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About our Kennebunkport Inn

The Boutique Kennebunkport B&B Option

A Kennebunkport B&B set in the heart of beautiful Kennebunkport, Maine. The Captain Fairfield Inn features a blend of soft and bold modern styling, creatively prepared breakfasts, and professional, personalized hospitality.

Captain Fairfield is located in a quiet neighborhood overlooking the river green and just one block from the Kennebunk River, lively Dock Square and Kennebunkport harbor. This beautiful boutique Kennebunkport inn features landscaped grounds and gardens where you can relax and enjoy the ocean breezes while sipping a selection from our wine list and enjoying a fresh-baked cookie. Each of our 9 guest rooms is designed with the historic nature of our 1813 Federal mansion in mind, yet with the right mix of romantic Maine getaway amenities to satisfy the sensibility of today’s discerning traveler. 

While we are happy to attend to your every need, we recognize that many of our guests seek the privacy that a getaway or vacation affords. All of these elements contribute to what we define as a "boutique Kennebunkport B&B experience." If you’re looking for a distinctive New England getaway in an ideal location, please consider a visit to Kennebunkport and the Captain Fairfield Inn.

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The History of Our Kennebunkport Inn

What is now a beautiful choice in historic Kennebunkport lodging, the Captain Fairfield Inn was originally built in 1813 on land given to James Fairfield and his bride Lois Walker as a wedding present. When Captain Fairfield first built the house, he invited his brother-in-law, Joseph Lord (a sea captain as well) and his sister Polly Lord to share the home with them. Both men were at sea for long periods of time and their wives found comfort in each other’s company.

A classic example of early Federal period architecture, in its current incarnation as a bed and breakfast, many original details, from the wide plank pine floors to the interesting finish molding in the living room and library, can still be appreciated today.

For nearly 30 years, the Captain Fairfield Inn has been operating as a well-regarded bed and breakfast inn. Today we are pleased to offer the luxuries that seasoned travelers now expect, while maintaining a reverence for the history of the home.

To read more about Captain Fairfield and the epic saga of his portrait, click here.