Friday, May 8, 2009

Jewel of the Maine Coast 2009



The only magazine you will need to plan your vacation on the Mid Coast of Maine. Packed with events, things to do, restaurants and a whole lot more. Order your free copy here
http://www.camdenme.org/information_request/

Monday, April 6, 2009

Earth day sunrise celebration

Join the Land Trust in a sunrise hike up Hatchet Mountain to celebrate Earth Day and the official opening of the Hatchet Mountain Preserve. This takes place 5.30-8.30am Wed April 22nd, Hope Maine. The stunning scenery alone will make this early morning hike a day to remember. Come back to the Inn and have a leisurely late breakfast. Book early so we can reserve your place. Take 10% discount off any room rate on 21 April, and Blue Harbor House will donate that amount to Maine Coastal mountains Land trust.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Don't be a stick-in-the-mud! March in the mud.

March in the Mud”—The March mud season can be surprisingly fun in Camden. Get out and exercise. Hike those trails! Take a guided eco-tour of our wondrous land preserves, parks, and mountains. At the end of the day, look forward to the warm glow of a fireplace, the soothing depths of a Jacuzzi or whirlpool tub, or a special spa service provided by your inn . Or simply curl up and read a good book—when did you last do that?

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Sea smoke magestically swirls around Rockland galleon as Maine temps plummet to -12F




Imagine my surprise as I logged on today, to the popular online British newspaper The Daily Mail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ to see Rockland Maine on their front page with a beautiful photo of the galleon ‘Raw Faith’ swirling in sea smoke. Sea smoke appears when very cold air passes over warmer water, causing a type of fog. Such is the magical beauty of Maine! ( photo courtesy daily mail)

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Valentines Play package



Stay at the Blue harbor house inn, Camden, enjoy a leisurely breakfast, venture out into Maines winter wonderland, and see a production of A.R. Gurneys romantic masterpiece Love Letters presented by the Midcoasts own professional theatre company, The Everyman Repertory Theatre.
The Everyman Repertory Theatre will present two performances of A.R. Gurneys Love Letters over Valentines Day weekend at (Camdens historic Library Reading Room, within easy walking distance from the Inn)/and Rocklands world famous Farnsworth Art Museum in downtown Rockland. The first at 7pm on Saturday 14th February, with the final show on the next day, a Sunday matinee at 3pm.
Tickets for the play, at the special rate of only $10, can be reserved through your innkeeper. Just let us know which show you wish to attend, and we will have the tickets waiting.
What better way to spend your Valentines with that special person!