Coastal Maine Botanicals Do a Body Good

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The Cliff House Resort & Spa Uses Coastal Maine Botanicals to Indulge Spa Guests

The Cliff House Resort & Spa in Maine uses indigenous spa ingredients like stones from nearby Bald Head Cliff.

The Cliff House Resort & Spa in Maine uses indigenous spa ingredients like stones from nearby Bald Head Cliff.

Get a summer-ready body with nutrient-rich blueberries, wild rose and red algae.

Get a summer-ready body with nutrient-rich blueberries, wild rose and red algae. The Cliff House Resort & Spa on Maine’s South Coast uses these native Maine botanicals and more at its Condé Nast-rated spa.

The Cliff House, located just 75 miles north of Boston, offers a flexible Spa Sampler Package with the option of three or four-night stays. Enjoy ocean-view lodging; full breakfast each morning; lobster dinner or choice of entrée one night; and a spa credit of $200-$300 per person.

Choose from a variety of facials, massages and body treatments, like the Blueberry Body Wrap, Maine Wild Rose Wrap, and Red Algae Luxury Detox and Slimming Therapy.

New at the spa this season -- The Seaside Paradise. This head-to-toe treatment uses marine and botanical essences to detoxify, exfoliate and moisturize the face and body. A full 80-minute treatment is $180.

The Cliff House is celebrating its 140th anniversary this year. In 1872 it was all about parasols and perambulating. Today it’s about savoring the flavors of Maine -- from head to toe. For more information visit cliffhousemaine.com.

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The Cliff House Resort & Spa, located on 70 oceanfront acres in southern Maine, offers premier guest services, fine dining, a world-class spa and conference facilities. Owned and operated by the Weare Family since 1872, the resort is celebrating its 140th season in 2012. More information can be found at http://www.cliffhousemaine.com, on Facebook or by calling (207) 361-1000. Media inquiries should be directed to Jessica Gilman at Vreeland Marketing & Design: jgilman(at)vreeland(dot)com or (207) 846-3714.

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