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Our Winter Deals are Newsworthy

Fodor’s Travel and Budget Travel published their picks for unique winter deals and we are proud to say that we topped both lists!  From our cozy, two-night Winter Play Your Way deal to our Icelandic Horse Trail-Riding Adventure, the press considers the Hartstone Inn to be THE winter destination at which to stay, dine, and […]

Camden Named One of America’s Prettiest Small Town Vacations

TripAdvisor recently named Camden as one of “America’s Prettiest Small Town Vacations”, “Whoever said that bigger is better never set foot in these postcard-perfect small towns.  Regarding their list, they said  – “…discover gems across the country, from Camden and Cooperstown on the East Coast to Avalon and Port Angeles out West. ” They’ve opened […]

Baltimore Sun Article – Cooking School Vacations

Days before we left for Tuscany to start our fall foodie adventures in Europe, I hosted a food and travel writer, Stephanie Citron, for a chef for a day cooking class in Camden. Stephanie was a lot of fun to work with and was focusing on a piece about cooking school vacations. This morning, her fantastic article was published […]

Recent Press

We were excited to discover two pieces of press on the Hartstone Inn in the last week!  The first  – Live from Timeout blogger Katie Clark shared a review of our Inn in Sportport’s blog post titled : “Five Romantic Fit Getaway Ideas“.  Katie says “#4. Finely Dine & Toboggan. Maine is known for snow, […]

Hartstone Inn Named Among Top Ten Culinary Inns

The Hartstone Inn is excited to have recently been named one of‘s Top Ten Culinary Inns.  This list is comprised of “10 B&Bs that offer the ultimate culinary experiences, whether you’re a serious foodie or new to the kitchen.” is the world’s largest bed and breakfast directory offering the most complete list of […]

Camden Amphitheatre and Library Named as National Landmarks

The Hartstone Inn wishes to congratulate the Camden Amphitheatre and Library for being designated national landmarks by Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Director of the National Park Service Jonathan B. Jarvis.   Our guests enjoy the landscaping, architecture and overall beauty of the Amphitheatre each time they visit.  As for the  Public Library, it […]

Guest Ipads at the Hartstone Inn

We are excited to announce the addition of Ipads to enhance your stay at the Inn!  Click here to read about us in Village Soup.

Traditional Home Article

We are happy to be featured in the current (October 2010) issue of Traditional Home magazine which is on newsstands now. The article, written by Stephen Exel, a food editor and writer for the magazine, and photographed by photographer John Bessler, features our cooking school at the Inn.  Included are some great photographs, a nice […]

The Inn’s New Logo

Just in case you haven’t seen it yet, here is our new logo! Look for it on our cooking class aprons, hand thrown coffee mugs and stitched on the staff’s chef jackets for starters.