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Belmont Inn
6 Belmont Avenue
Camden, ME 04843-2029
Phone: +1--2072368053

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Country Charm. This room is warm and bright with yellow wallpaper, large windows overlooking the gardens and the woods on the back of the property, and a queen-sized canopy bed. There is an old-fashioned-style cast-iron propane stove perfect for snuggling up in bed and watching the fire on a cold night. Private bath ensuite with a deep combination cast-iron tub/shower. Everybody smiles when they walk into this room for the first time. It really is a Country Charmer! Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.The Hideaway. On the third floor with its own private, inside stairway, the Hideaway is the perfect getaway. There are windows on three sides with views of Mt. Battie in Camden Hill State Park, the woods behind the house, and the gardens. Trees everywhere! In the sitting area there is a wing back chair, a window seat, an old-fashioned-style cast-iron propane stove, and a desk. The bed is queen-sized with a brass frame and the private ensuite bath has the charming original claw foot tub (converted now to a combination tub/shower). Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.
Jo Spiller Room. At the end of the second floor hallway, with five windows and lovely views of the gardens and of the woods out back, this large room features the floral watercolors of Jo Spiller, a Camden artist. The room is decorated in rich tones of forest green and burgundy and has a queen mahogany four-poster bed, a highboy chest with desk, a comfortable wingback chair, and an oriental carpet. Private ensuite bathroom with shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.Painted Lady features charming French 1920′s painted furniture and twin beds (available with king bed only if the Allen Room/Suite is unavailable). This room is light and airy, spacious, and very pretty; a gracious, charming, inviting room. There is a large window seat and also a comfortable wingback chair which makes a perfect place for enjoying a good book. Private bath ensuite with combination tub/shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.
Allen Room. This lovely room is the original master bedroom, beautifully decorated in deep, soothing colors. It has wonderful architectural details, a mahogany king sleigh bed, and an oriental carpet. Curl up in front of a fire in the old-fashioned-style gas stove or relax with a good book in the comfortable wingback chair. The private ensuite bathroom has a deep cast-iron tub/shower and soft, fluffy towels.

The Allen Room easily becomes the Allen Suite by opening the door which connects the main guest room with a charming little sitting room. The second room can be used as a second bedroom for one additional guest. The sitting room has a comfortable sofa bed and big, old double-hung windows that look out on the neighborhood. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.The Allen Sitting Room. Can be combined with the Allen Room and rented as the Allen Suite, accommodating up to 3 guests.
Edna St. Vincent Millay Room. Named after a very famous local poet - and the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for poetry - this room is decorated in a soft yellow with greens and beiges. It offers a charming double canopy bed, a writing desk, and a wingback chair, plus a bit of Ms. Millay’s poetry, a garden view, and lots of sunshine. It is our smallest room but it is very sweet. A perfect place to cocoon with a good book or a good friend. Private bathroom with shower, ensuite. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi.The Belmont Inn breakfast porch. Enjoy a full made-from-scratch breakfast using the best local ingredients, served daily.
Enjoy a full made-from-scratch breakfast using the best local ingredients, served daily.
Many first time guests of the Belmont Inn book because of the inn's beautiful perennial gardens and wraparound porch.  Many more guests return for the same reasons.The Belmont Inn, Where Life's Better.......on the Porch!
Camden Village.
The Belmont in winter.