When you come down the driveway and see the ocean sparkling through the trees and gardens, smell the salty tang of the ocean and feel the cooling ocean breeze on your face, you’ll realize you have made the perfect choice. Romance is about indulging your senses, and everything about the Inn at Sunrise Point does just that. Our award-winning oceanfront Camden, Maine Bed and Breakfast located is a secluded hideaway sitting directly on the waterfront. All of our guest rooms and cottages in our Camden inn have ocean views, private decks, and fireplaces, plus the service and luxury amenities of AAA four-diamond, Select Registry accommodations. Set on five secluded acres with private access to the rocky shoreline, our luxury Camden lodging gently tugs at you, saying relax, smell the flowers, listen to the waves rolling ashore, see the sail boats drifting almost close enough to touch and just the right distance for a friendly wave.
Our coastal Maine Inn is a romantic oceanfront hideaway just minutes from the charming village of Camden. After washing away the memory of traffic and noisy, crowded places in your spacious rain shower, slip into a plush robe and wander barefoot onto your private deck with a glass of chilled champagne and a home baked cookie. Sleep soundly on crisply pressed linen bedding in the wonderful sea air, comforted by the gentle murmur of waves outside your window. Awake to the breathtaking sight of the sunrise across Penobscot Bay before enjoying a sumptuous breakfast in our Camden Bed and Breakfast Inn’s sunlit conservatory. Later in the day, enjoy a glass of fine wine in our cherry-paneled library—a cozy nook with superb ocean views, books about Maine and a great selection of music and movies.
Camden, with its picturesque harbor and famous windjammer fleet, and neighboring Lincolnville Beach, are located in one of the most beautiful parts of the Maine Coast. And our luxury inn is only two miles from the entrance to Camden Hills State Park and Mount Battie, which offer spectacular views of Camden Harbor, Penobscot Bay with its many islands, inland lakes and mountains, plus large portions of the Maine Coast. On a clear day you can see all the way to Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain, so take a drive to the top or hike one of the twenty trails. Fifteen minutes south is beautiful Rockport harbor, and just beyond that is Rockland, Maine, home to the Farnsworth Art Museum and over twenty art galleries. Lighthouses, lobster fishing villages, and unique arts and crafts are all within a few miles of this coastal Maine Inn.