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Blue Harbor House Star Rating 3        
67 Elm Street

This quaint, upscale B&B in an 1810 Colonial-style home is a mile from Camden Harbor and 6 miles from Lincolnville Beach.The 11 country-chic rooms and suites have en suite bathrooms, iPod docks and free Wi-Fi, plus flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms and suites add claw-foot tubs, fireplaces and private entrances.
Camden Harbour Inn Star Rating 3        
83 Bayview Street

Perched on a hill, this posh hotel overlooking Penobscot Bay is a 2-minute walk from both Chestnut Street Historic District and Bay Chamber Concerts.Luxe rooms offer free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and minibars, plus magazines and bottles of Prosecco. Plush suites add fireplaces.
Camden Maine Stay Inn Star Rating 3        
22 High St.

Set on 1 grassy acre in the High Street Historic District, this elegant B&B in a stately 1802 home is 9 miles from the Farnsworth Art Museum and 10 miles from Camden Hills State Park.Warm, country-style rooms and suites offer en suite bathrooms, iPod docks and complimentary Wi-Fi. Some add sitting areas, fireplaces, private patios and/or TVs with DVD players.
Camden Riverhouse Hotel and Inns Star Rating 2        
11 Tannery Lane

Within a mile of a deli, restaurants and the harbor, this property including a hotel and an extended-stay inn is 0.8 miles from the Mount Battie trailhead.Classic rooms feature free Wi-Fi, cable TV and minifridges; upgraded rooms offer microwaves.
Camden Windward House Star Rating 3        
6 High Street

A block from Camden Harbor, this traditional B&B in a 19th-century Greek Revival-style house is also a 5-minute walk from the Camden Opera House.The 5 rooms and 3 suites are individually decorated and feature private bathrooms (some with claw-foot or whirlpool tubs), free WiFi and cable TV. Select rooms have private decks or patios.
Cedar Crest Inn Camden (Maine) Star Rating 2        
115 Elm Street

This breezy, long-running motel situated back from the road is 0.7 miles from the Camden Village Green and a 2-minutes walk from Merryspring Nature Center.Free WiFi is available in all classic rooms, along with cable TV and coffeemakers.
Grand Harbor Inn Star Rating 3        
14 Bay View Landing

Overlooking Camden Harbor, this upscale boutique hotel is a 3-minute walk from Camden Town Opera House and 10 miles from Camden Hills State Park.The 10 sophisticated rooms are warmly furnished featuring private balconies offering harbor views, as well as bathrooms with whirlpool tubs and rainfall showers. All have gas fireplaces, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers.
Hartstone Inn & Hideaway Star Rating 3.5        
41 Elm Street

Dating back to 1835, this Victorian-style B&B is a 3-minute walk from the water and 8.4 miles from the Farnsworth Art Museum.Refined rooms and suites all feature private bathrooms (most en suite), original artwork, designer toiletries, iPod docks, WiFi access and TVs with DVD players.
Hawthorn Inn Star Rating 3        
9 High Street

Within walking distance of Downtown shops and restaurants, this sophisticated Queen Anne Victorian inn with landscaped grounds is 5 miles from Bald Mountain Preserve and 8.7 miles from Rockland.The 10 polished rooms and suites are individually decorated and offer free Wi-Fi, cable TV and DVD players; some add claw-foot tubs and/or 2-person Jacuzzis.
Inns at Blackberry Common Star Rating 3        
82 Elm Street

Set on 2 acres of gardens, this quaint, upscale B&B in a Victorian-era home, an adjacent carriage house and a Colonial cottage is 3 blocks from Camden Harbor and 11 miles from Camden Hills State Park.Charming, individually decorated rooms feature private bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add kitchenettes, gas fireplaces, canopy beds, and claw-foot or whirlpool tubs.
 
 
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Camden is a town in Knox County, Maine, United States. The population was 4,850 at the 2010 census. The population of the town more than triples during the summer months, due to tourists and summer residents.