Pulling into Camden for the first time you will immediately be charmed by this small town. In my opinion it is one the most charming towns on the entire coast of Maine. Quaint downtown shops, lobstermen bringing their daily catches to shore, and a beautiful New England landscape make Camden an excellent place to visit. I’ve already shared some favorite places to eat and drink, now it’s time to know where to stay!
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Set in a historic 1886 stone castle, this upscale B&B has beautiful views, is a 6 minute walk from the water and only a mile from Camden Hills State Park. The rooms are lovely and the beds are super comfy. We stayed in the Penthouse and if we return I’d like to check out the Library Room. A wonderful breakfast is served daily along with treats in the afternoon. Located at 63 High Street
Dating back to 1835, this Victorian-style B&B is a 3-minute walk from the water and 8.4 miles from the Farnsworth Art Museum. Breakfast and afternoon hors d’oeuvres are complimentary during your stay and they also offer a cooking class onsite (for a price). Located at 41 Elm Street
Charming inn within easy walking distance to the downtown/harbor area, about 10 minutes. Dating from 1901, this hotel at the base of Mount Battie hosted poet Edna St. Vincent Millay (Andrew’s distant relation)Breakfast is complimentary. Located at 52 High Street
Nestled right on Main Street, this location cannot be beat. Shopping, dining and ocean views are all just steps away from this charming brick building. Some rooms have private balconies with either a river or harbor view. Complimentary breakfast buffet. Located at 24 Main Street
The charming, relaxed and friendly inn was built in 1802, is the second oldest residence in Camden. It’s even listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There is a lovely garden and walking paths right outside your door. A full breakfast is included with your room along with homemade cookies, coffee and tea every afternoon and evening. Located at 22 High Street
A block from Camden Harbor, this traditional B&B in a 19th-century Greek Revival style house is just a 5 minute walk to Main Street and the harbor. Some rooms have private decks or patios. Breakfast is complimentary, as well as afternoon tea and coffee. Located at 6 High Street
Overlooking Camden Harbor, this upscale boutique hotel is a 3 minute walk from Camden Town Opera House and 10 miles from Camden Hills State Park. The Grand Harbor Inn is surrounded by a vibrant mix of shops, fine dining, and exciting schooner and kayak tours. Continental breakfast is included. Located at 14 Bay View Landing
Camden is such a magical area, no matter where you stay but I think these places are top notch 😉