Captain Lord Mansion Innkeeper’s 35th Anniversary Celebration, Come Join Us!

Anniversary celebrations should be about food, friends, fun and fellowship. That is exactly what we have planned for the Captain Lord Mansion Innkeeper’s 35th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, June 15, 2013!  Come join us for good food, lots of fun and fellowship with great friends.  Saturday evening, from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm, Bev and
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Captain Lord Mansion Innkeepers Celebrate 35 Years!

Bev Davis and husband Rick Litchfield are celebrating their 35th Anniversary as keepers of the inn!  35 years ago, as a young couple fresh from the corporate world of advertising, they closed on their purchase of the Captain Lord Mansion on June 15th, 1978.  Bev was a Regional Advertising Manager for McDonald’s Corporation, employed in
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Last Minute 2012 Thanksgiving Package at the Captain Lord Mansion

Announcing our 2012 Last Minute Thanksgiving Package. Imagine escaping to Kennebunkport for a relaxing, old-fashioned New England Thanksgiving with a special “3 nights for the price of 2″ package.  Escape the holiday traffic rush; arrive on Tuesday! Our Thanksgiving Three-nights for the Price of Two Package, (Tuesday, 11/20/12 thru Thursday, 11/22/12) includes: 3 comfortable nights
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Captain Lord Mansion Breakfast Recipe : French Breakfast Puffs

This Captain Lord Mansion breakfast recipe is rated by guests as their favorite breakfast item. These French Breakfast Puffs are truly decadent and they are not for those on a diet! Oven Temp, Preheat to 350 Baking Time: 15 minutes Lightly greased muffin tin (12) Combine these ingredients in a bowl into a a pastry
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Captain Lord Mansion History, Part 3

Captain Lord Mansion’s rich history continues as I record the changes made during the ownership of Charles P. Clark, wealthy railroad magnate and third generation owner of the estate. In 1898 Charles funded extensive renovations to the “Mansion”.  The Friday, April 15, 1898 edition of the Eastern Star, a local newspaper of the period, reported
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