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The Palmer House Inn is a 1901 Queen Anne Victorian inn with an adjacent bed & breakfast guest house, all within the Falmouth Historic District. It's a blend of antique furnishings inside and enriching landmarks including the birthplace of "America the Beautiful" author Katherine Lee Bates.... more
Step back in time with the Ship's Knees Inn. This former sea captain's home turned bed and breakfast was lovingly restored, yet maintains its authentic Cape Cod charm. Model ships, braided rugs and antiques add to the old-style New England feel.... more
Hyannis, Cape Cod is the historic summer hometown of America's first family the Kennedys! The Resort is a very short distance from the Kennedy Compound, Kennedy Museum, and the historic waterfront district.... more
The Isaiah Jones Homestead Bed & Breakfast is an elegant 1849 Victorian Inn & Carriage House in the historic Sandwich Village, only an hour south of Boston. Each of their seven rooms feature fresh flowers, candles, queen sized beds, antiques and sitting areas perfect for curling up with a cup of tea and a book. All of the renowned Cape Cod... more
All of the Belfry Inne & Bistro's properties were built in the 1800s and have been lovingly restored. The Abbey's humble church beginnings make for imaginative room spaces while the antique furniture bejeweling many of the rooms adds to the history.... more
Follow one of America’s Top 10 Scenic Highways to Sandwich Lodge & Resort, Old King’s Highway, which runs parallel to the coastline from Bourne to Provincetown. The Old King's Highway is the most historic and scenic route to Provincetown, passing nature preserves of breathtaking beauty and the longest contiguous historic district in... more
For a sense of history and charm of Cape Cod, there are few options that can match The Waterford Inn. Transport yourself back in time in the Provincetown inn that was once a Sea Captain's mansion from circa-1860! And no need to worry about sacrificing any of today's modern comforts, each accommodation is well-appointed with modern furnishings an... more
Built by a retired ship captain, the inn is the oldest in town, welcoming guests since 1830. Chatham, the home of the Cranberry Inn, is rich in history and is one of America's distinctive destinations in the National Trust for Historic Preservation!... more