Category Archives: Interesting news from the region

Where Can You Enjoy Maple Sunday Near The Captain Lord Mansion?

From the “Get Real Maine” website “Join Maine’s maple producers to celebrate Maine Maple Sunday on March 25, 2012.  It’s the day when sugar makers around the state open the doors of their sugarhouses for the public to to join them in their rites of spring-making maple syrup.  Most sugarhouses offer free tasting and live […]

Where Can You Find The Maine Boatbuilder’s Show Near The Captain Lord Mansion?

The Captain Lord Mansion announces The Maine Boatbuilder’s Show, “a gathering of the finest fiberglass and wooden custom boat builders on the East Coast.  Also exhibiting are numerous manufacturers of boating equipment, sailboats, powerboats, canoes, kayaks, and rowing boats. The actual builders will be there to discuss and sell their work.”  Wooden Boat Magazine has […]

The Captain Lord Mansion Announces Maine Restaurant Week!

From the Maine Restaurant Week website, “Maine Restaurant Week™ is more than a celebration of Maine’s incredible food scene, it gives restaurants a much-needed boost during a time when business often slows. Its economic impact is felt by the many businesses that provide goods and services to Maine’s vital restaurant industry; customers love it because […]

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 […]

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 […]

Have You Seen Portland Maine’s Victoria Mansion Decorated for Christmas?

Christmas at Victoria Mansion November 25 through January 8, 2012. Daily 11-5. Closed Christmas Day and New Years Day. Victoria Mansion is lavishly decorated for the holidays by professional designers, decorators, and florists, making this a festive time of year to plan a tour. Visitors go through the house at their own pace, on self-guided […]

Captain Lord Mansion Welcomes a New Restaurant to Kennebunkport!

Bev and I have had the pleasure of dining several times at Tia’s, a new restaurant within walking distance of the Captain Lord Mansion.  We celebrated one of our employee’s birthdays with excellent conversation, great food and adult beverages.  Our waitstaff was most attentive and helpful.  It is a pleasure to have another choice in […]

Christmas Prelude is Coming to Kennebunkport for the 30th Consecutive Year!

A History of Christmas Prelude It was the early spring of 1982 when Henry Pasco called a meeting of business people for the purpose of discussing ways for the business community to give thanks to the residents of Kennebunkport and Kennebunk for supporting them. Henry suggested a Christmas Festival of some sort to create a […]

Remembering What is Lost in Kennebunkport Near the Captain Lord Mansion

There is so much construction activity in Kennebunk’s Lower Village, Kennebunkport and Goose Rocks Beach with many new businesses being built or having been opened this year, I was waxing nostalgic today about some great businesses which are no longer here.  Do you remember the Old Grist Mill Restaurant which was opened in the 1940′s […]