Mashpee House Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, sleeps 8 people
You will feel the pressures from life drop away here and will feel refreshed and relaxed while enjoying ocean breezes and views of spectacular sunrises. From the deck and shoreline in front of the house, you can watch Osprey dive for their dinner and then catch your own dinner of Striped Bass or Bluefish (local fishing guide available at reasonable rates). Moor up to a 22 foot boat at a new eco friendly dock. Explore Pirate's Cove and the Mashpee river and cruise out to Nantucket Sound.
This lovely Colonial style waterfront home overlooks Popponesset Bay and Pirate's Cove. It has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It has all of the modern amenities with a relaxing living area with HDTV, VCR, DVD Player, and Stereo system, books and board games like Pictionary and Scrabble, a fully equipped kitchen, and washer and dryer. A fold away bed can be made available to accommodate 1 more person. Please click on two links following further features form more views and youtube video.
About Mashpee: Mashpee is a quaint resort town that is not only tranquil but offers a wide range of activities from whale watching, deep sea fishing, hiking, golfing, and cycling to cultural activities such as free outdoor concerts and museums rich in Indian history. Explore over five miles of sandy beaches on Nantucket and Vineyard Sounds, extensive water frontage on Waquoit and Popponesset Bays, and four of the largest freshwater ponds on Cape Cod. Golf at one of three championship golf courses in New Seabury and Willowbend. Also, don't miss the local baseball team The Cotuit Kettleers just a few miles down the road.
Points of Interest:
Barnstable County Fair
Willowbend, New Seabury and Quashnet Valley Golf Courses
New Seabury Marina, Half Tide Marina
South Cape Beach, Attaquin Park
Concerts & Shopping in Mashpee Commons
National Wildlife Refuge trails and tours
Mashpee River Woodlands
Boch Center for the Performing Arts
Mashpee Night at the Pops
Art Shows and seasonal events
About Cape Cod:: Villages. A sense of community tells the story in the Cape’s 15 towns and numerous villages, each with its own history and “persona”.
Beaches. 81 of the most beautiful, unspoiled sandy beaches are never more than a few minutes drive. The Cape also boasts more than 365 lakes and ponds.
Arts and Crafts. Hundreds of artisans ply their trades on Cape Cod, where a creative atmosphere invites artistic expression.
Golf. Golf courses stretch across the arm of the Cape. Our mild year round temperature allows for golf in any season.
Weather. The Cape’s winters are mild and the summers are cool.
Fishing. Cast your line from the beach, a bridge, the deck of a charter boat if you don’t have your own. Its fun to dig for mussels and clams as well.
More About Cape Cod:: Music. The pride of the Cape is the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra and The Boch Center for Performing Arts. Most towns have weekly concerts, for every taste in music, on the village greens during the summer.
Theatre. The Cape Playhouse in Dennis is the oldest continuously operated summer theatre in the country. The Highfield Theatre in Falmouth offers classic and contemporary musicals.
Dining. Dining out is a pleasure experience on Cape Cod. Five star restaurants cater to your taste, as do family restaurants, lobster bars, outdoor bistros and waterfront emporiums.
Museums. Cape museums' subject matter ranges from dolls to whales; from fine arts to antiques; and the natural history of sea life in Woods Hole, of glass in Sandwich as well as children’s museums.
Parks. 27,000 acres comprise our National Seashore Park with many walking trails
Conveniently Located. Only 65 miles to Boston, MA and 83 miles to Providence
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome