There are days when you toil at this thing called inn-keeping, and days when it seems as if the moon and the stars align to beam all their energy directly on you. Today was one of those days…a moon and star day.
When you are a small business, like the High Pointe Inn, competing in a big pond, like Cape Cod, it is often an effort to stand out among the many fine lodging establishments that dot the landscape. But today the light shone on us, and we are so grateful to be recognized as one of the nicest places to stay on Cape Cod by not one, but two publications, one national and one international.
First, we received a letter from Foder’s Travel, the leading publisher of guidebooks for American travelers, informing us that the High Pointe Inn has been selected as a “Fodor’s Choice 2010” establishment. Each year their team of expert travel writers from around the globe select an exclusive list of lodging accommodations as the best places to stay while visiting a particular region. This is the second time we have been recognized by Fodor’s as a Cape Cod “Fodor’s Choice” lodging establishment and we are sincerely grateful for the wonderful recognition they bestowed upon us.
Incredibly, as if that weren’t enough, in today’s edition of the London Telegraph, the High Pointe Inn was featured in an article written by Pamela Petro, entitled “Cape Cod: A Cape for all Seasons”, as one of the “finest water-view lodgings” on Cape Cod. We were delighted to among such fine company that included the Chatham Bars Inn and the Wequasett Inn, two of what many consider to be world-class resorts.
We count our blessings every day that we live and work in this beautiful part of the planet and we are delighted to share our small, but intimate B&B with guests who travel here from around the world. With any luck, we’ll be here for many moons to come.