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We celebrated our engagement weekend here in the penthouse and had an amazing stay!!! Sue went above and beyond to make our stay memorable...even getting my fiance's favorite cake and wine for her. This is a great property for anyone looking for a romantic getaway...More
My husband and I just stayed here for 2 nights. I booked it on the internet, just liked the name and the website but had no idea how special it really was. Looks like a mini castle with large beautiful grounds. Sue and Phillip, the...More
Words can not describe how incredible staying at the Norumbega Inn was. My father had just retired and my sister Michelle was sweet enough to treat us all to this magical stay in Maine. Walking into the castle was a moment to remember. Stepping back...More
The Norumbega is an absolute must for anyone visiting Maine and for any occasion. My wife and I stayed for our anniversary and we were properly spoiled. The inn keepers go out of their way to ensure a relaxing experience. Every room is unique and...More
If you are tired of the cookie cutter hotel rooms that are the norm these days we suggest that you stay with Sue and Peter here. I travel quite a lot for business and it was nice going to an inn that was not the...More
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From the front door of The Norumbega to downtown Rockland (Main St & Park Drive) where Lobster Fest is centered, it's 9.1 miles - about a 20 minute drive. Many visitors to the annual festival love staying in Camden, so they... More
From the front door of The Norumbega to downtown Rockland (Main St & Park Drive) where Lobster Fest is centered, it's 9.1 miles - about a 20 minute drive. Many visitors to the annual festival love staying in Camden, so they get a little bit of 'lobstah' and a lot of the Mid Coast!