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TravelPod Member ReviewsWhitehall Inn Camden
My wife and I had our wedding at the Whitehall. The staff were amazing and attentive and they were always able to accommodate all of the requests. The breakfast was fantastic. Loved the blueberry pancakes with maple syrup. The rooms were great and the bathrooms were more than up to par. The front porch provided a great area to catch up with friends and family the next morning after the wedding. Thanks for a great wedding.
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