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Cliff House Maine Introduces New Meetings and Event Spaces

CADE NEDDICK, Maine — Cliff House Maine, nestled across 70 acres atop Bald Head Cliff on the southern coast of Maine, will reopen its doors to guests this summer with meeting and event spaces.

Following the extensive transformation, the property will boast more than 25,000 square feet of new and flexible function space that includes ballrooms suitable for meetings, presentations and events for up to 300 attendees.

“Catering to all guests is a priority for Cliff House, especially with the exciting reinvention of the resort,” said Scott Spann, general manager of Cliff House Maine. “We want to exhibit each and every asset Cliff House has to offer, and that encompasses a stellar repertoire of meeting and event spaces. The views, the services and the ambiance all make for unique and elevated events, year-round.”

Planners can choose from a selection of 11 meeting spaces, many with ocean views and equipped with Wi-Fi and expert audiovisual services. Larger groups can use the expansive Atlantic Ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows; a 150-seat amphitheater for presentations and events; or a selection of intimate boardrooms, most with natural light or views of the ocean. The Cape Neddick Salon provides a second indoor space with ocean views and a terrace.

The Bald Head Cliff Library is designed for smaller events and features maritime artwork and books. The resort also offers 70 acres of outdoor venues.

Groups can dine or host breakout sessions throughout the property’s culinary venues, which include Cliff House’s signature restaurant, The Tiller, an upscale oceanfront dining experience, and Nubb’s Lobster Shack, a more casual space with regional beers and craft cocktails to compliment its delicious lobster.

Cliff House also has a variety of authentic Maine activities for meeting groups, among them Only in Maine programs like guided stargazing and blueberry-picking contests; outings at the adjacent Cape Neddick Country Club golf course; Classic Maine windjammer sails or trips on a traditional Maine lobster boat, paired with a beach lobster bake; and outdoor challenges such as archery, fly casting and mountain biking.