Built in 1753 and expanded in 1784, this former shipbuilder's manse is one of the most historic places to stay on the Southern Maine coast. Originally built by Waldo Emerson, legend has it that his great nephew, famed poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson, spend his summers writing in the parlor.
Stately and refined, it retains historical charm with a touch of elegant whimsy. All six charming rooms have private en-suite baths, SmartTVs, Amazon Echos, luxury linens, robes and custom bath amenities.
The inn offers free Wi-Fi, an Honor Bar, and weather permitting outdoor dining and a cozy fire pit. The London-trained chef and innkeeper prepares two course gourmet breakfasts. Located next to the famous Wedding Cake House, the the inn is a serene retreat, only a few minutes from the tourist bustle of Dock Square, the heart of Kennebunkport's beaches, shopping, and dining.
139-439/nt US Dollar
Waldo Emerson Inn
108 Summer St., Kennebunk, ME, 04043, USA
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