Decor details at our luxury Maine Coast Inn

Our award winning Kennebunkport Inn offers peace, intimacy and authentic historic elegance in a beautiful location situated at the head of a sloping village green, overlooking the Kennebunk River. Guaranteeing consistency in your luxury Bed and Breakfast experience, the Inn has been family owned and operated for 30 plus years. Our romantic inn is located in a quiet residential neighborhood away from traffic and street noise.

Yet, the Mansion is conveniently located only several short walking blocks from the Port’s Dock Square where shops and restaurants are located. Viewed across the long manicured lawn known as the River Green, the historic Captain Lord Mansion sits peacefully, shaded by large maple trees. In summer, extensive perennial gardens bordering brick walkways lead you to the entrance where the door seems to swing open and welcome you home for the night. Once inside the lobby, the warmth of oriental rugs, fine art, period furniture and other beautiful décor will impress you.

Each guest room has specially-selected appointments that have been carefully chosen to make every one an adventure for all of your senses to explore and savor. Meticulous attention is given to quality and cleanliness. Nurtured by your hosts, Rick Litchfield and Bev Davis, and their staff, The Captain Lord Mansion’s warmth and happiness emerges from every room, where charm and beauty is a way of life, and time has no meaning.

Frequent Visitor’s Memory Garden

Memory Garden at our Kennebunkport, ME bed and breakfast Loving couple in our Memory Garden in Kennebunkport, Maine

The Captain Lord Mansion “Memory Garden” is a tribute to our frequent visitor guests who help make the Mansion a truly unique getaway. On a guest’s 10th visit to our southern Maine Coast Inn, they receive a personalized engraved stone in the walkway located on the Mansion’s beautifully manicured grounds.

The centerpiece to this unique memorial garden is the “Fountain of Love”. The serene and sunny flower garden graces the spacious side lawn of the Mansion, and is comprised of 500-million-year old Appalachian bluestones that pave the two angular paths and one circular path, surrounding a round fountain with a weathered copper statue of a couple cuddling in the “rain” under an umbrella.

The innkeepers designed this landmark to honor their most dedicated guests. On their 10th visit to the Mansion, our romantic Maine Bed and Breakfast, guests immediately wander these paths to discover their personal stone engraved with their names. There are two granite benches on which guests may sit to soak in the peaceful essence of the garden and the beauty of the bordering flowers. In addition, beautiful garden sculptures and a peacefully flowing waterfall enhance the summer garden parties featuring complimentary wine tastings.