The Cape Porpoise Motel is the ideal location for your stay in Maine. Situated just off the center of this quaint New England fishing village, Cape Porpoise offers an array of dining from catch of the day lobster in the rough at famous “Nunans Lobster Hut” to full service finer dining or take out, several within walking distance of the Motel.
Stroll to the village to artisan shops, appreciate local art and harbor views. Unwind with a lovely 1 mile walk to the pier for sunrise views and Goat Island Lighthouse. Spend a day on the white sands of Goose Rocks Beach or explore the tide pools of Kennebunk beach, each just two to three miles away.
Whether antiquing, biking, kayaking, hiking, or sharing a family day at the zoo, amusement or water park, area activities abound in Maine and are easily accessible from our very convenient location.
Awake to sunrise over the park like front lawn. Make coffee in your room (we will supply) and bring your own breakfast items to the sun filled stoop in front of your room or the patio under the umbrellas. Evenings are often enjoyed by the fire on the patio where guests mingle and share stories over a personal beverage. Friendships are made and memories forged here at our Cape Porpoise Motel.
WE WILL OPEN MAY 11th and look forward to healthy happy season !
MAY 11 -26 $129/night
MEMORIAL WEEKEND $149/night
MAY 31- JUNE 23 $139/night
Peak Season JUNE 24 thru SEPT 5 $169/night (2 night minimum)
SEPT 6 – Oct 6 $139/night
COLUMBUS WEEKEND $149/night
OCT 10 until Halloween $129/night (weather permitting)
ALL rooms have a very nice size refrigerator with full freezer, a 4cup coffee maker and microwave oven. Bring your utensils and paper goods along with breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack favorites; there is plenty of room Please enjoy the use of the gas grille and patio tables.
MAY 11-26 $149/night
MEMORIAL WEEKEND $169/night
MAY 31- JUNE 23 $159/night
Peak Season JUNE 24 thru SEPT 5 $189/night
SEPT 6 – OCT 6 $159/night
COLUMBUS WEEKEND $169/night
OCT 10 thru Halloween: $149/night
The studio apartment is located in the main schoolhouse building. It has a separate entrance around the corner from the office with a small semiprivate porch. The living area is sun filled and has a queen sleeper sofa and open dining area and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with basic appliances, cookware and dinner ware, no automated dishwasher. The full bath is off the kitchen. Basic cable TV, Wi-Fi, AC, shark vacuum, Swiffer floor mop, hair dryer, bed, bath and kitchen linens are supplied.
MAY 11-26 $169/night
MEMORIAL WEEKEND $199/night
MAY 31-JUNE 23 $189/night
Peak Season JUNE 24-Sept 5 $224/night
SEPT 6 thru OCT 6 $189/night
COLUMBUS WEEKEND $199/night
OCT12 until Halloween: $169 temperature permitting
The “Vintage Cottage” is a 1960’s trailer that was enclosed and with an added living dining space. It has two bedrooms, one on each end with a queen bed, no in room closets…too small/tight. There are no actual doors to the bedrooms, you walk around the partial wall to enter so semiprivate. Connecting the bedrooms’ is a narrow hallway which has the only small closet (approx. 2 foot wide). Off the hallway there is a large full bath and a full but galley style kitchen with basic appliances and kitchen ware (no automated dish washer). The living /dining area is sun filled, full of windows with privacy curtains. Cable TV, AC, WIFI, Shark vacumn, Swiffer floor mop, Hair Dryer and all bed, bath and kitchen linens are supplied.
All in all the vintage cottage is simple, pleasant sufficient lodging for a week at the beach with the ability to cook meals but underneath it all make no mistake, it is an aesthetically maintained 1960’s trailer. Works for most but sometimes folks expectations are greater than the vintage cottage can deliver.
Evenings are often enjoyed on the patio as guests are lured to the fireplace like moths to flame. Friendships are forged and stories are shared occasionally into the wee hours.
Whatever you have planned in Maine, include a stay at “The Cape Porpoise Motel” and see for yourself why guests keep coming back to “Experience the quiet side of Kennebunkport.” It just may become your favorite place to exhale.