View of snow covered park, a tree with red berries in foreground and yellow building in the background

Stacia Litchfield

Bev and Rick’s youngest daughter Stacia recently moved from Atlanta back to Maine and is helping out at the inn. They are delighted to have an extra pair of hands.  She has been cooking some mornings, serving breakfast five mornings a week as well as doing laundry. She is looking forward to helping at the
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couples around a harvest table eating food and holding wine glasses

Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving & Christmas Dinners

There is an old-fashioned feel to Kennebunkport that we don’t get to enjoy anymore. The beautiful stores, incredible foods and the traditions of the town make venturing here for Thanksgiving or Christmas one you will remember forever. Guests at the Captain Lord Mansion offers a wonderful getaway filled with crackling fires, beautiful holiday decorations and
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Happy mature couple cycling through the park.

Top 10 Secret Places :: Explore Kennebunkport

There is no shortage of Kennebunkport area activities to discover. Peruse our top 10 list of must see and do activities and make note of the ones that interest you. On your next trip north you will have all the items you need for the best, most unique Kennebunkport vacation of all time! Check it out,
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Back to the Kennebunks with Captain Lord Mansion

View some of the top things to do in the Kennebunks! Enjoy many wonderful activities around the Kennebunks! Free bikes at our Kennebunkport bed and breakfast Kayaking Sailing Beach going Golf Relaxing And more! Embark on an adventure. View our many different specials and packages and book your getaway today. Sailing Adventures View our sailing
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Does Your “Bucket List” include Kennebunkport?

Does Your “Bucket List” include Kennebunkport? If it doesn’t, perhaps it should! Kennebunkport has long been a destination resort.  In the late 1800’s there were 37 grand hotels facing the sandy beaches which stretch from Kennebunk to Kennebunkport.  A few years ago the Brick Store Museum did an exhibit titled “A Summer Watering Hole”.  It recounted
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