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L'auberge aubépine est un spacieux, élégamment nommé Queen Anne Victorian mansion située sur 1,2 hectares de beaux jardins, terrasses à plusieurs niveaux et une belle terrasse pour dîner en plein air. Étapes du port et ville, l'aubépine est une oasis de sérénité dans le village de Camden. Deux cours petit déjeuner se distingue à l'aide d'aliments locaux et biologiques si possible. Restrictions alimentaires logées gracieusement. Aucun détail n'est négligé à l'Auberge de l'aubépine, accueillant et chaleureux.
5 sur mai 08, 2016
My wife and I just wanted to celebrate our anniversary in New England off season to discover places to return too. We found the Hawthorn Inn to be that place. Service, inn keepers, location, amenities all top notch. We definitely will be back here.
5 sur juillet 27, 2015
Immaculate, friendly and a great location to walk to any venue in Camden. Ted and Lisa together with their staff provide an atmosphere which that makes it difficult to say goodbye. You are treated like family and enjoy all the conveniences of being at home but without the chores which go with being at home. The breakfasts were delicious and the afternoon snacks baked by Lisa were extraordinary. We look forward to returning for a longer stay. We would have completed each circle but for some reason the program would not accept the fifth "completed circle." Ted, Lisa and staff please continue your fine work, we had a great time. Tom & Laura - Fairfield, CT
Réponse du propriétaire
Thanks for your review! It was difficult to say goodbye to all of you! The best part about being an innkeeper is meeting wonderful guests. Hope to see you again soon.
5 sur octobre 08, 2014
Had a great time at this quaint, friendly B&B. Terrific gormet breakfast. Relaxing feeling throughout. Mike & Mala
5 sur juillet 28, 2014
We were very happy with our recent stay at the Hawthorn Inn. Ted and Lisa were excellent hosts and the Inn was clean and well kept up. The location was ideal and the breakfasts were delicious. Very happy.
5 sur août 18, 2013
The Hawthorn Inn has become my Maine home away from home when I come to Maine to take the incredible weekend woodworking classes at Lie-Nielsen Toolworks in nearby Warren. Now, I can’t imagine staying anywhere but the Hawthorn inn. The lovely old house quietly tells its history, the rooms are lovingly appointed with guests’ comfort in mind, and the back garden is simply glorious. Innkeeper Maryanne Shanahan offers a warm and charming welcome, along with knowledgeable and spirited advice about the area. Do you want an extraordinary “French-New England fusion” meal? She knows just the enchanting restaurant. Do you need a lovely walk with which to end the day? She quickly produces a map and draws the route of the three-mile “Camden Loop” for you – and no walk could better feed the spirit and refresh the body. Do you have a special request? She will find a way to grant it. Maryanne and her husband Bill are sophisticated and engaging conversationalists, interested in everything…or just as subtly and considerately ready to recognize when you want peace and quiet. Wait a moment: I said the Hawthorn Inn was my home away from home, but I have to take that back – the breakfasts at Hawthorn Inn are vastly beyond what I ever provide myself at home! Maryanne presents beautiful, fresh, seasonal, healthy, and utterly imaginative breakfasts that are like a still life in the beauty of their presentation, and taste even better than they look. Breakfast at the Hawthorn Inn is a restorative, sustaining pleasure to be savored every morning. My first stay at the Hawthorn Inn convinced me I’d have to return. Now I can’t imagine being in Maine without staying there. May Maryanne and Bill go on welcoming all their grateful guests for many years to come!
5 sur juin 03, 2013
We were so impressed by the beautiful, spacious rooms, and the friendly , inviting atmosphere set by Maryann and Bill, the innkeepers. The breakfast is an amazing part of the experience. The location is also fabulous, close to some great day hikes and a beautiful coastline. Perfect for a couple looking for a seaside escape!
5 sur mai 10, 2013
and why not?? everything about the Hawthorn Inn calls for a return visit. Having been a guest there several times prior to this trip, it felt like coming home again to a lovely family home, which it is! I met with friends there to celebrate a BIg-0 birthday together (I won't say which one!), and the whole mood of the house was celebratory and special. Luxurious beds, pillows, linens, sweet touches like flowers in each room, gardens just waiting to burst into bloom,sumptuous breakfasts, all was perfection. Many thanks to Maryanne and Bill for providing the perfect getaway once again.
5 sur mars 11, 2013
I wish I could give them more stars...this was the best b&b experience I have had. Wonderful room, breakfast and company - both the other guests and the terrific hosts. Maryanne and Bill were helpful, welcoming and the kind of people you want to make your friends. Because of a snowstorm in Boston our arrangements were confused and Maryanne had not expected us the day we arrived. She welcomed us graciously and upgraded our room and we stayed in the carriage house in a lovely room with a gas fireplace, balcony and jacuzzi. It was beautifully appointed, clean, comfortable and had a lovely view of the harbor (and in the summer the view includes the garden). The breakfasts were imaginative and delicious. Maryanne gave us suggestions about a trip north to look at the views and gave us a map so we wouldn’t get lost. She would have gladly made restaurant reservations for us if we had wished it. When we raved about the wild Maine blueberries she offered to sell us a box from the batch she had frozen. We will think of her, Bill and our lovely stay with every bite. My husband has requested that I make him a Maine blueberry pie for his birthday. Thank you Maryanne and Bill for making our brief stay so enjoyable and memorable. We stayed in the Brougham room - it was quiet, away from street noise (although it is hard to imagine there would be much noise). The rooms were well-insulated and we never heard our neighbors - in fact we were surprised we had neighbors.
5 sur août 14, 2012
There are many things you wish for in a bed and breakfast you dont't get. It's a personal experience that should feel like home, but with strangers around--YET--my recent experience at the Hawthorne in Camden was the BEST yet, and my wife and I travel frequently. You can eat more lobster because the breakfasts are healthy, fresh, and very tasty (good for all palates and if you don't want what's offered there's a second amazing option--for those gluten free, can't eat greens, etc). You can walk into town and figure your own way, OR you can ask Maryanne and Bill and they will have the best suggestion 100% of the time. Like you're a local, just with a camera. The rooms are clean, spacious and nice--the staff is friendly as can be--and I guarantee you this will be above par with what you've stayed in so far, and is the best in the area. As for Camden--go, just go. Perfect town with amazing food, great hikes and scenery, good water and land activities, and also a nice place to just rest. There are tourists, but they all came for the same reason, to get away, but not be so away you can't enjoy yourself.
5 sur mars 11, 2012
Let me start by saying that I have never written an accommodations review before. However, my experiences with the Hawthorn Inn have been so exceptional that I find myself compelled to do so now. Last week my wife and I were married. We planned on having a short honeymoon in Camden at the Hawthorn Inn as we had stayed there twice before in the past for "get away" weekends and we had always enjoyed it. We stayed in a beautiful room in the carriage house that has it all: gas fired fireplace, oversize Jacuzzi, sitting area and two French doors onto a balcony overlooking a wooded stream running down to the harbor which can be seen through the trees. Peaceful is the operative word here. In the mornings, the proprietors, Maryanne and her husband Bill provide what I can only describe as a gourmet breakfast; fresh fruit and yogurt parfaits along with individually prepared Fritatas, for example. This served in their sunny breakfast nook. An excellent start to a day! I just can't say enough about this place. The inn itself is beautiful, the accommodations outstanding and Maryanne and Bill are warm and welcoming. We had a honeymoon that could not have been better; the third time for us staying at the Hawthorn Inn, and we will be back for more!
Roi de luxe
Queen de luxe
King de luxe
Étapes du port, A la montagne
Bangor, ME (BGR) 24 miles
Sur la Route 1, 4 maisons sur la droite après la bibliothèque publique dans le Village de Camden.
Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Océan, Musées d'art, phares, musées maritimes, montagnes, poterie, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Piste de ski, Circuits touristiques, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole
Other, Historic Inn
Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Copieur, Bibliothèque, Parking, Téléphone, Equipé pour les mariages , Vin à l'achat
Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Jacuzzi, Planche à repasser, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi
Location de vélos, Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Base nautique, Canoë, Pistes de ski de fond, Ski alpin , Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Promenade à cheval, Canoë-Kayak, Pistes de VTT , Maisons de lumière, musées, jardinage pourparlers, musique et spectacles musicaux, pièces de théâtre, expositions-art, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Location de skis, Location de raquettes neige, Raquettes neige, Natation, Terrain de tennis
Lisa & Ted Weiss
Ted et Lisa est resté à un B et B il y a 10 ans. Les propriétaires se définissent comme des réfugiés. Ils étaient épris de leur changement de mode de vie. Nous avons été accrochés. Nous avons passé les dix prochaines années à essayer de comprendre comment quand et comment y arriver. Nous avons fait le saut en juin 2014. Propriétaire de l'auberge aubépine a été tout ce que nous avons rêvé qu'il serait et puis certains. Nous aimons entendre nos histoires de clients et ne peut pas attendre pour entendre les vôtres !
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien , Faible teneur en glucides ; Sans gluten ; sans lactose ; végétalien
Gâteau de patate douce à l'oeuf poché
Œuf poché servi sur une patate douce backen surmonté d'échalotes caramélisées et sauce crème de piment poblano