Contact Info

Reservations:
207-361-2272
220 Clay Hill Road
Cape Neddick (York), Maine


Clay Hill Farm Reservations

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1730
Ogunquit, Maine 03907


Business Office:
Phone: 207-361-1771
Fax: 207-361-1515

Email:
info@clayhillfarm.com








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Our Facilities
The Main Dining Room

The Main Dining Room at Clay Hill Farm was the first addition to the original farmhouse and is reminiscent of a classic era.

Features: Surrounded by windows, this is an open space with comfortable velvet chairs and swiveling highbacks.
View: Overlooking the deck, the flowering trees and back gardens.
Seating: Up to 125 guests or 90 guests with a large hardwood dance floor. Up to 175 guests combined with the Veranda, with a dance floor center stage. Up to 220 guests combined with the Veranda and the Fireside

The Veranda

This is a private dining area, popular for romantic candlelit dinners for two.

Features:Surround by twelve large French doors, access to a Mahogany cocktail deck
View:Overlooks the grounds, the back gardens, and the bird sanctuary. Clay Hill Farm’s herb and vegetable gardens can be viewed from the deck.
Seating: Up to 65 guests for a private event

The Fireside Room

The Firside was added to the restaurant at Clay Hill Farm in 1982 and is a popular dining area for bird enthusiasts. As many as 16 different bird species have been spotted at one sitting.

Features: Warmed in the Winter by a large stone-hearth fireplace, private deck access and steps leading down to the garden and gazebo paths.
View: Full view of the front gardens complete with a bird and squirrel show.
Seating: Up to 40 guests for a dinner party

The Grounds
The grounds at Clay Hill Farm are truly unique. Lavish, lush and picturesque, Clay Hill Farm is a nationally certified wildlife preserve, bird sanctuary and tree farm, the first restaurant in the country to have earned this distinction. Recently recognized by the state as an Environmental Leader, Clay Hil Farm’s beautiful grounds showcase a love and respect for Maine’s natural resources.


Over 100 birdhouses can be found on the Farm, many built by children and donated in memory of former guests. Walking trails surround the pond in the sanctuary, complete with frogs and fish, leading to our fairy house knoll… while tranquility brooks, blooming gardens and flowering trees mark the path to our picture-perfect gazebo. When strolling the grounds at Clay Hill Farm, one senses serenity, history and romance.