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Discover The Wanderer: A Luxurious Retreat for Your Weekend Getaway

If you’re in need of a quick escape to a surf lodge-inspired cottage, look no further than The Wanderer.

Tucked away just a stone’s throw from Kennebunk’s beloved beaches and seaside dining, this exclusive retreat caters specifically to adults seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Launched earlier this summer, The Wanderer boasts 17 charming studio and one-bedroom cottages that are designed to help guests unwind and recharge.

For those with furry companions, pet-friendly studio cottages are available for dogs weighing less than 60 pounds, ensuring that no family member gets left behind.

Conceived by the minds behind Batson River Brewing & Distilling, The Wanderer aims to provide guests with a luxurious escape in a setting that is both picture-perfect and well-equipped like a top-notch resort.

The cottages, available in both studio and one-bedroom layouts, feature spa-like bathrooms, wet bars with ample refrigerator space, and cozy queen-size beds.

Adorned in a maritime theme, the cottages showcase bright white interiors, shiplap walls, high ceilings, brass fixtures, and classic black and white photographs.

Guests can look forward to a delectable breakfast delivered to their doorstep each morning, consisting of Chobani Greek yogurt, fresh fruits, and mouthwatering muffins.

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Additionally, each cottage comes equipped with a Keurig coffee maker, stocked with an array of coffee options and creamers for a personalized morning brew.

Outside, guests can relax in Adirondack chairs, sip on beverages, take a dip in the heated pool, or explore the coast with complimentary beach cruisers. Family-friendly amenities include a fire pit and bocce court for shared enjoyment.

Whether you’re planning a brief weekend retreat or a more extended stay, The Wanderer provides an ideal sanctuary in the charming coastal setting of Maine. Nearby beaches such as Parsons Beach, Mother’s Beach, and the dog-friendly Gooch’s Beach offer various activities and attractions for visitors of all ages.

Outdoor enthusiasts can indulge in kayaking, surfing, golfing, or biking, while history buffs will appreciate a visit to the Goat Island Lighthouse, a historical gem dating back to 1859.

Situated at 195 Sea Road in Kennebunk, Maine, The Wanderer welcomes guests from July 8 to October 23. In addition to the assortment of cottages, there’s also an accessible option as well as a two-bedroom residence named On the Rocks, perfect for families.

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