Monthly Archives: July 2009

Captain Lord Mansion has a face on Facebook!

Everyone is doing it, doing it, doing it; putting their face on Facebook.  Well, we have too!  Once you are signed into your Facebook account, this link takes you to The Captain Lord Mansion Facebook page. We would love to have you sign on as friends.  I have linked our blogs into the page, so folks can keep […]

The Captain Lord Mansion receives the 2009 Fodor’s Choice Award

We are thrilled with the recent announcement that the Captain Lord Mansion  has been named a Fodor's Choice 2009 establishment by the leading publisher of guidebooks for American Travelers. For over 70 years, Fodor's has been publishing a range of premium travel guides for travelers to both domestic and international destinations.  Each year their expert […]

What Is The Select Registry and Where Do You Find It In Kennebunkport?

The Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America is the premier guide to exceptional travel and lodging and has been a useful tool for travelers for 21 years.  Before it's incarnation as "The Select Registry", it was a wonderful travel guidebook called "Country Inns & Back Roads" written by Norman Simpson.  Norman began traveling New England in […]

Frommer’s Writes About The Captain Lord Mansion!

Frommer's Online guide to Kennebunkport says "The Captain Lord Mansion is one of the best B&Bs in Kennebunkport.  You'll transcend the 'wanna B&Bs' at this genuine place, with grandfather clocks, Chippendale highboys, and other wonderful antiques.  This uncommonly handsome Mansion is right in the Village of Kennebunkport, perfectly situated for relaxing strolls."  Arthur Frommer is now blogging.  This is the link to […]

How Do You Pronounce Ogunquit?

The lovely village of Ogunquit (o-gun-quit) is a short drive south of Kennebunkport along coastal Route 1.  It offers a terrific place to make a day-trip excursion from the Captain Lord Mansion.  There is a beautiful cliff walk called "Marginal Way" that begins in picturesque Perkins Cove.  The path is paved and meanders up and down […]

Nott in Kennebunkport!

Visit the 1853 Nott House - new evening hours!   "Beginning Thursday, July 2, the Richard A. Nott House will be opened for the 2009 season.  This Victorian-era historic house museum is a microcosm of life as it occurred in Kennebunkport over the last two centuries.  Women's fashions from the past will be on display in […]