After a good night’s sleep, you will awaken to the smell of freshly ground coffee and delicious aromas from the kitchen. Breakfast is served in our beautiful French Country dining room, or sometimes outside on the deck overlooking the gardens. Breakfast usually begins with juice and freshly made baked goods, followed by a fruit course and then a choice of entrée. Our specialties include stuffed French toast, crepes, fritattas, and quiches. No one goes away hungry!
With the day ahead of you, discover all the Cape Cod has to offer. I am happy to assist you in planning your itinerary, make reservations or arrangements, and provide directions and shopping/dining suggestions.
The inn’s central location allows you to plan a variety of activities in any direction:
If you love the ocean, there are dozens of beaches to choose from, whether you like a calm bay beach or big waves, Cape Cod has it all in every season.
Golf is huge on the Cape, with over 40 golf courses in 108 miles, and most of them open to the public!
Whale watching is a wonderful activity, and the Cape is one of the top five areas in the U.S to see whales.
If you're the outdoor type, there are miles of hiking and biking trails to explore, you can bring your kayak and paddle around the harbor, or explore unique marshlands, bird sanctuaries, and nature trails. You can also rent kayaks and bikes from several locations across the Cape.
If you are looking to find some little treasure to bring home with you, you won't be disappointed. You'll find wonderful stores and boutiques, antique shops and art galleries tucked away around every corner from Sandwich to Provincetown.
For history and charm, you can visit historic villages, fabulous museums, old Sea Captains homes, and lighthouses. If that's not enough, there's also whale watching, a trip to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket, golf, tennis, or deep-sea fishing.
If none of these options appeal to you, try my personal favorite, lying in the hammock in the back yard with an ice-cold beverage, and listening to the birds sing or relax in our Adirondack chairs in the garden.
If you want to avoid the busy season, the Cape is magical in the spring, fall or winter. The Old King's Highway gets some fabulous fall foliage in late October/ early November. The pastel colors of April and May are brilliant with the many historic homes, grey shingle dwellings, stone walls and ocean cottages as a backdrop. Depending on the weather, you may be able to fit in a winter round of golf or maybe if you're lucky, we might get a little snow and you can take a walk in a winter wonderland. Or, you can always just stay inside and snuggle up in front of one of the fireplaces with a nice hot cup of tea or cocoa or if you have one of the rooms with a whirlpool tub, you can have a long relaxing soak.