Whitehall Inn Historic Lodging with Restaurant
An historic Inn with restaurant and bar, the Whitehall Inn, in Camden is one of the first summer resort inns in the area. Whitehall has a restaurant called Vincents and an adjoining bar. Whitehall’s celebrity claim is that Edna St. Vincent Millay worked there and was “discovered” when she recited a poem of hers for guest. The charming common areas and porch are a delightful place to enjoy summer breezes and imagine what it must have been like in 1911 when the Whitehall Inn first opened.
The Whitehall Inn is located near the Camden Hills State Park at the foot of Mt. Battie. The Inn is a short walk from Camden Village.
Whitehall is an historic full service Inn that blends modern amenities with the charm of a bygone era. 40 rooms at affordable prices with a full menu breakfast included. All rooms feature flat screen t.v.s Stearns and Foster mattresses, imported sheets and towels, and goose down pillows and comforters. The proprietors offer you to “Relax on our famous porch while enjoying an aperitif from our gossip bar then join us for world class dining in our Vincent’s Restaurant.”
The proprietors of the Whitehall Inn tout the celebrity guest roster, “Guests Have Included A King- A Us president- Many Fabled Screen Stars And Sports Heroes- A supermodel- Legendary Tv Anchormen And World Renowned singer-Songwriters. Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet Edna St. vincent Millay Performed Her 1st Public Recital And Was discovered At The Inn In 1912. Two Motion Pictures Have Been partly Filmed At The Inn.” The Whitehall Inn in Camden Maine is the oldest Inn in the town and full of historic charm.
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