Captain Lord Mansion

Address: 6 Pleasant Street, Kennebunkport, Maine, 04046-0800, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 6 Pleasant Street, Kennebunkport, is near Walker's Point, St. Anthony's Franciscan Monastery, Cottage Breeze Day Spa & Boutique, and The Pineapple Ketch.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Captain Lord Mansion Kennebunkport

          Perfect, Pefect, Perfect!

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          We had a wonderful stay here on our honeymoon. We stayed in the Mary Lord (jungle) room, and it was gorgeous. There were many little suprises and extras. The staff was helpful; breakfast was awesome! Will be going back for sure.

          Best Kept Secret!

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          We celebrated our third anniversary at the Captain Lord, and it was simply amazing! This place was classy, yet causal. The breakfast was amazing, and filling! We stayed in the mousam room, it was gorgeous, the shower and fireplace were great added luxury. We will return, the town was a picture perfect place!

          A Break from Reality

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          What a stay!!!, The owner Rick, let my husband borrow his coat since we forgot our own. And we are not wealthy folks, just everyday blue collar. All the staff treats you like family and are more than willing to offer advise. Even when I wanted to know what the name of a paint color was, they were more than willing to assist me. The breakfast was excellent and the little touched made you feel welcome. Would recommend to couples celebrating there 1st or 50th anniversary.

          Fancy, classy stay in Maine!

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          Wow, great experience! You get what you pay for! All the little touches...Plus great antiques, art and collectibles. High end bedding and sheets, so you actually get a good sleep. Wonderful breakfast from the "new" chef! This was agreat place to stay.

          Gorgeous BnB in a breathtaking town!

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          Captain Lord Mansion is absolutely the most beautiful place I've ever had the priviledge to stay in. The rooms are all different and unique (we stayed in the Regulator and will stay in the Americana next month).

          The staff is extremely friendly, and treated my husband and I like royalty from the minute we walked in the door until the minute we checked out. The 3-course breakfast was divine!!!! I plan on requesting the pumpkin pancakes when I return next month! Rick was also very nice, and I was touched when he gave me a hug as I was leaving to thank me for my military service (I'm active duty Air Force). If you get the chance to go to Kennebunkport, I highly encourage you to stay at Captain Lord Mansion. You won't be disappointed.

          Perfect!

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          We stayed at Captain Lord's in September (and got engaged there!!!) The trip was nothing short of perfect - Both of the 2 rooms we stayed in (the oriental and the americana) were gorgeous - The staff was so nice and helpful. My fiance harassed them for weeks before from new york to prepare - and they pulled through from dinner reservations to a horse and buggy to beautiful flowers - homemade chocolate covered strawberries and special champagne - What a magical place - we cant wait to return!

          Captains Lords Masion

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          We had a lovely stay (Sept/03) at Captain Lords. The rooms are what one is looking for in a romantic Inn. The staff was very helpful. The location is perfect for walking to town on a quiet beautiful new england street. Breakfast is great and they are willing to share recipies.

          Heaven on Earth

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          Stayed there for our honeymoon. The memories will last a lifetime and are worth every penny. Everything about the room and entire establishment is first rate.

          Unpleasant Stay at Captain Lord

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          My stay was o.k. The room was nice and clean. The Innkeeper Rick needs to be more friendly with guests. He seems to favor those who have wealth and jobs such as lawyers, doctors. He ignores the average citizen who has an averge income and an average job. I know, I was one of the guests who experienced this. It did not help that I was a single traveler. He ignores the single travler and concentrates on the couples. He's pompous and displays an ego that does not belong in the tourist business. Also, there should be a better way to serve breakfast. A breakfast buffet is the idea setting for such a large inn. Thank you.

          Fabulous!!!!!!!!!

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          Excellence in every respect. Professional hospitality you would ordinarily only find at a Ritz Carlton or the like but instead it's the most beautiful B & B. Every inch is immaculate, perfectly decorated in GENUINE antiques and feels like a real home not a hotel in a house. Nothing could be done to improve in the comfort or attractive quality of this place.

          Love the food at breakfast; just wish they would be more flexible with schedule. 2 different precisely timed seatings and that's it. The prices are sky high and well worth it except for the fact that IF you sleep in, ( and isn't that the idea of a B & B?) - then you will miss out on breakfast as the latest serving is a 9:30.

          So, if you are a morning person this is great. Frankly I doubt I'll go again just because of the breakfast issue. After all, if I'm going to drive several hours and spend hundreds of dollars per night I don't think it's asking too much to have more flexible breakfast service!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Captain Lord Mansion Kennebunkport

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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