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Christmas Stroll Weekend Is A Wonderful Time To Visit Cape Cod

November 4th, 2012 by Mike Cassels

Yotsuba & ChristmasThe first weekend in December this year brings two fantastic opportunities to get into the holiday spirit BIG TIME! Sunday Dec 2nd is the Yarmouth Port Christmas Stroll, where you can stroll along beautiful Old King’s Highway in our village from store to B & B to eating and drinking establishments, all offering samples of their home-cooking plus warming hot drinks. You’ll get some  great gift ideas too, and that’s always a good thing a couple of weeks before Christmas.

The same weekend also brings the Nantucket Christmas Stroll, so pretty and jovial with all the stores and streets decorated in the holiday spirit.

So we have decided to wrap both Strolls into a fantastic weekend special deal, take a look and see if we can tempt you!

Festive Season Delights In Cape Cod’s Historic District

November 15th, 2011 by Mike Cassels

Historic Christmas Stroll On Cape CodThere can be few areas of the western world that can rival the beauty and animated landscape of Cape Cod Bay during the Festive Season. Mile upon mile of historic pastel colored clapboard compliments the stunning natural beauty and gently lapping waters of  this thirty mile long conservation area. Residents proudly adorn their homes and businesses with wreaths, candles and fairy lights, creating a warming and spectacular drive along Route 6A.

Well the good news is that you can come and share this occasion, staying at one of the fine historic bed and breakfasts in the heart of this winter wonderland. Many are currently offering value added Festive Packages, ourselves included, at affordable prices that will not disappoint.

We are hoping that your research may lead you irresistibly to Yarmouth Port. Our historic sea-side village, which has many hidden treasures to offer you such as its museums, art galleries and fifty or so sea-captain’s houses, also boasts three of the Cape’s best restaurants, each one offering a different style of cuisine.

A stroll along the local romantic Grays beach and boardwalk, especially to witness the sunset, can of course sharpen the appetite in more ways than one. However, if you are looking for a bit of festive fun, the Yarmouth Christmas Stroll set for December 4th is an event not to be missed, followed by the lighting of the Christmas Tree on the Village Green.

Before you bid your sad farewell, why not spend some time looking for unique Christmas gifts. Our own favorite gift shop is Peach Tree Designs, a five minute walk from our Inn. It never fails to inspire one’s imagination. And if you have time on your way off the Cape, visit Mashpee Commons shopping village, where you’ll find some interesting gift shops.

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