Captain Lord Mansion Gardens in Full Bloom!

The Captain Lord Mansion gardens are in full bloom and we think they are more beautiful than ever.  Bev and a young assistant have been working daily watering, weeding and dead-heading each of the many garden areas situated around the inn.  From the welcoming guest walkway at the guest entrance to the “Memory Garden,” to
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What are Kennebunkport’s Top 5 “Farm to Table” Boutique Restaurants?

Kennebunkport’s Top 5 “Farm to Table” Boutique Restaurants are Bandaloop, 50 Local, Earth, The Village Tavern and Joshua’s.  The Captain Lord Mansion is pleased to make these recommendations and share our favorite menus items. Bev and I love dining at each of these small establishments not only because of the fresh ingredients used in their offerings and
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The Top 10 Kennebunkport Tourist Attractions

Bev and I have been fortunate to have lived in Kennebunkport for 36 years. Allow us to share our picks for the “Top 10 Kennebunkport tourist attractions.  While visiting the Captain Lord Mansion, an intimate Maine Coast Bed & Breakfast, please allow us to direct you to these picturesque locations or historic places.  None is
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Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude 2013

Here is a picture of Santa arriving in Kennebunkport by lobster boat to greet children of all ages at the Christmas Prelude Festival. What Is the 2013 Schedule of Events for Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude, you ask? You might even ask, “What is Christmas Prelude?” It is a pre-Christmas  town-wide celebration of craft fairs, food events,
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History of Captain Lord Mansion, Part Four

1900 – 1972 In this edition of the Captain Lord Mansion History, I will cover the years after Charles Clark’s ownership of the Mansion.  Charles P. Clark died in Nice, France in 1901.  After his death, the house always passed on to daughters in the family.  In fact, Charles P. Clark’s daughter Susan and her
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