Originally built by Elijah Glover, a local shipbuilder and logger, this Victorian style Home with Greek Revival features retains many of its original details, such as moldings carved by shipwrights, and the simple practical elegance characteristic of Mainers then and now. The innkeepers of the Circa 1854 Camden Windward House pride themselves on making their guests feel to home.
In the heart of the Historic District, and literally steps from the harbor and downtown the Camden Windward House is the perfect base camp from which to explore Camden, and its coastal surrounds; go, sail, hike, explore, dine, antique, and return home at the end of the day and relax with fresh brewed tea, hot gourmet coffee or a cocktail or aperitif of rare port or cognac. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Camden Windward House combines the mystique of Maine's nautical heritage with contemporary amenities such as free high speed wireless internet access.
All rooms feature king, queen, or twin sized non-allergenic feather beds, private baths, cozy sitting areas, a/c, phones, and televisions with VCR, and cable. Many rooms also offer fireplaces, private decks, DVD and Jacuzzis or deep claw-footed soaking tubs.
Camden Windward House offers a full-menu breakfast featuring seasonal fresh fruit, traditional Downeast entrees and scrumptious daily specials. All dishes are made to order from fresh local ingredients. Our location, fine accommodations and cuisine guarantee an unforgettable coastal Maine vacation at the Camden Windward House any time of the year.