Category Archives: Current Affairs

Where Can You Stop & Smell The Roses Near The Captain Lord Mansion in March?

From the March edition of Down East Magazine, “For four days in early March pretend spring has sprung in Maine at the Portland Flower Show. This year’s theme is ‘Celebration!’ so keep that in mind as you peruse sixteen garden exhibits, listen to lectures from several of Down East Book’s gardening authors, purchase goods from […]

Did You Know There is High Tech Manufacturing Near The Captain Lord Mansion?

We had our local Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting recently at Arundel Machine Tool Co. which is locate just north of Kennebunk on Route 1 in Arundel, ME. We received a behind-the-scenes tour of the manufacturing plant. This is a state-of-the-art manufacturer who is providing 66 good paying jobs to area residents. They […]

Do You Know When The Kennebunkport Festival Is?

Here is the answer; plus, additional information! The 2011 Kennebunkport Festival, with guidance from its founders, was proudly produced and presented by Maine Magazine. Working with the Festival board for 2012, they remain committed to promoting good living in Kennebunkport: food, wine and works of art, and the experience of enjoying them, seaside, in the Kennebunks. Their hope is […]

Have You Seen The Captain Lord Mansion, A Romantic Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Reviews On TripAdvisor?

Bev and I are very proud of the fact that The Captain Lord Mansion is the number one bed & breakfast inn listed on TripAdvisor.  We try very hard to listen to feedback from our guests; we attempt to immediately rectify areas of concern that guests bring to our attention.  For example, due to guest […]

The Captain Lord Mansion Honors Vets This Veteran’s Day

On Thursday, November 10th, we are proud to honor four veterans and their spouses as our guests at the Captain’s Garden House. Our staff has volunteered to not only do breakfast, but also to prepare and to serve the four couples a marvelous lobster dinner, including apple pie for dessert.  This is our part of […]

Now is The Time to Nominate Someone for the Captain Lord Mansion “Cancer Survivor” Weekend!

Inn owners, Bev Davis and Rick Litchfield invite you to participate in their second annual Lois Ann Fincher Memorial  “Double Dime for Time” Campaign to benefit the American Cancer Society as well as to raise the awareness of the need for more research and new treatments of breast cancer. For each guest stay from January […]

Hurricane Irene Does Little Damage In Maine and The Captain Lord Mansion Escapes Unscathed!

Thankfully, by the time Hurricane Irene reached the cold waters of Maine, it had dissipated to a tropical storm, not much worse than the usual Nor’easter we get mostly in the winter.  Damage was limited to scattered power outages, some downed trees with lots of leaves littering the ground.  However, we look forward to a sunny week and […]

The Captain Lord Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn Asks: “What is the Kennebunkport Festival? And When Is It Scheduled?”

The Kennebunkport Festival began six years ago as a modest event called "Arts in the Inns".  It was held the first weekend in June and featured local artists personally showing their work in the various area bed and breakfast inns.  The last several years the event grew into the Kennebunkport Fine Living Festival with an additional […]

When Will The Foliage Peak in Kennebunkport?

            This is a photo of the Kennebunk River at peak foliage time which is now through the middle of October.  Also, we've included a photo of The Captain Lord Mansion Carriage House surrounded by color and the River Green framed with color!  We thought that if you are unable […]

Are You Interested in Coming to Kennebunkport by Boat?

Focus on: Kennebunkport Harbor By Ken Textoron July 26th, 2010 – updated on September 9th, 2010   Ken Textor has written an excellent article in Boatinglocal.com about Kennebunkport's harbor and its many attractions.  We became aware of it through the local Chamber of Commerce and felt we should share it with our readers.  Even though our […]