A Classic New England Guest House
Radiating classic New England charm, The Old Parsonage Guest House transports visitors back in time with its iconic white curved lintels, eaves and porch. This 1857 Greek Revival-style parsonage overlooks curving lawns that guide the eye down to the Kennebunk river. Previously home to the local Baptist preacher, today the historic two-story home functions as a family-run cozy bed and breakfast.
Mornings begin with the aroma of freshly baked breads and fruit crisps wafting from the kitchen. Guests indulge in hearty multi-course breakfasts featuring organic regional fare before heading out to explore downtown Kennebunkport or the beaches. In the evenings, return to the cottage or living area while the children enjoy the play area. Retiring to personal chambers, the Old Parsonage's three heirloom-styled guest rooms boast cumfy beds and can host families and pets.
Immersed in rich heritage and abundant small-town charm just steps from Kennebunkport’s acclaimed restaurants, galleries and Dock Square shops, the intimate Old Parsonage Guest House transports visitors back in time for a relaxing taste of classic New England hospitality. Similar B&B-style Inns in Kennebunkport include the Kilburn House and the Chetwynd House.