Surrounded by great natural beauty, the Belmont Inn still feels like it could be a family home from a by-gone era. Romantic and comfortably elegant, this 1890 Queen Anne Victorian with clean lines and spacious rooms has lovely wraparound porches, wood burning fireplaces in common areas and beautiful perennial gardens. From soft, fluffy towels and freshly ironed quality bed linens, to soft music, fresh flowers from the garden, a glass of wine on the porch and a full made-from-scratch breakfast using the best local ingredients, the Belmont Inn offers treats for all the senses.
Travel back in time to authentic old New England, stay at the lovingly cared for Belmont Inn, and have the experience of a lifetime.
Camden, Maine is the quintessential New England village nestled between the mountains and the sea. And the Belmont Inn is nestled right in the center of the village, one quiet block off of busy Route 1.
It’s an easy walk to Camden’s special harbor and to shops, galleries, casual and fine dining restaurants, and the beautiful Camden Public Library with Harbor Park on one side of the library and the outdoor Bok Amphitheatre on the other side. Camden Hills State Park on the edge of town offers great hiking and spectacular views of Penobscot Bay and its many islands.
There’s skiing, snow shoeing and tobogganing in the winter; the peaceful intimacy of early spring as the trees slowly turn that lovely color of spring green and maple sap gets turned into the world’s best maple syrup over fast-burning wood fires; golfing, biking, swimming, birding, kayaking, canoeing and just hanging out in the warm weather; and the breathtaking glory of Indian summers.
The midcoast of Maine, the town of Camden and the Belmont Inn really do offer special opportunities to enjoy nature and the people, culture, foods, history and architecture of New England year round. Come, join us, for a special time away that you will never forget.Check Availability
Below are directions to the Belmont Inn. We are conveniently located near area attractions such as Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.
From Boston and points South:
Drive north on Interstate 95 from Boston.
At Portland, Maine, take Exit 52 to I-295N. Continue on I-295 to Exit 28 towards Brunswick/Coastal Route 1.
From there, follow Route 1 North which will lead you through several small towns. Six (6) miles north of Waldoboro, turn left onto Route 90.
Follow Route 90 until it intersects with Route 1 North again, at Rockport. Turn left and follow Route 1 into Camden.
Just as you are about to enter the heart of Camden village, you’ll see a flashing red light and a stop sign in the middle of the street (the Stop ‘n Go convenience store and gas station will be on your right). Turn right. A few hundred feet along that road, the roadway bends right. You will not turn with it but will go straight ahead to Belmont Avenue. (Caution, oncoming cars have the right of way.) The Belmont Inn is just ahead on your left.
Long-term parking is behind the inn although you are welcome to pull up in front to unload your bags.Check Availability