Camden Harbour Inn, built in 1874, overlooks the harbor. In the 1800s, the village of Camden was a working seaport. At that time, steamships traveling in summer from Boston to Bangor would lay over in Camden, and passengers would disembark for overnight lodging at the Inn. Horse drawn carriages would pick up passengers at the pier and drive along the harbor's edge, through the village, and up the hill.
A designated Camden Historic Landmark. The Inn has more than twenty guest rooms located on the ground, second, and third floors. Each is furnished with period antiques and Victorian pieces. Some have decks, balconies, or patios; some have fireplaces; and all have private baths and telephones with voice mail, cable televisions and data ports.
Camden Harbour Inn
83 Bayview Street
Camden, Maine (ME) 04843
Harbor Inn, Camden ME
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