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Recent Cape Cod reviews

  • Perfect Off-season rental

    "As advertised. Great location, although parking is not an issue after Labor Day. Well maintained, mostly new fixtures. Easy access to beaches (ocean and bayside). Great place to bring a dog (bring a Berner and you'll meet loads of people). Wellfleet has several lovely restaurants and Provincetown is only 20 mins. Loved Bayside Betsy's in P'town for all-you-can-eat fish fry on Fridays. Only criticism is that it would be nice for a "dog-friendly" home to have the back yard enclosed."
    Guest: Berner2 Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 5, 2016
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  • Amazing lake home in a special nook of the Cape!

    "My husband, dog, and I have stayed in this home for a week every summer for the last 3 years. I grew up on Cape Cod and wanted a place to stay while visiting my family and enjoying a vacation. Before I even get to the house, I can tell you as a (former) local, this location is a hidden gem. Centerville is central to most anywhere you would like to get on the greater Cape, including to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard ferries, as well as to the Hyannis airport (hello direct to NYC Jet Blue flights!). The house comes with a coveted beach pass and is a 5 minute drive from my very favorite secret, pass-requiring beach on Cape Cod, so you have the best of both worlds: a house directly on the lake, plus bike or drive-able beach access. This is a boon for people with dogs or children, or who just want a more quiet, less sandy experience than a beach home can provide. On to the house: the owners do everything to make you feel at home and enjoy your stay. The house is clean with plenty of bathroom and beach towels, sheets, tables, chairs, dishes and silverware. There are 4 bedrooms varying in size and the master bedroom has lovely lake views from bed. The porch is jaw-dropping gorgeous. The photos here do not lie. The sun sets over the lake, making for some magnificent nights, and the porch is huge, directly over the lake and with ample seating. The lake water is lovely for swimming, paddle boarding, or kayaking (some of this will require a rental on your part, not hard to come by on the cape). Because the house is located in a protected cove, not only is this area of the lake quieter than others, you are spared motor boats and jet skis blazing by at high speed. The house itself has plenty of room for one family or two small families to enjoy between the outdoor space, large living/dinning room, separate eat-in kitchen, and separate sunken TV room. There is also a huge outside shower, in addition to the 1.5 bathrooms within the house. I cannot say enough nice things about this house and the owners and we hope to come back for many years to come."
    Guest: Jessica S. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 12, 2016
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  • Very clean, near our favorite beaches, beds comfortable

    "This house was in the perfect location for our family. It was super clean when we arrived. We had plenty of room for our family of 5, with three teenaged kids (actually didn't even use one of the bedrooms). We havent rented a house on the Cape in awhile so we were thrilled to have three showers and a kitchen and living room to spread out. Outside shower was great. Location was key as we go to Beachcomber and Whitecrest as well as utilize the bike path, which is 1.5 miles away. The owner was extremely communicative and responsive. Beds were very comfortable. No A/C but ceiling fans in each bedroom kept us plenty cool."
    Guest: MB P. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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