Novel Coronavirus: Temporary Inn & Restaurant Closing (Updated May 1, 2020)

Governor Mills Presents Safe, Gradual Plan to Restart Maine’s Economy

Extends-stay at-home order with modifications to allow for activities and business operations deemed safe.

Tentatively beginning June 1st Restaurants will be allowed to open for in service dining and revising the limitation on gatherings from less then 10 people to less than 50 people. It maintains the 14 day quarantine for all people entering or returning from Maine.

Tentatively beginning July 1st Lodging will be allowed to open under the state guidelines which are in the process of being developed and maintaining the prohibition on gatherings of more than 50 people. It maintains the 14 day quarantine for all people entering or returning from Maine.

The Kennebunk Inn will remain closed until we are given the state guidelines and can determine a safe way to serve the public and protect our staff.

Due to COVID1-9 we are making greater exceptions to fully charged non-refundable reservations however, we ask for support in retaining our 10% deposit to cover the costs of booking. This 10% deposit can also be applied for a future stay.

Due to COVID19 we have adjusted our cancellation policy to 24 hours prior to arrival. Canceling within the 24 hours or not showing for reservation will result in charge for entire stay.

Updated May 1, 2020

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.