The Revolutionary War was barely over when David Kenniston built Kenniston Hill Inn, a gracious New England white-clapboard home on a hill near Boothbay Harbor in Maine. A hospitable fellow, Mr. Kenniston decided to open one of Boothbay's first inns and taverns.
Today, hosts Gerry and Jim Botti invite you to step back in time to those days when the country was young and hospitality was still an art.
Soft quilts, crisp sheets, fresh flowers, and antique furnishings in the bed and breakfast's guest chambers entice you to drift peacefully off to sleep. Five of the Inn's ten bedrooms have fireplaces, which your hosts will be happy to show you how to use. All lodging accommodations have private baths, of course!