The Hawthorn Inn is situated just steps from picturesque Camden Harbor and Camden village, featuring the beautiful sailing waters of Penobscot Bay and spectacular views of Mt. Battie. The Hawthorn Inn is the perfect accommodation from which to explore the entire Midcoast region of Maine.
The Hawthorn Inn offers elegant lodging and romantic vacation getaway accommodations with beautiful décor, Jacuzzis, soaking tubs, fireplaces, and private decks with seasonal harbor views. Experience the romance of this spacious Midcoast Maine retreat in pampered luxury—candlelight, fresh flowers, sumptuous robes. Savor a two course breakfast on the terrace and decks in summer and in the sunny dining room or cozy library in winter.
This building housed horses and horse-drawn carriages until the early part of the 20th century when it became a barn. The Carriage House now boasts four spacious, romantic rooms, one with king bed, three with queen beds; all with super-size, two-person Jacuzzi tubs, seasonal views of the gardens and harbor, private decks and TV/DVDs. Three suites have gas-log fireplaces. The rooms are peaceful and quiet; not a sound from the outside world enters your private retreat, except the soothing Rock Brook, which flows past the Hawthorn Inn on its way to Camden Harbor. The rooms face East, the Harbor and Camden's magnificent sunrise.
Spacious common rooms in the Main House include a library, a front parlor and a dining room. From the dining room is a door to two-tiered deck and dining terrace with abundant plants and patio garden. Breakfast is served on the terrace in good weather during spring, summer and fall. The terrace is a perfect place for weddings and other events.
Up the winding staircase in the Main House on the second floor are four rooms with private baths. On the main floor of the Main House is a spacious room wiht a king size bed and private bath. On the lower level of the Main House is a room with a full size bed and Victorian soaking tub. This room also offers a second sitting room with a daybed.