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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Plymouth reviews

  • Mike and Jeanne's home was perfect for my wedding weekend!

    "Their home allowed us to have our Bridal Party all together under one roof from 5 different states. We could not have been any happier. The gentlemen took the downstairs, the ladies took the upstairs and we made the "no groom before the wedding day" experience possible. This house was roomy, homey, and had all the ammenities ones could need."
    Guest: Naomi N. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: November 11, 2016
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  • Enchanting rustic retreat

    "This cottage rental more than lived up to its billing as a typical Massachusetts fish camp built in the 40s. The setting - at the end of a long drive - ensures tranquility. The many cottages in the camp offer simple but clean comfortable and functional lodgings. Each cottage has its unique flair. "Dick's Maggot" is a single bed cabin with minimal kitchen right on the water's edge. Very romantic. The cabin we rented, "Betty and Helen," is set back a bit from the pond. Its two bedrooms and tiny bathroom would suit a small family quite well. Since this cabin has no kitchen, it was rented to us along with another cabin, "Liliburo," that had a nice dining area, porch overlooking the pond, and full kitchen. No bathroom in "Liliburo." We lit fires two of three nights thanks to that quirky late august Massachusetts weather. Wood was provided -Thanks! As of this visit, "Betty and Helen" did not have a working fireplace but this was not an issue given the inclusion of "Liliburo"in our rental fee. I recommend arriving before dark as the cabin nameplates are hard to read in the dark. Also, be aware: the adjacent camp "Pinewoods" offers nightly traditional dancing and singing programs which some might consider disruptive. The programs are fairly lively with stamping, fiddling, yip-ping and some limited yee-hawing. While we were there, these went on from around nine to around eleven at night. We loved it. From our vantage point ("Betty and Helen" is the closest cabin to the festivities), the off-beat (think "square dancing") accompaniment to our rural retreat was just a wonderful funky addition. The camp is fairly close to Boston (about an hour's drive), and about an hour's drive to the middle of Cape Cod. You can tour the area from here and there is much to see. But you can also rusticate in style and comfort on the banks of long pond."
    Guest: Lucy N. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • 6 Star View of Cape Cod Bay

    "We just spent 7 days at Sandy Toes enjoying the property, beach, spacious home, and that view of the Bay, ohhh, cannot be beat. The home is well appointed for large family gatherings, cooking, spreading out, and not to miss a quick snooze in the window seat, ocean breeze on you, stunning views, a piece of paradise. Although one can drive to the beach, the hike down and climb back up keeps one fit while on vacation - all beach toys supplied. This home is quietly located in a residential spot that is welcoming, clean, easy access to the Cape, and the lower deck with that view of the sunrise, not to be missed! Hope to be back again next year!"
    Guest: Chris B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 14, 2016
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  • Lovely home in a relaxing and convenient location

    "We had a wonderful multigenerational stay at Yvonne's charming house. Yvonne was very supportive and responsive. The yard is large and fenced with multiple tables and a gas grill for entertaining or just relaxing outside. The house gives a very beach feel but is a year round home so it is insulated and there is air conditioning if the sea breezes are not sufficiently cooling. We particularly enjoyed having coffee on the front porch in the morning and taking morning and evening walks along the byways of Manomet. There is also much history in the area and many sights to see. For us ,the main attraction was relaxing and enjoying access to an uncrowned and nearly private beach. We enjoyed going to the beach, sometimes a couple of times a day. The staircase to the beach is about a hundred steps so it is easy to stay in shape even while on vacation. . Fresh lobster is available at the lobster pound at Manomet Point and there is a farm stand toward White Horse beach for fresh veggies and corn."
    Guest: Percy Y. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: November 3, 2016
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