Stayed here on a Weds night mid-May in the Copper Beech Suite. Abigail's is a 4 room B&B in a house
dating from 1849. Jefferson Davis allegedly slept here one night in the late 1850's. The Copper Beech room
is very large & nice. Good bed, good bathroom. Fairly priced. Breakfast was very good. Nice innkeepers,
helpful but not intrusive.The Inn is about a 5-10 minute walk from the main street of Camden, which has some cute stores and good restaurants. Also, about a mile North on Rte 1 is the Camden State Park, which has really nice views from the top of the hill (they call it a mountain,l but we are from Colorado, and believe me, it is not a mountain).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Come stay at one of Camden, Maine's most intimate Bed & Breakfasts with private off-street parking in a great location - just steps from the center of town and the harbor. Choose from one of our 4 well appointed guest rooms, enjoy a delicious breakfast and then start off on your daily adventure - sailing, hiking, kayaking, shopping, dining, or just kicking back on our large front porch. Come rest, relax, and leave the car behind. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Abigail's Inn Camden, Maine