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Recent Bass River reviews

  • Perfect Location and Very Comfortable

    "We rented the house for our annual golf trip to the Cape and couldn't have been more pleased. The location offers easy access to our favorite golf courses and is a short distance to area restaurants. Joanne was easy to deal with and everyone in our group was completely satisfied."
    Guest: Kevin T. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 23, 2015
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  • "Pleasant Street" memories.

    "As the name of the street anticipates, this is a cozy traditional cottage where we had a great time last July. It consists of two floors arranged exactly as described on the website and being just two people, for us the cottage was really comfortable, it was like having a hotel suite each. There are wooden floors almost everywhere, which gives the house an old-times atmosphere together with the good taste furnishings.There are all modern comforts though, including air-conditioning, necessary on hot summer days and nights! Everything was very clean and tidy, with little homely touches like the flip-flop magnetic notepad on the 60’s fridge. Outside there’s a little patio hidden from the main street (with table/chairs/BBQ) where we used to have breakfast, great to relax and have a drink or dinner in the evening. The neighbourhood is really beautiful and quiet, very green, with birds and squirrels, and lots of big cottages with nice lawns and huge hydrangea bushes! The location is perfect because it’s in the middle of the Cape, so everything is at a short distance, but certainly you need a car. However,there are things you can do just walking or riding a bicycle: across the street there’s the river, with boats, kayaks, etc. and some tiny beaches. Otherwise there’s Smugglers’ beach, which you can reach on foot, where you can sunbathe,swim,fish or have a walk at sunset before dining at a nearby restaurant, tasting the local seafood (delicious littlenecks, steamers and lobster!) In the garage of the cottage you can find everything you need for the beach and bicycles. Any downsides? Well, the only one I find is that the garden would need some “re-styling”, also because the ones nearby look extremely trim and tidy, but this doesn’t really affect your stay in the cottage. We drove around a lot and Barbara, the owner, also gave us some good tips about restaurants nearby , for shopping in the area and things to do, like going to a tag sale just down the road, which was great fun for us as it was a taste of local traditions. Barbara was really very helpful and friendly, always available without being obtrusive. The owner living next door is certainly a positive aspect in case of need, but besides that she’s such a nice lady that it was a pleasure to meet her .So, we hope to go back one day to repeat the experience and make the most of Pleasant Steet again! Thank you Barbara!"
    Guest: Cinzia C. Date of Stay: July 2015 Review Submitted: August 25, 2015
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  • Fun Vacation!

    "We have been vacationing on the Cape for 20 years and this year decided to try South Yarmouth. We're so glad we did and are glad we chose this home. It was an excellent location and very roomy for our group of 6. We had everything we needed for a great week-- warm weather, long beach days and day trips to Chatham and Nantucket. The kids loved the outdoor shower and the bunk beds. We were so glad to have the privacy of a house at the end of the street where the kids could ride their bikes and play. We definitely would recommend this home and would come back again. (the owners were very nice and helpful too)"
    Guest: Nick S Date of Stay: July 2015 Review Submitted: March 29, 2016
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  • Clean, cozy, centrally located

    "We enjoyed the location for kayaking, sailing, and SUP. If you like to paddle, the ride down the Bass River to the sound is a nice one. We also enjoyed swimming and looking for little water critters off the dock. It was a great central point for exploring the CCRT (although the road to get to the rail trail is quite busy with a small shoulder and not safely bikable for children, which the owner had fully disclosed ahead of time when I asked), and for going to sound, bay and oceanside beaches. We loved Gray's Beach and Flax Pond nearby, and Coast Guard and Nauset Beaches were an easy drive. The owner was very communicative, friendly and helpful. She made a great recommendation for Sesuit Harbor Cafe for a scenic spot and delicious lobster roll. The cottage was super clean and well stocked. We enjoyed the spacious deck for outdoor dining. The owner graciously allowed us to have 8 people and a dog, but 4 adults and 4 children inside did feel a bit cramped. I would highly recommend this place for a group/family of 4-6 people. The cottage is on the road to the public boat launch, but it never felt too noisy or crowded. The association beach was nice and the kids had fun on the water trampoline, but it is a 5 minute walk away either on the road or along a non-trail on the shore. Overall, it was a great experience. We rent a waterfront home for a week every summer, and this one ranked at the top in the categories of cleanliness and owner communications."
    Guest: Peggy T. Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: August 22, 2015
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