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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"My family (husband + 2 kids) have rented this house three years in a row, and love it more each year. Its secluded and quiet, but easy to get to town. We walked down to the small beach at the end of the lane, or played in the large yard if we wanted to stay close to home -- or jumped in the car for a quick jaunt to another beach.
The house is extremely comfortable, with just the right amount of updating in bathrooms and the kitchen, but keeping the charm of the delightful house, living room and study intact. The wireless is great - we had some work to do in the evenings, and sat together in the study -- it was so nice we almost didn't mind working on vacation!
My kids love coming back to this house - they remember watching the birds and the rabbits that tend to appear in the afternoon, and also are the biggest fans of the outdoor shower.
This is truly the perfect Cape house, and the best part is you know you are on the Cape, not in a soulless house that could be dropped down anywhere."
Guest: KateDate of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: September 10, 2014
"LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. This vacation getaway is situated on a very quiet two- home drive way, abutting a nature reserve, and is within a 5-10 min walk of one of the most secluded and beautiful beach spots in Provincetown.
Surrounding this wonderfully designed and decorated home away from home are three distinctively unique garden setting designed for year round visual and physical enjoyment.
The "South-East Garden” which faces the rising sun, has two comfortable chairs and a small- raw stone table for your early morning coffee drinking comfort. Surrounded by a number of "specimen type evergreens" , African stone and iron sculptures, and pottery and a wonderful view of the nature reserve, this lovely setting is a a pleasant place to start your day.
As you enter or exit your vacation home you find yourself midst a botanical potpourri . Japanese Maples, ornamental grasses, clump bamboo, and more specimen evergreen trees and bushes. Many varieties of flowers help to make this setting a color delight. For your added pleasure there is a raw-stone bench to sit and enjoy the scenery and more African art and rare specimens of rocks and minerals.
To complete this wonderful envelope of varied plantings and art is the "Shade Garden". View-able as one enters and exits the property and from the elevated deck. this Spring thru Fall delight features a large variety of premium hostas, ferns and shade friendly shrubs. The colors, textures, and shapes stimulate the senses and make for a cool mid-day place to stroll and smile.
Oh yes, there is also the renowned town of Provincetown and the surrounding beaches and dunes. Wake up to visual and sensual pleasures explore your surroundings through out the day and return to your botanical haven as you please. YOU CERTAINLY PICKED THE RIGHT SPOT TO TREAT YOURSELF NICELY!!!"
Guest: steveDate of Stay: November 2014Review Submitted: March 9, 2015
"Three generations gathered in this lovely home on Nauset Heights. We have stayed in this area in the past, but never in as well-equipped and gracious house. Walk to the beach, sit on the deck and listen to the surf and just relax. Plenty of room to be together for meals and games but to get away from each other when you desire: younger folks to play pool on the first floor, watch TV in the family room or have a conversation in the living room.
Comments on Nauset Beach: You have easy access to the public Nauset Beach (without having to fight for a parking place) with lifeguards and the fabulous onion rings at Liam's. But you also have direct walking access to the connected private beach which has no lifeguards but has the benefit of privacy and fewer crowds."
Guest: Nancy E.Date of Stay: August 2014Review Submitted: August 25, 2014