Captain Jefferds Inn | Kennebunkport, Maine

In a charming, historic Kennebunkport neighborhood, filled with former sea captains' stately homes and mansions, resides one of the prettiest inns I've ever seen, The Captain Jefferds Inn. Built in 1804, the innkeepers, Erik and Sarah Lindblom, have managed to capture and maintain the welcoming nostalgia of an old, coastal New England home.

The parlor desk

The inn's dining room

In the dining room

The beautiful, federal style inn

Situated in the historic district, one of Captain Jefferds Inn's many benefits includes an easy walk or bike ride to Dock Square and all the shopping and dining offered in downtown Kennebunkport. When you want to be in the middle of it all, it doesn't get better than this.

Bikes at Captain Jefferds Inn for guests

At Dock Square

Captain Jefferds is near all the great shopping

It's not only the proximity to all the action of downtown Kennebunkport that makes Captain Jefferds Inn the ideal location, but also the historic neighborhood in which it resides. The historic district is the perfect place to take a leisurely stroll, and be truly immersed in Kennebunkport's history though the old captains' homes and beautifully maintained colonials and federals. One of the the most charming neighborhoods in New England.

Beautiful Captain Jefferds Inn

Captain Jefferds Inn is part of the prestigious and always reliable Distinctive Inns of New England, and it's obvious why. If you want to surround yourself in a stunning piece of Kennebunkport's history, while being close to the charming Kennebunkport village center, Captain Jefferds Inn is the perfect place to stay. 

Thank you Captain Jefferds Inn for the wonderful stay! And thank you for being the friendliest innkeepers I've ever met! Such a pleasure. (And thank you Cape Arundel Inn for an amazing dinner. Post on that to come!)

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