OK, I wrote a review for this place I discovered with my elderly mom in 2009. I decided to stay here again with a friend for 4 days this time since she really wanted to be right on the water. I had to prep her though because she is very picky when it comes to modern amenities. I'm pleased to say she fell in love with the place. Her comment was "Where else would we have been able to feel like we were on a secluded island facing he water paying these prices." As my previous review mentioned, the place isn't fancy. Expect more rustic then modern and be prepared for small annoyances. A door not shutting all the way, curtains that look like they were put up in the 70's, peeling paint on the outside. If you can prepare your mind ahead of time and drink in the setting, you will fall in love with this place. Our 1st night was a bit cool dropping down into the 40's. I remembered seeing a tiny wall heater that I thought would not be ample so I actually packed a small space heater. BOT was I wrong. I am shocked at the heat this wall unit put out. My friend who is normally always cold was so happy for a toasty cabin. Again the showers hot water was ample and the water pressure great. This time we did check out the small beach. Yikes the stairs were a bit scary but once down the isolated rocky beach was delightful. We found so many shells we made an impromptu installation. Our cabin #22 offers two double beds and a fantastic oceanfront view. Laying in bed at night listening to the waves crashing up against the rocks is the memory I miss the most. Up the road towards Linconville was a new cafe that had great breakfast items. These made for wonder breakfast on the porch in the morning. We also love the ample outside seating available. An affordable oceanfront experience in a town that isn't cheap. Thank you Beloins!
- Also Known As:
- Beloin`s On The Maine Coast Hotel
- Beloin`s On The Maine Coast Hotel Camden
- Beloin's On The Maine Coast Camden