288 Scudder Ave, Hyannis Port, MA 02647, USA    
(800) 637-1649, (508) 778-4999
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 

Photos


$130
- $320


Book a Room $130 - $320

Send as Postcard

Visit Website

     

5 based on 17 reviews
See all Reviews
Write a Review

Tell the Innkeeper that
iLoveInns sent you!

Description

Circa 1800. The only bed and breakfast in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, The Simmons Homestead Inn is a relaxing and pleasant place for a getaway or vacation. Sit on a porch and sip wine during the social hour. On cooler evenings, gather in the fireside common room. Bikes are available for exploring Cape Cod, and beach chairs and towels are provided too. Take a nap in a backyard hammock. A billiard room offers more entertainment. Animal-themed guest rooms and a two-bedroom family suite feature optional air conditioning and some rooms boast canopy or brass beds. Breakfast is a fresh and filling way to start each day. Ask about the inn's pet-friendly policy.

For more information visit the website.

Rates

$130 to $320

Payment Types Accepted Include American Express, Master Card, Discover, Visa, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks and cash.

    • Breakfast
    • Wine Hour

Amenities

This property has 13 total guest accommodations, 14 with private bath, 2 with fireplaces, 2 suites.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bicycles
  • Child Care
  • Copy Machine
  • Television
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Family Reunions
    • Meetings
    • Weddings
    • Romantic Getaways

Pet Restrictions

  • Pets Allowed
  • Innkeepers pets on premises

Innkeepers Association Memberships

PAII


Room 1 The Cat Suite

Brand new addition. Well, the front room is 200 years old like the rest of the house, but we cut a hole in the back wall and built a nice size bedroom. We converted the old bedroom into a sitting and relaxing area that is yours alone, it can also take a full-size twin rollaway bed if there are 3 of you. A great suite has replaced our smallest room. Lots of room now for all those cats to play. King-size wrought iron canopy bed and the innís largest bath with a cast iron tub. First floor facing the back. Gets a great breeze.

Rates: $160 - $250

Room 2 The Dogs Room

Corner room on the first floor that gets all the ocean breezes coming in from the southwest and the sunset to boot. Queen-size bed, small bath with a shower. Small but cozy, fun and relaxing Ė also a great room if you have a dog, as it is next to the door leading to the porch and backyard. In addition to the Dog Theme, thereís a cork wall that any guest can stick up a photo of their dog as dogs love the room!

Rates: $130 - $210

Room 3 The Atlantic Ocean Room

Queen canopy bed, nice bathroom with shower. Front corner room on the first floor. Also another great room for dog owners, as this one is by one of the front doors. Winter is the best, with a large working fireplace and all the wood you need. You wonít want to leave. Animals in this room come from Lemuel Simmons ocean voyages. Whales, dolphins, seagulls and even a winter penguin. Fireplace $25 more (if used.)

Rates: $130 - $210

Room 4 The Simmons Pond Room

Gotta be our most romantic room. Working fireplace in the winter, brightest room in the summer. Queen canopy bed, shower, and all that. Front corner room on the second floor. Gets the morning sun so you can get up and at Ďem early and get your moneyís worth of Cape Cod vacation time. This is our most romantic room, as seven proposals were made here over the years. Animals are from Simmons Pond out back of the Inn. Frogs, toads, turtles, swans, and no mosquitos. Fireplace $20 more (if used.)

Rates: $130 - $200

Room 5 The Owls Room

Lots of hoots on the rear corner of the second floor. Queen brass bed, shower and great cross ventilation. One of the brightest and breeziest rooms overlooking the back yard and Simmons Pond.

Rates: $130 - $210

Room 6 The Rabbit Hutch

This was the original master bedroom, large room with a king bed, and lots of floor space. The bed has a net canopy and a nice sitting area. Huge bath, cast iron tub and shower. Beatrix Potter feels right at home here along with Thumper and Peter. More than 100 odd rabbits live here.

Rates: $150 - $230

Room 7 The Geese Room

Our country room is a nice, very bright barnyard. Runs across the back of the second floor overlooking the lawn. Exposure on three sides. You get more Cape Cod sun and breeze than anyone else. Huge bath, cast iron tub and shower. Cherry Shaker style four-poster queen bed that is a mile off the floor.

Rates: $130 - $210

Room 8 The Hyannis Port Room

The room runs across the side on the second floor and faces every direction with windows all over and a cathedral ceiling. The breeze blows over the dining room and comes in the back windows and out the front. Thatís why we call it Cape Cod air conditioning. Queen Windsor bed, new bath with tub and shower. Pictures and animals all from within a mile of the inn. Off by itself at the top of the stairs and private.

Rates: $130 - $210

Room 9 The Fish Aquarium

This room is a great large bright room with cathedral ceiling. There is a new bathroom with tub and shower. This room can be adapted as either a king-size bedroom or one with two twin beds. There is also enough floor space left over that a couple of kid mattresses can fit in just fine. We also added a private deck on this room. It has a table and chairs, and you can take breakfast back and get a suntan while eating.

Rates: $150 - $250

Room 10 Birds Butterflies Parrots

At the outside of the Servantsí Quarters, this is about our nicest, and certainly brightest, room. Cathedral ceiling, great old bathroom with a cast iron tub and shower. It also has twin French doors leading to a private deck. Heck, grab some of Billís breakfast and bring it back to your own table on the deck. King-size bed and a nice sitting area. Number one choice for folks with dogs.

Rates: $150 - $260

Room 11 Cape Cod Critters

Raccoons, foxes, seagulls and ducks are all over this huge room. The cathedral ceiling shows how the two parts of the barn were joined. This is the largest room we have. Used to be Billís, and he has always pampered himself. Historic queen canopy bed and also has a full size twin if you need it for a third person. Great sitting area, and a Ďdoorí overlooking the lawns and Billís garages.

Rates: $140 - $230

Room 12A Horse and Hound Room

The Ďadultí half of the suite has a queen-size bed. Like the entire second floor of the Barn, there is a high sloping cathedral ceiling. There are chairs, desk and lots of doggie things all over the place. There is actually a somewhat usable rocking horse in here. This suite is the ideal choice for families with older kids or in-laws traveling with them. Two rooms at less cost than two separate rooms.

Room 12B Little Critters Room

Just had to find a place for squirrels, frogs, turtles and all the neat small critters. Also great for smaller people as well. This is the Ďkidsí half of the suite. Two twin beds that came out of my sonís room eons ago. Also has a rocker, carriages and lots of other fun stuff. The two bedrooms are connected by a common private hall that also has the full bathroom connected. There is a tub, shower, and a lot of space.

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

weekends, two nights; holiday weekends, three nights

Cancellation

Seven days

Smoking

Outside Only.


Other Activities

    • Antiquing
    • Fishing
    • Golf
    • Live Theater
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Tennis
    • Water Sports

Historic Interest

Historic Awards:

  • National Register (Applied)
  • Local Register (Applied)
  • Local Register (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • National Trust

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are November-May except holiday weekends, subject to availability..

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


Write a review

Outstanding Inn!!

Great location with several dog friendly attractions nearby, the inn was very well maintained, comfortable bed, my room had a nice deck too! It had a beautiful yard with hammocks - perfect for a relaxing weekend get away! The inn keeper, Bill, was friendly and the service was exceptional! My dog and I had a wonderful weekend at the Simmons Inn and can't wait to visit again soon! Thanks for everything Bill! Pete Scionti & Rockwell
Peter scionti

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

40th Anniversary

Our stay was only an overnight for our 40th anniversary, but was well worth it! The inn is charming with much to see inside. Bill goes out of his way to accommodate your needs even acting as a local tour agent for local activities, events and things to see. At the wine hour you can socialize with the other guests if you like and Bill will make dinner reservations for you (if required). If you're an animal lover he will introduce you to his family of cats (kept away from the main building). A charming place to stay!
Robert Keith

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

A home away from home, really

I had a great visit to New England and Bill made it so much easier. I had to be in so many places while I was there and he planned my days for me so that I could make it everywhere on time. I even had time to go to the amazing restaurants he recommended and I was still able to relax when I got back to the Inn. I had wonderful breakfasts with coffee ready for me when I woke up every morning. When I travel back with my family we'll be staying with Bill. Make sure you call him directly for reservations. Bill went out of his way to be helpful. He's a people person!
Jennifer Robinson
Leesburg, NJ

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
InnSide Tip - Call Bill directly
When you're making your reservation, call Bill directly. He's very helpful and can help you more than an online reservation can.
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

The Best B & B to stay in Hyannis!!

Simmons Homestead is the best place to stay in Hyannis. The Simmons Homestead Inn is simply the best place to stay on Cape Cod. The innkeeper is very accommodating and wonderful. The rooms are beautiful and our bed was extremely comfortable! The living room is gorgeous with a brilliant, working fireplace. The free breakfast is delicious and includes omelets, coffee cake and pancakes. Coffee and tea were always available in the dining room. The coffee is always fresh and hot! Staying here in Hyannis Port for the last few days, and I donít want to leave. The weather has been perfect, so we managed to go bike riding and photo touring. Staying at an old captainís house, the Simmons Homestead Inn, which has been updated and has add-ons? Like several sheds / barns that house classic sports cars, all red in color. Bill is the Innkeeper, an older gentleman, who cares for the cars and the guests here. In the morning, you can spot him early, making coffee and preparing the bountiful breakfast. One day it was pancakes filled with fresh berries, the next day he made us omelets with sausage and fruit. I liked the very large common area / living room with a nice fireplace and windows overlooking the lawn and pond out back. Bedrooms are spacious, and have been updated, as I could easily tell that the bathroom was an add-ton, and not part of the original home. I donít know if itís the salt-air, or the comfortable bed, but we slept well and long. It was nice to sleep late, and not have to do anything I didnít want to do on this mini-vacation on the coast. Cape Cod is really beautiful at this time of year, and we managed to capture some nice pictures (thatís me in front of one of the innkeeperís many red sports cars). We whole-heartily recommend the Simmons Homestead as your inn to stay while on Cape Cod. We made the right choice, as you will too! It doesnít get any better as a romantic get-a-way, or a family vacation spot, as the near-by beaches are perfect for walking.
John Maloni
Boston, MA

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
InnSide Tip - BEST BET: stay around Hyannis
Simmons Homestead is the best place to stay in Hyannis. It is located in the center of everything, so easy to get about.
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Great Pet Friendly B&B

We travel with our golden retriever whenever we can so we were thrilled to find this wonderful B&B. Bill and his staff are so friendly and accommodating. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The grounds are a great place to relax and play with your dog. Beautiful grassy lawns, hammocks, porches. Bill fixed us a great breakfast of an omelet, sausage, fresh fruit and some nice bread. Bill & his staff are genuinely interested in you and your comfort & experience. They are a wealth of knowledge. We will definitely be back
christy macomber

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (2 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Home Away from Home

We have been visiting Bill at his Simmons Homestead Inn in Hyannis for the past four years. First of all, Bill is the most interesting innkeeper of sorts ever. Aside from Toad Hall, which houses his sports car collection, his unsurpassed collection of malt scotches, and his eclectic room decor, the inn has a cozy and friendly atmosphere. Our puppies are always welcome and they enjoy sitting on the back porch basking in the sunshine, as much as we do. Bill makes available local menus, directions to all the places to see on the cape and a 'happy hour' where we have met many interesting people and traded dining experiences. If you have plans to visit Cape Cod, we highly recommend this 'home away from home'. The Wilsons
pat wislon

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (2 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

wonderfully relaxing

I stayed at this inn over the weekend, and I loved it. Bill is a wonderful in keeper ready to share information about the area with you . The room was lovely and relaxing. The inn is close to main street in Hyannis, the location is great. Looking forward to booking at this charming inn again.
abby manchestet
portsmouth, NH

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Peaceful and Pleasant

We drove in from NYC to enjoy my birthday weekend on Cape Cod and chose the Inn because of it's pet-friendly status. I love that Bill said he didn't mind families with dogs, because most people don't travel with pets unless their pet is well-behaved. That's definitely true. The house is lovely, and the properly is beautiful. Because it was my first vacation in a very long time, a few amenities on my usual list weren't perfect, but they weren't deal-breakers, either. Breakfast was super simple, so it would have been nice to have something more creative or filling. Maybe daily breads/muffins from a local bakery added to the mix? Just a suggestion. The house which includes the inn-keeper's residence and whiskey museum and the billiards room hosts the many kitties on the property. If you aren't comfortable with lots and lots of cats and the odor that goes with that, skip the pool table. We got great advice, reservations, suggestions and encouragement from the staff, and enjoyed our stay greatly. TV isn't too important to us, but since there was one in the room, it was a disappointment to find out that it didn't work at all. We would stay again....
Penny Campbell

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Cape Cod

Our stay at the Simmons Homestead Inn was a memorable experience. Bill Putman has put his heart and soul into creating a unique place to hang your hat while traveling. Since the Inn is pet friendly we had our springer spaniel with us also. The accommodation, each room, has its own theme and we chose the Fish Room which had a deck of its own. This private area made it nice and convenient since we like to sit outdoors enjoying the weather and fresh air while reading and relaxing. Billís collection of sports cars was an exciting on site exhibit. Bill knowledge of the area including handouts of all the areas sites and points of interest all the way to Provincetown is remarkable and definitely a help. Should we travel to the area again we will definitely stay at The Simmons Homestead.
Dale J. Struhar Sr

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Fantastic three night stay

We just returned from a three night stay at the Simmons Homestead Inn. †We were glad that we were able to bring our 2 large dogs with us as it is hard to find pet friendly lodging during high-season. †We found Bill the Innkeeper/Owner to be very knowledgable about the area - he always had great recommendations on where to eat, which beaches to go to, how to get to a place, and where we could bring our dogs. †He offered discount coupons to various local eateries and we found a few that we loved and repeated. †Bill truly wants you to have a great time while you are his guest and tries to help make it the best experience possible. †While we were there Bill offered use of beach towels, beach chairs, bicycles, coolers, and even bottled water/soda all at no extra cost. Breakfast was included and consisted of items such as pancakes, omelettes, fresh fruit, sausage, juices, coffee and tea. †Bill does not claim it to be gourmet and the food was decent and plentiful - we were always offered more than we could eat. †We met many nice couples whom we enjoyed chatting with during both breakfast and the wine hour. †The backyard was spacious and gave our dogs opportunity to run around and play. †Guests are invited to see the Toad Hall Sports Car Collection at no charge (regularly $8 a person) and, being that my guy loves anything with an engine, he really enjoyed the classic cars, especially all the background on each that was provided by both Bill in person and through the scrapbooks he compiled that were in the common area for guests to peruse through. †We enjoyed our time at the Simmons Homestead Inn, as did the number of other couples staying during the same time as we did. †If you are the type of person who expects a 5-star travel experience, this may not be the place for you. †We found the inn to be clean and comfortable and it suited our needs just fine. †If you would turn your nose up at drinking a glass of wine out of a "Simmons all-purpose drinking mug" then again, this is not your place - we didn't mind at all and even bought one as a souvenir to take home. †If you would be bothered by the eclectic collections displayed rather than find humor, whimsy or interest in them, it again may not be the place for you but we always got a kick out if the unique items, signs, etc. †If you want new and modern, keep in mind that the inn is hundreds of years old - there is history and charm that comes with this type of accommodation though. †If you can't live without a big flat screen TV, than know that there is a small flat screen in each room - we were on vacation to hit the beach and eat great seafood, not to sit in our room to watch television so we were fine with it. †If you are looking to kick back on the cape with your dog(s) in tow and want a laid-back vibe, a central location, and friendly hospitality, then I would say that The Simmons Homestead Inn is the place for you.
Jennifer Durham
Hannacroix, NY

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (2 votes)
InnSide Tip - Bill has great retaurant reccommend
We loved Baxters for a casual lunch and The Black Cat for dinners!
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

A man's perspective - loved it!

The Simmons Homestead Inn, a manís perspective. Yes thatís right, a man is taking the time to write a review on a Bed and Breakfast. I know what you may be thinking but I can assure you that isnít the case. My better half stumbled across the Simmonís †Homestead Inn while searching for dog friendly lodging in Cape Cod. Not being a huge fan of B&Bs, I did mention I am a man, right?, I was skeptical. However, the property was appealing due to the allure of the included Toad Hall car museum so I figured we would give it a try. † After some correspondence with the witty owner Bill, I knew the experience would be different from similar establishments I had stayed at in the past. †Little did I know how positive the difference would be. At first glance the Inn looks similar to the hundreds of others strewn across the countryside. This is an old structure and the patina is genuine, not copied using faux materials and craftsmanship to mimic the look of years gone by. All things considered, the property is well maintained considering the monumental task of caring for such an establishment without an army of assistance. Once inside it is very similar to many other B&Bís. with an abundance of collectibles adorning every wall throughout the house. Honestly. it seemed a bit excessive at first. (a man thing) Once you get to know a little about Bill you realize that most everything in the place has a special meaning to him and is often related to one of his many passions. Some may describe it as eclectic; I prefer to call it passionate. † Speaking of historyÖ. Bill has taken the time to assemble several scrap books of the Innís History as well as one documenting †the collection of past and current cars with a brief description highlighting the specifications and uniqueness of each vehicle. This reading material proved priceless during the long periods of waiting for my significant other to prepare for the next outing. †The material was informative and made the time pass much easier than had I been staring into a big screen TV in a modern hotel room. I know of at least a few guys who can appreciate that. There are also several scrap books of humorous and whimsical clippings that Bill has collected over the years to help pass the time. If the interest in the reading material fades venture out to the Toad Hall car museum where the constantly changing collection of cars still numbers somewhere in the forties. While the collection is certainly not comprised of impeccably restored vehicles that would take first place at the Pebble Beach Concours díElegance, it is one of the most interesting collections that I have seen. †Bill prefers his cars to be drivers, which considering how unique and rare some are makes me cringe at the thought of actually driving them on the road with others more engaged in their cell phone conversation than the task of driving. There is also a billiard hall to pass time if that is your interest as well as a Scotch collection that could diminish more than a lifetime of stressful days. The rooms are spacious and adequately appointed. No big screen TVs, although each room does come with a small flat screen TV. The rooms do have AC if you choose to use it, most of the time the breeze should suffice. The furnishings are antique and have character that has been added over the years. Most important, the rooms are kept clean and tidy. Breakfast is included with your stay. Not a continental breakfast like many places. Bill prepares this every morning. On the days we stayed it comprised of fresh fruit, and pancakes, or omelets. The portions are generous and the coffee and tea is plentiful. Soda and water are readily available in the fridge at no extra charge. Thatís right, no coin operated vending machine with a 300 percent markup. Something you donít find much of these days. Once you have arrived and are ready to head out, Bill takes every effort to make sure your day is a rewarding one. He has taken the time to put together points of interest for the entire area of the Cape and some on the mainland as well. These proved to be valuable and he should consider publishing them. †He covers the information in detail and provides maps and directions before you go on your way. If you are looking for something in particular, make mention of it, he will share his vast knowledge of the Cape to make sure your search is successful. I mentioned the lodging is pet friendly. If you are not one to travel with your pack, and are concerned with having to deal with otherĎs pets, donít shy away. †Bill has a set of rules and restrictions which he expects to be followed. There are restricted areas, and he expects that you will keep your †companionís vocal performances to a minimum, especially during the quiet hours. †There is a large backyard to walk your dogs with ample seating for all to relax. As many know, most men are of few words. I certainly fall into that category, but felt it was important to take the time to put together this review since Bill has put forth so much effort to make our stay, and all the other guests, a pleasant one. Although this Inn isnít for everyone, if you want a relaxing and pleasant experience during your stay, I highly recommend it. Be sure to take time to share your plans with Bill during breakfast in the morning. He will provide you with all the details and information you need to make it all come together. Sorry for the long winded review. Some may think the review is more about Bill than the Inn itself. †From my perspective they complement each other and one wouldnít be as special without the other. I can positively say they both complemented my experience at the Cape. Thanks for a wonderful stay that will be remembered many years down the road.
Chuck Lewis

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (2 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

This Felt Like Home!

How many ways are there to describe amazing? We just returned from a fabulously relaxing 2 day stay in the Inn and would heve stayed longer if we could have! We even tried but had to return home! My 2 Greyhounds loved the huge backyard and the adoring attention of Bil and his staff too. The cats were an added bonus! If you are an animal lover this is a MUST visit Inn on your list. Breakfasts wre wonderful and Bill and his staff really go out of their way to make you comfortable and appreciated. Want a bike? Sure use ours! Need dining out reccomendations? No problem. They are all year round residents and know the area well. Same goes for entertainment and shopping! They will ask what your plans are for the day and become your day trip planners! The rooms are airy, filled with interesting curios and have a very special blend of romance and whimsy! You cant go wrong in booking and enjoying this relaxing get away. Kick back and sip free wine before dinner, free sodas and water any time and swing away of the proch as life passes by. We will deifnately be back!
Paul Donahue
Lynn, MA

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Cozy and Romantic

The Simmons Homestead Inn was a great traveling experience for me. One could spend an entire day just at the Inn enjoying complimentary waters and soda Toad Hall car museum, all the cats, the different rooms, all the journals of Simmons history, jokes , many animal ornaments, knick knacks, pictures, Bill's Scotch collection , and sooo much more. Guests can bring their dogs as well. I was traveling alone but would absolutely love to return with a significant other as it has the potential of being a verrry romantic getaway.
Suzanne Wasserman

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

A Great Place to Stay on the Cape

First trip to the Cape and we lucked out with Simmons Homestead Inn. Great location and an interesting, comfortable inn. But the inn keeper is what sets this place apart from the rest. Bill was a great tour planner and a gracious host (not a bad cook either.) He knows the area, where to go and what to see. The cars and cats add to the interest. Would definitely go back, and plan to again this year.
Steve Pelley

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (0 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

We love Simmons!

We have stayed at Simmons Homestead Inn on our way to Nantucket every year for the last 13 years. About 3 years ago we started staying there on our way back as well. Lots of space (indoors and out); clean rooms; great hospitality. Location can't be beat. We always travel with two golden retrievers and they are always treated like old friends. Can't imagine our vacation without Simmons Homestead Inn, Bill Putman and his breakfasts!
Gary Smith

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

Great Inn!!

Simmons Homestead Inn was a great place to stay! First of all, the location can't be beat. It's right in the middle of everything you could possibly want to see on the cape! Plus, it's just a min drive from the beach. We used the bikes there and rode around till dark! The Inn itself is very charming and eclectic! Our room was very comfy and had everything we needed! Bill, the inn keeper, was a doll. Very informative and extremely friendly! If you're a cat person then you will love the friendly cats that roam around the grounds. If you're allergic, don't worry, bill doesn't let them in! The entire staff is great too! Everyone is so welcoming! Breakfast was very enjoyable as well. You definitely have to go... we already have our next trip to the Inn planned! PS. Bill's car collection is a must see! Amazing!!
taylor valentine

My ratings for this property      
     Location
     Comfort
     Condition
     Cleanliness
     Service
BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

The Cape Cure

I want to say that part of what makes Cape Cod special for us is the inn. It embodies much of what is wonderful at the Cape. By Sunday, I was completely rested, relaxed, renewed and restored.
Anonymous
11/20/2003

My ratings for this property      
Did you find this review helpful? Yes (1 votes)
This review is the subjective opinion of an iLoveInns.com user and not of iLoveInns.com or American Historic Inns, Inc.

At A Glance

17 Review(s)
100% would stay again
Add your review
     
Excellent

Very Good

Average

Poor

Terrible

Other Ratings: "2 Mobil Stars, "iLoveInns Guests

Publicity and Press Reviews

Bon Appetit, Cape Code Life, Yankee.


Discussion