Hotels in Cape Cod

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Little Inn on Pleasant Bay in South Orleans is down the road next to a cranberry bog, and sits high on a hill with fantastic views of the shoreline.... Read More

In the center of Sandwich, the Belfry Inne occupies three restored buildings, including a former church and the Painted Lady, a turreted 1882 Victorian... Read More

This 19th-century compound centers on a pool and gardens. The clientele is very social (and mostly gay). Read More

Captain’s House Inn feels like a village unto itself; besides its captain’s cottage, there’s a Greek Revival mansion and converted... Read More

The boutique resort and spa is painted in warm pastels, and is just a half-block from the beach. Ask for the Oscar Wilde room, which overlooks the town... Read More

Built by a wealthy Boston stockbroker in 1914, the Chatham Bars Inn was the first luxury hotel on Cape Cod and is still its most exclusive address. A... Read More

Longtime Cape Cod vacationer Jeff Ippoliti and his wife Kayla had always dreamed of putting down roots here. And that fantasy came to... Read More

The Colony of Wellfleet was originally an art gallery and hostelry for collectors. Ten Modernist cottages with slightly worn Midcentury furnishings are... Read More

The hotel's knotty-pine paneling and vintage furnishings channel a Maine camp. Read More

The more recently built, privately owned Cottages at Maushop Village, in the New Seabury resort development, are handled by both owners and rental agents. Read More

Facing the beach and Cape Cod Bay, all 21 bright suites at the Crow’s Nest Resort have kitchens, fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs, and unobstructed views... Read More

This 19th-century compound centers on a pool and gardens. The clientele is very social (and mostly gay). Read More

A step up from camping, these accommodations aren’t for everyone; the (nonworking) fireplaces bear graffiti marks from former guests, and the cast... Read More

Provincetown hoteliers David Bowd and Kevin O’Shea are doing their part to inject a bit more personality into the local hotel scene. Their first... Read More

Popular with families and couples alike, these comfortable accommodations are a smart, affordable choice for those wanting to be close the shore (and... Read More

The inn has eight units in the 1836 Greek Revival mansion and an additional two garden cottages. Read More

On a clear day you can see Martha’s Vineyard from the ten-room Inn on the Sound, atop a bluff in Falmouth Heights. Read More

The hilltop location of Land's End Inn provides clear views of the beach and ocean as well as downtown Provincetown. Built in 1904, the octagonal towers... Read More

Set just off the Cape Cod coast, the Club at New Seabury reflects the classic local style: free-standing villas with white picket fences, wooden... Read More

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... Read More

On the "knuckles" of what looks like the curled arm of Cape Cod is the Race Point Lighthouse, established in 1816. The 1840's white Keeper's House with... Read More

The Red Inn is perched above a sliver of beach that disappears at high tide. But this isn’t just any beach—this is the beach where the Pilgrims... Read More

After working with leading hospitality brands like Starwood, Ian Schrager, and André Balazs, hoteliers David Bowd and Kevin O’Shea took what... Read More

Sprinkled throughout the dunes and neighboring woods, the one- to three-bedroom accommodations aren’t much to look at—straight out of the... Read More

Sailboat-filled Pleasant Bay is the perfect backdrop for the Wequassett Resort & Golf Club, a lavish yet relaxed hotel where the staff... Read More

Set between Cape Cod Bay and the National Seashore, the Whalewalk was built in 1830 for a whaling captain and later turned into a gentleman’s farm. The... Read More

Once run by the Coast Guard to protect boats navigating the Cape Cod Canal, the Wings Neck Lighthouse, in Pocasset, can now be booked by families or... Read More

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