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The rooms at The Captain Lord Mansion are unique. Whether you have a love of maritime, or you just want to relax among pristine linens and hand-sewn drapery, the guest rooms at The Captain Lord Mansion won’t disappoint. Look closely at each door before entering to discover the unique piece of history that accompanies your room. Each room is named in honor of a boat or ship associated with the Lord family, complete with that vessel’s detailed history. The Mousam mini-suite, for example, is named for the Bark Mousam, William Lord Jr.’s, vessel, which dates back to the mid-1800s.
Inside each guest room at The Captain Lord Mansion you’ll find a gas fireplace; double, queen or king-sized beds; luxury linens, and hand-sewn window drapes from innkeeper Bev Davis. All guest rooms have private bathrooms (some with a separate soaking tub and shower, and all with heated floors), cable television and complimentary Internet.
No guest room is designed alike. The Captain Lord Mansion was once a home and has retained its original composition, which means every room has a different layout and décor. The rooms range from classic, premium and deluxe, and each is decorated uniquely with antiques, hand-sewn bed throws, a separate seating area, and an in-room mini fridge stocked with bottled water and sodas. When you book your stay, feel free to choose the room you want, or leave it up to chance. If uniqueness is what you seek, the guest rooms at The Captain Lord Mansion will suit your needs.