Come rest, relax and leave the car behind. Abigail's is one of Camden's more intimate inns with only four guest rooms and extensive common areas that include two guest parlors, a sunny dinning room, a grand front porch, and large, private backyard. Let us pamper you with luxurious linens, gourmet breakfasts, long lazy days on our front porch and cozy quiet evenings in front of the fireplace. Abigail's is just a short walk to Camden's harbor, shops and restaurants.
A large 400 square foot room located in the carriage house. Room has an extremely comfortable California King sized bed outfitted with luxurious linens. There are three oversized chairs, flat screen television with DVD and a propane fireplace. A large bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and a walk-in shower. Internet access is available throughout the inn.
Nightly Rate: $165 - $195
The Rose Garden Room is located in the carriage house and has a semi-private entrance. The room has a beautiful four-poster queen sized bed with a lovely duvet. There are two comfortable sitting chairs, a spacious closet, flat screen television with DVD player and a private bathroom with a shower tub combination.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $165
The Abigail and John Suite is located on the second floor of the main house. The main room has a queen sized bed, two wingbacked seagrass chairs, flat screen television with DVD player, and a propane fireplace. There is a smaller bedroom with a twin sized bed located off the main room. The suite has a private bath that has been newly remodeled. The Abigail and John Suite is great for families.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $175
The Jefferson Davis room is located on the second floor of the main house. It has a beautiful queen sized four poster bed, antique armoire, flat screen television with DVD player, propane fireplace and a private bath. The Jefferson Davis Room got it's name because Jefferson Davis actually stayed in the room on two different occasions in the 1850's.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $165
5 on November 23, 2012
We had a fantastic stay at Abigail's B&B with some friends this summer. Beth and Kipp worked to place us in adjacent rooms and sent us off each morning with an incredible breakfast and recommendations for visits and meals. We could not have asked for more gracious hosts. We will be back.
5 on January 17, 2012
My sister and I spent a WONDERFUL 2 days and nights in Camden at Abigail's Inn in mid-January 2012. It was such a special and perfect stay, and we loved our room (Abigail and John Suite) so much! Everything was cozy, bright, and warm. AND the breakfasts and evening treats were AMAZING. Beth, Kipp, and the boys were a joy to spend time with and we will definitely be planning our next trip to mid-coast at Abigail's Inn!
4.6 on October 11, 2010
Absolutely loved the room. Great Location. Breakfast was great, but I would consider it a light breakfast which was good after eating too much elsewhere while on vacation. TV was very small and picture quality was not the best, but we didn't watch it much anyway. This was by far the best value we had while on our vacation.
5 on September 14, 2008
My wife and I spent a weekend in Camden last year.I was unfamiliar with the area and took a chance on Abigail's.The room was fantastic,the owners were incredibly kind and helpful with planning our activities.I would stay there again next time we are in the area. the Larsons
5 on July 29, 2008
The distinctive touch of Innkeepers Beth and Kipp is evident everywhere as they personally invite you into their home. The entire house is spotless, yet abundantly covered with huge helpings of tender loving care. The rooms reflect their history, yet are upgraded to today’s modern comforts. Breakfast included such wonders as baked bananas and Dutch Bunny, yet Beth and Kipp say they have never attended a culinary school. They are encyclopedic in their knowledge of the area and its history, and can recommend locations and establishments to meet any of your travel needs. Abigail’s is a delightful inn run by delightful people.
4.8 on July 10, 2008
We loved the proximity of Abigail's to everything in Camden. We also loved the clean and clutter-free rooms. What we loved the most, though, were Kipp and Beth - they are welcoming innkeepers that really go the extra mile for their guests.
5 on December 27, 2007
We have stayed at Abigail's Inn twice in the past two years and plan another stay in 2008. The rooms are confortably furnished and the location is super convenient - just a few minutes walk to downtown Camden and the harbor. Beth and Kipp are great hosts and provide a delicious breakfast (if you're lucky you'll get a chance to sample Beth's brownies). The sitting rooms and front porch are great places to sit back, and the nicely landscaped backyard provides a relaxing getaway.
4.8 on November 19, 2007
Kipp and Beth have done a beautiful job restoring this lovely inn. Each room is very different, but all are incredibly appealing. The location is ideal for strolling into town for dinner or shopping. Beth and Kipp are incredibly accommodating. I highly recommend Abagails.
4.8 on November 18, 2007
Beth and Kipp have done a wonderful job of renovating this delightful B&B. I loved the Abigail and John Suite, which was spacious and mercifully uncluttered. I caught up on email using my laptop using their wi-fi and the convenient desk, then curled up with a book in one of the comfy chairs in front in the cozy fire. Ample common areas; delicious breakfast and afternoon treats.
4.0 on October 12, 2007
We really enjoyed Abigail's. Our room, the Abigail and John room, was spacious and very comfortable. The front porch was delightful. We enjoyed sitting and watching the foot traffic go by as we enjoyed our afternoon coffee. Camden is our favorite Maine village. The full breakfast was exceptional.
Mountains, Oceanside, Small town, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 75 miles
Driving time from the Boston area is approximately 3 ½ hours. Take I 95 North to Portland to Exit 44 (I 295 North begins here). Take I 295 North to Exit 28, Coastal Rt 1 North at Brunswick. Follow Rt 1 North through Waldoboro. Look for Rt 90 about 5 miles north of Waldoboro. Turn left on Rt. 90 and follow North until it ends at Rt 1 in Rockport (there will be a traffic light and The Market Basket store on your right). Turn left onto R 1 at the traffic light. Follow Rt 1 into and through the center of Camden. We are located on Rt 1 (or High St) about 1 ½ blocks north of the town center and 1 block north of the Public Library. Look for our historic whiteiron fence on the left and our driveway at the north end of the fence.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Fax Machine, Telephone
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Tennis racket rental, Water sports
Kipp Wright and Beth O'Connor
Beth and Kipp quit the rat race and moved to Maine from Washington, DC. Kipp enjoys skiing at the Camden Snow Bowl during the winter, and hiking Mt. Battie during the summer months. Beth enjoys decorating, cooking breakfast and working in the yard.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
French Toast with Hersey Pears
Thick sliced French toast smothered with a warm homemade pear and apple chutney, served with hickory smoked bacon and garnished with seasonal fresh fruit.