Cape Arundel Inn & Resort Unveils Rockbound Bungalows

Rockbound Bungalow at Cape Arundel Inn & Resort

The Cape Arundel Inn & Resort, located on Ocean Avenue in Kennebunkport, Maine, recently launched six luxury accommodations known as the Rockbound Bungalows. Adjacent to the resort's Main House, the six rooms boast French doors and expansive front-porch views of the Atlantic Ocean. 

Each 400-square-foot Rockbound Bungalow is outfitted with coral, gray and aqua accents, a king-size bed, breakfast bar, gas fireplace, hardwood flooring, velvet headboards and onyx side tables.

To celebrate the newly designed rooms, the resort is offering a value-added "On the Rocks" package that includes a two-night stay in one of the Rockbound Bungalows. Equipped with a fully stocked bar cart, guests can sip their own cocktail creations from the comfort of a private balcony. The "On the Rocks" package is available now through June 22.

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Guests in the bungalows can also choose to dine al fresco on their personal porches. The three course dinner requires 72 hours' notice and is $99 per person, plus $50 per person gratuity, excluding beverages and tax. 

Cape Arundel Inn & Resort offers 14 rooms and social spaces including the Ocean Restaurant. Named one of OpenTable's "100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America," Ocean serves French-inspired seafood cuisine from Executive Chef Pierre Gignac. Ocean serves dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and breakfast daily for hotel guests. The restaurant will begin serving dinner seven nights a week beginning May 21. 

In addition to the resort's Main House, Cape Arundel Inn & Resort offers a cluster of private vintage homes just five minutes away from the Main House. The Club House has an additional 14 rooms, a three-bedroom cottage, a heated outdoor pool, oversized fire place, full bar and a library with a vintage pool table. 

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