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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!


Christmas & New Year 2010/11 on Glittering Cape Cod

December 12th, 2010 by cassels


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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Cape Cod beaches:Cape Cod Bay reminds us of the Med.

March 26th, 2010 by cassels

No we are not kidding. Summer days on Cape Cod BayisraelER_0809_0350  can often give us the feeling that we are back in Mediteranean Europe, where we spent so many years before coming to the U.S.A. We look at the wonderful beaches that we and our guests can enjoy, there are six or seven Bay side within ten minutes of our inn, not to mention the same number again on the southern coastline within twenty minutes of our Summer Street tranquil retreat. We believe that Cape Cod Bay beaches seriously rival most Mediteranean beaches, and they are for the most part considerably less busy (photo shown is the Med, just in case you thought it was the Cape).

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Close to the tee, and back in time for tea on Cape Cod Bay

March 20th, 2010 by cassels

Joe Kirkwood (1897-1970) First-time visitors to Cape Cod are often surprised at how many good golf courses there are to play, in fact it is second to Myrtle Beach as a golfing destination. The Cape and islands offer such a weaith of history, culture and outdoor activities, not to mention the miles of white sandy beaches, that it is hard to resist for golfers looking for a vacation beyond the miles of fairways!

You will be close to one or more courses wherever you stay on Cape Cod, however if you are a serious golfer you will doubtless wish to do your own research on the various courses or you may wish to use the detailed information including maps, on our own website, whether you choose to stay with us or not.

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