The first phase of a $40 million revitalization to give the Cliff House, in Cape Neddick, Me., a new “coastal chic” feel was completed this summer.
Set on 70 acres atop Bald Head Cliff on the southern coast of Maine about an hour north of Boston, the resort features oceanfront restaurants and bars, a full-service spa and wellness center, and new meeting and event space. The Cliff House’s 132 upscale guest rooms have terraces offering expansive water views.
Influenced by coastal Maine flavors, the property’s restaurants and bars are serving meals inspired by indigenous Maine products, from lobster rolls and fried clams at Nubb’s Lobster Shack to local produce and line-caught fish in generations-old recipes served at signature restaurant The Tiller.
The resort’s 25,000 square feet of new meeting space includes the Cliffside Ballroom and a 150-seat amphitheater. The space will cater to upscale corporate events or presentations of up to 300 attendees.
Guests will have access to year-round recreation throughout the property and in the surrounding New England coastal area as well as to the 9,000 square foot Spa at Cliff House and an 18-hole golf course adjacent to the property.
Off property are popular Southern Maine attractions such as Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Playhouse, Nubble Lighthouse, Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School, The Kittery Outlets, and the Seashore Trolley Museum.
The Cliff House will expand further with additional guestrooms and an adults-only pool by spring 2017.