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All reviewsfire piteast wingbagelscape codcontinental breakfastoverlooking the harbourmartha's vineyardhyannis harborview of the watermain streetdeluxe roomfresh fruitsteamship authoritywonderful hotelwithin walking distancewould highly recommend this hotelnew england
My wife stayed here for a couple of nights this past summer. They have a complimentary daily breakfast that is over the top. It's better described as a full blown culinary display. The hotel is upscale and is ultra clean. I understand a couple own...More
We stayed in the Osterville room which is at the end of the wing overlooking the water and the ferries sailing to Nantucket. The room was ideal with a sofa bed for the two children and two queen beds for Mother and Granny.
We stayed here at the Anchor In just before Halloween. The weather was still decent and we had a nice view of the harbor from our little deck. We were down the Cape to visit relatives in nearby Centerville and this was a great location....More
We arrived here very late on a dark and stormy November night. The staff were very friendly and accommodating, and the room warm and welcoming. The view of the harbor was breathtaking in the morning. Don't think twice about staying here. It's a lovely little...More
We like to head up to the New England from NJ in the fall, some places are not that cosy out of season. The Anchor In we found warm and welcoming in every way, Well appointed rooms all with water views where you can see...More
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I do not know. Years ago we had a Brittany and at least once she stayed, but she has been gone more than 10 years. I doubt if we asked as she was already elderly, very quiet and we arrive late/leave early, and enter through... More
I do not know. Years ago we had a Brittany and at least once she stayed, but she has been gone more than 10 years. I doubt if we asked as she was already elderly, very quiet and we arrive late/leave early, and enter through the back door.