Novel Coronavirus: Temporary Inn & Restaurant Closing (Updated January 26, 2020)

Our Inn and restaurant site continue to stay temporarily closed. We have actually taken this opportunity to make improvements in our restaurant space and guest rooms.

We are happy to announce we have opened the shipping side of our business,  We are taking this time to work on improvements in our restaurant and rooms for a future grand re-opening.

The Kennebunk Inn lodging and dining will continue to remain temporarily closed until the travel restrictions are more welcoming to our tourist community. Listed below are the most current restrictions:

Listed below are the most current State mandates. We sincerely feel this does not represent our hospitality industry. We would love to see you in the future when guidelines include all and not divided by state lines.

Updated January 2021, Mandates For Anyone Entering Maine

Gov. Mills has issued a “Stay Safer at Home” Order for all Maine people. All out-of-state travelers coming into Maine, and Maine residents returning to Maine, must either receive a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to arrival or complete a 10-day quarantine, per the Keep Maine Healthy plan.

Updated January 26, 2021

About The Kennebunk Inn

The Chefs/Owners of The Kennebunk Inn and its restaurant, Academe Maine Brasserie & Tavern met when they were students at The Culinary Institute of America. They have appeared on "Best Thing I Ever Ate," "Chopped," "Rewrapped," and "Beat Bobby Flay" on the Food Network and on the Travel Channel's "Food Paradise." They have also appeared in Oprah Winfrey's "O" The Magazine. The O'Heas have been guest chefs at Walt Disney World's Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, Houston's "Sugar Land Food & Wine Affair, Boca Raton's "Boca Bacchanal" Food & Wine Festival, and on Holland America Cruise Line.