A beautifully restored 1814 Federalist-style design, this property features classic décor to enhance the feel of the period while being mindful of up-to-date amenities and plush comforts. On the National Register of Historic Places, the home has served as a B&B for more than a quarter of a century. Designed by Thomas Lord, the inn is a great place to relax among the exquisitely furnished guest rooms that range in size from cozy to spacious and is each unique and spectacular. The comfy bedding will ensure a restful sleep while many of the bathrooms have a whirlpool or soaker tub and a hydro-massage shower, and all have heated tile floors. Breakfast is served each morning in their country kitchen and guests will also discover complimentary snacks and drinks, which includes iced tea in the summer and mulled cider in the winter. A specialty gift shop is on the basement level.
Smoke free premises. 16 units. 3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
From Dock Square, 0.3 mi s on Ocean Ave, then just ne on Greene St. 6 Pleasant St 04046 (PO Box 800).
The Maine Environmental Leader Green Certification Program recognizes lodgings working to reduce their energy use and carbon footprint, minimize waste, and use safer alternatives to toxic cleaning products.
Dining & Entertainment
Available on premises
refrigerators, wireless Internet.
Sports & Recreation
bicycles, lawn sports, massage.
2 night minimum stay - weekends, 15 day cancellation notice-fee imposed.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 19 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 10
Cons: Not a thing to complain about
Pros: The Mansion is wonderful - very comfortable and exceptionally clean, plus close to town. The breakfasts were delicious and the staff went out of their way to make us feel at home.
I will definitely recommend the Lord Mansion to all my friends and family and will stay there again.
Pros: Room decor gardens location food
Cons: Very nice would have preferred to stay at main building.
Pros: The location
Cons: We booked the mansion and were put in a garden room
Pros: Location, the atmosphere, the people and the surrounding grounds.
Pros: The location was perfect...no need to use the car during our stay. The grounds and gardens were beautiful and impeccably kept. It was very enjoyable to just sit, read a book, or have a glass of wine. Our room was charming and luxurious. Breakfast and afternoon snacks were delicious. The staff was accommodating and provided for any guest needs. Bikes were available for use during our stay.
Pros: Very nice b&b...good breakfast, comfy bed and nice room. You couldn't hear anyone else unless they were in the hallway. No kids allowed (I don't think) so it's the perfect place for a romantic getaway.
Cons: Only think I didn't like was that you had to pick a specific time for breakfast (8:15 or 9::45)...I just don't know how early I'm going to want to get up when on vacation so it's hard to choose. And if you don't choose then you loose. Nothing is left out for breakfast. They do leave snacks out at other times during the day though.
Pros: I liked the central location...being greeted upon arrival by staff...Savine's grand tour of the house...beautiful antique furnishings in stunning rooms...country house atmosphere...meeting other guests before a roaring fire...bathroom with heated marble floor and rain head shower with four jet sprays... a coffee nook...a huge kitchen with home baked cookies, cheese, crackers, ice tea, popcorn...a chocolate liqueur in the evening...wonderful multi-course cooked breakfast served family style. The Captain Lord Mansion is a very welcoming place and I would gladly stay there again.
Pros: They have thought of everything to provide visitors with a warm and welcoming stay. Staff was fantastic as was the room, location and breakfast. Highly recommended.