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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.
Large room with King Sleigh Bed, Mahogany furnishings, 2 wing-back chairs by the Gas Fire-stove. Private bath with tub/shower. Air conditioning.
Local poet's name sake features poetry desk, wing chair, full-size canopy bed & reminicent atmosphere of yesterdays past. Air conditioning.
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.
A sunny, romantic room with queen canopy bed, gas firestove, two comfortable chairs, and large windows overlooking the garden. Air conditioning.
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.
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.
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.
4.8 on July 17, 2014
We recently visited and highly recommend the Belmont Inn near the bay and within the picturesque and somewhat tony village of Camden. Had a lovely, comfortable and huge room (Painted Lady) and enjoyed good breakfasts with other interesting, well traveled guests, including several repeat visitors. The wrap around Victorian porch overlooking beautiful well tended gardens was a great place to sit in the evening while nibbling on cheese and crackers with our wine. Anita is a personable and knowledgeable innkeeper.
4.8 on July 13, 2014
We just concluded our second stay at the Belmont Inn and, like the first, found every aspect of it wholly enjoyable. The inn itself is charming and pleasant, from the beautiful common area and breakfast porch downstairs to the rooms themselves. We stayed in the Allen Suite (treat yourself and book the entire suite; you'll be glad you did) and found it clean, comfortable and inviting. Another noteworthy positive is the inn's location, just off busy Route 1 but within easy walking distance of all the town's restaurants, businesses and Camden harbor. But perhaps the best thing about the inn is the owner and host, Anita Zeno, who has an uncanny back for making everyone feel like a valued, longtime friend. After two enjoyable stays at the Belmont, we can't imagine staying anywhere else when we visit Camden.
5 on December 21, 2013
We stayed here for Columbus Day Weekend this fall, and could not have been happier with the accommodations and hospitality provided by Anita and the rest of the staff at the Belmont Inn. Each day started with a delicious, locally sourced breakfast, and ended with a phenomenal dinner at one of the many top class restaurants in walking distance of the Belmont. During the day, all the wonderful things that Camden has to offer are also within an easy and enjoyable walk. We had a wonderful time as guests at the Belmont, and look forward to many happy returns.
5 on December 20, 2013
My wife and I spent four nights at the Belmont Inn recently. Having been to Camden many times over the years this was our first stay with Anita. We stayed in the Hideaway room located on the third floor. The inn and our room were spotless and the dusting of snow we had, combined with the Christmas lights and tree, made for a festive experience. Anita was responsive and readily available and her breakfasts were excellent. The Belmont is an elegant older home located off the main street leading into town so noise is not a problem yet it is still close enough that, weather permitting, one can easily walk down to the shops and restaurants in the main part of town. We would gladly recommend this inn and innkeeper to our friends and relatives.
5 on October 17, 2013
It was a treat to visit the Belmont Inn again. We stayed here in 2010 and left hoping to come back one day. We succeeded in doing just that staying three nights the last week in September. We love the Belmont Inn. The location is perfect for walking and exploring Camden. The Inn itself is beautiful and very comfortable. This time we stayed in the roomy Painted Lady. The best part of the Belmont Inn is Anita. She makes her guests feel welcome spending time at check-in getting to know you. Her recommendations for restaurants and things to do and see are spot on. Breakfast each day is a delight. Next time I want French toast! Again we hated to leave. Anita we hope to see you and the Belmont Inn in the not too distant future.
4.8 on August 29, 2013
The Belmont Inn is the quintessential bed and breakfast, from its welcoming wraparound front porch to its beautifully decorated and comfortable rooms. We started each morning with a delicious breakfast lovingly prepared by Anita and consisting of only the freshest (and tastiest!) ingredients. We then were able to set off on foot to discover Camden's charms or by car to visit the surrounding towns. Anita is a warm and gracious innkeeper whose knowledge of Camden and the surrounding area ensured that we would not be bored. We enjoyed our daily adventures and especially loved returning to the inn, where we would sit out on the cushioned wicker rockers with a glass of wine in hand and reminisce on the day.
5 on August 13, 2013
Anita was a wonderful host! She gave great suggestions for dining, drinks and sightseeing. The rooms were big and clean with great furnishings. The breakfast was the best we had all week. If you are planning a Maine trip you must stay with Anita for a few days. Great location to travel to Rockport, Rockland and Mt Battie. Short Walk to Camden.
4.6 on July 31, 2013
This is a charming inn shielded from all the tourist traffic in Camden yet accessible to the downtown. The innkeeper, Anita, is an excellent source of tourist information. She has visited most of the sites she recommends and is sensitive to the things you would like to see.
5 on July 31, 2013
that's what comes to mind when we reflect on our recent stay at The Belmont Inn. a beautifully appointed home tucked away on a peaceful back street literally 2 minutes walk to the centre of the town of Camden & some awesome restaurants. There is a large porch around the home with a well maintained garden surrounding it. You can sit out on the porch, sipping wine, listening to the birds and or the occasional spectacular thunderstorms.... we did. Anita is the owner/Innkeeper & what a love she is- therein comes the personal touch. Whatever we needed form advice regarding good restaurants to recommended places to visit/how to get there easily, Anita was there; she even had an ice chest on hand that we borrowed to go to the Lake with a picnic lunch. The breakfasts she produced were phenomenal-every day different (we were there a full week), home baked by Anita herself with pride as she should. Not only did they taste delicious but, they were so exquisitely presented that I had to take a photo of each one before eating it. The rooms at The Belmont Inn all have their own appointed theme such as "Country Charm" and country charm it was ! We took a look at the other rooms and decided that we have to come back to try them all out :) Anita obviously takes great pride in her place as well she should. Staying there was a memorable experience not to mention that we already miss the Innkeeper. Highly recommended !!!
5 on July 19, 2013
We stayed at the Belmont Inn recently with our family and it was the perfect place for us.The house is lovely and has been tastefully renovated. Our rooms were well appointed, perfectly maintained, and absolutely spotless. Anita does a great job of setting the house up for her guest's comfort, and she is a fountain of information and tips regarding the area. She's also a serious cook! The location is also perfect-5 minute walk into town. You'll love it.
Beachside, Countryside, Downtown, Mountains, Oceanside, Small town, Village
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 112 miles
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
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
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
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.
We are pleased to offer this special Land and Sea vacation package in partnership with the Maine Windjammer Association! Before or after your sailing adventure, explore the natural beauty of Camden with a 2 night land package priced at just $425, double occupancy, plus tax. * 2 consecutive nights accommodations in a queen room with private bath at the Belmont Inn * A full breakfast each day and full use of the Belmont Inn’s generous amenities. * A gourmet picnic lunch with lobster rolls and other local goodies to enjoy while exploring miles of well-groomed trails offering excellent hiking and spectacular coastline views. Before or after your stay, have the sailing adventure of a lifetime with a Windjammer Cruise Package. Help sail the ship or just sit back and enjoy the ever-changing scenery! * 2 to 6 day windjammer cruise aboard one of 8 vessels departing from Camden or Rockland. * Cozy accommodations, abundant wildlife, and plenty of time to go ashore to explore the islands and fishing villages. * All shipboard meals, activities and a lobster feast included. To book the cruise portion of your trip visit the Maine Windjammer Association at www.sailmainecoast.com or request sailing schedules by calling (800) 807-WIND. To book your stay, call us at the Belmont Inn!