I have stayed here for 4 nights now, at one of the coldest cold snaps. -11o to +22o brrrr. Being the first of January, no one is in Kennebunkport (hardly), and I am the only guest here for two of the four nights. This is a beautiful 100+-year old Inn. It has a total of 49 room available during the high season (Memorial Day to Columbus Day). Most are shut down in the Winter. There are a variety of styles of rooms, and the staff is very friendly and accommadting to my needs and wishes, especially when I am the only one here. They serve a simple Continental Breakfast during weekdays, and a hot Breakfast of your choice on Weekends. The Bar is open on weekend evenings also. I am sure this place is bustling in the summer, as is all of Kennebunkport. But I do recommend the Winter Season. Special Attention, and the town is deserted.