How to Get the Best Deal at The Nonantum Resort
At The Nonantum Resort, we know you want the best deal you can possibly get on your Kennebunkport vacation. With so many different room options with different bed sizes, views and levels, we always recommend contacting us directly.
Benefits of Booking Direct
In the 1-minute video, our Director of Marketing and Front Desk Manager explain why you should call our helpful staff instead of booking through a third party website.
Simply put, calling The Nonantum Resort directly enables us to guarantee the best available rate while providing you with personalized service and attention to detail. As an additional incentive, you’ll also enjoy the best breakfast in Kennebunkport at our daily buffet (served from 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM) for FREE.
Be sure to visit our main resort page for directions and photos of some of our activities and award-winning dining options available right here at the resort.
Getting a great deal on your Kennebunkport vacation is as easy as calling 800-552-5651.
Your advance deposit is refundable until 7 days prior to arrival. Should you need to cancel within the 7 days prior to arrival, your advance deposit is non-refundable. If reservations are made within 7 days of arrival, the entire stay will be charged and is non-refundable. Upon arrival you are obligated for your entire booked stay – there will be no refunds on early departures.
Christmas Prelude: You have up until 14 days prior to your arrival to cancel and receive full refund of your deposit with a $25 handling fee. If you cancel within 14 days of arrival you will forfeit the deposit. On a multiple night stay we take a 50% deposit at the time of booking and on a single night stay we charge the full amount at the time of booking.
Service Animals: Under Maine’s Human Rights Act and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), people with disabilities have the right to be accompanied by their service animals in restaurants, hotels, stores, theaters, and other public accommodations. However, under the ADA and Maine law, owners of public accommodations are not required to allow emotional support animals or pets, only service animals. Public accommodations in Maine must comply with both state and federal law.