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Luxury Hotel Rooms On Sale: 2.5 acres at Cape Cod 100 acre nature reserve.

May 24th, 2013 by Mike Cassels

sweet escapeA stunning historic property, opened as the Sears Hotel circa 1830, is now an upscale luxury hotel in one of the best locations on Cape Cod. Walk to Bay, beach, boardwalk, warm and safe swimming, three great restaurants, museums, nature trails, art galleries, antique store, ice cream parlour, historic Captains Mile, Ed Gorey House……… AND MORE!

You can buy a stay in this 5 star luxury for as little as $230 per night. All prices include a full breakfast, 24/7 coffee & tea, daily home-made cookies, welcome tray of goodies, welcome glass of wine, secure in-room wi-fi highspeed internet, concierge, private parking.

There is a choice of seven luxury rooms and suites, all recently remodelled, each with its own beautiful en-suite bathroom. Some rooms have private decks, fireplaces, bubble massage/double soak tubs/multi jetted showers. You will find 800+ TC egyptian cotton bed linen, crisp triple sheeted pillow top beds, choice of pillows, luxurious oversized bath sheets and Molton Brown amenities. All our rooms have large flat screen TVs, DVD players and ipod docking stations.

Guests can find an interesting book or two in our library, which also has a DVD collection, and plan their Cape and Islands adventures with our visitors orientation maps, guide books and DVDs. They can also relax in comfort in our drawing room. Both this room and the library have cosy fireplaces. In fact we have refurnished the whole Inn with comfort and classic style in mind, using Ethan Allen high-end quality furniture and restored antiques.

Why not spoil yourself and “buy” a few nights at the 5 star luxury Inn At Cape Cod. There is no more beautiful time to come than these glorious Spring days, whether you are reading a book on the Adirondack in the shade of our 300 year old Cottonwood, or exploring the National Seashore.

Cape Cod’s stagecoach history and how our inn played its part.

May 3rd, 2010 by cassels

Cape Cod’s Kings Highway, now Route 6A, meanders it’s way for some thirty miles through several beautiful villages, which were all settled during the seventeenth century. Our charming village of Yarmouth Port is situated on Cape Cod Bay about halfway along this tranquil and leafy historic district. Visitors who choose to spend time here, are often surprised by how much there is to explore on foot during their stay, and particularly the rich history of the village, which is so very much in evidence.

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The story of Cape Cod’s Captains’ Mile

March 16th, 2010 by cassels

The section of the Old King’s Highway, which winds its way through the historic village of  Yarmouth Port, has another name dating back decades.Stagecoach

For years locals have referred to this stretch of Route 6A as “Captains’ Mile” due to the large number of historic sea captains houses that line both sides of the road inbetween Willow Street and Union Street. In fact, in 1966 this beautiful district was declared a national historical district. In addition to the 47 sea captains’ homes that are on  the highway, there are a further eight to be found in this charming village, not to mention a number of other historic buildings, including our inn which was the Sears Hotel in the early 19th century.

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