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The Captain Lord Mansion does not have different restaurants because it is a bed and breakfast by traditional definition. Each morning, breakfast is served in the Gathering Room or at tables in the kitchen at 8:15 a.m. and 9:45 a.m. The three-course year-round breakfast service changes daily but typically includes farm-fresh eggs, fruit, organic yogurt, muffins, and a main course that varies but can include Belgian waffles, soufflés, Maine blueberry pancakes and French toast.
Throughout the day, however, you’ll find a variety of offerings to keep your appetite at bay. In the Country Kitchen, you will find a variety of cheeses, crackers, fresh fruits and sweets to choose from. Just outside the kitchen is a beverage station where you’ll find Nespresso machines, and hot water for tea and hot chocolate. In the summer months, there’s fresh iced tea, iced coffee and lemonade. And when it’s cooler outside, the kitchen serves a “Swedish Glogg,” which is a non-alcoholic mulled cider and cranberry juice, from a Crock-Pot in the kitchen. You’re invited to make yourself at home and help yourself to any of these complimentary offerings at any time of the day.
Occasionally during the year, The Captain Lord Mansion hosts wine tastings featuring special “wines of the month” that are served at the inn or can be purchased for picnics or casual drinking in your guest room.