Falmouth House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 8-10)
This newly renovated Gambrel home sits on a dead end street with private grounds that feature a beautiful deck, outside shower and a paved patio, perfect for playing with the kids or grilling with friends. Families will enjoy walking the dead end street to the inlet at the end of the street to Perch Pond or Great Bay where kids can wade in the warm salt water, fish, search for sea creatures. There is also a beautiful scenic trail which is great for biking and running. Grab a chair, a cool refreshing drink, and let the kids explore without ever having to get in your car.
An easy one mile walk or bike ride to Bristol Beach and Falmouth Heights Beach, overlooking Vineyard Sound and Martha’s Vineyard. Falmouth Heights boasts two fabulous restaurants and is where all the action takes place including Fourth of July fireworks, and the Falmouth Road Race. Play a game of whiffle ball or baseball or fly a kite overlooking Vineyard Sound.
This home is located less than 1.5 miles to the Island Queen where you can take a 30 minute ferry ride to Martha’s Vineyard where you could easily spend the day. Take in a Cape Cod Baseball League Game and enjoy Thursday Night Town Band Concerts at the Harbor!
Maravista is an historic coastal village in Falmouth, located less than 2 miles from Falmouth’s Main Street where you will find many fantastic restaurants, quaint shops, and activities. Bike, roller skate, or walk to Woods Hole or North Falmouth on the new Shining Sea bike path!
Quintessential Woods Hole with waterfront restaurants, an aquarium and other activities along with Beebe Woods and Nobska Lighthouse are all within less than 5 miles from this perfectly situated home.
There is so much more to do and see in Falmouth to make a perfectly memorable Cape Cod vacation.
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
Why The Owner chose Falmouth
Falmouth has so many things to offer above and beyond it's beautiful beaches. There are lakes, shell fishing, biking paths along the ocean, local ferries to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, great restaurants, and shopping. There is something for everyone. You can do everything, or nothing at all.