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Recent Cape Cod reviews

  • Comfortable Stay, Great Location

    "All the other reviews that call out the location benefits are spot on. A quick 5-minute walk and you are at the Cape Cod National Seashore without having to deal with parking. My dog loved it. The house is simply furnished, comfortable and very clean. It has a nice open feeling to it that I enjoyed. The first nor'easter of the season hit while I was visiting, and it was a great place to just hunker down with a good book and watch the storm rage outside. John has put together a very thorough intro packet, with recommendations for things to do, places to eat, the works (enjoyed Red Barn Pizza and Mac's Seafood). I enjoyed my stay and will definitely visit again."
    Guest: Martha T. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 26, 2014
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  • Monomoscoy Island retreat, Mashpee, Massachusetts

    "Heavenly if you like birds, fresh air, nature, trees and woods. The sun rises above the river over this peaceful property. The quietness and solitude are palpable and restful. Set back from the riverfront is a large beautiful yard, many tall pine trees and a big well crafted wooden house. In wintertime, it was an oasis of tranquility. The house is so inviting and has everything you could need for weeks or months at a time. The library shelves are full of fascinating books on all kinds of subjects: art, biographies, business, cape cod, children's books, foreign languages, history, nature, philosophy, reference books, sciences. There is a closet full of family games and puzzles. We watched and listened to a never ending parade of winter land and sea birds flying or floating by: bluejays, cardinals, chickadees, crows, finches, hawks, osprey, sparrows, woodpeckers, and bufflehead ducks, Canadian geese, cormorants, mallard ducks, seagulls and swans. Monomoscoy Island is a protected wildlife preserve, and well off the beaten tourists pathways. The house was clean, dry, nondrafty, beautifully furnished, so comfortable and well kept throughout. The big kitchen is full of dishes, glasses, mugs, pans, pots and utensils. The beds were super comforting and always a good nights sleep. There is an abundance of fresh linens. Large homes are nearby, but the yard and surrounding area is private, tree-filled and woodsy. In winter it gets dark early (you can really see the constellations!) but there is good lighting inside and outside where needed. Pathways to the house are clearly marked and lighted. Well maintained wood chip strewn driveway, with plenty of parking off the short side road. Mashpee is a lovely town of Wampanoag Indian origins. Many native descendants still live in the older parts of town, and sponsor a huge powwow of costumed dancing, drumming, and a musical celebration of their Indian culture during the summertime. We loved being here in the winter, with the cold outside it never felt anything but cozy, protected and warm inside the house. The resident hosts, who live on one side of this spacious two-story duplex, were so kind, helpful, thoughtful and never endingly patient, and made sure if there were anything we needed that they were only a phone call or text away, or a knock on their door (entrance way and foyer is shared). They will probably offer you some home cooking, and it was great! Truly a serene, special, spiritual place. And it snowed too!"
    Guest: JJ Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 24, 2015
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  • Great house

    "The house is perfect for all weather. You need this on the Cape. The beds are comfortable and the kitchen is modern and well-supplied. The setting is ideal. The beach down the street is charming."
    Guest: Charley Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 11, 2014
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  • Nice little place to relax in.

    "The teepee was a nice relaxing place for my family and I. Pluses like of board games and classic cartoons to wact on the rainy days we were there. Good and friendly town near by. Only down side it was an adventure to find all the light switches to the lights."
    Guest: Stace Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 1, 2015
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