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Camden Maine InnCamden Bed and Breakfasts and Inns

 

You'll find Camden, Maine often listed among Maine's top vacation towns and must visit places in New England with good reason. Following suit with many other coastal towns, Camden has its own unique coastal atmosphere, a busy and beautiful harbor full of transient yachts, schooners and fishermen, and a delightful downtown with cafes, boutiques, an historic waterfront library and park, and great seafood restaurants overlooking the harbor. The entire atmosphere of Camden is ideal for those that appreciate the beautiful Maine landscape since here, picturesque Penobscot Bay meets the coastline and harbor then quickly turns to rolling hillsides and mountains - creating a spectacular seaside setting. If this is your first visit to Maine, you'll find Camden extraordinary - a wonderful union of mountains and sea, and a great waterfront town. Staying at a bed and breakfast or inn in Camden is just icing on the cake for a classic Maine getaway.

 

Camden Hill State Park Mount BattieCamden offers an abundance of attractions and things to do in town from shopping and dining, hiking, biking and downhill skiing, to sailing and exploring wineries and museums, giving many travelers the only dilemma of too much to explore on the Midcoast when staying at a Camden inn. Hikers will enjoy traversing Camden Hills State Park and Mt. Battie, overseeing the beautiful Camden Harbor from its summit. In the winter, skiers will enjoy the Camden Snow Bowl on Ragged Mountain - the only ski area on the Eastern Seaboard with views of the Atlantic Ocean from the summit. When you're not browsing great shopping and dining in Downtown Camden, you're out sunbathing on a nearby beach or touring Midcoast Maine lighthouses on a scenic windjammer cruise.

 

There are many classic Maine bed and breakfasts and inns in Camden, some offer lovely waterfront lodging, most are within walking distance to the beach and town, others are nestled in quiet woodsy grounds. Inns at Blackberry Common and Blue Harbor House are just a short walk to town. Camden has a lively hustle and bustle in peak summer months so you may seek quieter lodging locations in nearby Lincolnville just north of town like Point Lookout or the Spouter Inn. Lincolnville offers the same organic setting with scenic landscapes, just a little less discovered.

 

Camden Harbor SailboatWithin your bed and breakfasts in Camden you will find amenities like in-room jacuzzis, heated outdoor pools, romantic fireplaces, elegantly appointed rooms, private decks, onsite restaurants with locally sourced ingredients and gourmet breakfasts, and you may find little need to leave your Camden inn. But keep in mind, Camden is a great walking town, along the waterfront you will find parks, and picture perfect scenery.

 

Luckily, there are a few inns in Camden that are pet friendly, so you can enjoy your family vacation with the entire family. While many inns and bed and breakfasts are typically intended to host couples with unique, romantic touches, a few bed and breakfasts host larger families as well.  Most Camden properties are not exclusively pet and family friendly, rather, these inns and bed and breakfasts have one or two rooms or a suite that allow pets and/or larger parties, so call ahead to confirm if you want to bring your dog or the kids on your Camden vacation.

 

Start planning your vacation getaway now—view our directory for Bed and Breakfasts and Inns in Camden.

 

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