Cliff House Maine Emerges as a Winter Destination

Cliff House Maine Emerges as a Winter Destination

By Kelsey Ogletree, January 30, 2017

Check out the three L’s of Cliff House Maine:


Expectations for crustaceans run high when visiting Maine, and the on-site casual Nubb’s Lobster Shack doesn’t disappoint. This is one of the few shacks that remain open year-round, and the colorful space can be rented for events. Cliff House also runs a lobstering cruise expected to be popular for VIP groups.


Among the spaces of the 9,000-sq.-ft. luxury spa at Cliff House is a light-filled cliff-side lounge sanctuary with views of the cove and surrounding cliffs. It’s an indulgent spot to watch the sunrise while waiting for a spa treatment. Bradway expects the spa to be a draw for incentive business.


To endure the hotel’s first winter, it’s only appropriate the staff will don outwear by this Maine-based brand. Between the down coats and cozying up around the roaring lobby fireplace or outdoor fire pit, attendees shouldn’t have a problem staying warm.

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