Blue Harbor House

67 Elm Street, Camden, Maine 04843
Innkeeper(s): Annette and Terry Hazzard
 

Check us out in the Boston Globe! 14 Jul 2014, 6:15 am

We were fortunate enough to host a columnist for the Food Section of the Boston Globe. As she enjoyed her freshly prepared breakfast, and comfortable surroundings, she took notes. Those notes turned into the following; “Annette’s two-course gourmet breakfasts are one of the inn’s big pluses.”  “On our visit, fluffy Maine blueberry pancakes with sausage […]

The North Atlantic Blues Festival! 11 Jul 2014, 3:29 pm

This weekend, the 2 day musical extravaganza takes control of the majority of the Rockland Harbor Landing. The spectacle will feature nationally recognized blues musicians and bands, and visitors from all around New England are expected to attend. In addition to the great musical line up, the festival will also feature local food trucks, craft […]

Booking Last Minute? 8 Jul 2014, 5:32 pm

Snag a fantastic last minute deal on any remaining available rooms when you book within 72 hours of arrival!  Book online at www.blueharborhouse.com only. Prices from $125 (regular$149) inc full breakfast and Afternoon Tea. Comfortable, affordable, hospitable.  In  town, close to Harbor. Or call 1800 248 3198 Special offer not available on third party websites.  Some […]

The Niña and The Pinta! – Discover Columbus’ ships in the Camden Harbor! 25 Jun 2014, 9:27 pm

For a short time this next week, two amazing vessels are docked right here, inside of our very own Camden Harbor. The Niña is in fact the most historically accurate Columbus replica ship that’s ever been built. The Pinta, although larger and more accommodating to tours and private parties or charters, accompanies her “sister ship” […]

Happy Summer Solstice 2014! 20 Jun 2014, 6:35 pm

It’s a special day, (the longest in fact) from sunrise to sunset of the entire calendar year. The “solstice” as it’s called is technically “official” at 6:51 a.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on Saturday morning. By it’s definition, the word solstice is from the Latin solstitium from sol (sun) and stitium (to stop), because it appears the sun stops at the solstice. […]

Out for a stroll? Beauchamp Point – Rockport, Maine 15 Jun 2014, 5:46 pm

We highly recommend walking and hiking around Beauchamp Point in Rockport! Scenic views of the town, beautiful vistas with island views, and Rockport Harbor are among the many things you’ll see along the way.  Year round residents and those visiting for the Summer are welcome to park (respectfully) along the road, and take off from […]

Let’s go for a swim! 10 Jun 2014, 4:12 pm

Shirttail Point is one of our favorites, Terry is a certified diving instructor, and that’s where the lessons are held. It’s easy access from the main road, and has ample parking, and a nice grassy area for a picnic or a lounge. If you’re here in Camden at the moment, the crowds of people have […]

Hiking in Camden – Maiden’s Cliff 5 Jun 2014, 3:59 pm

As a family, we love to hike. One of our favorite hike’s that we take here locally in Camden is up the stunning “Maiden’s Cliff”, in Camden’s National Park. At 800 feet in height, it’s one of Camden’s top sightseeing attractions, most noted from the ground by the white cross at the lookout point.  A […]

Pachyderm Pals at Hope Elephants in Hope, Maine! 25 May 2014, 4:26 pm

Meet Rosie and Opal, two Asian Elephants that were rescued from the circus after 40+ years of “service.” Having needs for extensive medical care, it was quite the blessing that they ended up in the quiet little town of Hope, Maine. Thank Dr. Jim Laurita and his brother Tom for that. Jim, a circus veterinarian […]

Lobster SUP CUP to bring elite paddleboard racing to the Midcoast. 27 Jul 2013, 7:16 am

Elite stand-up paddleboard racing has arrived in Midcoast Maine! This August the area will host a two-day, 26-mile stand-up paddleboard (SUP) race, called the “Lobster SUP CUP.” The race runs from Rockport Harbor to Lincolnville Beach on August 10 and from Lincolnville Beach to Belfast August 11. Two days of open-water paddling over that distance […]
 
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