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Recent Cape Cod reviews

  • Beautiful sunrises and sunsets

    "This beachfront cape home is very clean, comfortable and has every amenity you can think of. We used the rental instead of a hotel as me and my fiance (now husband) were married at White Cliffs which is right down the road. The rental is very close to shopping, sports bars and restaurants. We had plenty of space for our adult children to crash after the wedding. We took a 4 mile walk on the beach during low tide. Beach was stunning and beautiful."
    Guest: Catherine F. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: November 28, 2015
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  • oasis of peace & tranquility

    "Initially when I found this bungalow to rent & it was available, I was excited to have nailed down a place to stay the week I wanted to be in Provincetown. However, after getting a chance to see it live & stay there for a week, I know I was lucky to find this gem. Great space for 3 adults and a dog (which was my group for a week), great amenities, beautiful area surrounding the bungalow. If you enjoy peace & quiet, seeing beautiful flowers, and being in a comfortable space where you can escape the hustle & bustle of Provincetown, this bungalow is for you! Don't let anyone tell you it's too far in the sticks; it's an easy walk or bike ride into the center of town, a great place to run from from. Other pluses: close to a very good little market (East End Market). In addition, the owner is clear, helpful, and easy to communicate with. I'm already looking forward to another stay at this charming bungalow!"
    Guest: Sidney T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Great vacation!

    "My family of 10 really enjoyed staying on this Cape Cod property. We thought the location was great. It is a 2-3 min drive to the town center which had very cute shops and restaurants ( certainly within walking distance). Neighborhood seems very safe. The house had plenty of spaces for us (5 bedrooms). The 3 boys enjoyed the room with a bunk bed & twin bed, although that room seems to be the most stuffy, even with the AC unit on. I'm not sure why. There is also a twin bed right in where the formal dining is, which we did not use since there is no privacy. I suppose it's for someone who is not able to climb stairs to the upstairs bedroom. However I would have liked a big dining room table there instead for family dinners. There is a big table outside on the deck but dor the rainy or hot days an indoor table would be nice. We ended up sitting around the kitchen island & the breakfast table which also worked ok. The kitchen is well stocked & there are plenty of towels, beach towels for everyone. The 2 big TV's and piano were good for entertainment. There were plenty of tv channels including on demand movies which we loved. We really enjoyed our relaxing vacation there and owner has been attentive to all the details for the house. Would definitely stay there again if we are in the area."
    Guest: Sandy L. Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: August 14, 2015
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  • The only bad part is leaving

    "This was our second year staying a week at the Teepee, so that says something I suppose. For our families (adults and 5-6 year olds), this location is the most ideal on the Cape. And we just love this house! It has a woodsy feel, with a back yard perfect for making smores in the firepit. As others have mentioned, it's convenient for spectacular bay and ocean beaches (plus the underrated Great Pond / Wiley Park right down the street- a very nice swimming lake), and for getting on the bike trail (bike rental spot is within walking distance). The house is so comfortable and relaxing and well-equipped (but, yes, the spiral staircase that leads to the two upstairs bedrooms is a bit tight and could be challenging for some). It should be noted that the house is not really "in town"- you will be biking / driving to most stores and activities. Works for us, since the trip is always beautiful no matter which direction you go, and cute Cape towns are within a few miles, but it's not for those who are looking for an in-town, walk-to-the-corner-store (or pub) experience. We enjoy the quiet, and the sounds of the birds...the tree-house feel of it all, and the easy accessibility to beaches and such. The nearby Wellfleet Drive-In is good fun for the family (fun to bring lawn chairs and sit in front of the car), and whale watching in P-Town was definitely worth the money- it's magical to see them flopping around out there. Also should be noted that we did pull a tick off one of the kids last year when we got home (probably picked-up at the Welfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, but hard to say for sure). Didn't turn into Lyme thankfully, but they are out there, and we were not so good at checking last year. We got the message- it is important to be vigilant every day about checking for them. All in all, the Teepee house, and this part of the Cape, come highly recommended for those looking for a family-friendly, nature-loving vacation in a comfortable home with accessible, friendly and helpful owners. And I bet it's really nice off-season, when the crowds have thinned out and you can get more bang for your buck. It must be beautiful in spring, with everything coming to life, and the water's still warm in the fall (actually, the ocean is warmest then). Thank you Jeanne- see you next year!"
    Guest: Jason I. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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