For two consecutive years, we have vacationed in Camden and stayed at the Youngtown Inn—as a matter of fact, the inn was one of the reasons we came back to Maine the second time.
There's plenty to rave about, though most of it has already been said here on TripAdvisor: the rooms are clean and cozy, the food is incredible, and Manuel and Mary Ann are awesome. (How they are not the subject of a sitcom, we haven't figured out yet.) Breakfast each morning consists of muffins or croissants, fresh fruit, and an entree along the lines of stuffed french toast or a potato pancake with a scrambled egg and smoked salmon on top.
If you're lucky enough to dine there, too, the chocolate truffle cake is to die for. (Seriously. We come from the town where they make Death By Chocolate [i.e., Williamsburg, VA] and know whereof we speak. Between the two, we'll take Manuel's truffle cake.)
The inn is conveniently located but just withdrawn enough from town to be nice and quiet, so you can kick back and relax. Mary Ann is charming and amiable, and she knows everything about everywhere you might want to go. There's even coffee and cookies set out when you get back from adventuring in the area. A great time, and a great place to stay. John and Kathy
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you are looking for a more personalized, unique, boutique style experience, simplicity where "guests feel incredibly connected with our destination and the local way of life." Then look no further. The Youngtown Inn is a classic 1810 farmhouse built proudly upon two centuries of New England heritage. This grand old house was the center of the Young family's poultry and dairy farm for more than seven generations. Our intimate inn offers six comfortable and romantic guestrooms, each with a private en-suite bath. Some rooms offer queen canopy or sleigh beds, balconies and fireplaces. Located only 1 mile from Maine largest Vineyard and Winery "Cellardoor Winery" check all their special events. All rooms offer generous amenities and the convenience of free wireless internet. The tastefully decorated guest rooms, sunny verandas, broad pumpkin pine floors, and brick fireplaces capture the warm feel of beautiful rural Maine. Located along Route 52 near Lake Megunticook, it is the perfect vacationing spot for exploring the mid-coast of Maine, taking ferry rides to nearby islands, swimming, boating, visiting the area's quaint shops, the Nature Conservancy and concerts at the Opera House as well as the Lobster Festival in nearby Rockport. In winter, the Camden Snow Bowl is a major attraction. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Youngtown Inn Bed And Breakfast Maine/Lincolnville