For Services and Protocols at the Resort Click Here
Ahoy Friends of Cliff House,
We look to the fall of 2021 with optimism for a brisk chill in the air and a fresh new season - speckled with the desire to explore the colors of New England and reconnect with friends and loved ones.
The warm sunny mornings and cool air of coastal Maine await you atop Bald Head Cliff. Our team has enjoyed a robust summer season and now embraces the crisp fall season ahead, excitingly anticipating your arrival. From new menu launchings in our restaurants to our ever-popular specialized programming and recreation, there is excitement happening within our 70 acres of the great outdoors. We are actively repolishing and always sanitizing the indoors and outdoors with care and thoughtfulness as we turn the corner to truly the most special time of the year in Maine.
As the summer of 2021 winds down, we continue to immerse ourselves into art & culture. We are excited to announce our “Makers of Maine” program to our guests who will have the opportunity to learn and experience different crafts such as Glass Blowing, Candle Making and Oyster Shucking from Maine craftsmen and women. In the late fall Cliff House will host it’s very own “Makers Market” in celebration of the great makers of our state. Music and fun will continue theme this fall so please continue to check our Calendar of Events for dates of special events and shows. The Studio at Cliff House hosted by Ric Della Bernarda, our artist in residence, serves as an interactive element for our guests to dabble in a new talent or rekindle an old hobby with intriguing art classes and workshops. Private lessons or small group classes offer Plein Air oil on canvas on the resort grounds or in the privacy of The Studio. Find the artist within you to magnify the beauty which abounds.
Health and wellness are at the heart of a robust lifestyle and remains a priority for all of us. The Spa at Cliff House continues to offer the most talented therapists with new treatments to enhance your well-being from skincare and deep muscle relaxation to soulful experiences.
Recreation and activity schedules and calendars can be found here as you prepare in advance for your visit. Be sure to sign up to hit some balls off the North Point Driving Range with the Albus Golf EcoBioBall, 100% safe, biodegradable, non-toxic, and filled with fish food. Feed the fish while sharpening your swing, a must-do experience for the avid or beginner golfer. While on-site explore the new self-guided Discovery Center to uncover an abundance of activities, beaches, local bites, site sea-ing, recreation, and day trips whether at the resort or up the coast.
Following a review by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services and the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, earlier this year Governor Janet Mills announced that the wearing of masks in indoor public space was lifted for all guests and staff who are vaccinated or unvaccinated. However, if you are not vaccinated, we strongly encourage you to wear a mask to protect yourselves and others. We want to ensure you that we have the health of our guests and staff as priority. We worked together with the national lodging and restaurant associations to ensure that we’ve gone above guidelines in many ways to take extra precautions to lead the market in safety.
Finally, vaccinations to support stress-free travel are highly recommended to rejoin a host of activities. Cliff House will continue to magnify safety and health and conform to the local ordinances; however, as much in disguise as possible. Our team is tremendously excited to welcoming you to the resort to experience what makes the Fall in Maine so enjoyable.
Our staff is ready to answer any questions and help curate a healthy and safe fall experience.
Thank you for your support this past year!
In order to keep our guests and staff safe at Cliff House we highly recommend rapid testing for peace of mind before you arrive. A list of all testing sites in Maine can also be found at Get-Tested-COVID19.org.