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IMG_1365I had bought a Living Social deal months and months ago and booked this weekend getaway to Hidden Pond. We knew friends of friends who got married here and everyone had such good things to say about the resort.

IMG_4663We were there before it was peak season, and it seemed like most of the other guests were also using the Living Social deal. There is so much attention to detail here – it’s impressive. The service from check in to check out was impeccable.

IMG_4584Instead of a hotel, the property has a number of cottages, either one or two bedrooms. We have a one bedroom that is studio style, and the two bedrooms have a full sized kitchen.

IMG_4585Each cabin is named – we get #45, Dilly Dally.

IMG_4586You walk into the front door into a screened in porch, which could be really great on hot summer days/nights.

IMG_1359The inside of the cabin in amazing – the decor is charming – lots of natural elements are incorporated into the design.

IMG_1361There is a small kitchen area with a coffee maker and a small fridge. The fridge is stocked with yogurt, orange juice and milk. There is home made granola and delicious tea. If you call ahead, Hidden Pond can stock your kitchen for you.

IMG_1367Each cottage has an outdoor shower attached to it, with access from the outside and a door inside by the bathroom. (Don’t forget to keep the inside door unlocked!)

IMG_1368It was a little too cold when we were there to take an outdoor shower, but I love the idea of it!

IMG_1369The bathroom was spacious, there was a stand up shower at the end.

IMG_1373Hidden Pond featured L’Occitane products and Frette sheets and robes.

IMG_1362There was a large flat screen tv that was on a swivel arm so you could watch in bed. They also offered a Tivoli radio for guest’s use.

IMG_1366There are so many guest activities that we didn’t have a chance to enjoy – we were so busy!! They offer stand up paddleboarding lessons, mixology classes by the pool, complimentary bikes to use on and off property, a dinner trolley that runs between Hidden Pond and the Tides beach club (so you can enjoy a cocktail (or three) without having to worry about driving, a beach shuttle, and s’mores at dusk. You can even go into Hidden Pond’s garden and pick your own veggies and flowers.

IMG_4640In the morning, they deliver breakfast to your cottage and leave it outside on a hook. It was raining on Saturday morning…

IMG_4660…but on Sunday, we go this cute little cooler, complete with newspaper, freshly brewed coffee, two hot items, two slices of blueberry cake and some fresh fruit.

IMG_4642How delicious does this look? I never want to leave this place!!

Have you been to Hidden Pond? What’s your favorite thing about the resort?

Hidden Pond

354 Goose Rocks Road

Kennebunkport, ME 04046

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