This inn has to be one of the most economical in its class. I stayed three nights in August, 2011 and last summer (I shared a bath both times but don't mind that; there are rooms with private baths, but I opted for cheaper). My rooms were pristine, the beds firm (I have a lower-back "issue"). The grounds, including the creek, are pretty, the folks at the front desk courteous and thoughtful. Ask for anything and if they can do it, they will. The adjacent tavern has a nice wine list, a moderately priced, good menu (mussels hors d'oeuvre outstanding).
70 Main St,
Wellfleet, MA 02667
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Bob Morrill, Judy Pihl
Circa 1815. The five-acre site of this sea captain's house features both a salt-water marsh and a duck pond. The Saltworks house and the main house are appointed in an old-fashioned style with antiques, and the rooms are comfortable and cozy. Some have views of the nearby salt marsh or the pond. The inn is favored for its two restaurants; Sweet Seasons and the Tavern Room. The latter is popular for its jazz performances.
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The Inn at Duck Creeke