Congratulations to Newlyweds Lilliana and Naldo who spent the beginning of their Honeymoon at The Captain’s Manor Inn. Lilliana got ready the morning of the wedding at the Inn before heading off to Sphor Garden in Falmouth for the wedding ceremony. Lilliana and Naldo’s Boston photographer, Kim Calakoutis of K-C-Studios, was kind enough to share a link where you can view some beautiful photos of Lilliana as she prepared for the big day as well as photos of Lilliana and Naldo being wed at Spohr Garden in Falmouth.
Congratulations to a beautiful couple. Chris was masterful in arranging his special romantic proposal. He had selected a gorgeous antique engagement ring from Isaacs Gallery in Louisville, KY and had it sent in advance to The Captain’s Manor Inn. There was a bit of nerves to be had due to weather predictions that could have caused a delay in Chris and Kathleen’s arrival but all went smoothly. Chris popped the question on the front walk of the Inn and we are honored to be the place where they will have begun their new life together. We can not wait to see pictures of the wedding!
Gerri and Fred were first time guests of The Captain’s Manor Inn as they celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary yet they have been guests for years at the property when it was known as Mostly Hall. What fun to listen to their experiences and to share with them our future plans for the Inn and hear their ideas. Their celebration coincided with Kevin and my 28th wedding anniversary so we decided to host a wine and cheese celebration for all our guests. What a fun time.
Congratulations to Gerri and Fred !
We just had the pleasure of having Brian and Beth spend their 25th wedding anniversary with us. Brian and Beth shared fond memories of their stay at what was then Mostly Hall. They were able to reserve the very same room they had back then (Canopy). This visit they had the chance to rent bikes and enjoy the Shining Sea bike path and the excellent weather we have been experiencing here on Cape Cod.
Beth had even saved the business card from Mostly Hall back 25 years ago and I was able to scan it so I could post it on the blog. What fun!
Congratulations Brian and Beth !