The Castle Unique on Coastal Maine
I used to be a travel writer for Country Inns Magazine and still go to inns, particularly in New England. This is one of my favorite places. The ambience is old-world England, very refined and elegant but still a little countrified, like an English country manor. Lots of antiques, warm wooden floors, a setting on the ocean with a lawn and gardens that sweep down to Penobscot Bay. It is within walking distance to the charming village of Camden where again a countrified sophistication bespeaks volumes about this village--fine restaurants, two top notch bookstores, antiques, a renowned used bookstore, and lovely made-in-Maine gift shops. There's also hiking, kayaking. Once you roam around town, you can return to the Norumbega for hors d'oeuvres and drinks, or sit by a crackling fire in your room. Each room is different. Some have turrets. Fireplaces. Different decor. One is a library. There also is a Penthouse Suite. Breakfasts are deluxe and tasty. There are always homemade chocolate chip cookies for guests. The Norumbega is a civilized home away from home in a charming village.
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