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Everything was wonderful. The inn and property are beautiful, the staff are friendly and the food is amazing. We will definitely come back and stay again. It was everything we could have hoped for and more.
My husband surprised me with the stay at this place. The place is so beautiful. The grounds are also beautiful and well kept. It's also not to far from downtown Camden. This place is worth the trip and worth the price. The owners are great...More
We loved this Inn for our babymoon getaway. The staff is amazing, the house is interesting and beautiful, and the grounds are stunning. Breakfast should be Michelin rated! Things to note: 1) although close to downtown, the walk is unlit and the sidewalk is disjointed....More
This inn has beautiful, classic rooms that are spacious, clean and comfortable and decorated in period furnishings. Some of the rooms have partial ocean views. All of them have access to a couple of quiet balconies. The service was friendly and attentive and the breakfast...More
So glad we decided to stay here for one night on our Maine roadtrip. And did so on a Thursday so we could enjoy Chef Crispo’s tasting menu dinner offered on Mon. and Thurs. It’s so worth it. Inn is charming old house with history...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!
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