Located in a street of antique homes, this charming duplex cottage welcomes vacationers with central air conditioning, two bedrooms, a reading room, full bath, fine linens and towels. The eat-in kitchen has French doors leading to a large terrace and garden. Relax in the lovely drawing room. The cottage is tastefully decorated and sparkling clean.
A short stroll from downtown Sandwich, about 1/2 mile from the Town Beach and the Boardwalk. You can walk or bicycle anywhere - grocery store, gourmet food & wine shops, restaurants, cafes and coffee shops, The Sandwich Glass Museum, Heritage Gardens, the Cape Cod Canal.
Find souvenirs and special gifts in this delightful village; lovely small shops feature local artists and artisans, as well as antiques emporia, handblown glass studios, unique Cape Cod delights, handcrafted jewelery - all manner of unique offerings.
Explore Sandwich Village: Always lots to see and do in Sandwich Village. Heritage Gardens includes a whole museum complex: a replica Shaker barn houses a vintage automobile collection; an Art Museum with an authentic 1902 Merry-go-round. Visit the Sandwich Glass Museum and Hoxie House - the oldest residence in Cape Cod. Take in the Thornton Burgess Museum and meet Peter Rabbit and Friends. Walk over to Shawme Pond and the Dexter Grist Mill. Enjoy a meal at the Dan'l Webster Inn's Conservatory, or a snack in the Tavern. At The Brown Jug you will find gourmet provsions unavailable anywhere else in Cape Cod and the South Shore -a lovely outdoor patio to enjoy a glass of wine. Stroll on the bank of the Cape Cod Canal, and watch the parade of boats - all manner of sailing vessels, and wildlife to entertain you, seabirds and the occasional seal, even a whale, bluefin tuna or gigantic sunfish may pass by. Drop by Cafe Chew across from the Post Office for a treat. Relax at a cafe, tea shop or ice cream parlor.
Explore: Take a drive across the bridge and up the road a bit to Plymouth, see where the Pilgrims landed and visit Plimoth Plantation, a working reconstruction of 'America's Home Town'.
Whale Watching cruises can be had from Plymouth, Barnstable and Provincetown - awesome. Party boats take you to catch fluke and bluefish. Take a ferry boat from Wood's Hole or Hyannis to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket - enjoy the sea air.
Drive down the Cape to Chatham, Orleans, Truro, Wellfleet and Provincetown. A great outing!
Visit Boston for a day: walk the Freedom Trail, taste Faneuil Hall Marketplace, enjoy a bus or Duck Boat tour.
The New Bedford Whaling Museum is a short drive away over the Bourne Bridge toward Providence RI, and in the opposite direction, Hyannisport, Chatham, Orleans, Harwich, and on up to Provincetown.
On Cape Cod, Art Galleries, antiques and gift shops abound, as do all manner of food offerings, from clam shacks to fine dining.
Be entertained: Go to the movies, see a play, attend a concert. Live jazz, blues, classical performances - all here for your enjoyment. 'Take a Hike', nature walks, bird watching, kayaking and canoeing; horseback riding - go fly a kite on the beach. Rent a bicyle and ride the Cape Cod Canal from Cape Cod Bay to Buzzard's Bay and back again. That's some ride! Take your fishing rod and catch blues and stripers along the Canal or in the surf along the beach. Walk a few blocks to the beach and boardwalk for a swim in Cape Cod Bay. Visit one of the many musea and check out yard and estate sales - you won't run out of things to do in Sandwich and Cape Cod!
Wanna Bet? Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun casinos are just a couple of hours away.
Sandwich is the oldest town in Cape Cod and a wonderful place for your vacation, ... Stroll to the Town Beach, walk or bike along the Cape Cod Canal. Watch fishing, sailing and lobster boats go by. Go kayaking, tour Heritage Gardens and Museum and the Sandwich Glass Museum. Take a little stroll 'downtown' in this charming Cape Cod village, and stop for refreshments at one of the many cafes, coffee shops or restaurants. Enjoy fine dining or a casual meal, all delightful, all sincerely accommodating. Pick up a picnic to enjoy by the canal, on the beach, or in your own lovely garden.
Drive to Plymouth, just up the road, to see where the Pilgrims landed - take a trip to New Bedford to check out the Whaling Museum. Catch a movie, enjoy a stage performance, or perhaps some music: jazz, classical, blues ... it's all close by.
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