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Cape Cod chocoholics delight, Feb 5, 2011

January 31st, 2011 by cassels

Gratis chocolate  What could be better to brighten up the winter blues than to indulge BIG-TIME in one of your favorite pastimes – that is, chocolate! This weekend brings the 6th Annual Osterville Chocolate Festival, when on Saturday February 5th, between 10 am and 4 pm you can enjoy events and activities throught the village, which is just a short drive from our inn.

Activities include the Great Chocolate Bake Off Contest which isn’t just fun but will also benefit the Hyannis Food Pantry. So why not combine a stay here on our “Beat the Winter Blues”  special with some yummy fun? Then come back to relax in front of your own fireplace, maybe grab some afternoon tea and home-made cookies before going to dinner at one of the fantastic local restaurants.  Hope to see you soon!

Christmas & New Year 2010/11 on Glittering Cape Cod

December 12th, 2010 by cassels

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The Inn at Cape Cod decorated for the holidays

There can be few historic streets in the western world so beautifully lit at Christmas time as The Old Kings Highway on Cape Cod. The proprietors of  sea captains houses, restaurants, stores and of course inns, seem to compete with each other for the most stunning Christmas lights and decorations. An evening drive along what is now known as Route 6A, is not to be missed, following a breathtaking sunset across Cape Cod Bay from our local boardwalk.

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The Borsari Gallery & tea rooms – another wonderful Cape Cod asset

April 13th, 2010 by cassels

As members of a local concierge group, we are privileged to be invited each month to a Cape Cod venue where we can experience what is on offer and tell our guests about it later. Project 365 #1: 010110 Off The Starting Blocks This week we went to the Borsari Gallery & Tea Rooms in Dennis village, less than 10 minutes from our inn. What a wonderful building, an old barn built with the timbers of a 19th century Cape Cod hotel which was destroyed in a storm. The artwork on display is superb, very evocative and diverse, and the icing on the cake is that you can treat yourself to a wonderful, traditional afternoon tea,  including Devon clotted cream and old fashioned cucumber sandwiches with the crusts cut off.

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