Romantic Getaway in Maine – February Special
Celebrate A Romantic February Escape in Kennebunkport. Many people choose a romantic bed & breakfast to celebrate the romance surrounding Valentine’s day. Well, the whole month of February is for lovers at our Kennebunkport inn. The Captain Lord Mansion is offering a Romantic February Escape package that extends for the entire month. So, you ask, “What are the details of our Romantic February Escape package?”
First, the Captain Lord Mansion offers you the opportunity to extend any 2 night stay to a 3rd night for free. Our “3rd Night Free” Package is valid the entire month of February, excluding Valentine’s weekend, which is also the President’s Day holiday. Thus, during the month of February we offer you a good value for any other weekend stay, plus all mid-week periods.
Then, our Captain Lord Mansion February Package includes several treats which are included in the rates. Upon arrival, each couple will find a chilled split of Prosecco in their room together with a small bag of delicious chocolate-covered popcorn. Our luxurious guest rooms offer jetted tubs, jetted showers as well as heated bath floors. Thickly-padded king and queen beds covered in lush linens make for a perfect place for snuggling with your lover. A highlight of a stay at our Kennebunkport Bed & breakfast is a couple’s massage at our intimate day spa. Couple’s 60 minute traditional Swedish treatments start at $239 per couple. What a delightful way to enjoy a Kennebunkport Romantic February Escape!
In addition to the romantic aspects of a visit to the Captain Lord Mansion, Kennebunkport offers several winter vacation activities. Regarding dining, there are several fine restaurants open throughout the winter. Also, there is cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing and sleigh rides nearby our romantic Kennebunkport bed and breakfast. Also, the shops and restaurants are each offering special deals and packages to enhance your February romantic getaway. Call today to reserve your Romantic February Escape. Your innkeepers, Bev Davis and Rick Ltichfield