Pros: Wonderful location and very kind and thoughtful innkeeper
Cons: Mattress was pretty stiff
Situated on the bay, Hawthorn Inn is a great choice for a stay in Camden. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and cross-country skiing, and free perks include continental breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
Pros: Heard everyone talk about the pool (it was too cold when I was there). But everything else, oh my God!
- Amazing views. I drove past this area two or three times and was determined to stay somewhere there. In my head, I had built up this image of beautiful water views through the towering trees down a rolling hill. And that's what I saw from my room. From the back porch, it was stunning!! The leaves were turning color.
- THe breakfast!! Trust me, it's worth it to get the breakfast. You get eggs (any kind you like), bacon or sausage, and hash browns. There's a lovely spread of all you can eat bread with a toaster and multiple jams. There's some sort of morning pasty each day (lemon poppyseed cake I had one day was the best I've ever had in my life).
There's berries and granola and other fresh fruit. And instead of the basic eggs/bacon option, you can get the house special for that morning. I didn't do it either day, but both days it sounded like something good. I know a lot of people that would've liked it. I imagine if i had stayed one more morning I would've taken it. But I was so excited for bacon and eggs, like a vanilla dork, I went simple.
Waitress and cook, and everyone was friendly. And you eat with those same views I was talking about (if its nice, out on the deck). Reading the paper, sipping a juice, looking at the water and feeling the breeze was the highlight of my day. After that, it was impossible to have a bad day in the area.
- Location. Camden Hills State Park is stunning, and Camden is so close, I couldn't even listen to one song between the hotel and the town. Cute place, friendly people, beautiful views.
- THe in-room jacuzzi. Incredible!! Not just a glorified bathtub, but iwth complimentary bath salts and lots of jets. Wish I could relax like that right now.
Just a great place. I 'm sure there are others in the area, but I'd have a hard time not staying here every time I come through from now on.
Enjoy your visit to Lincolnville with a stay at The Inn at Ocean's Edge. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in deep-tissue massages. A fitness center and a spa tub are offered, and rooms get the details right with fireplaces and bathrobes.
Pros: We stayed for 4 days and spent most of the time on the balcony overlooking the harbor. Camden is the headquarters for schooners. The main dock was just below the patio. We watched schooners come and go as well as the activity of a busy harbor. Loved it!
Cons: Great hotel, excellent breakfast, fabulous location. We are planning a return trip next year.
Situated by the ocean, Grand Harbor Inn is a great choice for a stay in Camden. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and continental breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 10 AM. Rooms at this romantic hotel offer upscale touches like fireplaces and jetted tubs, along with furnished balconies and pillowtop beds.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at 16 Bay View. You can visit the fitness center for a workout or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. Rooms offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs, along with balconies or patios and flat-screen TVs.
Enjoy your visit to Camden with a stay at Camden Maine Stay Inn. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and kayaking, and free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking. A terrace and a garden are offered, and rooms get the details right with iPod docks and bathrobes.
Only 3 blocks to Camden harbor in the heart of the village, the Inns at Blackberry Common welcome you with luxurious accommodations and fine dining in Camden Maine. With 18 guestrooms in two historic buildings, the inn is nestled in the midst of over an acre of gardens and woodlands. Enjoy a gas fireplace, soak in a whirlpool or clawfoot tub and relax on your deck or patio. Romantic Garden Suite and Tinkers Cottage Rooms are tucked amid perennial gardens and have private entrances. Waken to the aroma of our signature coffee while Chef Jim prepares a sumptuous breakfast, with Maine specialties featuring berries and herbs from our gardens. Daily specials include our signature Blackberry Sage French toast or fresh herbed omelets. Our yogurt, topped with Blackberrys own granola and fresh fruit, is always available.Called one of the outstanding reasons to visit New England by YANKEEs Travel Guide to New England. Check-in is at 3 00 PM. Guests planning to arrive before or after this time must contact the property at least 48 hours prior to arrival to receive special check-in instructions. As a bed and breakfast property, the Front Desk hours will vary guests should contact the property to find out more information. To contact the property, use the number on the reservation confirmation received after booking.
Hartstone Inn & Hideaway offers an airport shuttle during limited hours. Guests can indulge in hot stone massages at the spa, and American cuisine is served at Hartstone, which is open for breakfast and dinner. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like iPod docks and premium bedding.
Pros: We rented one of the cabins, it was great. It had everything we needed. Plenty of room and we liked the fact that there was a restaurant on the premises. We will go back again.
Cozy and well appointed cabins in an excellent location. This is a very well maintained resort. Lots of on site activities were available. Nice cafe just a short walk from our cabin. These cabins are close to plenty of local restaurants and shopping. We had a great experience in a comfortable woodsy environment!
Pros: Lots of room and privacy in our cabin.
We happened to drive into Point Lookout on a snowy day. What a beautiful scene! The trees and cabins were all covered in snow and the resort looked like a magical, winter wonderland! We also loved how close restaurants and grocery stores were to our cabin. We didn't have to drive far to see snow covered hills and panoramic ocean scenes. Overall, we had an excellent stay and would love to go back again for a quick getaway.
Pros: The room was spotless, neat and tidy. The overall feel of the cabin was very welcoming. My husband and I were pleasantly surprised about how adorable and spacious our cabin was. We also liked how close the cabins were to local restaurants and stores.
Cons: Check-in time seemed a tad late (4:00pm) and check-out time seemed a tad early (10:00am), but these times worked out for our personal plans.
Cabin interiors were to die for. Absolutely loved it. Would have liked an ottoman for the unbelievable comfy leather chair, as well as a reading lamp(table lamp cast light too low).
Pros: Cabin was fabulous. The private screened in porch was heaven. I sat listening to the bird calls and watching the sunset.
Cons: I thought there was a restaurant for dinner, but there wasn't. Cabins were a little close together - felt like I was in a log cabin subdivision.
Arrive at Point Lookout, with plans to stay a few days and leave with memories that will last a lifetime. Situated on 387 acres of picturesque mountainside terrain overlooking Penobscot Bay, in Maine’s scenic Mid-Coast region, the grounds at Point Lookout are reminiscent of a nature preserve. Surround yourself with a true authentic Maine experience, while taking in the sights, sounds and splendor of the area around you. Regardless your passion, Point Lookout has something to excite and inspire you.
Nature lovers and outdoor enthusiast appreciate the natural beauty of our wooded property. Weaving its way through and around the grounds are 3.8 Miles of hiking trails that provide ample opportunities to connect with nature. From the giant Maine pine trees, to the red granite boulders, and down to the rocky shore of our private beach access, you will enjoy being surrounded by many of the natural features Maine is renowned for. Take photographs of the exotic plant life along the trails, keep your eyes out for some of our Maine wildlife neighbors such as wild turkeys, porcupines, moose, fox and more. Bring along your binoculars because you will have a chance to see a variety of birds, both indigenous and migratory, as the call the area surrounding the grounds their home.
Travelers can look forward to a truly unique vacation experience when staying at Point Lookout. Enjoy the best of both worlds. Great outdoor camping experience fused with great resort style amenities. Choose from one of our authentic Maine pine log cabins – one, two or three bedrooms, and enjoy all of the comforts of a fine hotel or bed and breakfast, along with the added space and conveniences of a fully furnished cabin complete with kitchen, refrigerator, stove, microwave, screened in front porch, cable television and wireless internet access.
Guests of Point Lookout enjoy access to a wealth of indoor and outdoor recreation activities. Enjoy a morning game of tennis, hiking, biking, kayaking, horseshoes, disc golf and more while taking in the fresh mountain air. Should the day be cool or rainy, come inside and enjoy our state-of-the-art fitness and recreation complete with racquetball and squash courts, billiards, ping pong, basketball or volleyball in the gymnasium. Play a few frames of bowling in our eight lane bowling alley, complete with foosball and video game arcade. Enjoy a round of disc golf on our 18 hole course. We also keep a supply of card and board games on hand for you to enjoy.
Point Lookout is surrounded by a number of quaint Maine coastal towns including Camden, Rockland, Belfast, and Bar Harbor offering visitors plenty of options for shopping, dining and entertainment. During the winter, enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, toboggan sledding, ice fishing, and ice skating. Local summer activities include golfing, sailing, whale watching, and more. Year-round, there are plenty of great choices for things to do. Visit one of the many art galleries, state and national parks, lighthouses and museums, all just a short drive from the Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center.
Pros: Excellent experience, with fantastic service. Such a cute place, and really good value. Would definitely stay again.
Pros: The welcome is exceptional, the patio, the breakfast , the attention to customers, the dîner option in the hôtel Right next door , as the hôtel dîner sas closed ( great collaboration)
Pros: Historic inn was beautiful. The owners and staff were excellent. The breakfast was supurb. Highly recommended.
Cons: Loved all of it.
When visiting Searsport, Homeport Historic Inn is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer balconies or patios and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: Clean, beautiful view, great customer service and a wonderful breakfast.
Pros: I enjoyed the scenery and the location.
Cons: We left after 10 minutes and were refunded. Severe health hazard.
Pros: Nice facility, spacious rooms, good location, nice property to walk around.
Cons: The walls between the rooms are very thin; you can hear drawers being opened and closed, conversations, etc.
The porch light outside the front door is very bright and illuminates the room and makes it difficult to sleep.
Pros: I liked the area it was close to everything.
Cons: The cottage prices were really high for mid September. And I myself don't smoke however making quests go off the property and up to the road is a little ridiculous.
Pros: Great location, minutes from Camden and mid coast locations. We stayed in both cottages and guest rooms, and you get what you pay for. The staff and grounds make this a good value. We would stay here again.
Cons: The vistas are a little lacking, unless you take the walk to an oceanside deck which is fabulous.
Pros: Very Clean, Nice location
Cons: Beds were a bit hard
Pros: Comfortable beds, good breakfast in a pleasant space
Cons: Promotional photo of boardwalk is misleading. From the room it was at least a 1/4 mile walk to the beach. It was not all like being on the ocean as the photo suggests.
Mostly, though, we were surprised and disappointed by the unaccommodating nature of management. We had made a mistake and confused our arrival date. But although we accepted that we should pay the penalty (a deposit of 1/2 for the one missed night) management insisted on penalizing us 1/2 for the entire booking. This was particularly surprising since other rooms and cabins were clearly vacant both before and after our stay, and given the fact that we were willing to stay an additional night if some understanding and accommodation had been made. On top of this, another customer at the time told us they had been offered their cabin at 1/2 price. All of this left a very bad taste …Bottom line= Poor customer service/Unaccommodating attitude
Situated on the bay, Glenmoor By the Sea is a great choice for a stay in Lincolnville. You can get a workout in at the fitness center or take a dip in the outdoor pool. Other highlights include an outdoor tennis court, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: The Lord Camden Inn is a charming place to stay in the very picturesque town of Camden Maine. In retrospect we would have scheduled more time on our Fall Foliage trip for this area. The only down side is the bathroom is a little small but I would stay there in an instant given the chance again!
When visiting Camden, Lord Camden Inn is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout, and free perks include WiFi and hot/cold buffet breakfast daily between 7 AM and 9:30 AM. Rooms at this romantic hotel offer up nice touches like pillowtop beds with Egyptian cotton sheets, along with LCD TVs and DVD players.
Located 327 feet from High Street Historic District in Camden, Timbercliffe Cottage Bed and Breakfast features free WiFi access and free private parking. Some accommodations include a sitting area where you can relax. Certain rooms have views of the sea or garden. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer. A flat-screen TV with cable channels is available. There are lots of activities in the area, such as biking, canoeing and hiking. The bed and breakfast also provides bike rental. Camden Harbor Park and Amphitheatre is 0.8 miles from Timbercliffe Cottage Bed and Breakfast, and Chestnut Street Baptist Church is 0.9 miles away. Bangor Airport is 42 miles from the property.
Enjoy your visit to Camden with a stay at Camden Windward Inn. Guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing, and free perks include WiFi, self parking, and cooked-to-order breakfast daily between 7:30 AM and 10 AM. Rooms at this luxurious bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: The staff was friendly and efficient. The hotel was very well kept and clearly geared towards guest comfort. I would highly recommend this hotel.
Pros: Easy to park at the hotel and walk to everything. Staff was really nice and friendly.
Pros: Location to town center and port.
Cons: Old, not well maintained, no views, very dingy, smelly rugs, desk attendant not always at desk, very small tubs. Overall: shabby and overpriced.
Pros: Very nice hotel at a fair/solid price. Great location in Downtown Camden. Breakfast was solid, with make-it-yourself waffles.
Pros: S'mores fire
Pros: the beds were awesome. Proximity to area vood
Cons: Nothing was open. The hot tub not functioning. Pool was smelly. Staff not readily available.
Cons: Had to pay $40 extra form two mothers that tagged along but it was a two bedroom hotel so I don't think I would have chose this hotel for $--- total.
Pros: Loved it, right in town
Pros: I like the location.
Cons: Poor water pressure in the shower.
Pros: Loved location. Room was a good size. Very relaxing.
When visiting Camden, Camden Riverhouse Hotel is a great choice to consider. For a bit of exercise, you can visit the fitness center or go for a swim in the indoor pool. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
Adjacent to a golf course, Beach Cottage Inn is a great choice for a stay in Lincolnville. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Whale's Tooth Pub and Res, which serves American cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer LCD TVs and free WiFi.
Belmont Inn is located in Camden, 657 feet from Chestnut Street Baptist Church and 984 feet from Camden Harbor Park and Amphitheatre. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Certain accommodations feature a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. Certain rooms have views of the mountains or garden. Every room includes a private bathroom. Extras include bathrobes and free toiletries. There is a shared lounge, concierge services and a gift shop at the property. Guests can enjoy various activities in the area, including skiing, golfing and biking. High Street Historic District is one kilometer from Belmont Inn, and Camden Hills State Park is 2 miles away. Bangor Airport is 43 miles from the property.
Pros: The hotel was great - small enough to feel like an authentic New England bed and breakfast but with the amenities and cleanliness of a modern hotel. They've essentially renovated a very old beautiful inn and filled it in with European appliances, modern design, bold colors and Scandinavian lighting. They also have a 5 star restaurant on site which is rare for an inn of that size. Best part by far was complimentary breakfast in Natalie's which was anything but continental. Lobster eggs hollandaise and a European style breakfast buffet made the cost worth every penny. Special touches included thoughtful notes from the staff, Belgian chocolates, a welcome aperitif and other complimentary flourishes that made us feel at home.
Cons: Everything skewed early, which might reflect the typical age of guests. Natalie's bar closed on the early side (before 1030pm) and the place felt empty after 9pm. Breakfast is strictly between 730-930am. The hotel is not huge so if you're looking for anonymity, this is not the place.
Pros: Great staff! Excellent customer service. Really comfortable beds. Relaxing atmosphere. Great food! Nice bathrooms!!
Situated on the bay, Camden Harbour Inn is a great choice for a stay in Camden. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer DVD players and bathrobes.
Pros: Reasonably priced upscale motel with extra touches- super clean, attractive homey decor, beautiful flowers on grounds, friendly helpful staff, cleaning staff quiet in mornings, Great location for exploring Camden region.
Cons: A mini fridge in room would have made it perfect!
Pros: Very quaint. Perfect location in downtown Camden. Friendly staff.
Cons: The restaurant on site closed at 8 pm.
When visiting Camden, Cedar Crest Inn is a great choice to consider. The seasonal outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Continental Mon & Tues, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Blue Harbor House Inn, our Camden, Maine, Bed and Breakfast is comfortable, affordable, warm and welcoming. Built in 1810, it’s historic charms blend well with modern comforts. Located just two short blocks from beautiful Camden harbor, shops and local 'fresh catch' restaurants. Complimentary full Breakfast, WiFi, and parking.
Pros: What a perfect getaway! I needed to get away but I didn't want to travel too far since I'd only be going by myself and wouldn't be gone too long. So I choose Camden and this inn was really quite perfect. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the rooms were clean and sooo comfortable. I was in Room 3, which had this great river view. Falling asleep to the sound of the water below was great, plus the mattress was just so comfortable! Definitely will be recommending this place.
Cons: This isn't a complaint, but more of a note: the shutters to one of the windows had a piece broken off and one of the other shutters had a couple pieces that needed to be closed manually. I could close them and it didn't bother me, but others might take note.
Enjoy your visit to Camden with a stay at The Inn at Camden Place. You can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café and visit the spa to be pampered with deep-tissue massages, facials, or mani/pedis. Refrigerators and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.