Captain Fairfield Inn
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Great Weekend at the CFI
The fatigue of a six hour drive was washed away as soon as we stepped throught the doors of the Capatin Fairfield Inn. We were greeted by both wonderful innkeepers, Rob and Leigh, and a warm, glowing fire in both the dinning and living rooms.
Our room was big and masterful. The bathroom was modern and equipped with a fantastic double shower head bath tub. As we sat and read the morning paper in the living room, after helping ourselves to a great selection of tea and gingersnap cookies from the pantry, we felt right at home. We were also blown away by the four course breakfast served each day. Fresh fruit, smoothies, butterscotch coffee cake and omlettes just to highlight some of the amazing food that was served.
The Captain Fairfield Inn made the perfect getaway weekend. Thanks Rob and Leigh! Can't wait to come back!
Great Attention to Detail
Although we have been to a number of B&B's over the last few years, we have never come accross one with this attention to detail. Instead of orange juice, they had their own blend of juice that was fantastic. The cookies were all made from scratch. Nothing seemed "out of the box". Instead, everything seemed like great standards, with a wonderful, new twist. The breakfast was three courses. The port wine in the sitting room, with the fire burning was relaxing after spending our day (and money) shopping in the village. We both recommend this B&B to anyone staying in Kennebunkport.
A great experience!
My husband and I visited the Captain Fairfield Inn at the end of September for our first anniversary. We had never been to Kennebunkport and we had never stayed at a B&B. The Inn is very beautiful and welcoming. The innkeepers, Rob and Leigh Blood and their chocolate lab, Riley make you feel right at home from the minute you arrive to the time you leave.
The highlight of our dining experience in Kennebunkport was the breakfast that Rob and Leigh prepared every morning, I could not get enough of the BLUEBERRIES...blueberry muffins/scones, blueberry crapes, blueberry pancakes, but of course if you don't care for blueberries they make other wonderful dishes too! And every afternoon when we arrived back at the Inn before dinner we were greeted with the aroma of fresh baked cookies.
Our room was fantastic. It was clean, quiet and cozy...just what we were looking for! It also included a fireplace that we didn't get to use but only because the weather was perfect that weekend!
There are so many little things that make this Inn wonderful, too many for me to write in this review but these are just a few reasons why we will return to the Captain Fairfield Inn. It truly made our first anniversary special and memorable.
We had a great two day stay at this Inn and enjoyed wonderful breakfasts that were very substantial besides tasting great. The hosts were very charming and extremely helpful with everything and the room was excellent even better than the sevice. The room had a fireplace with a very romantic atmosphere. We'd do it again.
A Great Place
The Captain Fairfield Inn was beautiful and romantic. The rooms are excellent and the food is prepared perfectly. I could not have asked for more.
Comfort at its Best
The Captain Fairfield Inn is a gorgeous place to stay that offers both the luxury of a romantic getaway and the comforts of home. The innkeepers are delightful and welcoming, and they treat their guests like extended family. While staying at the inn, guests are offered comforts like homemade cookies and tea in the kitchen, port and candies in the living room and menus from local restaraunts in the t.v room. The rooms are cozy and romantic, and the inn offers the perfect balance of privacy and special attention. The best thing about staying at the Captain Fairfield are its incredible three course breakfasts. First they offer a course of specialy prepared fruit, then homemade muffins, and finally a choice between two mouth watering entrees. Overall, the experience of the inn was incredible and very relaxing.
There's no place like home
Captain Fairfield is a great Inn for a romantic weekend getaway, or an extended relaxing stay. The location is ideal, within walking distance of great restaurants and the quaint town of Kennebunkport. The Inn is clean, quiet and comfortable. The Innkeepers are very friendly and attentive to your needs. Breakfasts are fantastic and afternoon cookies are an added bonus. My wife and I return each spring, summer and fall, and have always had a fantastic time. Beaches stickers are available for the two great beaches. A perfect home away from home.
A Perfect Get-Away
The Captain Fairfield Inn offered everything we wanted to create the perfect vacation. Its location allowed us to walk to a number of excellent restaurants and shops. Beach stickers were provided for local beaches; we enjoyed having variety in beach choice! Breakfast offerings were sumptuous or customized to fit our appetite of the moment. The innkeepers made us feel as though we were in a home away from home.
A wonderful experience! The hosts, breakfasts, and attention to detail are superb. We had a truly memorable time at this lovely Inn as we celebrated our 33rd Anniversary.
As experienced "Inn-stayers", this Inn is truly one of the best we've ever experienced. Thank you and we'll see you again!
Superb in every way
We have just returned from a two day escape to Kennebunkport, Maine and the Captain Fairfield Inn. We run a bed and breakfast on Nantucket, so we are somewhat critical inn goers. This trip however, left us feeling relaxed, fufilled and ready to move to maine....the inn is a charming and stately federal style mansion that is comfortable and well appointed. It's location, only a short walk from many very good restaurants, couldn't have been more perfect. We would say that the best part of the stay was the four course breakfast that was cooked to order. Our choice was apple, oatmeal pancakes with sausage sauteed in apple butter or a bruscehtta omlett. Both were excellent and we had a poached pear as a starter and a fantastic cranberry scone for the second course....truely the best meal at a b&b that we have had -- the ella fitzgerald and frank sanatra playing in the background helped to bring the whole experience together. We highly recommend this unpretentious, comfortable and luxerious bed and breakfast inn...we will certainly be back!
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