Quaint colonial located near Craigville Beach with water views of the Centerville River. 5 bedrooms - sleeps 6-8. 2 baths (2 tubs, one shower) and an outdoor shower. Spacious screened porch captures the ocean breeze from Craigville Beach. Large yard. Out door bar-b-que grille provided. Ample parking for 4 or more cars. Fenced-in area for your dog. Minutes by foot to Craigville Beach and to the famous Four Seas Ice Cream shop.
Quaint Colonial Located Just Steps Away From Craigville Beach In Centerville, Ma
Lance Thomas Property Manager
- Calendar last updated:
- Dec 8, 2018
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
this home was very close to what we expected...location was great
Perfect location for us and comfortable. Had all the amenities we needed but AC in 1st level bedroom not really cooling anything. Luckily it cooled off most nights and we had fans. Would book it again
Look forward to staying at the Thomas house every year!!
Easy access to all that Cape Cod has to offer. This cottage has old world charm, with plenty of room for everyone. Walks to the Beach, Four Seas Ice Cream, the Penny Candy Store, or go fishing off the bridge. Lance, who owns this property is very responsive and easy to work with.
Wonderful girls weekend!
Came to the cape for a girls weekend! The house was wonderful with lots of places to hang out and relax! Short drive to many activities. Highly recommend
Clean, cute and convenient.
We had a great time and the house suited our get together perfectly.
This house was perfect for our stay. Very conveniently located near the beach, 5 minute walk. We would definitely be interested in staying again!
Centerville is located next to Hyannisport, the summer home of President John Kennedy, and there is a memorial to him a well as the JFK museum in the next town of Hyannis. Hyannis is considered the "center" of Cape Cod, with over 40 restaurants and bars and a wide variety of shops along its main street. Stroll along the Hyannis Historic "walk to the sea" originating at the JFK Museum and ending at Hyannis Harbor. The Cape Cod Mall is a short drive away. The Hyannis Harbor waterfront is bustling with restaurants, bars, tour boats, and ferries to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard. You can catch the Cape Cod dinner train, which goes from Hyannis to Bourne and the Cape Cod canal, passing quaint villages and cranberry bogs. Biking is especially popular. The old Cape Cod railway which spans from Woodshole to Chatham has been converted to a bike and roller-blading path, and it is a family-friendly way to experience Cape Cod. Bring your golf clubs - there are more than a dozen public courses, the closest being the two Barnstable Municipal courses - Hyannis Country Club and Old Barnstable Fairgrounds. There are also several par-3 courses near by -- Twin Brooks in Hyannis, and Hollyridge in near-by Sandwich. If antiquing is your hobby, you will be charmed by lovely route 6A which winds through true "old Cape Cod," lined with stately old sea captain homes, restaurants, and antique shops.