I got the two confused and there is no comparison between Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. Some of these posted reviews are actually for the Kennebunkport Inn which is several miles away. When we checked in at the Kennebunk Inn, I was shocked. I told the clerk I was in the wrong place, but she refused to refund my money so we had to spend one night. It was dreadful. The Inn is very very old. We don't mind old and elegant but this place has not been updated. It isn't even Victorian. It is just old with old mismatched furniture, exposed pipes in the ceilings, along the walls, slanting floors. The rooms are tiny and very very shabby. The only plus was the clean comfortable bed. There were 3 locks on our door and not sure why because the door was so thin anyone could push it down. There were young people coming and going without luggage and I think part of the inn may be used as a boarding house. The high rated restaurant on the main floor is closed Sun & Mon so we didn't get to try it. The Wi-Fi service wouldn't work unless we took our computer down to the office. There is nothing to do in that part of Kennebunk! You can drive 10-15 minutes to the newer, nicer part of Kennebunk that is connected to the delightful town of Kennybunkport by a bridge. I am shocked by some of these reviews.
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