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See New England Fall Colors from a luxury retreat on Cape Cod in 2013: so spectacular!

August 22nd, 2013 by Mike Cassels

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Cape Cod has Fall colors and so much more………

See New England Fall Colors from a luxury retreat on Cape Cod in 2013 and add another dimension to your vacation, with those extra delights that only Cape Cod can offer. New Englands’s Fall Colors are definitely reason enough to vacation here during sunny autumn days. However, very few places can match Cape Cod and The Islands for their rich diversity of things to do and see at this wonderful time of year.

Here on Cape Cod Bay, on the historic side of The Cape, unlike the Southern shore’s Route 28 which becomes a ghost town, there is a year round community and for most restaurants, shops and attractions, it is business as usual. The abundance of tall trees along the Old Kings Highway historic conservation belt, which follows the Cape Cod Bay shoreline, make this a great area for New England Fall Colors.

We are surrounded by the ocean, which makes a stunning vista with the pristine homes in beautiful pastel colors all along Cape Cod Bay. This is a very good time to visit Cape Cod. There are of course many beaches to walk along and you can still paddle with your pants rolled up on the warmer days in late October…… that can feel so good!

See New England Fall Colors, a small sample at least, from the Inn’s 2.5 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with towering trees, which together with the trees in the adjoining wild life reserve, put on their own show for our guests of red, amber and gold. Our guests can read a book on the sun drenched terraces or on one of our many garden benches. Those late October evenings can be chilly enough for guests to appreciate the cosy fireplace in their room as well as the fires in the drawing room and library. What better than a romantic evening at one of our local fine restaurants, all within a short walk from our Inn, to provide a fitting end to another memorable day on Cape Cod.

In an effort to make up your mind for you, why not take advantage of one of our deals/packages, and see New England Fall Colors and so much more, for yourself.

The World is your Wellfleet OysterFest 2013; Cape Cod Package

August 17th, 2013 by Mike Cassels

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The World is Your Oyster

Wellfleet OysterFest 2013 is coming up fast. I can feel the excitement out there! October 19th and 20th sees what will be the 13th Wellfleet Oyster Fest. Get in there early to make your plans if these include staying a night or two on Cape Cod. The Inn At Cape Cod will be offering an interesting package to our guests – but more of that in a minute.

Wellfleet OysterFest 2013 is a much lauded and eagerly awaited event on the Cape Cod calendar every year. It brings together hundreds of people, locals and visitors alike, for a weekend full of hometown flavor and big time fun. There is something for every one, from local cuisine, cooking demos and educational lectures to live music, arts and crafts, road races, walking tours……… and more. For me, well I shall be watching the annual Oyster Shuck-off Competition to get a few tips – it is not as easy as it looks.

Wellfleet Shellfish Promotion And Tasting, Inc.(SPAT) put on the Wellfleet Oysterfest 2013. Last year an estimated 25,000 people walked through festival entrances, donating $1 each. Proceeds from The Fest Fund are awarded by SPAT to grants for the Town educational programs.

This third weekend of October is a great weekend to take a break of 2 or 3 days in other respects, not

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The Inn At Cape Cod offers a “World Is Your Oyster” 2013 package

least for the chance to see Cape Cod’s fall colours and enjoy the delights of The Historic District, which is where we come in. There is very  limited accommodation in sleepy Wellfleet, and what there is will be snapped up quickly. The big drawback to staying anywhere north of Eastham at that time of year is that so much has closed for the season, and it can feel like a ghost town. This is not the case from Orleans along Route 6A as far as Sandwich. We are located in the middle of this historic conservation area east to west and at the narrowest point north to south, making our location hard to beat. Within ten minutes you can be in Hyannis for shopping and even more restaurants.

So why not give Cape Cod a visit at this beautiful time of year, make a date to call into Wellfleet OysterFest 2013. Wellfleet is only 35 minutes away. We have luxury rooms and suites to offer you, all remodeled with stunning bathrooms, some with beautiful fireplaces. To mark this very special weekend, The Inn At Cape Cod is offering “The World is Your Oyster” 3 day package. Do not wait too long to make your reservation. CLICK HERE for details of what is included.

 

A Spring Fling to Remember at our Luxury Inn At Cape Cod

April 29th, 2013 by Mike Cassels

Daffodils Mean Spring!Why not treat yourself during these glorious spring days, to a well earned break here on Cape Cod at our luxury inn. Yes, the shovelling is over and those chores in the yard can wait a bit longer. Seize the moment and head for The Cape – the Spring is such a beautiful time of the year to enjoy the many things the area has to offer.

You may need somewhere to stay where you will be pampered in 5 star luxury. Somewhere that is tranquil yet well located to see most of the main attractions. Somewhere you can explore the history of Yarmouth Port, and find world class restaurants, beaches and nature trails within walking distance. The Inn At Cape Cod is that “somewhere” to hundreds of visitors from all over the world every year. Its magnificent antebellum building and shady landscaped grounds have a rich history of hospitality dating from the days of stagecoach travel. We cannot be sure, but we believe that our modern day guests will appreciate the level of comfort at our luxury inn that the 18th century traveller could only have dreamt of.

The daffodils and cherry blossom line the Old Kings Highway, the pastel coloured historic houses are being cleaned up after those February storms we had, the beaches and bike trails are looking inviting once again……….. we are ready for you! Seriously though, this is one of the best times to visit and “recharge the old battery”. Just a few advantages to mention: Most attractions open with no standing in line, prix fixe menus at many of the restaurants, the Right Whales may be visible ( and often audible ) from dry land, Route 28 has not yet become a car park, those clear deep blue skies and comfortable temperatures. The list is endless!

Go on, spoil yourselves. Let us welcome and care for you this Spring, for you to enjoy your very own “field of dreams”.

 

September On Cape Cod – There is no better time to visit for nature’s therapy

September 15th, 2012 by Mike Cassels

coney island bird manThe Great Outdoors has never been more enticing here on beautiful Cape Cod. For the next six weeks, you will no longer have to stand in line for your favorite ice cream nor find the beach car park full at 9.30 am. The kids are back to school and Route 28 is once again moving freely.

During all those years Helen and I spent living and working in London, we would get out of town as often as we could, to a country house hotel somewhere in the beautiful English countryside, where we could unwind a bit from the stress of our city life-style.  New Yorkers and Bostonians alike can so easily come to Cape Cod and the Islands for similar get-aways to de-tox and get their worries into perspective: if you like, a sort of therapy courtesy of Mother Nature. The English and Cape Cod landscapes are so similar – there is something quite soothing almost therapeutic, about them both. The Cape however, has that added dimension to it when you visit The National Seashore.  You need only stand on the cliff top at Marconi Beach for a few minutes to be mesmerised by it’s huge horizon.

Come and visit the Cape this Fall. Our location is second to none: the tranquility, beauty and historic environment of Cape Cod Bay takes some beating and yet our luxury bed and breakfast inn is so close to everything, and centrally placed to effortlessly explore the best this stunning area has to offer. In the hope you might choose to stay with us please visit the area pages on our website………..you’ll need no further convincing!

 

Cape Cod’s Sunny Mothers’ Day

May 5th, 2011 by cassels

Every Mom loves flowers! Hot off the press – believe it if you dare – a warm sunny weekend with temperatures in the upper 60s is forecast for Cape Cod this Mothers Day weekend. There is no time like the present to spoil the love of your life – being a mum is not essential – and treat her to one or two nights away, staying in one of our beautiful luxury rooms with hot tub, fireplace etc. A tranquil historic oasis from which to step out and enjoy the springtime attractions of the Cape.

And no, you do not have to take the car in order to dine at a top class restaurant, when you return from that romantic beach sunset. There is a choice of three of Cape Cod’s finest restaurants, each a short walk from our inn, to provide a perfect intimate evening with your partner – why should mums have all the fun.

Let us pamper you during your stay. We’ll even throw in a beautiful bouquet of flowers. You will find that we have a variety of packages to suit individual tastes. Go on spoil her, you know she’s worth it, and leave thye rest to us!

Presidents’ Day at Cape Cod’s “White House”

February 14th, 2011 by cassels

Mount Rushmore As non-Americans living and working in this wonderful country, we feel privileged to be able to share some of its historic traditions, including the celebration of Presidents’ Day next weekend. The connection is even greater because our inn, according to many of our guests, bears a striking resemblance to the White House, a mini and modest version of course . So we decided to learn a little more about this holiday weekend in February,

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Surprise your sweetheart with a romantic Cape Cod Valentines package.

January 29th, 2011 by cassels

Isolated Valentine Heart This year’s February 14th is once again that perfect opportunity to celebrate a loving relationship, whether it is an exciting new romance, time to pop the question perhaps, or quite simply a good excuse – if one were needed that is – to show one another that after a few years of marriage romance is alive and well.

So you’ve found the excuse, now it is just down to choosing those perfect romantic surroundings and an affordable, tantalising package to boot. We think we can help in both these departments. Our beautiful historic inn needs no introduction to romance, after all it was built by Joshua Sears for his sweetheart Phoebe, or so the story goes. Once you have taken a look for yourself at the romantic ambience that we have to offer, we may be able to tempt you further with our Valentines package which includes your choice of luxury room with fireplace, a 4 course breakfast each morning, a romantic candle-lit dinner for two, champagne, a single red rose, balloons and two chocolate hearts from Maison de Fauchon of Paris. We have many extra indulgences to tempt you, including a Valentines cake made to your specification, which leads me to the “icing on the cake” of this romantic occasion : our location on Cape Cod.

There is always a possibility you may be able to share a beautiful ocean sunset together at our local boardwalk, weather permitting, and there are several quality restaurants to walk to from the inn. Oh, and jewelry stores no more than ten minutes away! You will doubtless find those moments of passionate embrace within the cozy confines of your beautiful room, too precious to be considering  much else. Go on, let us spoil you – the rest is up to you!

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