With distant views of Cape Cod Bay, the High Pointe Inn on Cape Cod offers a unique combination of luxury, romance, and comfort in the historic village of West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Situated in the heart of Cape Cod just off scenic Route 6A (the Old Kings Highway) this casually elegant inn will captivate you from the moment you arrive. With spacious, beautifully decorated ocean-view rooms and stunning garden suites with fireplaces and decks, this award-winning Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast invites you to relax, unwind, and enjoy its unique blend of stylish accommodations, luscious breakfast fare, and delightful New England hospitality.
Set in a quiet seaside neighborhood of upscale homes, the Inn is surrounded by lushly landscaped gardens and borders acres of protected marshland and the nearby dunes of Sandy Neck Beach. Relax in a chaise lounge on the expansive deck with a steaming cup of fresh-brewed coffee and watch the sun rise. Later in the day the deck is the perfect spot to indulge in your favorite cocktail or nibble on one of the homemade baked goodies set out for afternoon tea.
Centrally located in the mid-Cape area, the High Pointe Inn is the perfect spot to begin your exploration of Cape Cod: from the quaint villages of Barnstable, Chatham, Wellfleet and Provincetown; to the exquisite beaches of the National Seashore; and the mesmerizing offshore islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Your innkeepers can help you book ferry tickets, score a table at a popular local restaurant, reserve a seat for a whale watching adventure from Barnstable Harbor, or map a scenic driving route. Extend your stay to include an easy daytrip or two to nearby Plimoth Plantation (30 minutes away), Boston (one hour away), or Newport, Rhode Island (90 minutes away).
You will not soon forget this wonderful Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Inn, and will likely start planning a return visit soon. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic honeymoon, a babymoon getaway, a relaxing spa package, or a special celebration. The High Pointe Inn on Cape Cod, a magical place for memorable moments.
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