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There are many faces of Cape Cod, and all of them have turned this peninsula on America’s East Coast one of the most appealing places for a holiday. Stroll along tree-shaded streets past colonial architecture in 17th-century Sandwich, the oldest town in Cape Cod. Soak up the rich cultural vibe in Provincetown, the peninsula’s liveliest holiday spot.
Cape Cod has been blessed with a stunning coastline that includes the Cape Cod National Seashore. This 40-mile stretch along the Outer Cape is an enchanting area of unspoilt beaches, salt marshes, dunes and nature trails snaking through forests. Rent a bike on your holiday and enjoy the beauty of the Cape Cod Rail Trail, 22 miles of paths winding past cranberry bog, forests and ponds with inviting little beaches.
Cape Cod’s genteel towns hold a wealth of attractions that help you discover its past. Get a glimpse into the lives of the Mayflower Pilgrims at Provincetown Museum. Visit the former summer holiday home of John F Kennedy in Hyannis, where there’s a museum dedicated to the late president. Climb to the top of the historic lighthouses found all over the peninsula, especially Chatham Lighthouse and Nauset Light, and take in the sweeping views of the coast.
During your Cape Cod holiday, you can feed your inner-seafood lover thanks to Cape Cod’s thriving fishing industry. Head to Chatham Pier Fish Market where you can watch fishermen offload their daily catch, then feast on giant lobster rolls, scallops, clams and seafood chowder at one of the rustic seafood shacks.
It’s easy to get around Cape Cod by car, and there are also bus services connecting the major towns and villages. If you want a more sporty holiday, rent a kayak and paddle slowly along the inland waterways and scenic marshes. Or join one of the regular boat trips to watch whales and seals in action.
Don’t miss the chance to take a ferry to two of Cape Cod’s most desirable islands, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. They’re very close to the mainland yet their old-world atmosphere makes them seem a world away.
at the front desk they gave me a key for room 215 so when i went to the room and oped the door it was an occupied room and people was in
Great value for the price, but some things like hairdryer were missing from the room. Breakfast is not included and food in cafe was pretty poor. Place was extremely clean and well kept.
Old Silver Beach is our favorite spot on the Cape. Sea Crest is the only oceanfront hotel. The beach there is great, two nice restaurants, ice cream place, bar. Lots of activities for families. Rooms are slightly outdated for the price. AC is loud especially during the night. Mattresses and bedding ...
this property is located right next to Ferry entrance which makes trip less stressful . The hotel is close to restaurants . The pool was clean and very nice! The staff were professional and helpful!
Kind of a retro feel even though it’s been recently renovated. Nice big heated pool but sadly no hot tub. Fire pits are awesome and they leave them going late at night. Some places shut them off at 9:00. Rooms clean. Great view of the ocean and beach across the street Bus to town $2 Comes every 30 ...
Very VERY friendly staff and so helpful. We arrived at night and the firepit was blazing. It was so nice to sit around that and have a drink. Rooms were very small BUT.. you are smack on the beach so the tradeoff is fine! The sunrise over the beach was glorious. The full moon at night was stunning. ...
The neighboring house had a Saturday night party until the wee morning hours--very LOUD and police did nothing to enforce the noise curfew. Wonderful breakfast! Great location. Also enjoyed the bar's patio in perfect weather after the storm. Would stay there again.