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My husband and I celebrated our anniversary here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Sue was friendly and accommodating and went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable and content. We felt like and King and Queen in a fairytale castle. The 3-course breakfast...More
My wife and I had a fantastic anniversary weekend getaway here. We stayed in the Library Room which was very unique and enjoyable. The owners were fantastic and really seem to care about the guests. I'd highly recomend this Inn for anyone looking to enjoy...More
My wife and I stayed here last fall for 2 nights. I wish it would have been longer. Camden is a quaint picturesque Maine town, and The Norumbega castle makes staying here a more complete experience. The rooms are 5 star, and the staff is...More
My husband and I stayed here and absolutely adore this place. It is so cozy and comfortable. Such a beautiful place. Sue is wonderful and Chef Phil's breakfast was to die for. I look forward to our next visit.
We visited Maine in the summer when I was a little girl. Driving past Norumbega Inn I vowed to stay here someday. That wish came true! Driving in the driveway I was so excited my dream finally came true. We were met by Phil and...More
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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!