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Romantic and comfortably elegant, this 1891 Victorian has lovely wraparound porches, wood burning fireplaces and colorful perennial gardens. From soft, fluffy towels and freshly ironed quality bed linens, to soft music, fresh flowers from the garden, a glass of wine on the porch and a full made-from-scratch breakfast, the Belmont Inn offers treats for all the senses. In the center of Camden, one quiet block off of busy Route 1.
4.2 on July 31, 2016
Spent four nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Anita, the inn keeper, helped us plan our activities -- hiking, sailing, sightseeing. Her knowledge of the area and restaurants was very helpful. Sitting on her gracious porch and planning the evening's and next day's activities was a relaxing end to our day. Superb location, Highy recommend it -- we would definitely return
5 on July 04, 2016
This B&B is the best we have experienced! The rooms are cozy, comfortable and so clean. The Inn Keeper could not have done more for us. Breakfasts are amazing! The location is a short walk to the waterfront. We were greeted at the door and from that point on we felt like we were home. Such a beautiful, relaxing setting.
5 on June 30, 2016
No praise is too high for this bed and breakfast in Camden, Maine. We just traveled to Camden for the third time, and we honestly could not imagine staying anywhere else. It was like going home and visiting with a friend. Anita could not be more welcoming or accommodating to make sure that your stay is everything you hope it will be. She is an amazing cook, the food is always wonderful, and her recommendations for places to see and restaurants for dinner are always spot on. Of course the inn itself is beautiful as is the very enviable garden. The rooms are beautifully decorated, comfortable and spotlessly clean. Anita, we cannot thank you enough -- we had a great time and wish you the most successful of seasons, you deserve it!
5 on May 26, 2016
Everything about this wonderful inn is superior, the rooms, the service, the breakfast, the area. Will go back whenever I can! Loved every minute of the visit!
4.8 on October 04, 2015
The Belmont Inn is a very beautiful inn. We loved the gardens, porch, lovely common room with great art, books , music, sculptures and a supply of chocolate candies. We enjoyed the leisurely gourmet breakfasts that included generous fruit servings. The innkeeper was extremely accommodating to our every need. One can't get this sort of service at a hotel. We stayed in the spacious Jo Spiller Room and liked the fact there was no TV.
5 on August 26, 2015
situated, meticulously run, super clean, comfortable, quiet, relaxing place. Let us not talk about breakfast; what a great care is taken to prepare with the most fresh and quality ingredients. If you want to have a great holiday this is the place to go. Camden is a jewel, Belmont Inn makes it better. And some advice. Take the advice of the Inn Keeper on what to do and where to eat. It is worth every dollar you spend, cost being another element to Belmont Inn that is so well balanced. When we get the chance for sure we will be back!
5 on August 13, 2015
Belmont Inn is a perfect location for your stay in beautiful Camden: a walk to town and easy access to surrounding locales...lovely and comfortable lodgings...inventive and delicious breakfasts. And then there's Anita: Ask her anything and follow her advice for the very best area restaurants, sights, and activities. She pointed us to all the hidden gems, and her favorites quickly became ours. Look no further for a warm, welcoming, and memorable B&B.
5 on June 07, 2015
A charming Inn one block away from downtown Camden, Maine. You will not be disappointed here. The room was very clean and comfortable. The inn was very welcoming and I can't say enough about the Inn Keeper- Anita. From the minute we booked until we departed, she took care of our every need- made dinner reservations, suggested great things to do and mapped the easiest routes out for us to follow whether we were walking or driving. The inn was very quiet, comfortable and the breakfasts were positively delicious! We will be back again.
5 on May 27, 2015
I spent four nights last week at The Belmont Inn. It was truly a beautiful place to stay. It's a short few blocks to town and there is wrap around porch overlooking a well manicured garden. Our room was so charming, as was the innkeeper Anita. Our "picture- perfect" breakfasts were delicious. If you're looking for a great place to get away for a few days, or even for a romantic stay, the Belmont Inn in Camden is the perfect place. You won't be disappointed.
3.8 on November 18, 2014
We recently stayed here, travelling with another couple. We also opted for a special package called "Maine Cooking with Sandy Oliver". The experience was truly unique as Sandy is a very down to earth, friendly woman who has a true passion for cooking and hospitality. Anita, the innkeeper was very gracious and inviting. The property was meticulously clean and well maintained, it looked like it was rebuilt from the ground up! The location was convenient to downtown Camden and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. One small nit pick was that there wasn't coffee available throughout the day, only during breakfast. I believe there was hot water for tea available, but being a 4 cup a day coffee drinker made me long for another cup later in the day. Overall, we enjoyed out stay and the area and look forward to visiting again.
Large room with King Sleigh Bed, Mahogany furnishings, 2 wing-back chairs by the Gas Fire-stove. Private bath with tub/shower. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $189 - $229
Local poet's name sake features poetry desk, wing chair, full-size canopy bed & reminicent atmosphere of yesterdays past. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $189
Decorated with 1920 vintage French furniture & a large window seat and wing chair perfect for a good book or conversation. Can be twin beds or king. Private bath with tub/shower. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $1189 - $229
A sunny, romantic room with queen canopy bed, gas firestove, two comfortable chairs, and large windows overlooking the garden. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $169 - $209
Featuring floral water colors by a local artist, this gracious room has a four-poster mahogany queen bed, comfortable seating and lots of windows. Private bath with shower. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $189 - $229
Often our Honeymoon Suite, by itself on the third floor with private staircase. Queen brass bed. Windows on three sides. Large window seat, wing chair, gas firestove. Private bath with claw-foot tub and shower. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $239
This two-room suite features a large bedroom (the Allen Room) with king sleigh bed, mahogany furnishings, and 2 wing-back chairs by the gas fire-stove. This is connected to a charming little sitting room which can be used as a private space for reading, working or just hanging out, or 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. Private bath with tub/shower. Air conditioning.
Nightly Rate: $239 - $279
Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Oceanfront, Oceanview, Small town, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 112 miles
From New York City Area, Pennsylvania, NJ and Connecticut: Take Merritt Parkway to I-91 North to I-84 East to I-90/Mass Pike to I-495 North to I-95 North. Continue to Camden, Maine as noted below. From Boston/Portland: Take I-95 North to Exit 44, I-295 North, just outside Portland. Follow I-295 North to Exit 31, Topsham. At end of ramp, take right onto ME-196 South and continue till merge with US-1 North toward Bath. Continue on US-1 North to just past Waldoboro. Turn left on ME-90 West, an end-to-end bypass of Rockland about 10 miles long. At end of ME-90, turn left and rejoin US-1 North into Camden, Maine. From Bangor International Airport: Take I-95 South from Airport to Route I-395/ME-15 to Coastal Route US-1A (Hampden exit). Follow US-1A for about 24 miles. At Stockton Springs, merge with US-1 South. Continue on US-1 South through Searsport, Belfast, Lincolnville, Northport and then into Camden.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Library, VCR, Videos , Fireplace in living room and dining room
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming
A California transplant, Anita has owned and operated the inn since early 2008. Depending on how you count them, this is her third career. Her work has always focused on people and now, finally, she also has work that allows her to feed people on a regular basis! A beautiful town, an historic inn, great people and wonderful food. Quite a combination!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten-free. Vegan.
Gracie's French Toast with Local Maine Maple Syrup
Breakfast at the Belmont Inn is always a special affair. Great, locally roasted coffee is available early each morning. Every breakfast includes a variety of juices, fresh fruit, and either a savory or sweet entree. Guests have access to the tea kettle and a wide variety of teas at any time. It is a pleasure for us to feed our guests using high-quality fresh ingredients, locally sourced whenever possible. Special diets gladly accommodated with advanced notice.