In 1802 Alden Bass built this house at 22 High Street. Those were the times when Thomas Jefferson was President of the United States, Route 1 was a dirt road and Maine was still a part of the state of Massachusetts. Consisting of a striking main house with an attached carriage house and four-story barn, the Inn is an outstanding example of the progressive farm buildings common to 19th century Maine. Lovingly maintained, today it stands regally in Camden's Historic District, the essence of early New England.
A pochi passi dal the Maine soggiorno vi porta alla testa di Camden Harbor; uno dei più bei villaggi di mare dell'America.
Il bello e ampio giardino
The north parlor, tastefully decorated and enriched with old Italian paintings and furnitures.
La nostra cucina meraviglioso paese con la sua grande "Regina Atlantic Stove"
The sun porch overlooking the garden, a romantic place to enjoy your breakfast.
La sala da pranzo, dove viene servita anche la prima colazione
The Carriage House room. Harpers Bazaar and Vacations magazine both chose the Carriage House as their favorite Camden Maine Stay guestroom. Right on the garden, downstairs from the ground floor, in the back of the house this large room has a queen bed, private bathroom with a walk-in shower, lots of books, a Vermont Castings stove and a French door which opens onto a quaint stone patio tucked in between the room and the barn. This is a lovely, private, romantic bedchamber. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
Camera Carriage House
The Dogwood room. Located on the first floor this room overlooks our garden with our dogwood trees and the woods. The garden is located one full floor below the room so you can see our barn, a brook and the paths that wind through our wooded glen, but mostly you can see flowers and trees. The room has a beautiful brass queen bed that is inlaid with mother-of-pearl dogwood flowers, a sitting area and private bathroom with a walk-in shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
The Tierney room. A bright and cheerful corner room with three windows that bring in the morning sun. On the second floor, in the front of the house, facing High Street, this room looks out at a group of wonderful old white clapboard-clad homes - every one listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The bathroom has a six-foot soak tub and shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
The Common Ground junior suite. Maine is known for its agricultural fairs, which celebrate harvest and mark the beginning of our long winters. One of the most popular is the Common Ground Fair, which is sponsored by the Maine Organic Farmers Association. Our Common Ground Room incorporates this theme displaying posters from past fairs. A high beamed ceiling, Vermont Castings stove and Maine cottage furniture make a very cozy room. The room has a queen bed, a sitting area with a couch, armchair and a TV with a DVD player. French doors open to a private terrace, with a sitting area outside, that overlooks the garden. The room has an in-suite bathroom with shower and soaking tub. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
La sala Tierney
The Amelia Huse suite bedroom. This suite occupies the entire third floor of the inn. The master bedroom, with its antique, high brass and iron queen bed views the woods and Mount Battie. A cozy adjoining bed-room has a high brass and iron twin bed. The bathroom has a walk-in shower and a skylight. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
The den, a comfortable room to relax where you can watch the TV or read the morning newspaper.
The Smith-Robson room. The windows in this room face north and east bringing in the early morning sunshine. The bed is an antique brass and iron queen, and has a lovely cozy cottage feeling. The room has a private bathroom with a walk-in shower while the sink is in the room. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.
The Topper room. This room overlooks a wooded glen. No houses are visible from here, but the animals that reside in the State Park behind our house can often be seen snacking on our tulips or hosta. With a queen-size bed and leaded glass panels this is a delightful room. The room has a private bathroom with a walk-in shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the Inn.