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A romantic, luxurious and historic Inn. The charm and elegance of this grand old New England home brought Karen Brown to name it "Warmest Welcome in New England". The Camden Maine Stay Inn is a grand old home located in the historic district of one of America's most beautiful seaside villages. Come and taste the History and the Tradition of Maine with the Italian accent of Roberta and Claudio Latanza.
5 on May 07, 2017
Very beautiful property close to town (4 minute) walk. The owners were very friendly and gracious. We stayed in the common ground room and loved it. Private, comfy, and lots of space to just relax, outside private porch felt like home. Highly recommend this as a great relaxing, romantic getaway. ¿¿
4.0 on April 27, 2017
My daughter and I stayed at the Maine Stay for the third tiime this past weekend. Roberta and Claudio greeted us like old friends. They helped us plan our itinerary, discussed restaurants, and made sure we had reservations. We had a wonderful weekend in spite of the weather! Lighthouses, museums, and great meals! Could not recommend it more highly.
4.8 on November 24, 2016
Stayed for 2 nights in August. Felt at home right away. Very welcoming. Stayed in the suit. Plenty of room. Very nice . The entire stay was great. The hosts were wonderful.
5 on October 14, 2016
We stayed at Camden Maine Stay Inn for our 15 anniversary. We had stayed here 15 years ago and we loved it so much we came back. Although different owners than our first stay, our experience was has wonderful as the first time. We loved our room (Common Ground Suite), the breakfasts were delicious and the owners were fun to be around. A few days after we arrived home, we received a large envelope from the owners containing a souvenir we left behind that we didn't realize that we forgot. Great experience and would definitely stay here again!
5 on August 22, 2016
We stayed in the Amelia Huse suite, it was very comfortable. Lots of good advice from our hosts about the surrounding area.
5 on July 23, 2016
Our stay at Camden Maine Stay Inn was a dream! Roberta and Claudio were wonderful hosts. The house was clean, quiet and conveniently located for exploring, shopping and dining in Camden. Highly recommend!
4.8 on July 18, 2016
Stayed one night on our way to PEI. Lovely and beautiful rooms and very kind inn keepers!
4.2 on June 29, 2016
Our stay in Camden Maine Stay Inn was most satisfactory. The owners are very nice, helpful and interesting people! The house is a beauty. We had delicious breakfasts. And, there is also a wonderful garden to enjoy. One cannot ask for more!
5 on June 01, 2016
We absolutely loved this place. It is the perfect location and accomodation and the hosts could not possibly be more professional or wonderful. I would recommend this to anyone any time
4.2 on October 12, 2015
The owners are fabulous hosts and full of local knowledge and great itinerary suggestions. I very much enjoyed all the common rooms. Their breakfast room out on the porch is really fabulous and the breakfast was always superb.
The windows of this room look towards north and east. An antique brass and iron queen bed contributes to give this room a lovely cozy cottage feeling. There is a private bathroom with a walk-in shower. The sink is in the room. We are delighted to name this room in honor of Peter and Donny Smith and Diana Robson. They were the second owners of the Camden Maine Stay Inn and were famous for their three-part harmony. They definitely achieved an almost legendary status as innkeepers. You will find on one wall a photograph of the twins, Donny and Diana. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the SECOND FLOOR.
The memory of the Pilgrims who landed in Plymouth in 1620 is alive in this room. It’s said that John Alden was the first passenger to set foot on Plymouth Rock. One of his direct descendants was Alden Bass, a carpenter. He built what is now Camden Maine Stay Inn. Forget the typical hotel lodging behind, and enjoy the comfortable sitting room with its inviting, warm gas fireplace, an armchair and a pull-out couch. The living room features also a TV with a DVD player. The bedroom has a queen brass bed and a nice bathroom. Most of the floor boards in this room are over 16 inches wide. The sitting room looks toward Camden’s historic High Street, while the bedroom overlooks our beautiful garden. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This suite is on the SECOND FLOOR.
This is a corner room full of light. It overlooks our garden with dogwood trees and the woods. Our garden is located one full floor below this room, from where you can see our barn, a brook and the paths that wind through our wooded glen, but, most of all, you will see flowers and trees. The room has a beautiful brass queen bed inlaid with dogwood flowers made of mother-of-pearl. The room is completed with two comfortable armchairs and a private bathroom with a walk-in shower. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the FIRST FLOOR.
The morning sun comes through the three windows of this bright and cheerful corner room with two twin beds. It is located in front of the house, overlooking High Street and looks out at a group of wonderful old white homes — all listed in the National Register of Historic Places. In the bathroom there is a six-foot soak tub and shower. Bob and Sally Tierney, together with Bruce and Pat Hunt, were the first to recognize the potential of the Huse-McKay house as a bed and breakfast inn, therefore the room carries their name. The inn’s beautiful kitchen, with its grand old Queen Atlantic stove, reflects their personality and style. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the SECOND FLOOR.
This room looks over a wooded glen. You won’t see any house from here, but it’s easy to see the animals that reside in the State Park behind our house. They often come snacking on our tulips or hostas. This room is delightful, with its queen-size bed and leaded glass panels. The room’s private bathroom has a walk-in shower. The room is named after Bob and Juanita Topper, who were the third owners of Camden Maine Stay Inn. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the SECOND FLOOR.
Maine is famous for its agricultural fairs. They celebrate harvest and mark the beginning of our long winters. The Common Ground Fair is one of the most popular. Our Common Ground Room at Camden Maine Stay Inn honors this theme displaying posters from past fairs. A high-beamed ceiling, charming gas stove and Maine Cottage furniture all design a very cozy room. It has a queen bed, a sitting area with a couch and armchair. It has a TV and a DVD player. French doors open to a lovely private terrace. You can enjoy our beautiful garden from the sitting area outside. The bathroom with shower and soaking tub complete this accommodation. This is definitely a romantic room for your mid-coast Maine honeymoon or for a romantic getaway for two. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the SECOND FLOOR.
The Carriage House room has been chosen by Harper’s Bazaar and Vacations magazine as their preferred Camden Maine Stay Inn guestroom. In the back of the house and right on the garden, this large room has a queen bed, private bathroom with a walk-in shower, many books, a gas stove and a French door opening onto a charming stone patio tucked in between the room and the barn. On a side there is a small TV. It’s a lovely, private bedroom, perfect for a romantic vacation or weekend getaway. Air-conditioned. Complimentary Wi-Fi in this room and throughout the inn. This room is on the GARDEN LEVEL.
In 1840 Amelia Huse together with her husband Jonathan renovated the Camden Maine Stay Inn giving it its classic New England appearance. All the third floor belongs to this suite, which stands in an area where once were three separate bedrooms. There is an interesting collection of furnishings like the end tables once part of old sewing machine bases. The living room is furnished with a sofa, a comfortable armchair, a fireplace, a small desk and a TV with a DVD player. You can write a note at the desk, or just look out at the beautiful historic homes that line High Street. The bedroom is located at the rear of the house and offers nice views of our garden, the woods and Mount Battie. Its bed is an antique iron queen bed. The cozy adjoining bedroom has a high 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. This suite is on the THIRD FLOOR.
Mountains, Oceanfront, Oceanview, Small town
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 85 miles
In the Historic District, north of village center on US Rt 1, on High Street (US Rt 1).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Hiking and Snowshoeing, Art Museums, Golf, Historical sites, Arts and Crafts, Sailing, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Copier, Electric vehicle charging, Fax Machine, Ironing Board, Parking, Telephone, VCR , One acre garden
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi, iPhone docking station
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, 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, Tennis courts, Water sports
Roberta & Claudio Latanza
English, German, Italian, Spanish
Claudio and Roberta are natives of Italy and lived in Rome. They married in 1995 and since, travelled to the US every year. The more they travelled throughout this country, the more they felt at home. They are both devoted to nature. Roberta, born in Milan, displays her great taste in interior design. She’s a passionate gardener. She is fluent in English, German and Italian. Claudio, born in Taranto loves music, travel and (like any Italian) soccer. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Italian.