Enchanting ~ c1725 4 Bedroom Antique Colonial Cape, 6/10 Mile To Bay Side Beach.
Historic Charm and Modern Comfort, 6/10 of a mile to Campground beach (bay side) located at the end of Campground Rd: Spend your vacation in one of the Cape's most desirable and beautiful areas.
Your vacation here offers you the best of both worlds: the charm of an Antique c.1725 home with all the amenities and comforts of modern life. This clean, spacious home which sleeps 8 - 9 comfortably features: Large first-floor front to back Master Bedroom with king-sized bed with working fireplace.
Living room is equipped with 1 comfortable leather couch, 1-2 rocking chairs, cable TV, stereo, wireless Internet, DVD player.
Eat-in kitchen that seats 6 and a full bath.
Second-floor has 3 bedrooms: A Master bedroom with Queen-sized Sleigh Bed.
A large bedroom with three twin beds with a ½ bath in-between these two bedrooms.
The 3rd bedroom is a smaller private room with a twin bed.
Each bedroom is supplied with a fan.
There is also an outdoor shower with attached changing room, patio and grill.
The property and the area are very pet friendly too.
Outdoor activities- Biking; Drive-in; Sunset: Get up early with your family, friend or just your spouse and take a bike ride on the Rail Trail, which runs 22 miles from Dennis through Eastham and into Wellfleet.
Later that night take a friend or the family to the 'Wellfleet Drive-In', located 5 minutes down Rte 6 in the town of Wellfleet. The ''Wellfleet Drive-In'' is a blast from the past.
Come back to the beach at night to take in the Beautiful Ocean Sunset, which is not a common site if you are from the East Coast…..but because of the way Cape Cod curls around at its elbow as it heads towards the tip of the Cape….. the Bay side begins to face towards the West and you get to experience one of the many simple, magical pleasures of “Old Cape Cod.”
In Eastham you can see the sun rise in the morning on the Cape Cod National Seashore (ocean side) and the sun set in the evening on Cape Cod Bay all in the same day and only 3-1/2 miles apart from each other.
Local Restaurants: Stop in any morning 2 minutes down the road to ''The Hole in One'' donut shop on Rte 6 and get yourself a delicious cup of coffee or tea and/or a ''taste bud screaming'' homemade donut or muffin.
There are many fine local Restaurants as well, The ''Lobster Pool'' which has great lobster and seafood, The ''Friendly Fisherman'' known and voted for the best lobster roll on the Cape, The ''Fairway Restaurant'', which has a good combination of all foods especially their creative pizzas and last but certainly not least 'Arnold's Restaurant' Right on Rte. 6 and the Rail [bike] Trail it is a cafeteria style restaurant that serves beer and wine and has a walk-up window for ice-cream. All of these establishments offer different atmospheres and dining experiences.
Cape Cod National Seashore : The Cape Cod National Seashore was created on August 7th, 1961 by President John F. Kennedy to protect the sheltering dunes and beautiful coastline.
Eastham has two ocean-side beaches on the National Seashore: Coast Guard Beach, which was rated one of the top 10 beaches in the Nation, and Nauset Light Beach. Both beaches mark the beginning of 30 miles of shoreline stretching all the way to Provincetown.
The red and white Nauset Lighthouse is said to be the most photographed site on Cape Cod.