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Exquisite Hideaway Named The Explorer Provides the Ideal Weekend Escape

Are you in search of a spontaneous retreat at a beach lodge-inspired cabin, well, do we have the perfect hideout for you.

Warm, charming, and conveniently situated, the mature-only, deluxe hideaway known as The Explorer can be discovered just a few strides from the renowned beaches of Kennebunk and waterfront dining spots.

Unveiled earlier this summer, this stunning property boasts 17 charming studio and one-bedroom detached cabins fashioned for grown-ups to “evade their worries and duties,” as indicated on the website.

There are dog-friendly studio cabins available for canine companions weighing under 60 pounds so you don’t have to bid farewell to your beloved four-legged buddy.

Crafted by the visionaries behind the nearby Batson River Brewing & Distilling, the cabin assortment’s aim, according to the website, was straightforward: “fashion a deluxe retreat in a picturesque setting worthy of Instagram, furnished with the conveniences of a resort in close proximity to all conveniences.”

The small (studio) and roomy (one-bedroom) white clapboard cabins are decked out with spa-inspired amenities in the restroom, including a wet bar furnished with a sizable refrigerator to hold drinks and takeaway meals, and a plush queen-size bed.

Every maritime-themed cabin showcases a pristine white interior with shiplap, lofty ceilings, and visible beams, gleaming brass fixtures, and monochrome photographs adorning the walls. The extensive cabins offer a distinct living area but do not allow pets.

Each morning, breakfast is brought to your cabin, hung on the hook conveniently outside your door by 8:15 a.m. The spread includes Chobani Greek yogurt, fresh produce, and just-baked muffins. A Keurig machine is thoughtfully placed within the cabin, presenting an array of coffees and creamers for brewing a fresh cup every morning.

Each cabin encompasses a pair of Adirondack chairs out front, an ideal nook to relish a morning brew or an evening libation. Supplementary amenities consist of a heated relaxation pool and available beach cruisers, urging you to explore the magnificent coastline of Maine. There is also a fire pit and bocce court for entertaining family gatherings.

Whether you opt for a brief getaway or an extended sojourn, these cabins present the perfect sanctuary in a seaside Maine backdrop. The property is in close proximity to three beaches. Parsons Beach is excellent for striper fishing; Mother’s Beach is favored among families, while Gooch’s Beach, which accommodates pets, provides a vibrant playground for bocce, cornhole, and surfing.

Other engaging activities in the vicinity encompass kayaking, boat rides, surfing, mountain biking, golfing, and shopping in Dock Square. A visit to Maine would be incomplete without viewing the obligatory lighthouse. Overlooking Cape Porpoise, the historic Goat Island Lighthouse, constructed in 1859, can be admired from the observation point.

The Explorer sits at 195 Sea Road in Kennebunk, Maine. The cabins are at your service from July 8 to October 23. An accessible cabin is also accessible, alongside the two-bedroom residence, On the Rocks, boasting a full-fledged kitchen and two comfortable queen beds tailored for families.

Image Source: Just Luxe

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