The Beautiful Cliff House

This iconic resort near Ogunquit, Maine has completed a landmark re-imagination across 70 oceanfront acres perched atop Bald Head Cliff. The resort features newly designed guest rooms and over 40 suites and a classic New England Cottage, plus 25,000 square feet of new meeting and event space, including the new Atlantic Ballroom, oceanfront dining and bars, indigenous landscaping, and many other enhancements. A new luxury spa and wellness center is a gem of the resort plus engaging and thoughtful programming has redefined the southern Maine resort escape.

Generation after generation, as guests step out onto their private terraces, an energizing breeze sweeps up from the surf below, past the wild rose bushes, to extend a timeless welcome. Those who return each year enthusiastically report that this is when their spirits soar.

Join us on the majestic cliffs of the Atlantic Ocean. We look forward to welcoming you to Cliff House of Maine.

Cliff House of Maine |591 Shore Road|Cape Neddick, ME 03902|Main: 207-361-1000

 

Reserve your room today by calling 855-745-2931. (Please use the Room Block Code: 0619MEMA to reserve.)

Cape Neddick Country Club

Cape Neddick Country Club. This historic and picturesque 18-hole semi-private golf course is the perfect choice for guests wanting to golf while also taking in the incredible scenery that Maine boasts. Preferred tee times are available to resort guests through the Cliff House concierge. The newly renovated two tiered all grass driving range and USGA approved putting greens are open for practice. Private or group lessons are also offered for all ability levels. Golf clubs, apparel, and accessories are available in the pro shop, and resort guests may charge all golf related expenses and fees to their guest room at Cliff House. Cape Neddick Country Club also provides convenient guest pick-up and drop-off services.

Donald Ross designed an 18-hole course about 1919 for use as a private course by the John Pickering family. During WW II Cliff Realty Corporation was formed and purchased the course in 1949. At the time the Club stood as one of Maine’s top 18 hole layouts. About 1950, during the Eisenhower Administration, the club encountered financial problems and reluctantly chose to abandon nine holes. For the next 50 years the Club operated as a 9-hole course.

In 1999 the new reconfigured course opened as a semi-private course to rave reviews. Also during the 1998-1999 period of renovation the club installed a new irrigation system, storage ponds and wells thus insuring a green course all of summer. Finally, during this period the Clubhouse, including the Cape Neddick Pub & Grill, was renovated to its present size.