A Luxury Cape Cod hotel, is that what you are searching for? And you had September in mind for your visit to Cape Cod and The Islands? Well you have chosen the optimum month historically as far as the climate here is concerned. Glorious late summer days with clear blue skies are on their way. The lines of people and frustrating traffic along Route 28 will disappear once Labor Day is over. Most restaurants, attractions, ice cream parlors etc remain open. What’s not to like about September on Cape Cod?
The beach car parks are rarely full once Labor Day is over and the water temperature remains decent for a swim in the ocean. There is no better time to visit either Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket, and the 15 minute flight to Nantucket is even more attractive as a means of travel to the island. The views of both islands and the Cape can be breathtaking, and you can even book your flight back to coincide with a magnificent sunset.
The Old Yarmouth Inn next door to our luxury Cape Cod hotel, just 70 yards away, will still be serving up mouth watering seafood specials, including the stuffed lobster special that people seem to travel miles to get their hands on…… oh, I can assure you from my own experience that you will enjoy this one! This award winning restaurant never disappoints and has a great wine cellar, friendly staff and ghosts. But then what else would you expect from one of the oldest taverns in the U.S.
There are numerous exciting and mouth-watering events coming up in Cape Cod’s calendar, so you may want to plan your visit to take in one or two of these:
The Annual Cape Cod Bird Festival: Sept 13th, 14th & 15th
The44th Annual Bourne Scallop Fest: Sept.20th, 21st &22nd
The Barnstable Harvest Festival including The Second Annual Brew Fest: Sept 28th & 29th
The 5th Annual Fall For The Arts Festival: Sept 28th to October 31st
Nauset Lighthouse Tours: Sundays 1 – 4 pm thro Sept
Truro Highland Lighthouse: 7 days a week 10 am – 5.30 pm thro Oct 13th
What a place Cape Cod is – there is always its rugged beauty, history and culture close at hand for visitors and lucky residents alike at any time of year. Come and join the Cape Cod appreciation club and see for yourself this September.