Our quaint 1950's classic cottage, cozy and charming, has all the comforts of home. On the edge of the ocean close to the Hyannis Yacht Club, it is ideal for 2 couples, a small family of 4, or singles. Expanded and remodeled in crisp, European style, it offers year-round amenities, AC & heat. The sunny living/dining room features vintage antique and modern accents. Relax on the comfortable futon or slip into the rocking chair to finish your favorite book. The corner desk is great for projects or checking email. The 2 bedrooms have closet systems, a twin trundle bed which converts to a queen bed or futon.The new, bathroom is light and airy with a cathedral ceiling and skylight. The fully equipped, new galley kitchen has modern appliances and a stack washer/dryer. The lofty cathedral ceiling sports skylights with bright sun all day & a ceiling fan to keep the breezes flowing. The new sliding door extends the kitchen onto the sunny, private deck, with dining/deck furniture and gas grill.
Marine and Airborne Activities: As you drive over the Sagamore or Bourne Bridge, plan some time to ride bikes and picnic along the Cape Cod Canal. Whale Watch excursions from Barnstable Harbor will take you to Stellwagen Banks and Seal Cruises are available in Chatham to Monomy Island. There are over 35 beaches to explore if you care to drive outside of Hyannis. There are 10 lighthouses to visit that span the 90 miles of Cape Cod with panoramic views and amazing history. Hyannis Harbor Cruises and Fishing leave from the Ocean Street Dock along with the ferries to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. The Hyannis Yacht club hosts the famous annual Figawi Race.
Parasailing, sail/motor boat, jet ski and kayak rentals fit everyone's ability and sense of adventure.
Skydive, take a glider or biplane ride at the Cape Cod Airfield only 6 miles from Hyannis. Or, fly a designer kite on the sea breezes.
Rainy Day Fun: Some ideas for rainy or cooler days...The John .F. Kennedy Museum in downtown Hyannis reveals how JFK, Jackie, John and Caroline spent their days on Cape Cod. The JFK Monoument at Veteran's Beach is a short walk from cottage toward the Ocean Street Docks.The Cape Cod Maritime Museum near Aselton Park and the Ocean Street Docks offers interactive exhibits, classes on boat building, maritime archeaology and model making. Kids will love the ZooQuarium in West Yarmouth with local creatures and a chance to touch and feed farm animals. The Cape Cod Children's Museum in Mashpee teaches children and adults how to play and learn. See the works of historic and current Cape artists at the Cape Cod Art Museum in Dennis. The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster will immerse you in Cape habitat. The Heritage Museums and Gardens with the J.K.Lilly Automobile Collection, world famous rhododendrons and spring bulbs, and antique carved carousel and folk will keep the whole family entertained.
Guests will enjoy a less hectic pace, brilliant foliage, birds migrating south, cool breezes and sunny days. Businesses and restaurants remain open and bustling with great offerings. Shop for the holidays, or spend them on the Cape in both our cottage and bungalow for a getaway trip.
3 minute walk to Sea Street Beach! Walk or drive 1/2 mile to Hyannis Center‘s unique shops, casual/fine dining & entertainment. The Hyannis Yacht Club & Ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard/Nantucket are a 5 minute drive or easy walk. See live performances, unique films and exhibits at the Cape Playhouse and Cape Cod Art Museum. Visit the Cape Cod National Seashore, almost 40 miles of dunes on the Atlantic shoreline. Explore walking/bike trails, canoeing, sailing, surf-casting, camping, kayaking, whale watching and visitor centers. Agri-Tourism Farms and “Edible Cape Cod” Farmer’s Markets bring back times past with “Pick Your Own” options, tours, hikes, and hayrides. Local wineries offer tours and specialty wines. Poke along Route 6A’s antique shops and bookstores. Local golf courses abound, so bring your clubs. A day trip to Provincetown's artist community provides distinctive wares and bustling enclave of talent. See coastal nature; dunes, whales and ocean vistas.
Other Activities: Birdwatching, Camping, Kayaking, Gliding, Miniature Golf
Golf: Miniature Golf afficionados who enjoy the Cape's theme courses will eventually graduate to the real thing. Cape Cod's 27 public, daily-fee golf courses and 15 private facilities run the gamut of skill levels with courses that are pristine, scenic, challenging and fun. An added bonus is that the region’s temperate climate allows golfers the unique opportunity to play almost 52 weeks a year! Your cottage is centrally located and affords access to most courses from a 5 to 45 minute drive.
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