, guacamole, and aren't a guac purist, you'll appreciate this (and if you ask for more wontons - which you're probably gonna need - they'll give them to you free of charge). The tempura nori was a nice touch, not ocean-y tasting at all, and definitely could be more prominently featured. + Vermont Cheddar Quesadilla ($11), salsa fresco, herbed sour cream, sugar cured jalapeños: it's just a cheese quesadilla, honestly. It's safe, it's simple, but it's still delicious. The salsa fresco and herbed sour cream were delicious, and definitely made it feel much more classy. The ONLY thing my partner and I wanted MORE of was the sugar cured jalapeños - they didn't seem sugar cured at all, and we wanted that juxtaposition of flavors/textures it would provide. - Oyster Mushroom Ceviche ($11), sauteed Italian oyster mushrooms, marinated red onion, lime, cilantro, basil, tomato, jalapeños, and crunchy corn tortilla disks: think hearty mushrooms and lots of onions in fresh, cold Mexican flavors wrapped in a zucchini strip. Not necessarily my kind of dish, it was a little too one-note for me, but I can imagine people really liking it! + Mango Ginger Carrot Cake ($8), served warm with lime cream cheese frosting and a mango coulis: what a fun take on carrot cake. The Indian-esque spices were different and flavorful. + Sea Salt Créme Caramel ($8), served with a brown butter-pretzel-butter cookie: how can you not love a sea salt creme caramel that ACTUALLY features chunks of sea salt... delicious and silky! Service: Impeccable. The server was patient, thoughtful, accommodating, had fabulous suggestions, knew the menu inside and out, and genuinely loved working there (as she told us she had been there since almost the beginning and loved working for the owners). Just. Fab. I can't wait to come back here to show this place off to my friends. Maybe next time we'll reserve a high top though!
As I write more and more reviews, I've realized that the things that sell me on a place (well, beside the obvious - yummmmay food!) are great service and never feeling as though I have overstayed my welcome. This place wins on both those AND had yummmay food! My friend and I were playing tourist in Kennebunkport on a hot Sunday in August. While popping in and out of stores, we ran into a "local" who recommended we make a reservation when we said we were planning to have dinner here. So, we wondered over and made one. When we returned just before our 7 PM res, we were promptly seated and our waitress greeted us. She was great right out of the gate! She knew the menu well and was prepared to answer all our questions, as well as share her candid opinions. She knew her stuff! Helps that she has been working there for a very long time (I can't remember how many years, but it was a lot). We each ordered drinks while we continued to peruse the menu. Special hometown shout out: This place has a drink called the "Millinocket Mule"!! I still feel guilty for ordering the Prosecco drink instead....well, not too guilty. It was so good. My friend and I agreed to share some dishes as that affords one the opportunity to try so much more! Always a good move. This night, we managed to share 4 "snacks" and 2 desserts. My kind of dinner! What we had: Bandaloop Egg Rolls - stuffed with blue cheese, caramelized onions, walnuts with a port wine reduction. Umm - why can't all egg rolls be this flavorful? Avocado Mash - a fun Asian twist on guacamole. Why don't we experiment more with those avocado based dips? Inspirational? Quesadilla - Vermont cheddar with salsa, sour cream, and sugared jalapenos. This was good - but I wish the sugared jalapenos were a little more sugary and were inside the quesadilla, not on the side. Oyster Mushroom Ceviche - mushrooms with herbs and tomatoes, onion, and jalapenos. This was a solid B+. While I really wanted to try the scallops, I was feeling a bit full and really, I'm all about dessert. Thankfully, my friend humored me and we skipped a main course and went straight for the sinful. We shared a Mango Ginger Carrot Cake and a Sea Salt Creme Caramel. I loved both and wouldn't be able to choose just one when I return. And return I will!! Who wants to go with me??
Bandaloop is kind of designed like that beach cottage you wish you had...rustic, exposed beams, intimate. It is a good date spot in my mind. Looking back, I think the bar is actually the coolest part of the restaurant and would be my choice if we came back. The menu is intriguing and there were lots of things I wanted to try. I think the only thing that actually delivered on expectations was the mac 'n cheese...definitely worth an order. The avocado smash tasted overwhelmingly like peanut/cashew sauce and the dipping instruments were lacking. The lemon tahini in the kale salad overwhelmed it (almost like ranch dressing). My swordfish presentation was mediocre with a huge glob of sweet potato hash (looked like poo) and a ginger/soy/teriyaki sauce that lacked any spice and was overly sweet. It sounded delicious, but it fell flat. The service is friendly but a little slow (it wasn't overly busy). Overall I think that I would go back as it is charming inside, but I would just eat the mac and drink beers (good beer list).

(207) 967-4994

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The Inn at English Meadows

141 Port Rd
Kennebunkport, 04043
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David and Kate were so welcoming and friendly throughout our stay, they have thought through every detail, from the fresh baked cookies, to the coffee and tea readily available and upon checking in, David got us settled in our room and brought us up a carafe of water. The inn is beautiful, in a great location and very easy to find. Our breakfast was delicious, too! Will definitely return and recommend this to all our friends!
Liz and Eric (and Bailey too) went above and beyond to make us feel welcome and special. The three course breakfast was delicious and started our day off on a great note. They always made fabulous dinner reservations with places we loved. They made staying in Kennebunkport a place to come back. The rooms were clean, comfortable and just what we were looking for.
We returned last weekend for our second stay here, and had an even more wonderful experience than the first. Liz and Eric are terrific hosts, and I encourage you to take advantage of their great recommendations (and offers to make reservations) for restaurants and activities during your stay. We love the modern flair to the Inn's decor; it's very elegant while still retaining the comforting feel of a B&B. I would be remiss for not calling out Liz's unbelievable cooking. If you work for Michelin and plan to stay here, pack three stars or so, and be prepared to hand them over at breakfast time for the remarkably delicious (and stylish) three-course creations straight from Liz's kitchen, as you take in Maine's morning sunshine at your outdoor table.

(844) 325-3948

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Nunan’s Lobster Hut

9 Mills Rd
Kennebunkport, 04046
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With the aid of Yelp, we found this delightful little gem of a place in Cape Porpoise, which provided one of the more memorable meals of our recent vacation to Maine. Though it seems that Nunan's is not lacking for endorsements, we were all so thrilled with the experience that I have to add my two cents as well. Tucked along a quiet road in Kennebunkport, Nunan's Lobster Hut is small enough to escape notice, were it not for the fact that it is so garishly painted... or that there are throngs of people lined up outside waiting for the place to open. Chatting with the patrons, this seems to be a favorite spot for the locals, far enough away from the more glitzy tourist traps that draw customers by the droves. Yet, shortly after its 5pm opening time, the place is simply teeming with customers, hungry for a lobster meal. Everyone at our table indulged in the two lobster meal. What we got were two 1 1/2 lb lobsters, served on a metal pan with two sides of butter and some Lays potato chips and some rolls. The delivery is certainly no-frills, but that is part of the place's understated charm. The lobsters themselves appeared to be soft shell, so they haven't yet grown fully into their shells. While it is true that you get a little less meat than a hard-shell lobster, the tradeoff is that the meat is more tender and a little more sweet. A few of us also started off with the clam chowder, which was thick and full of clams, and served at just the right temperature. It was among some of the best clam chowder I have had in a long time. To finish off the meal, a few of us ordered a slice of the blueberry pie. The crust was flaky and caked with granulated sugar, and the filling was full of unusually small and tart blueberries. All in all, a decent slice, though the crust was perhaps a bit too dry. The service at Nunan's is terrific. The wait staff was friendly and attentive, and it's easy to see from their hospitality why the place has earned more than a few loyal customers. The ambiance is quite nice. The dining room is a long cabin with low ceilings and open windows overlooking a marsh. The August breeze was a welcome addition, with air that contained just the right amount of brine. The seating is more like picnic tables than booths, but again, this is part of the charm. A few things to know before you go: Nunan's doesn't accept reservations. Doors open at 5, and by then, there will be a modest line, but not so long that you won't be seated relatively quickly. The efficiency of the service ensures that there is a quick turnaround time. Perhaps, most importantly, Nunan's is CASH ONLY, so make sure to bring at least $50 per person in cash if you're planning on having wine. Finally, don't forget to bring a business card. Customers have taken the liberty of tacking their cards to the planks that line the walls and ceilings. Might as well add your name to the bunch!
This is really where the suckers moon. The woman who runs the place is an absolute harridan who tries to channel a Soup Nazi like demeanor into a kitchy Maine attraction. In point of fact, it's an overpriced lobster shack that serves cafeteria level sides and bread. A better and more scenic option, right on the water, is at the end of Pier Road called next to the Ramp restaurant: the Pier Road Chowder house is friendly, tasty and first rate.
Good lobster roll, but you'll need some clams to start if you are hungry.

(207) 967-4362

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Aunt Marie’s

10 Ocean Ave
Kennebunkport, 04046
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Maine wildberry is delicious! If you shop and some of the local shops you will be lucky to recieve a coupon for Aunt Marie's. If I did not get that coupon I would have never had the opportunity to try its delectable Main wildberry icecream. I am so sad I ate it so fast. So creamy!
Flavorful, creamy, local-made ice cream--just marvelous. Portions are generous, especially if you go to the Clam Shack for your previous meal and a free coupon. My personal favorite is the Maine wildberry flavor, which featured delectable chunks of local berries, but the more conventional flavors tasted excellent as well. There's not a lot of space to sit nearby, but it's lovely to walk around Kennebunkport licking a cone of this deliciousness.
Rich, creamy, utterly delectable local-made ice cream. I got the chocolate every time I went here - and it seems to be even more delicious after going to the Clam Shack and getting a free coupon for this ice cream. As it's just a corner shop, there's no place to sit down and eat, but it's even lovelier to walk around Kennebunkport and lap up this delightful dessert.

(207) 967-0711

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