Wake up to wonderful light reflected off the ocean just steps from your door. Do some beach-combing after breakfast prepared in the neat, modern kitchen. Then take in the shopping, restaurants and sights in nearby Provincetown which is about one mile away. While you're there, try a whale watch or a tour of the dunes. Visit art galleries or stop in at the museum. Take the trolley in Provincetown and learn some fascinating history about this area of the Cape. Try a round of golf at Highland Light after you visit the lighthouse. At the end of the day, sleep soundly as the waves wash against the beach outside your door.
Excerpts from some comments left in our guest book:
This time is for the spirit - sitting - deck - beach - walking - mindfulness - living in the moment - savoring each moment, August 2004.
An exquisite and peaceful place, June 2004.
You really have a little piece of heaven here, August 2005.
We walked the beach, skipped stones over the water and took photos - mostly we just relaxed, Sept. 2006
What a great find ..a beautiful cottage, beautifully appointed, Sept. 2007
Truro is known for its many ocean beaches and beautiful sand dunes. Artists have always been attracted to the area for the scenery and wonderful light. There are many things to do here. At the same time, one can experience the peace and serenity that can only be found near the ocean.
The months of September and October are particularly lovely on the Cape. The days are mild and the nights cool. The ocean is still warm enough to swim. The crowds are gone, which gives you more space and time to explore the area.