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“Earlier this summer, the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Clubon Cape Cod unveiled a new beach bar, where guests can enjoy unobstructed views of Cape Cod Bay, along with freshly shucked oysters sourced from the tidal flats of Brewster (literally a stone’s throw from the resort’s private beach). In almost every hand you’ll find the resort’s Bayzo Brew, a pale ale brewed exclusively for the resort by local purveyor Cape Cod Beer. The easy-drinking beer, brewed with cascade hops, features a subtle malty backbone, hints of citrus on the nose, and a crisp, clean finish.”
Robb Report, “These 5 Hotels and Resorts Serve Their Own Exclusive Brands of Booze”
September 2016

“Sipping a seasonal cocktail at the shore’s edge in September is a treat, and there are a couple of beachy bars that stay open until at least Columbus Day. The Beach Bar at Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club in Brewster debuted this summer, sitting high on a dune overlooking Bay Pines Beach. Come for the sunset over Cape Cod Bay and sip a Cape Cod Cranberry Mojito to celebrate the Cape’s cranberry harvest season.”
The Boston Globe, “Why September is the best beach month”
September 2016

“For an exclusive stay, book a room at The Mansion at Ocean Edge, a hotel within Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club. The historic Victorian-style Mansion’s accommodations range from 480-square-foot Deluxe Guestrooms with a balcony or patio to three-bedroom Presidential Bay Collection lodgings with kitchenettes, dining rooms and close proximity to the water… [with] access to its 700-foot private beach and its brand-new Beach Bar — the Cape’s sole hotel beach bar.”
Forbes, ”How To Take The Ultimate New England Trip”
Forbes Travel Guide, “How To Take The Ultimate New England Trip

August 2016

“The Victorian-style Nickerson Mansion — whose leaded glass windows and wide terraces evoke a stately ship — is the resort’s true crown jewel. Regal without being stuffy, it’s full of gorgeous Renaissance Revival and Gothic touches that lend gravitas without sacrificing fun. Adjacent to the mansion lie 90 luxe guest rooms, while 248 additional multi-bedroom villas further fill out the vast grounds.”
New York Post, “Cape crusaders, check into this Massachusetts mansion-hotel”
August 2016

“The end of the summer is fast approaching, so why not suit up in all whites for a game of croquet? Here are 11 beautiful hotels around the country that offer the #VeryTandC pastime, [including Ocean Edge].”
Town & Country, “11 Gorgeous Hotels Where You Can Play Croquet”
August 2016

“Ocean Edge spans across 429 acres on Cape Cod. Given its size, there’s not much reason to leave the property. Active guests have easy access to bike rentals, kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, a tennis complex, and a Nicklaus Design golf course. Those who prefer to lounge have their choice of four outdoor and two indoor pools, as well as 700-feet of private ocean frontage.“
New York Observer, ‘Tired of the Hamptons? We Found Five Alternative Local Getaways”
August 2016

“Chef Phil Flath stands confidently by, showing off the crates he had designed and custom-built to gather the clams from the pit and carry them right over to the buffet table, where they can be used for serving. This size group fills the resort’s sweet spot, but Ocean Edge can easily accommodate groups of up to 250 and offers plenty of versatility. In September, for example, a regional association will set up two big tents on the five-acre lawn in front of the resort for an exhibition with 126 booths.”
Prevue, ‘Ocean Edge Epitomizes Summer on the Cape’
August 2016

“While this tony, family-friendly resort offers plenty of activities to help guests work up a sweat—biking along the 26-mile Cape Cod Bike & Rail Trail, tennis in one of the property's two top-notch tennis complexes, teeing off on Cape Cod's only Nicklaus Design golf course—we're more partial to the gentler sport of croquet, which can be played on the lush front lawn of the Mansion, a historic 1912 Victorian gem that's sure to make a splendid backdrop on your Instagram feed.”
Jetsetter, ‘It’s All Fun and Games at These 10 Hotels’
August 2016

“Brewster, Massachusetts is a place where you can kick back and do nothing – or polish your golf and tennis game, ride the rail trail, visit an oyster farm, and dine by the roadside or on a rooftop.”
WCVB, Chronicle: A Trip to Brewster
July 2016

“The Ocean Edge was originally built around the turn of the last century for one of Brewster’s wealthiest residents, and it continues to cater to an upscale crowd. Located on 429 sprawling acres, the resort has two choices for accommodations: the newly renovated beachside Mansion and the less-expensive Villages, which are one- to three-bedroom villas set on a Nicklaus Design golf course. No matter which accommodation you choose, you’ll have access to multiple pools (indoors and out), tennis courts, restaurants, and even croquet. Don’t miss one of the hotel’s evening beachside bonfires.”
Travel+Leisure, “Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club”
July 2016

“It’s a temptation too great for those making their way up the boardwalk after a long day at the beach. There’s nothing quite like bellying up to a bar that overlooks the beach, with the little skyline of adult beverage offerings framing Cape Cod Bay. When the tide goes out, an oyster farm the size of half a football field is revealed, beckoning the celebrants to head right back out again.”
The Boston Globe, “The Cape’s first hotel beach bar opens.”
July 2016

"As the only true hotel beach bar on Cape Cod, the Beach Bar at Ocean Edge will offer 32 seats on the dunes with panoramic views of Cape Cod Bay. Signature, handcrafted cocktails such as Cape Cod Cranberry Mojito, On the Dunes Martini and Terrace Sun-Setini will be offered from 11 am to 9 pm, seven days a week. The bar will be covered and guests can make themselves comfortable there or bring their order directly to the beach to enjoy in the sun and sand."
Luxury Travel Magazine, “Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club Debuts Cape Cod’s Only Hotel Beach Bar”
July 2016

“Dining is available in the gorgeous wood-paneled Roscommon Room, outside on the Ocean Terrace, downstairs in the cozy, stone walled Bayzo’s Pub (which also has a late-night menu and live entertainment in the summer) and at the Linx Tavern at the golf course. The food is exceptional and features items like fresh oysters from their own Bay Pine Beach, grilled local swordfish with lobster potato puree, a wonderful “Bloody Mary” shrimp skewer and an amazing Irish whiskey roasted salmon.”
Asbury Park Press, “Summer is a great time to escape to the Cape”
June 2016

Parents teamed up with Google Maps to create family-friendly road trips to some of the app’s most-searched summer destinations and attractions. With low gas prices and loads of fun places to stop, there’s never been a better way to see the country.”
Parents Magazine, “8 All-American Drives With Google Maps”
June 2016

“Home to the Cape’s only Nicklaus Design golf course, Dad will enjoy the challenging course this Father’s Day with the "Freedom to Stay and Play” package at Ocean Edge Resort which includes one night accommodations, breakfast at Linx Tavern and 18 holes of golf. Additionally, Dad can learn to fly fish with special casting lessons or shoot an arrow like a pro with archery practice on the sprawling front lawn of the resort.”
Luxury Travel Magazine, “Last Minute Father’s Day Ideas and Getaways
June 2016

“When it comes to dinner, be sure to request a seat on the outdoor patio for al fresco dining at Ocean Terrace, and order up a dozen local Brewster oysters to complement a cup of clam chowder filled with chunks of crisp bacon, fresh clams and tender potatoes. The halibut and tenderloin were standout entrees and their lobster dish is one of their signatures.”
Haute Living, Haute Spots Cape Cod: Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
June 2016

“The 429 bluff-top, Bay-view acres of the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club feature a historic main house, several dining options, and the only Nicklaus Design golf course on Cape Cod. They're also home to the new AAA Four Diamond-rated Presidential Bay Collection of two- and three-bedroom villas, each with private entrance and access to the resort's private beach. Inside, you'll find breezy-chic living and dining spaces, fireplaces, and conveniences like washer/dryers; concierge services like grocery shopping are also available to help make stays seamless. The three-bedroom, three-bath options are available in bi-level townhouse and waterfront configurations, or as a single-story villa. Set on the dunes, the Waterfront villas boast the only guaranteed ocean views at the resort, while some of the three-bedroom Townhouses offer the quickest access to the beach path.”
Departures Online, Last-Minute Summer Villas to Book Now
June 2016

“My family and I have been going to Cape Cod for the past few summers and typically stay in Ocean Edge Resort, which puts us right in between Nauset and Skaket Beaches, the two most popular waterfronts in the area.”
Harper’s Bazaar, “#TheList: Where We Summer.”
May 2016

"Just learn a few tips from the experts and let them guide you when it’s your time to shine. We’ve covered the commonly-encountered classics like slackline and cornhole, and some curveballs like bocce too, in case you run with an alternative crowd. Now go get ‘em, champ."
Outside Magazine, This Is How You’re Going to Win Every Lawn Game this Summer
May 2016

“From Chatham mussels to Brewster oysters, the seafood at Ocean Terrace in Brewster is largely bay-to-table, and the herbs are grown on-site. Try the seared cod loin with lemon fingerling potatoes or fresh-caught swordfish with charred green tomato. The restaurant is part of the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club, set on 429 acres of green and bluff overlooking Cape Cod Bay. You don’t have to stay there to dine, but you may want to — it has an 18-hole course, tennis courts, pools, and access to bike trail.”
The Boston Globe, “Get fresh: Locavores’ ultimate New England road trip”

April, 2016

"Located in Brewster, overlooking Cape Cod Bay and surrounded by nearly 400 acres, Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club offers a slew of daily activities for guests during school vacation week. Among the offerings: pizza parties at one of the resort’s two indoor pools, cupcake bar happy hours, hip-hop classes, and a program based on Project Runway where kids design their own fashions. At night there’s a special kids buffet at the on-site Bayzo’s pub; family oriented movie nights, and karaoke. For adults who have a window of time on their own, there are cooking demonstrations, yoga, and spinning classes. Accommodations are plush and updated."
The Boston Globe, “Cape vacations aren’t just for summer anymore”
February, 2016

"Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club in Brewster launches a new series of experiences for its summer guests. Oyster lovers will enjoy the Brewster Flats and Oyster Farm Walk, a weekly complimentary educational tour of local oyster farms at low tide (pictured above). During select times, guests may even help harvest oysters. Other new programs include free instruction in the classic sport of croquet, offered on a regulation court on the resort’s front lawn; complimentary golf lessons, including clubs, taught by PGA professionals on the Nicklaus Design golf course (Mon-Thu 4:15 p.m.); a new fleet of Freedom Flyer bicycles."
The Boston Globe, “From Cape Cod’s oyster front to embedded luggage”
May 2015

“Twice weekly, Ocean Edge offers free — yes, free — golf lessons. There are bikes on-site for rental, not just to meander around the grounds, but to hop on the beautiful, safe and easy to follow Cape Cod Rail Trail for an adventure. You can choose to stay on the golf course side of the resort. It is quiet and breathtaking there, too.”
The Boston Herald , “Take in beauty, splendor of Ocean Edge Resort”
May 2015

“This is a place that brings people together…through activities like family fun days, kickball on the lawn, barbecues at one of the five pools and s’mores on the beach.”
AAA Horizons, “Luxury for you, lots to do for kids”
May 2015

“Your home for the weekend is posh yet unpretentious Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club… Bask on the bayside beach or splash around in one of five pools.”
Time Out New York Kids, “Summer weekend getaways from NYC”
May 2015

“Where the Nickersons once held elaborate picnics, Ocean Edge now offers yoga on the beach, stand-up paddle boarding on the water, a deluxe tennis center, and shuttles to Crosby Beach... Enjoying the property, after all, is what Samuel Nickerson had in mind when he first laid eyes on the land. This spot was a playground for the Nickersons, and the play still continues.”
Boston Common Magazine, “A Grande Dame Finds New Life“
June 2014

“Along the windy, two-lane road through the town of Brewster, two stone pillars signal your arrival at the Ocean Edge Resort. A horseshoe pathway leads your car to The Mansion for check in-an opulent, restored, 1912 Gatsby-esque gem with cement lions at the entry and guests playing croquet on the expansive front lawn. The red-tiled roofs of the new Presidential Villas dot the landscape, past the resorts’ tennis courts and family-packed outdoor pool to the sandy shores of Cape Cod Bay.”
Coastal Living, “Six Amazing Vacation Villas“
November, 2013

“At a resort, it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. But not here, where a personal concierge caters to your whims. That’s a welcome addition to the Ocean Edge, which has undergone $50 million in renovations to its villas, mansion rooms, and restaurants. So now you get the coddling you’d expect from a boutique hotel, plus smart touches like a fridge stocked with ice cream and all the fixin’s for s’mores if you book a Mansion side villa.”
Boston Magazine – Best Resort, Cape Cod, Best of Boston Issue
August 2013

“One of Cape Cod's most frolicsome resorts...that's Ocean Edge's specialty; the replacement of worry with impulse. You know you're on vacation when the day's most perplexing question is, where would you like your beach chair?”
The Improper Bostonian - Life's a Beach
May 2014

“Beach: This is where Betty has to gush just a little more. Honestly, it would be enough that the beach is wide, the sand rock-free and fine, and the water shallow enough to paddle or swim without any undertow. But the Ocean Edge beach experience is a complete indulgence. Grab a chilled bottle of water and several towels from the attendant at the entrance to the boardwalk, and stride down the path {diva-style} to the beach. There, another attendant will set up a chair and umbrella, take your beverage order, and {if you feel a bit peckish after a dip in the warm water} bring you a light snack.”
Local Betty - He Does/She Doesn't: A Perfect Resort for Both
May 2014

“Since Brewster is on an inlet, it boasts some of Cape Cod's warmest water...Every one of the town's eight public beaches is on the bay.”
Parents Magazine - Where the Wild Things Are
May 2014

“Located in the charming beach town of Brewster, Mass., the property has fused modern elegance with classic New England sensibilities and traditional Cape Cod style. The villas (from 1,000 to 1,600 square feet) have fully stocked kitchens and expansive views of Cape Cod Bay from the upstairs level, and many have fireplaces. In addition to the golf facilities, the property has four eateries and biking, tennis, and swimming.”
The Robb Report
June, 2013

"Splashes of sea foam, period furnishings and restored woods help Ocean’s Edge Resort & Golf Club personify the Cape Cod aesthetic to a tee. With the introduction of its Presidential Bay Collection of accommodations this week, the property’s aim is to raise beach chic to unprecedented heights."
Startle Travel Blog, the online home of Forbes Travel Guide
April 2013

"A favorite with families, there's activities and attractions for everyone, from the five swimming pools!, the bicycling right on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, to the fabulous golfing. The premier resort on the mid-Cape."
Yankee Magazine
July, 2012

“The setting was something straight out of a movie. The sun had disappeared over the horizon, casting a pink glow in the warm night air. The waves were gently lapping at our feet as we strolled down the beach, passing a few bond fires and friendly families.

“Watch out for the sparks!” One father warned us as we walked by his fire, offering a friendly hello as he corralled his three boys who where running circles with sparklers.

It was the weekend before July 4th and summer was in full swing on Brewster beach halfway up Cape Cod, MA. My girlfriend Emmie and I had escaped the first heat wave of the summer in New York City for a weekend at The Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster.”
A Weekend Getaway on Cape Cod – Taking the Kids.com
July, 2012

"On the beckoning hook of Massachusetts lies the town of Brewster, with mirage-like tidal flats so vast that a coast in Brazil is said to be their only rival in size. During low tide, you can walk a mile into the ocean on freshly exposed sand, alongside minnow-filled tidal pools, skittering hermit crabs, and bubbles from quahogs breathing underfoot."
America’s Most Beautiful Coastal Views - Travel and Leisure
July, 2012

"The resort is anchored by a historic mansion on the bayside north shore. Returning families say the private beach is the best spot on the Cape to watch the sunset. Get a golf fix on the Nicklaus-designed course, or enjoy indoor and outdoor pools. Ocean Edge Adventure for kids stages projects such as kite-making. Thursday nights are reserved for beach bonfires."
Coastal Living Magazine
June, 2012

"The Mansion’s Ocean Terrace restaurant has seasonal patio dining and panoramic views of the ocean. So romantic is this spot, that it is the site of a couple of marriage proposals a month. All the rooms in the wings at the Mansion had extreme makeovers by Lynda Snyder Associates Inc. of California. The long, narrow rooms, which range from 480 to 680 square feet, seem roomier with the redesign; the beds are now kitty-corner to face the balconies and ocean."
Boston.com
June 2012

"Although the resort offers lots of accommodation options, kids are best kept in the private villas. These come with up to three bedrooms, a modern kitchen and extra bathrooms, as well as broad swathes of living space to festoon with Legos. Best, the villas are within steps of three outdoor swimming pools for chlorinated entertainment. In the afternoons, staffers lead waterlogged kids in poolside craft activities, while evenings bring outdoor movie screenings."
The Improper Bostonian
September, 2011

"This place proves summer after summer that "family vacation" isn’t an oxymoron. The mid-Cape institution has hit upon a formula that every (supposedly) family-friendly resort should copy: three-bedroom suites to maximize personal space; kitchens, so you can avoid public mealtime meltdowns; and in-suite washer-dryers. Ocean Edge also hosts beachside campfires, barbecues, and ice cream socials, plus one different day camp for kids each week. You may even find time to hit the resort’s Nicklaus Design golf course or get a facial in the spa before the tots notice you’re gone.”
Boston Magazine
July, 2011

"On behalf of the PGA of America, I congratulate you and your facility for being named to the list of Play Golf America’s Top 100 Performers in 2010.”
PGA
March, 2011

"Your home for the weekend is posh yet unpretentious Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club.”
Time Out New York Kids
July, 2010

Serious golfers will love the new Jack Nicklaus-designed course at Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster. It is formidable terrain, from the undulating hills and deceptive doglegs to the unforgiving deep bunkers. Bring plenty of balls.
Boston Magazine, "Best Golf Course" Best of Boston on the Cape
June, 2010

“Situated in Brewster, Ocean Edge is conveniently positioned near the towns of Orleans and Chatham. The resort is anchored by a historic mansion on the baysideGet a golf fix on the Nicklaus-designed course, or enjoy indoor or outdoor pools. Thursday nights are reserved for beach bonfires.”
Top Ten Seaside Resorts for Families, Coastal Living Magazine
June, 2010

“Ocean Edge, which was in the midst of a $30 million-plus renovation and expansion when the recession began, capitalized on a new ballroom and terrace…”
The Boston Globe, Luxury returns to the Cape
May, 2010

"Todd and Susan chose the Ocean Edge Resort because it allowed them to spend as much time as possible with their guests during the weekends events, and enjoy the beach, pool, golf course, bar and restaurants!"
Chatty Brides, Southern New England Wedding
March, 2010

“Make it an eventful February Break" All Pool, No School Week-long Party
The Boston Globe, January 2010
January, 2010

“Ocean Edge Resort & Club offers activities and programs for children, while parents take time out to enjoy each other’s company.”
Top New England Resorts for Family Vacations
May, 2008

“Everywhere you look - there are families and their children enjoying all that this picturesque resort has to offer. We recently spent three days sunning and funning here, and if you're seeking a first-class resort that caters to you, your children, and grandchildren look no further -- this is it.”
Travel Luxe, Family Fun at Ocean Edge Resort and Spa
September, 2009

“Elegance sans snootiness”
Boston Magazine, Escape! New England's Best Lakes
June, 2009

"There are scavenger hunts, beach fires with s'mores, baseball and soccer on the front lawn - all at no charge…pools are ideal for young children - as is the beach with water that tends to be a little warmer and milder than on the other side of the Cape. And if the weather doesn't cooperate, the resort is the only property on our ten-best list that has an indoor pool; in fact it's got two of them."
Parents Magazine Names Ocean Edge Resort and Club 10 Best Beach Resorts for Families
May 2008

"The ultimate privilege of an Ocean Edge membership is entrance to the golf course."
The Robb Report, Over the Edge
September, 2008

"In the twilight of a golf season that has provided many opportunities to enjoy this game, one of the most pleasant surprises...was the discovery of a "new" Ocean Edge."
Jim McCabe, The Boston Globe
September, 2008

"Likely the Cape's most couples- and kid-friendly golf destination...Ocean Edge Route 6A reveals a watercolor softness around many a bend, but nothing I've seen from any Cape road looks quite like the sweep of lawn beyond the fieldstone wall fronting Nickerson Mansion, your beacon for the Ocean Edge Resort."
Travel & Leisure Golf, Where to Stay, Where to Play on Cape Cod and the Islands
September - October 2008

"Equal parts country club and seaside estate"
Golf for Women Magazine recognizes Ocean Edge as top All Terrain Getaway
July/August 2008

“Blessed with a fabulous location on Cape Cod Bay and an upscale yet understated atmosphere, Ocean Edge Resort delivers a quintessential, laid-back Cape experience.”"
We Just Got back
August, 2006