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Chatham Bars Inn
9
10 reviews
A classic Cape Cod inn blending historic ambience with state-of-the-art facilities — Jetsetter
Wequassett Resort and Golf Club
8
7 reviews
Equally memorable is evening s’mores: you can order a kit to your room, complete with a personal fire pit. Or head to one of the fire pits scattered throughout the property for some socializing. — Travel + Leisure
Captain's House Inn
8
7 reviews
Everything about this inn, set in an 1839 Greek Revival mansion and its luxurious outbuildings, is gracious — Lonely Planet
8
3 reviews
Occupying an 1857 farmhouse, this year-round country-style inn offers homey comforts in a quiet yet central neighborhood — Lonely Planet
Old Sea Pines Inn
8
3 reviews
This inn still has charm and personality, perhaps left over from when it was the Sea Pines School of Charm and Personality for Young Women — Frommer's
A Little Inn on Pleasant Bay
7
4 reviews
Part of the fun here are your hosts, made up of two British sisters and the German husband of one of them — Frommer's
The Villages at Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
7
4 reviews
Ocean Edge is for those who like a full-service vacation: The 429-acre property has a private Cape Cod Bay beach, tennis, and an 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus — Frommer's
Chatham Gables Inn
7
3 reviews
The Chatham Gables Inn in Cape Cod provides an elegant and comfortable escape — Oyster
Belfry Inn and Bistro
7
3 reviews
The six rooms are done in a dark and bolder palette than the rooms in the other two buildings. They have vaulted ceilings and two-person whirlpool bathtubs. — Frommer's
Inn on the Sound
7
3 reviews
At this understated and serene but stylish inn, perched on a bluff overlooking Vineyard Sound, the living room and most guest rooms face the water — Fodor's
Anchor Inn Beach House
7
3 reviews
A warm and welcoming B&B escape in New England, including complimentary daily breakfast — Jetsetter
Even’tide Resort Motel and Cottages
7
3 reviews
Popular with families and couples alike, these comfortable accommodations are a smart, affordable choice for those wanting to be close the shore (and who don’t mind walking). — Travel + Leisure
Carriage House Inn
7
3 reviews
An affordable inn by Chatham standards. The rooms are tidy, the queen beds comfy and the breakfast home-cooked. Free use of bikes and beach gear adds to its popularity. — Lonely Planet
Captain Farris House
7
2 reviews
This 1849 house, listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places, has been done up to the nines — Frommer's
The Inn at Cape Cod
7
2 reviews
A stately Greek Revival building with imposing columns, the inn has one of the most dramatic facades of any house on the Cape; it sits near the Botanical Trails and has its own fine gardens. — Fodor's
The Coonamessett
7
2 reviews
At this delightful inn, five buildings of one- and two-bedroom suites ring a landscaped lawn that leads to a scenic wooded pond — Fodor's
Captain's Manor Inn
7
2 reviews
One of the town’s most historic inns, the Captain’s Manor was built in 1849 by a sea captain for his southern bride, which is why the exterior has a plantation style wrap-around veranda — Frommer's
Treehouse Lodge
7
2 reviews
Formerly the Sleepy Hollow Motor Inn, the mostly renovated Treehouse Lodge (work-in-progress) is a great family-friendly destination — Fodor's
Woods Hole Inn
7
2 reviews
This gorgeously restored 19th century property, located right on the harbor in Woods Hole, features 11 rooms and suites — Fodor's
Beechwood Inn
7
2 reviews
This exquisite B&B gets its name from the two stately beech trees on the property — Frommer's
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