The Breakwater Inn - New England Charm
Tucked away on quiet Sunset Lane, the Breakwater Inn & Spa is a premier boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Kennebunkport, Maine. Originally built in 1899 as a private summer home, the red brick Federal-style building was lovingly restored into a sophisticated 21-room inn in 2013. No detail has been overlooked at this four star hotel from the plush bedding, fine linens, marble bathrooms, and cozy in-room fireplaces. Guests are treated to gourmet breakfasts daily featuring local seasonal ingredients as well as afternoon tea with homemade scones.
5 fast facts on The Breakwater Inn & Spa:
- The Breakwater Inn & Spa is an intimate 21-room boutique inn located in downtown Kennebunkport, originally built as a private home in 1899.
- Guest rooms feature plush bedding, fine linens, marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, cozy fireplaces, and Juliet balconies.
- Guests enjoy gourmet, locally-sourced breakfasts daily and afternoon tea with homemade scones and pastries.
- Stripers, the onsite farm- and sea-to-table restaurant creates seasonal dishes and artisanal cocktails with coastal ingredients.
- The Breakwater Spa provides indulgent couples’ massages, facials, body treatments, and packages in a relaxing marine-inspired setting.
After a day exploring the area’s pristine beaches, towering lighthouses, and seaside villages, unwind at the Breakwater Spa featuring indulgent couples’ massages, facials, and marine-inspired body treatments. Outside, relax by cozy fire pits overlooking the garden or stroll to the Kennebunkport shops, galleries, and restaurants just steps from the inn.
For hungry appetites, Stripers Restaurant offers indoor and outdoor dining with a full raw-bar and delicious seafood. Local favorites include the KPT Lobster Roll and Farmer's Cassoulet, and if the weather permits, the outdoor deck is the best possible way to enjoy the views of the Kennebunk River. The Breakwater Inn & Spa is a sophisticated yet relaxed oasis that captures the heart of a quintessential New England coastal escape.