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The inn was built as a private residence in 1860 by merchant sea captain, Melville Walker. In 1924, Senator Wickes of New York owned the property before selling it to the Eldridge's, who turned it into a guest house and gave it its current name. The Maine Stay Inn was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.... more
While in Kennebunkport visit history at the Lower Village, Dock Square, and Ocean Avenue. Settled in the 1600's and a long time ship building mecca, the river banks saw five-masted ships and schooners making their way down the river on their way to the sea. Sea captains built fine mansions, many of which are preserved today as lovely inns with... more
Experience history in and outside of the inn's walls with antique furnishings and self-guided walking tours of Kennebunkport. From classic schooners on the water to the historic houses neighboring the inn, you'll be surrounded in history. You'll also be in the path of the popular lighthouse tour!... more
Kennebunkport has historic districts steeped in local lore and offers tours of the homes of sea captains and shipbuilders. Shoppers in search of unique gifts and treasures will find them in the shops and galleries of Dock Square, the Lower Village and downtown Kennebunk. Get out and see this seaside city by bike, foot, by car or by trolley.... more
The Colony Hotel is spectacularly situated on 11 manicured oceanfront acres, featuring a heated saltwater swimming pool, safe swim beach and gorgeous organic gardens. We are within walking distance of the charming village of Kennebunkport. The Boughton Family has maintained a reputation for excellence, owning and operating the Hotel since 1948. Our... more