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Introducing The Captain Lord Mansion “First Saturday Winter Wine Tastings”

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. […]

Check Out The Captain Lord Mansion, 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 […]

Have You Taken a Picture With The Captain Lord Mansion Christmas Carolers? Share Your Photos of This Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn and Kennebunkport?

Friends of ours took a picture of themselves and their children with our carolers and used it as their Christmas card.  Have you taken a picture with the carolers?  I know that Cliff and Jeannine have!  Please share any pictures you have on our Facebook page.   If you are coming to the Captain Lord Mansion […]

Think Christmas Shopping in Kennebunkport and Staying at the Captain Lord Mansion!

Find one-of-a-kind gifts in Kennebunkport’s many boutique shops. Then, after a day of shopping, imagine returning to one of the Mansion’s delectable guest rooms; there you’ll find a cozy fire and complimentary chilled bubbly to help you relax!  Put your feet up, sip champagne and relax in front of the fireplace at our luxury Kennebunkport […]

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 […]

More Recent Interesting History Regarding the Captain Lord Mansion, A Kennebunkport Bed and Breakfast

This is a delightful picture of our daughter Dana and her husband Eric sharing their cake on their wedding day here at the Captain Lord Mansion.  Their small wedding ceremony was performed at the Kennebunkport Village Baptist Church, after which their reception was held in the Mansion Carriage House.  The wedding took place on Labor Day weekend, […]

Special Events from the Past at the Captain Lord Mansion, a Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inn

  Painting called "Treasured Memories" by Dennnis Perrin For Charles Clark and his family, summers in Maine were a time of joyous family gatherings and celebrations.  One such event is reported in the Saturday, July 16, 1887 edition of The Wave, another local newspaper of the period.  It tells us that “Mr. Charles P. Clark, […]

Charles P. Clark’s Final Renovations to the Captain Lord Mansion, a Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inn

   Old Staircase at the entrance to the Bed & Breakfast Office We believe it is fortunate that Charles decided to restrict his major alterations to the rear portion of the "mansion" and pretty much leave the front section alone, because much of the original 1812 architectural details still exist in that section of the building.  For example, there is […]

Did You Know That the Last Major Structural Renovation of Captain Lord Mansion, a Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inn was completed by Charles P. Clark, Nathaniel’s Grandson-in-Law?

 The Captain Lord Mansion before Charles Clark's 1898 Renovations It appears that Daniel moved from Kennebunkport to Malden, Massachusetts sometime between 1840 and 1850.  Then, his sister Susan (Lord) and her husband Peter Clark became owners of record and resided in the home for some period of time in the mid 1800′s. As far as can be […]

Did You Know That the Captain Lord Mansion, a Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast Inn was Remodelled in the Early 1800′s by Daniel W. Lord, Nathaniel’s Oldest Son?

The Captain Lord Mansion circa mid to late 1800′s After Nathaniel’s death in 1815, The Mansion continued to be his wife Phebe Lord’s home throughout her life.  Widowed at an early age, she never remarried.  Did the burden of raising their nine children keep her focused away from romantic inclinations?  One might think so!  Her oldest […]