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Staff Favorites

Cape Cod is as diverse as the towns that line its beaches. Get the most out of your stay with our staff recommendations; they shine the spotlight on local favorites, and help you get a feel for the Massachusetts way of life.

Celebrate the Spooky Season All Month Long

Happy Haunts! It’s one of our favorite times of year—Halloween! All throughout the month of October are spooky happenings to get you into the spirit of the season.

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Retreat Into Nature at Nickerson State Park

Less than a five-minute drive from our property, you can escape into a whole new world entirely.

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Taste the Flavors of This Cape Cod Vineyard

Most people wouldn’t expect to find a peaceful vineyard tucked between miles of unspoiled beaches and sand dunes, but that’s part of the magic of the Cape and of Truro Vineyards. 

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Cape Cod Offers a Fourth of July You'll Never Forget

From community parades to stunning firework shows, there are so many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July around the Cape!

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Go Seal Watching and Explore Nantucket Sound

On the other side of the peninsula awaits an exciting coastal adventure! Monomoy Island Excursions is a family-owned business that leads visitors and locals out to the barrier island of Monomoy to go seal-watching.

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Visit Nantucket for a Week of Delicious Wine and Food

This month the annual Nantucket Wine & Food Festival returns for another celebration of incredible winemakers and chefs from all over the world.

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Explore the Town on the Cape Cod Bike and Rail Trail

With prime access to the popular Cape Cod Rail Trail, you and your family can experience Cape Cod like never before right outside our resort.

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Provincetown: Small on Size, Big on Surprise

At first glance, Provincetown seems insignificant. Located at the tip of Cape Cod, this village is home to just under 3,000 permanent residents. Its size, however, belies its significance; and since its founding centuries ago, it’s turned into an unlikely cultural epicenter. 

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