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Recent Cape Cod property reviews

  • Cape Holiday!!

    "Enjoyed our stay over the 4th of July. The location was perfect... close walk to the beach and the Marketplace with wonderful weather as a bonus. The two living rooms provided our Son and his young family some extra privacy as well. We were also able to celebrate a birthday at one of the great restaurants in Mashpee Commons which is nearby. We had such a good time here and recommend it highly!!!"
    Guest: Grammy Date of Stay: June 2012 Review Submitted: August 17, 2012
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  • A very happy Celebration!

    "My husband and I rented this fabulous historical home to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary. We searched for a place to accommodate our son's and daughter's families. We have 4 grandchildren ages 4, 2, 2, and 10 months. With all those different naptimes and bedtimes, we knew we'd be spending most of our time at the rental location! From the abundant bedrooms, bathrooms, huge deck and yard to the beautiful private beach, this place was perfect for us! Only one negative - The family room needs some new furniture! We hired Chefs On Call to cater a lobster/clambake and they were wonderful! Highly recommend them."
    Guest: A Happy Family! Date of Stay: August 2013 Review Submitted: September 2, 2013
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  • Windy Hill

    "My recent weeks vacation with my extended family was spent at Windy Hill. The house has a great view and is in close proximity to Cooperation Beach - great beach for small kids. There is a path that leads to the beach, however, we discovered that it is much easier to access the beach by way of the road. Short walk and much easier with two babies in tow, cooler, chairs etc. The path is nice, but a bit of a challenge when carrying lots of beach accessories. The house has a nice open floor plan, beautiful deck with nice deck furniture and plenty of yard space for playing games. The kids really enjoyed having the yard to fly kites and play cornhole. The kitchen could use some additional accessories, but is sufficient. I'm a neat freak and thought the house could use a good cleaning. Surfaces are all acceptable but there are many cobwebs and dust bunnies hiding. Furnishings are nice and comfortable, two nice size flat screen TV's, beds are in good shape, bathrooms are attractive and large for size of home. I wish the outdoor shower had a door - open air shower is fine for rinsing off after the beach but that is it. Neighborhood is very private and easily accessible to all major roads. I've rented many beach homes and think this is a great value. Looking forward to coming back."
    Guest: Lori D. Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: July 2, 2013
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  • An Enchanting Home Where a Large Group Can Be Comfortable

    "This is a magical place. The home itself, the way it's furnished, the way it sits on the site, the placement of the decks, the wonderfully landscaped backyard, all made for a very relaxing week for my extended family and I. The views from almost every area of the house, and from all of the decks, are perfect. We spent a lot of time say things like, "I don't know if I'll be able to leave," and "Why don't we live here?" I spent every summer of my childhood in Woods Hole but the week I spent here is one of my fondest memories. The location and number of the bedrooms and bathrooms make it truly comfortable for 10 people to be together but also to have private time. I also loved how the backyard ends with steps down to the bike path. Even though we never got around to renting bikes, all of us walked the bike path, and it served as a peaceful conduit either to other beaches or the village. We will be coming back."
    Guest: Nickname Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 27, 2014
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Cape Cod Travel Tips

When locals talk about Cape Cod, it often sounds like a Dr. Seuss book: Lower cape, upper cape, outer cape, inner cape. While it’s true that each part of the cape has its own unique characteristics, the most important thing to know as a visitor is that Cape Cod offers the freshest seafood and the most perfect, natural escape from the hustle and bustle.

Top Attractions

The biggest draw in Cape Cod is the relaxed lifestyle buttressed by a deep connection with nature.

The Cape Cod National Seashore makes up about 40 miles of seashore on the outer cape - all the way from Provincetown on the upper cape to Chatham on the lower. It includes 68 square miles of woods, lakes, ponds and beaches. Cahoon Hollow Beach in Wellfleet on the Atlantic side is simply beautiful. Come here to relax and grab a drink and some fresh clams at the Beachcomber bar. Marconi Beach, also in Wellfleet, features more crowds but stunning sunsets. Head to the beach at Chatham on the lower cape to tour the quaint Chatham Lighthouse. There are also plenty of bayside beaches in Truro and Provincetown.

As it is situated in a unique coastal and bay ecosystem, Cape Cod has several important wildlife sanctuaries that are great for an educational visit. Schedule in a visit to Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, the Wellfleet Audubon Sanctuary or Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge in Chatham to learn about the local ecosystem and protection efforts.

What To Do

If you’re on the upper cape, check out the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum for a dose of interesting history. On the inner cape catch a film at the old-timey Wellfleet Drive-In Theatre and grab some ice cream to go with at the nearby Wellfleet Dairy Bar and Grill. Wine-lovers won’t want to miss a visit to the fabulous 5-acre Truro Vineyards where you can sample Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. If you’re feeling adventurous and want to go where presidents in the past have been, pay a visit to the John F. Kennedy Memorial in Hyannis and then head to Falmouth to take a ride on The Island Queen Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard - a favorite island of presidents through the ages.

Dining and Shopping

It goes without saying that they know how to do seafood right on the cape. If you’re on the upper cape, eat at the The Lobster Pot, a landmark seafood shack in Provincetown, which serves up no-nonsense deliciousness. You’ll have great views of MacMillan Wharf and can delight in the classics like steamed littlenecks, lobster rolls and clam chowder. A more upscale P-town eatery with a stunning view is Fanizzi’s By the Sea, which serves up classics with an Italian twist.

If you’re on the lower or mid cape, delicious meals can be had at Blackfish in Truro, the Chatham Pier Fish Market (where you can also do some seal watching), Arnold’s Lobster and Clam Bar in Eastham and the delightfully named The Wicked Oyster in Wellfleet.

The hands-down best place for shopping on the Cape is Commercial Street in Provincetown. You can find everything here from upscale boutiques, shops selling artisanal crafts and more funky options like Marine Specialties, Inc. a kooky surplus store, or The Shell Shop, which sells tens of thousands of unique shells.

Bring your swimsuit, sunscreen and appetite in preparation for the perfect Cape Cod vacation.

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