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Our stay was perfect in every way! The staff was welcoming, attentive and accommodating. The atmosphere was cozy, elegant and inviting... especially the warm, crackling fireplaces and delicious port. Our room (The Adrundle) was plenty spacious for the two of us with wonderful amenities such...More
The innkeeper, Susan, can have a flurry of things going on all around her, but she is always genuinely happy to cater to your every need. Her hospitality trickles down through all her staff. They all are lovely and helpful. She has made sure that...More
I stopped in Camden on my way to family Thanksgiving and had the chance to eat brunch here on my journey - with a view of snowy flurries out the window and a warm fire inside. Fresh coffee and juice, sweet and savory mini-pastries, and...More
This property was really more of a small inn than other bed and breakfasts we have been to. The location is half mile from downtown Camden and we walked daily rather than bother with traffic and parking. It is a mile drive to the main...More
We had a delightful time at The Norumbega Inn. It started with a warm welcome and Sue gave us dinner and sightseeing recommendations. Our room was large and pleasant and faced onto the front. Perhaps the bathroom was bijoux but this is befitting a remodeled...More
With stunning views of the Penobscot Bay, The Norumbega is in the quiet historic neighborhood in Camden, just a few minutes' walk from the bustling center of town. The castle provides an experience like …Moreno other in the Mid-Coast of Maine. Featuring both extraordinary lodging and cuisine, The Norumbega focuses on 'simple things done exceptionally well'. We feature fresh, local ingredients in our breakfasts (included in your stay) and dinner (an option for our guests). The Norumbega offers a chance for our guests to indulge, be comfortable and relax in an environment that is graciously distinguished - whether in the castle itself or outside on its four acres of lawn and gardens . Enjoy the fantastic craftsmanship and woodwork of days gone by coupled with modern amenities, delicious food and hosts that love what they do. Whether for an overnight stay or a visit for a week, there is always something new to discover and fantastic food prepared by Chef Phil to enjoy. We look forward to seeing you soon! Less
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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!