Penobscot Bay is Maine just like in a story book!
- go to Rockland to watch the lobster fishing boats ( the annual lobster festival is on the 1st Week-end of August)
- watch the sailing boats in Camden Harbor
- stroll along the Shops on High Street
- go on top of Mount Battie and enjoy the great view
- see the blueberry fields of Blue Hill
After earning his Bachelor’s degree at Guilford College in North Carolina, owner Peter Masin-Peters found himself returning to his hometown of Camden. Spending most of his childhood immersed in local restaurants and cafes where his father was a chef, being in the kitchen felt like a natural progression for his career. In 2006, he purchased Peter Ott’s and took over as chef. Over a decade later, Peter can still be found in the restaurant on a nightly basis, either behind the line or stepping out to the dining room to greet his patrons.
The Grand Harbor Inn - Camden
Perched at the edge of one of Maine's most scenic harbors
in the coastal village of Camden, the Grand Harbor Inn is a small and distinctive boutique hotel, and the only luxury,
Waterfront Inn the area has to offer.
Meticulously designed and crafted to pay tribute to traditional New England coastal cottage architecture, the Grand Harbor Inn offers exceptional personal experiences for guests. Open year-round, the Grand Harbor Inn's uncompromising service, premier oceanfront location, and great amenities, providing the perfect retreat for that needed escape or romantic getaway.