Camden Village House is located in a lovely residential part of Camden and is just a 5 minute's walk to downtown shops, restaurants, and the harbor.
The house itself was built in 1925 and has 2000 square feet of living space. The kitchen is large, with a breakfast table and brand-new appliances. Off the kitchen is a small half bath. In the living room you will find elegant seating areas, a writing desk and a grand piano. There is a smaller family room off to the side of the living room which offers seating in front of an electric fireplace and a flatscreen TV. Free WiFi is available on site. The glassed-in front porch provides additional space to relax and read a book. Upstairs you will find three good-sized bedrooms, each with ample closet space. Bedroom #1 has a king bed; bedroom #2 has a queen bed and a private bathroom; bedroom #3 is a little smaller with two twin beds. There is a shared full bath just outside of bedroom #3. A laundry with washer and dryer is located in the basement. Gardens surround the home and in the summertime are home to beautiful flowers. For those who love to cook outdoors, a grill is available at the back of the house. There are ample amenities provided to meet your vacationing needs. Just arrive and feel at home in spectacular Camden!
The 2 floors of the house is available to guests, as well as the basement laundry room. There is one parking space available in the driveway. Other cars will need to park on the street in front of the house.
Interaction with guests
Melanie Scofield is the Camden Village House property manager and will available to help you during your stay.
Reservations for available dates can be made for at least seven-day stays, starting on a Saturday. Upon confirmation of your reservation we will email a rental agreement to you for signature. We will provide damage insurance for your stay at no additional cost.
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Melanie and her family live in beautiful Rockport. Melanie is the director of the Earthwalk School of Herbal Traditions. She leads workshops, courses, and medicinal plant walks in Midcoast Maine.