Cape Cod is primarily a summer destination, and one I have spent many summers enjoying. My first visit in the winter was in January (2012) and it was ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL!!
The Bed and Breakfast was the best I have ever stayed at (Have stayed in many!!) It would have been wonderful just to be snowed in there.
But alas, the weather was wonderful so my partner and I were able to take in the many treasures of the area, including walks to the beach, gardens and town.We enjoyed visiting with our hosts (charming, funny, and caring people), eating some of the best breakfasts EVER, and resting in our luxurious room.
We will DEFINITELY be back (even hesitated writing the review since we don't want it to get too popular!)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This 100-year-old carriage house sits on spacious grounds adorned by shade trees and flower gardens. The Inn is located close to the Shining Sea Bikeway, Martha's Vineyard, Nobska Lighthouse, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the many beaches of the Cape. Rooms have private baths and are graciously appointed in a comfortable, clean, airy atmosphere. We are a 'Green' property with free WIFI. Open year 'round. Children of all ages are welcome. ... more less