Tag Archives: Captain’s Garden House

Gardening with Dahlias :: Tips for Growing Flowers in Maine

Bev Davis’ Gardening Tips for Dahlias –  Why are Dahlias a great flower to add to your garden? Dahlias come in a variety of colors. If you follow a color theme in your garden, you can find a bulb to compliment your theme. Even if you just like one-color variety, there is a large range from which […]

Back to the Kennebunks with Captain Lord – Episode 1

On an ordinary day in summer 2015, innkeepers Rick & Bev stop at Kennebunk’s Ace Hardware to pick up garden supplies. What happens next is anything but ordinary… View a piece of Kennebunkport history as Captain Nathaniel Lord returns! Follow our YouTube channel for future updates. Come experience our historic and luxurious Kennebunkport bed and […]

Captain Lord Mansion & Select Registry Celebrate 40 Years Together!

Captain Lord Mansion has been a member of Select Registry since 1975 when the organization was comprised basically of the group of inns listed in Norman Simpson’s Country Ins and Back Roads, a travel guide for bed & breakfast and full service inns.  Norman began publishing his small guidebook about 1966.  It began as a very […]

100 Reasons to Visit Kennebunkport

  100 Reasons to Visit Kennebunkport To Celebrate the 100th visit to the Captain Lord Mansion by one couple in October 2014, we have compiled 100 reasons to visit our romantic Maine Coast Inn. Enjoy the many reasons you have for loving Kennebunkport and the Mansion! 1. One couple, The Nelsons, have visited Captain Lord […]

Captain Lord Mansion Announces Its 2015 Bed & Breakfast Wine Tastings Schedule

We are pleased to announce the Captain Lord Mansion 2015 Winter Wine Tasting Schedule. And Added Incentives! Beginning Saturday, January 3, 2015 our romantic Kennebunkport Bed & Breakfast will again host complimentary travels around the globe tasting superb vintages from selected vintners.  We are continuing with several added incentives to attend; each couple who attends one of our Winter Wine […]

Kennebunkport’s “Five Shades of Red” February Promotion

Come celebrate Kennebunkport, New England’s Most Romantic Town where “Romance” is in the air during the entire month of February! Come experience Captain Lord Mansion’s “February is For Lovers”, “Five Shades of Red” Package! Captain Lord Mansion’s “Five Shades of Red” Package includes: Special Reduced Mid-week “Serenity Season” Rates Winter Weekender 10% Off Packages (Not valid over Valentine’s Weekend 2/13 – 2/16) Romantic “3rd […]

Captain Lord Mansion Conducts 6th Annual “Dime for Time” Breast Cancer Fundraiser

  Celebrate with us as The Captain Lord Mansion conducts its 6th Annual “Dime for Time” Breast Cancer Fundraiser in 2015! Owners of this romantic Kennebunkport inn, Bev Davis and Rick Litchfield invite you to participate in their Lois Ann Fincher Memorial  “Dime for Time” Fundraising Campaign.  This original campaign was begun in 2010 to honor Bev’s sister, Lois Ann Fincher who passed […]

Bed and Breakfast Stays for Vets!

2014 Bed and Breakfast Stays for Vets Each year, the Captain Lord Mansion celebrates the sacrifices offered by our courageous vets by offering free rooms on or around Veteran’s Day. We are excited to honor men and women, either active or retired, to our Annual “B&B’s for Vets” celebration.  This is our Bed and Breakfast Stays for Vets package! […]

3 Kennebunkport Golf Courses near the Captain Lord Mansion!

The Cape Arundel Golf Club is a links-type course, many of whose fairways roll alongside the Kennebunk River which makes for a cool and scenic round of golf.  Also, this is the course favored by President Bush 41 when he was still able to golf.  I am not a golfer; however, I have worked as a volunteer […]

Do You Know it is Maine Blueberry Season?

It is Maine Blueberry Season!  I did not know that Maine produces over 90 percent of the wild blueberry crop harvested each year in the United States. When one thinks of Maine, we usually think of lobster; interestingly, the blueberry harvest in Maine amounts to approximately 30 million pounds annually, while last year’s lobster catch […]