Inns at Blackberry Common | Camden, Maine

Inns at Blackberry Common is a bed and breakfast consisting of three properties next to each other, located just three blocks from Camden village and harbour, surrounded by over an acre of lush gardens.

The buildings are the 1849 Victorian Blackberry Inn, its adjacent Carriage House, and the colonial simplicity of the 1806 Elms building. The buildings have been beautifully renovated, retaining the period features while giving guests modern comforts. Every morning a multi course breakfast is served in the dining room or garden patio.


There are eighteen guest rooms rated in three categories: Premier Accommodations, Elegant Fireplace Rooms, and Classic Inn Rooms. Each room is uniquely decorated and appointed, with a range of bedroom sizes, views and amenities.

Why We Like It

Inns at Blackberry Common is a plush, home from home, bed and breakfast serving delicious food and within easy reach of all that the local area has to offer.

Services and Amenities

New York to Toronto – 2015 (Smith)

I have just returned from a tailor made holiday made possible by Jeannette Dembrey. This was the first time I had ever organised such a major holiday and as it was a gift for my children after my retirement it was really important to get things right. I went to quite a few agencies but Jeannette was way better than any of the people who I spoke to. She was so professional and wanted me to get the best from the money I could afford. The holiday was absolutely amazing and everything went like clockwork. Jeannette had thought of everything even the connections between places and the things we would do in each town. We stayed in 6 hotels altogether starting in New York and ending in Toronto. I am amazed at how smoothly it went. Even my son who has travelled all over the world was impressed with the way things had been organised. I cannot praise Jeannette enough for her professionalism. Thank you Jeannette. I would recommend you to anyone with the satisfaction of knowing that you did an amazing job. Thank you.

J Smith - Travelled New York to Toronto