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Traditional to the core. Our stay was beyond expectations in all categories. We are here in what would be considered off season - it isn't summer but the area has so much to offer year round and the Inn is the perfect place to experience the local history and convenient location to area shopping, ...
Beds were very comfortable; ambience lovely. Cook was very friendly; breakfast was satisfactory, but certainly nothing fancy. We stayed two nights and room was not made up after first night--not sure if just overlooked, but we were the only guests, so that was a bit disappointing. New owners will ...
I spent two nights and three days in Provincetown. It felt like a real vacation. I especially liked being able to walk or bike to everything. Staying at Christopher's by the Bay was ideal for me. I'll certainly return next year.
This place was great on so many levels -- the location is right on Provincetown's main street, so most of the main shops and restaurants are within walking distance. The building itself is really cool and well maintained, with oil paintings decorating much of the building (hot tub and outdoor areas ...
Our room was really awful for the price. Oddly shaped, bed crammed against wall. Shower did not drain and second person had to stand in previous shower water...yuk. floor tiles in bathroom missing. Just not good. If you can stay on Mani building it would be fine . Ask to see all rooms before you ...
Cory and Curtis were amazing! Friendly, knowledgeable, outgoing and personable would only start to describe these hosts. The location was ideal, rooms and facilities were fantastic and the homemade breakfast was superb!!!. Was great to stay and meet these two gems and cannot wait to return next ...
Just what we hoped for! A lovely and spotlessly clean country Inn. Hosts made us feel very welcome and provided excellent homemade breakfast.!!! Would definitely stay again and recommend to friends.
My husband and I loved our stay at the antiques-filled Palmer House Inn. We were able to easily walk to the active Main Street and had our choice of excellent restaurants and gift shops to browse. We also walked to the beach (mostly sandy, but with many sharp rocks as you enter the water), rented ...
With the large number of towns and villages in Cape Cod, it’s not surprising that there’s a large range of three-star hotels. You’ll find plenty of three-star hotels in the towns of Falmouth, Dennis, Yarmouth and Hyannis, as well as some of the smaller villages.
Choose a three-star Cape Cod hotel in a colonial mansion, or opt for a beachside resort with sweeping sea views. There’s also a selection of attractive three-star hotels in Cape Cod’s picturesque villages, some with indoor pools.
Rent a bicycle and tackle some of the 22 miles of paths along the Cape Cod Rail Trail. All along this former railway line, you can cycle through lush forests and stop for a quick swim in one of the ponds. Cape Cod’s beaches offer every type of water sport, with some perfect for windsurfing, water skiing and kite-boarding.
If you’re a golfer, stay in a three-star hotel near ones of the 20 public golf courses, or splash out on a round at one of the dozen-or-so private courses. Tee off amid spectacular sea views or, in typical Cape-Cod style, on a course that overlooks the famous cranberry bogs .
Cape Cod’s festival calendar offers a non-stop selection of concerts and parties all along the coast. Discover the story of Cape Cod’s oldest town, Sandwich, with a visit to Hoxie House. This 17th-century house is the oldest in Cape Cod and re-creates what life was like for early European settlers. For a different view on history, check out Sandwich’s Heritage Museums & Gardens, which includes an extensive collection of vintage automobiles.
Go to Yarmouth for a leisurely walk along Captains’ Mile, a handsome stretch of old colonial houses. While most are private homes, you can visit a few that are run by the Historical Society of Old Yarmouth. Step into the 1840 Captain Bangs Hallett House, which was owned by a wealthy sailor who made his fortune overseas. There’s also Edward Gorey House, once home of the artist who illustrated books by Lewis Carroll and HG Wells.