Category Archives: Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inns

What Color Rose Should You Purchase For Your Celebration at The Captain Lord Mansion?

Will you be planning on purchasing flowers for your celebration at the Captain Lord Mansion, a romantic bed and breakfast inn, located in Kennebunkport, ME?  Bev and I have come across some notes about how roses represent many thoughts and occasions. Here is a list of rose colors and their respective meaning; we are providing […]

Top 5 Romantic Kennebunkport Maine Restaurants as Recommended by The Captain Lord Mansion

Bev and I travel frequently and have rarely been to a destination area like Kennebunkport, Maine where there are so many excellent restaurants. I am starting a series on Kennebunkport’s restaurants because I believe it is important for our guests to know what a wonderful selection the area offers.  I am starting with Kennebunkport’s 5 […]

Romantic Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast :: TripAdvisor Reviews

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 […]

First Saturday Winter Wine Tastings :: Kennebunkport Inn

Bev and I are pleased to announce our annual “First Saturday Winter Wine Tastings”.  Beginning on Saturday, February 4 we will be having a wine tasting the first Saturday of each month through May.   I met with one of our suppliers today and selected a group of excellent Spanish Wines that we’ll taste in February. […]

A Romantic Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast on Facebook!

Have you had a chance to follow us on Facebook? I try to do daily postings about interesting news from the region that is more time sensitive that a posting in our Blog.  I try to do a weekly Blog about more long lasting events and businesses in the area.  Also, I post last minute […]

Think Thanksgiving at The Captain Lord Mansion in Kennebunkport!

Imagine escaping to our romantic hotel in Kennebunkport ME for a relaxing, old-fashioned New England Thanksgiving! The Captain Lord Mansion, a historic Maine Coast Inn, offers you fine food, good fellowship & deluxe accommodations at a special reduced rate! (Wednesday, 11/23/11 thru Saturday, 11/26/11) The Thanksgiving “Four-nights for the Price of Three” Package includes: 4 […]

The Historic Inns of Kennebunkport Donate $1350 to Local Food Pantry!

  Innkeeper Rick Litchfield of the Captain Lord Mansion, and Hillary Hamilton and Nate Korniotes, innkeepers from the Captain Fairfield Inn presenting $1350 to Beth Jones, from the Church Community Outreach Services, Inc.,the local food pantry provider.  The Historic Inns of Kennebunkport, which also includes the 1802 House B&B, the English Meadows Inn and the […]

Leonard’s Antique Beds :: Bed & Breakfast Inn in Kennebunkport

Why, the Captain Lord Mansion of course!  Bev and I made our first visit to Leonard’s Antiques in March of 1979.  CLM guests from Seekonk, MA introduced us to Leonard’s; we had never heard of the place!  What a fortuitous visit; our first purchase was the beautiful highboy that presently sits in the Mansion’s main hallway […]

Children Garden Sculpture :: Historic Kennebunkport Inn

Thank all of you who submitted suggestions of names for the children depicted in our new garden sculpture.  We had 99 entries with many folks offering unusual and different names, as well as interesting reasons for each suggestion.  Names people suggested included names of their children, their grandchildren, names of Captain Lord’s family members and other thoughtful ideas such as […]

Three Reasons to Take A Southern Maine Coast Lighthouse Tour!

The Captain Lord Mansion of Kennebunkport, which is located on the southern coast of Maine has several itineraries to assist you with a self-guided tour of lighthouses located from Nubble Light  in York to Portland Head Light in Portland.  The first reason is that these historical buildings are situated along the coast only a short […]