Cape Arundel Inn & Resort unveils new rooms inspired by property’s seaside setting

The six newly designed luxury accommodations are known as the Rockbound Bungalows.

The Cape Arundel Inn & Resort in Kennebunkport has opened six newly designed accommodations known as the Rockbound Bungalows. Adjacent to the Victorian-era home that is the main house of the resort, these six rooms have front-porch views of the Atlantic Ocean across the street, seen through sliding French doors.

Inspired by the seaside setting, the Rockbound Bungalows use a color palette including grays, blue and aqua, with coral accents. Each 400-square-foot, king-bedded room has Frette fabrics, metallic detailing and contemporary finishes including hardwood flooring, velvet headboards, onyx side tables and custom marble vanities. Each room also has a breakfast bar and sitting area surrounding a gas fireplace.

In addition to the main house, Cape Arundel Inn & Resort expanded to include 15 wooded acres in a cluster of private vintage homes located just five minutes away. The club house has an additional 14 rooms, a three-bedroom cottage, a heated outdoor pool, lawns and the library with a vintage pool table, oversized fireplace and full bar.

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