Okay, let us assume that you are coming to Cape Cod for the first time this summer. One thing’s for sure, you’ll have a hard time deciding which area to stay in, as it can be so difficult doing the necessary research and then of course choosing your accomodation. We, like anyone else who lives Mid Cape on The Olde Kings Highway, can at least help make your decision making process a more informed one, so here are just a few advantages of staying for example, in our historic village of Yarmouth Port.
Tranquility, natural beauty and rich history can all be savored during any time spent here. Our guests can spend time away from their cars enjoying Cape Cod Bay beaches, Grays Boardwalk, the old Wharf and the nature trails that abut our inn’s two acres of landscaped grounds.
The Inn At Cape Cod made an impact in local history as The Sears Hotel in the early 19th century, providing accomodation for weary stagecoach travellers. The village has more than fifty former sea captains houses as well as The Capt. Bangs Hallett’s museum to look at, and the Edward Gorey House Museum lies on the opposite side of the village green.
From the inn you can easily walk to interesting antique and gift shops, art galleries and three of the finest restaurants on the Cape.
No trip to Cape Cod is complete without a day trip to Nantucket and/or Martha’s Vineyard – the ferry terminals and airport are ten minutes away – and of course a Whale Watching excursion, which is only three miles from the inn. Because the Cape is at it’s narrowest in between Yarmouth Port on the Bay side and Hyannis on the southern shore, there are also many additional beaches just a short ride from us.
So come and join us this season and let us take the effort out of your first Cape Cod adventure. Our informative website will give you an idea of how to best spend your vacation time, and our complimentary full concierge service is at your disposal once you arrive.