Hidden Pond Resort
  • Hidden Pond opened in Kennebunkport, Maine, in 2008, on 60 secluded acres. The resort has 16 individual bungalows. In 2011 the resort added the Tree Spa and a restaurant called Earth, a collaboration with internationally acclaimed Chef Ken Oringer.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • The resort features 20 cozy bungalow cottages are set among balsam and birch groves that are perfect for a romantic getaway.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • Each has a plush king bed, which is opposite a sitting area situated around a grand floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • The bungalow cottages have a screened porch with a daybed designed for two, as well as a café table and chairs. The bathrooms have an indoor-outdoor feel as each features a private outdoor shower.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • For larger parties, there are also 16 two-bedroom cottages, each conceived by a different Maine designer. Each cottage includes a spacious living room and dining area with a fully-equipped kitchen; two bedrooms, each with a private full bath, Frette bed linens and plush, down-filled duvets; a gas fireplace set in river stone; an inviting screened in porch; and an outdoor shower.
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  • <p> Nightly starting rates at Hidden Pond are from $399 to $1150 per night, per cottage depending on season.</p>
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • Nestled in the treetops overlooking the beach forest is the new Tree Spa at Hidden Pond. The three treetop treatment rooms eight feet above ground are connected by a cat walk woven through the trees. Guests can choose from a selection of massages, facials and body treatments.
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  • Treatment room at the Tree Spa.
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  • Pictured here, the pool at Hidden Pond.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • Each evening at dusk, kids and adults alike gather around the fire pit to roast marshmallows and enjoy cocktails.
    Hidden Pond Resort
  • Earth, the resort restaurant created in collaboration with famed Boston chef and James Beard Award-winner Ken Oringer, focuses on "farm to fork" freshness, with a menu that features vegetables and herbs picked from Hidden Pond's on-site organic Farm along with freshly caught seafood and meats sourced locally. Pictured here, the restaurant bar.
    Hidden Pond Resort
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