Classic New England
Romantic and comfortably elegant, the Belmont Inn has been a welcoming home-away-from-home for travelers since the 1920s. Built as a family home in 1891, this free classic Victorian has lovely wraparound porches, wood-burning fireplaces in the first-floor living room and dining room, large perennial gardens and the understated but charming architectural details of a home built in the late 19th century.
The inn’s 6 guest rooms each has its own unique character and every guest has a special favorite. All rooms are carefully and tastefully decorated and all offer the important modern amenities. 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 served on the lovely breakfast porch, the Belmont Inn offers treats for all the senses.
Camden is a quintessential New England village nestled between the mountains and the sea and the Belmont Inn is nestled right in the center of Camden, one quiet block off of busy Route 1. It’s an easy walk to the harbor and to shops, galleries, casual and fine dining restaurants, and the beautiful Camden Public Library (where 85% of Camden residents have a library card!) with Harbor Park on one side of the library and the outdoor Bok Amphitheatre on the other side.