Massachusetts Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast Inns
1
Captain Farris House
— South Yarmouth, MA
Beautifully restored to all its... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$155 - $299
2
The Simmons Homestead Inn
— Hyannis Port, MA
Sit on a porch and sip wine during... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 14 room(s)
$130 - $320
3
The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn
— West Harwich, MA
Just a short stroll from the... Read More
  • 8 room(s)
$229 - $449
4
The Sea Meadow Inn
— Brewster, MA
Relax in one of the three... Read More
$193 - $225
5
Benchmark Inn
— Provincetown, MA
Savvy travelers appreciate the... Read More
  • 7 room(s)
$285 - $395
6
The Wagner at Duck Creek
— Wellfleet, MA
The five-acre site of this sea... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$110 - $300
7
A Beach Breeze Inn
— West Harwich, MA
Reflecting the quaintness of Olde... Read More
  • 16 room(s)
$174 - $189
8
Belfry Inn & Bistro
— Sandwich, MA
This Cape Cod B&B is perfect... Read More
  • 15 room(s)
$169 - $325
9
White Porch Inn
— Provincetown, MA
Mingle with others in the sitting... Read More
  • 9 room(s)
$289 - $399
10
Lamb and Lion Inn
— Barnstable, MA
This rambling collection of... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$189 - $250
11
The Nauset House Inn
— East Orleans, MA
Located a 1/2 mile from Nauset... Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
  • 14 room(s)
$90 - $210
12
Bursley Manor
— West Barnstable, MA
Watch a movie in the fireside TV... Read More
  • 5 room(s)
$160 - $185
13
The Queen Anne Inn
— Chatham, MA
Murals in the lounge, a large... Read More
  • 34 room(s)
$225 - $435
14
Woods Hole Inn
— Woods Hole, MA
Poised on one acre at the edge of... Read More
  • 14 room(s)
$245 - $449
15
The Palmer House Inn
— Falmouth, MA
The polished woodwork,... Read More
$155 - $295
16
Lands End Inn
— Provincetown, MA
Treat yourself to panoramic ocean... Read More
  • 18 room(s)
$195 - $600
17
Christopher's By The Bay
— Provincetown, MA
Overlooking the harbor, this... Read More
$110 - $285

Massachusetts Cape Cod Bed & Breakfast Inns

With 15 distinct towns and 560 miles of shoreline, the Cape is a perfect vacation spot. Travel to Provincetown, the very tip of Cape Cod, to take a whale watching tour (whalewatch.com). While in Provincetown be sure to check out the art scene; since 1899 it has had the reputation of being America's oldest art colony. The famous Kennedy family is known to frequent Cape Cod. Visitors who wish to see a Kennedy during their visit should go to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum (jfkhyannismuseum.org) which celebrates the time the 35th President spent on the Cape. Children (and the young at heart) will love the ZooQuarium (zooquariumcapecod.net) which houses a refuge for Massachusetts wildlife, an aquarium, a petting zoo, and a children's education center. The Cape Cod Rail Trail (mass.gov/dcr/parks/southeast/…) follows an old railroad right-of-way for 22 miles through six Cape Cod towns. Cyclists, runners, walkers, and horseback riders can visit beaches along the way or just enjoy the scenic view. Visitors can also enjoy the view from both the land and the water without changing vehicles on a Cape Cod Duckmobile (duckmobile.com). Discover new ways to use lavender by visiting the Cape Cod Lavender Farm (capecodlavenderfarm.com), featuring more than 14,000 plants, it is one of the largest lavender farms on the East Coast.

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