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Recent Cape Cod reviews

  • Very attractive and charming in upscale neighborhood.

    "The Windmill delights. It is small and tight but charming and tastefully decorated and comfortable. The location is ideal: Set in a garden of a residential, upscale neighborhood; quiet but close to the village and shops overlooking the beautiful Pond. Be aware, the upstairs bedroom is accessed by a steep staircase. Therefore I would not recommend the Windmill to anyone with physical limitations or children....But my (adult) daughter and I love it!"
    Guest: Tanya O. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 1, 2016
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  • Perfect Cape Vacation property

    "We loved this home so much that I really hate to tell others about it but I will. If you want quiet, the sound of the ocean hitting a sea wall, a short walk to not one but 2 beaches and a spot for the best sunrise and sunsets then this is your place. I have to be honest, when our family of 4 adults and our 1 dog arrived, I just put down my bags and said "Ok you guys, do what ever you want, I'm staying here for the full week." The house has an open floor plan that in and of itself is a breath of fresh air. Sue has decorated it with calming Cape colors and furniture, it's just perfect. A very important feature are the bed mattresses, all of them were heavenly. To be honest with you, there are a few other properties we've rented that we just won't go back to because of the beds. A horrible nights sleep does not a fun vacation make. Ok, on to the heavenly deck, what can I say but ahhhhhh. Upstairs is a lovely round table with chairs and a place for an umbrella that got some serious use. Two plastic wicker benches and a side table make the whole area perfect. Morning coffee (made in the perfect multi cook kitchen) to start the day, cocktails to end the day, watching the ocean and enjoying the peace and quiet was fantastic. We had two trucks and a car all fit fine in the parking area. There was all of the cookware you could want or need. The place was spotless and had none of the "cape cod mold" smell. One bathroom and a great outdoor shower, worked for all of us. Microwave, out door grill, stove, Mr coffee coffee maker and great fridge all included. You are about 1/2 hour from PTown for a great meal and a fun walk and shop experience. We only used the local Eastham Superette, the prices are great, meats are incredible and the liquor store next door was all we needed. Get their ground beef, you haven't seen anything like it unless your grandmother ground her own like mine did! I can't imagine anything you might need but Sue, the owner was there on the phone in a flash, you will feel really well taken care of. Now, I'm off to book again for next year before you all take my dates! Enjoy now...."
    Guest: Cathy R. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • Amazing Family Vacation!

    "This was our first year vacationing on the Cape, and this house could not have been more perfect for us! My parents, my sister, our husbands and our kids were more than comfortable and happy with this house! The inside was equipped with everything we could have possibly wanted; from the fairly new appliances, BEAUTIFUL dishes, garbage disposal and plenty of counter space, to the roomy couches, sizeable bedrooms and large dining room! We were outside every day playing, BBQ'ing and making s'mores. The outside had 2 swings for the kids, plenty of frisbees and balls, another large table for meals, a great outdoor shower and fire pit! We walked to the beach every day, which never took more than 2 minutes, even with our kids and gear in tow. The tennis courts are right next to the house, and were not being used by anyone but us! I highly recommend this house to families or groups looking for a relaxing, quiet area to vacation in. The Chart Room restaurant, as well as a few little shops is right around the corner with great food, trinkets and gorgeous sunsets! Thank you so much for sharing your house with us!"
    Guest: Kim R. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 25, 2016
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  • This place is a gem as is the owner!

    "My husband and I stayed in this cottage on our first trip to Cape Cod as part of a month-long retirement trip. We just loved our stay in this cottage! The property is situated on a bluff overlooking a huge tidal creek. Views were just awesome, and watching the tidal changes was a daily treat - the "creek" empties out almost entirely at low tide, exposing an aquafarming section (fascinating), and at high tide provides outstanding opportunities for kayaking. There were ample places to sit and enjoy the views including the front porch. Access to the water & kayaks was via a very well constructed stairs designed to minimize steepness. Sunsets were spectacular! The cottage was perfect for us: the kitchen was modest, but gave us all that we needed; the bed was very comfortable and we slept very well. (I will say that although we are in our early 60's and did fine, there is no bathroom on the 2nd floor, so be aware of that). We woke up every morning to the beautiful view through the large window in the front bedroom. Downstairs also comfortable, though we spent most of our time, including meals, on the porch where you might see a sudden drama of squirrels escaping a hawk, lots of chipmunks, and wild turkeys stroll up over the bluff and stop in the yard to eat. Nearby Wellfleet is not a big tourist-y looking town, and it has lots of charm. It is on a harbor and there are picturesque places all around, "Uncle Timothy's bridge" over a small tidal creek, the pier to the harbor, lovely beaches, ponds to swim in (when it was too windy on the beach) little "main street" theatreand lots of places to eat good food around the area. Within 20-30 minutes, you can drive to the National Park, Truro and Provincetown; the Audubon Sanctuary is right in Wellfleet. To us, this property was perfectly situated. We had a spectacular whale watching cruise out of P-town. At beaches near Wellfleet, seals were abundant at high tide and came very close to shore for great viewing. One of the BEST parts of our stay was getting to know the owner whose house was also on the property. Linda was a friendly, terrific host who will give you privacy as well as being receptive to you sitting with her and hearing the history of her family and the property. We enjoyed her friendship and humor tremendously! Just can't say enough about how getting to know Linda enhanced the enjoyment of our stay. Can't imagine why we'd stay anywhere else on Cape Cod and only wish we had planned to stay longer."
    Guest: Dorothy D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: November 17, 2016
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