Welcome to the High Pointe Inn, a romantic Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Inn located in historic West Barnstable, Massachusetts. Our uniquely original Inn sits high on a hill overlooking the dunes of Sandy Neck Beach, with views of Cape Cod Bay in the distance. The ideal choice for a relaxing getaway, each exquisite room offers a wealth of complimentary amenities to ensure that your stay is truly unforgettable. Whether you are looking for the perfect romantic honeymoon package, a spa getaway for you and your girlfriends, a carefree babymoon hideaway, or just a quiet spot in which to celebrate an anniversary or other special occasion, the High Pointe Inn offers luxury, privacy, and uncompromising quality. We invite you to relax and be pampered in one of our spacious ocean-view deluxe rooms or a luxurious suite with a fireplace and deck. No matter what room you choose, breakfast will be one of the highlights of your stay. Choose from more than six entrées each morning, and end your day with a nightcap from our cordials bar.

From our Blog…

  • Welcome to Spring on Cape Cod When winter wanes and hope springs eternal for warmth to return to Cape Cod, the hardy souls that endured the cold and gray eagerly watch for their favorite harbingers of the coming season. For us it is the first time we spot a bright yellow feather among the khaki ones on the male goldfinches, the opening of our favorite clam shacks, the return of the ospreys to their nests, and the song of the spring peepers. These transitional weeks are full of anticipation as we watch the sun ooze its shine to entice the crocuses to bloom and buds to ... read more
  • Sage Advice from a Travel Expert: Stay at a Bed and Breakfast Arthur Frommer, the legendary travel guidebook author known for his iconic “Europe on $5 a Day” guide, offered some sage advice on how to travel intelligently and economically in a recent interview in AARP magazine. “Experience new ideas,” he says. “Stay in a bed-and-breakfast. Meet the owners, and guests from other countries. You’ll save money and have a better vacation.” Music to my ears. In the 15 years we have been innkeeping, we have witnessed thousands of interactions among guests of varying cultures, ethnicities, economic status, and sexual preference. Winter, spring, summer or fall, guests gather around our breakfast table, out on the ... read more