Cliff House Resort & Spa Announces Maine Driving Tour

Cliff House Resort & Spa on Maine has showcased why it is said to be the “perfect Maine fall vacation” as it offers the “quintessential coastal experience for a last-minute vacation or romantic New England getaway”.

A fall driving tour has been highlighted, showcasing some of the resort’s nearby attractions.

As visitors cross over into Maine, their first stop is the town of Kittery, which has a mile-long stretch of Route 1 that boasts more than 120 name brand outlets. A little further north is the town of York, comprised of four smaller towns: Cape Neddick, York Village, York Beach and York Harbor. Continuing north on Route 1 to Ogunquit, visitors will uncover antique shops, including Blacksmith’s Antique Mall in Ogunquit and R.Jorgensen’s in Wells. Also in Wells is The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, a 5,000-acre refuge protecting wetland habitat and the species that live there. The tour ends in Kennebunkport, a Maine coastal village.

The Cliff House Resort & Spa, located on 70 oceanfront acres in southern Maine, offers guest services, fine dining, spa and conference facilities. Owned and operated by the Weare Family since 1872, the resort is celebrating its 140th season in 2012.

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