USA May 31, 2019
You’ll Love A Night At This Historic Hotel In New England That’s On Its Own Secluded Island
When we’re stressed out and begin to daydream about being somewhere else, oftentimes we’re picturing ourselves by the ocean with a blissful breeze blowing through our hair. Resembling everything you’ve ever dreamed of, the historic Cliff House Maine hotel in New England looks like something straight out of a storybook.
Located within the small seaside town of Cape Neddick in the Pine Tree State, Cliff House Maine has been welcoming guests on the southern coast of Maine since 1872.
Sitting on 70 acres of oceanfront, the historic hotel can be found less than two hours north of Boston.
Recently, the hotel has made some marvelous renovations to the property that make it even more relaxing than it was before, all while maintaining its historic New England charm.
The hotel even has a restaurant. Nubb's Lobster Shack has some to-die-for lobster rolls and tasty seafood dishes.
The hotel has 226 guest rooms and suites that have sweeping views of the ocean, with a few dozen premiere suites and an oceanfront cottage available that has its own private front porch.
Because it's situated right on Bald Head Cliff, you're always just a step away from amazing oceanfront views when you're staying at Cliff House Maine.
Wondering when you should visit? We can't help but be partial to the summertime. Every Sunday, from July 9th through September 2nd, the hotel puts on a spectacular fireworks display for its guests.
So whether you want to stay inside and enjoy the hotel's relaxing spa or you want to explore the outdoors scenery and enjoy s'mores by the fire pit, there's something for everyone to enjoy at Cliff House Maine.
As if the views weren't enough to keep you busy during your stay, the hotel also features an 18-hole golf green, has both indoor and outdoor pools, and is just a few minutes away from the sandy shores of Ogunquit's beach. To learn more about Cliff House Maine and to book your stay,
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