The Youngtown Inn is a classic 1810 farmhouse built proudly upon two centuries of New England heritage. This grand old house was the center of Young family poultry and dairy farm for more than seven generations. Our intimate Inn offers six comfortable and tastefully decorated guest rooms with private baths. Some rooms offer queen canopy or sleigh beds, balconies and fireplaces. All rooms offer the convenience of free wireless internet. Seasonal rates available. The Youngtown Inn Restaurant offers elegant dining in gracious surroundings. Chef/owner Manuel Mercier draws upon his French heritage and European training to create an array of traditionally prepared dishes. Please take a moment to review one of the restaurant's sample menus as well as their extensive wine cellar offerings. Nestled in the Camden Hills, the inn is just five minutes away from Camden Harbor. Located halfway between Boothbay and Bar Harbor, it is the ideal location for exploring the Midcoast Region.
5 on October 19, 2015
My husband and I had vacationed in the Camden area several years ago and had the good fortune to have dinner at the Youngstown Inn. We were so impressed with the food and atmosphere, that when the last minute opportunity arose for us to get away for the Columbus Day weekend, we were lucky enough to be able to book a room at this beautiful inn. It turned out to be a perfect weekend. Our hosts, the Merciers, were friendly and lovely to deal with and our room was charming with a gas fireplace and a walk out porch with a staircase leading to the outdoors. There were also some nice touches like a large upstairs sitting room with a tv, hot coffee, tea, hot chocolate and fresh cookies available each day. The daily breakfasts were wonderful and our dinner was one of the best meals we can remember. The inn is just a short ride to the town of Camden, with its shops and restaurants. The good weather was a bonus and allowed us to enjoy the foliage and scenery. We will definitely be back.
4.8 on August 26, 2015
The Youngtown Inn should be on your bucket list if what you are seeking is a charming inn, gracious hosts, incredible food, and friendly guests. The smells wafting from the chef/owner's kitchen will have you scrambling to make dinner reservations. The breakfasts are also amazingly delicious - two fabulous courses served with first class imagination. Treat yourself to a stay and be prepared to feast on fine food and experience attentive service. Enjoy dinner, breakfast, and delightful conversation at the Youngtown Inn.
4.8 on August 05, 2015
Old, charming and beautifully renovated for comfort, the Youngtown Inn had us in awe the first time we came out for dinner in 2013, so much so that we've made a detour to stay there for 2 nights these last 2 years. The Mericiers are the ideal hosts, genuinely warm and attentive to their guests needs. Manuel is an excellent French chef, so the dinners are extremely fine, with an exceptionally good wine list to complement them. The breakfasts (included in the room fee) are also a treat. Of all the inns we've known in this country and Europe this one is the finest.
4.8 on May 13, 2015
Decorated like a French country auberge, Youngtown Inn & Restaurant is a delight to the senses! Manuel is a master in the kitchen and Maryann's warmth and friendliness made our recent stay so very special! This is an exceptional B&B which we would love to return to!
4.0 on October 12, 2014
One of several visits to this Inn. Good as usual.
3.8 on October 09, 2014
We expect to return again!
5 on September 17, 2014
The inn is beautiful and immaculate; the owners warm amd welcoming; the food is fabulous (breakfast every morning exceeded all expectations); and every possible detail for a comfortable stay is anticipated and provided. We stayed a week and enjoyed every minute of our stay.
3.6 on September 07, 2014
A perfectly acceptable room, but obviously this B & B is focused on the chef's delicious meals. Close to Camden. Country feel.
3.2 on September 01, 2014
The room we stayed in was nice and comfortable and had a private deck. Still, we're getting on e higher side, price-wise, when it comes to B&Bs so additional amenities such as a small fridge would be a suggestion. The real draw is the restaurant, which was excellent. The passion here lies in the kitchen. The owner is a trained French chef and his skill shines at dinnertime. Our meal was excellent and I would recommend dinner to anyone in the area (staying at the Inn is not required to reserve a table in the evening). Hours are from 6-8pm only.
4.2 on August 28, 2014
Comfortable, friendly, a totally enjoyable experience.
by the lake, hiking trails, cellardoor winery, Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 50 miles
From the South (Boston): Take I-95 North to Maine Turnpike (I 95). Just past Portland, take exit 52 to I 295. Follow I-295 to Route 1 Coastal Exit 28 (Bath / Brunswick) . Follow Rt. 1 along the coast through Waldoboro, turn left onto Rt. 90. Continue on Rt. 90 until it intersects Rt. 1 Rockport. Turn left and continue into Camden on Rt. 1. Travel through the town of Camden and turn left on Rt. 52 (Camden Library). The Inn is located 4.5 miles on your right just past Lake Megunticook.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, National/State parks, Nature area, restaurant on site, wine bar and full liquor on site, 1/2 mile from cellardoor winery, lake megunticook, camden hills state prak, Vineyard
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Desk, Library, TV Video games, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
multi courses gourmet
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian