5 Top Things Everyone Visiting Cape Cod Must See and Do

Cape Cod offers an abundance of natural beauty for visitors to enjoy, but if you haven’t done your research, here are the top 5 things everyone must see and do before leaving the Cape. Drive scenic route 6A, the Old … Continue reading

Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary: A Haven of Nature in Barnstable, MA

Tucked away down a long winding road, the Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary is simply that: a sanctuary of diverse ecosystems nestled between Sandy Neck beach and Barnstable Harbor. Part of the Massachusetts network of Audubon wildlife sanctuaries, Long Pasture offers … Continue reading

Top Ten “Don‘t Miss” Experiences on Cape Cod

In honor of our 10th anniversary of innkeeping, I thought I’d start a series of “Top Ten” lists. We’ve certainly made a few of these lists during our stewardship here on Cape Cod. We were named to the list of … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

Cape Cod Vacation: Ahhhh…Summer at Last

When I was a little girl my family took a two week vacation every summer in a little cottage in Brewster right on Cape Cod Bay. Those two weeks were always magical. Days were filled with visits from family and … Continue reading

Serving Up Homemade Jam at our Cape Cod Inn

We buy all the jams and jellies we serve to guests from the Chatham Jam and Jelly shop right here on Cape Cod. Of course, as a small business on this magnificent peninsula, we support as many other local businesses … Continue reading

Culinary Tour of Cape Cod

Culinary tourism is one of the current “hot” things to do when visiting a new destination. With the trend towards “farm to table” the traveling public has developed a penchant for exploring farms, farmstands, microbreweries, and unique purveyors of locally … Continue reading