South Dennis Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Bogside is a comfortable Cape Cod style home located next to a non-working cranberry bog. It offers an ideal location for families of all ages. Nature lovers will enjoy the multitude of bird and small animals which abound in the area.
The first floor has a well equipped kitchen, a full bath, two bedrooms ( one double, one twin ) and a living room with TV and Wi Fi where you can google the Harwich Chamber of Commerce for monthly activities and information. The second floor has two twin bedrooms and a large lavatory.
It is .7 of a mile to Red River Beach, but, due to its central location, our clients often go north, east and west to bayside, oceanside and lakeside beaches. Its great location also allows sports enthusiasts to enjoy sport and deep sea fishing, the Harwich Mariners Baseball Team and the Cape Cod Rail Trail, while others can enjoy outdoor and indoor movies and concerts, jazz festivals, art galleries, museums, adult and children theater, antique and thrift shops, classic car cruising and the Thursday Farmers market. Children can partake in mini-golf, batting cages, bumper boats and trampolines. Everyone can take the ferry to Nantucket.
It's a short drive to Chatham where all can enjoy shopping, sightseeing, seals and perhaps a shark or two. Provicetown is a 45 minute drive where you can enjoy its ambience and take an informative and entertaining whale watching trip.
Bogside has been the location for family vacations for over 40 years!!
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
About Lucille or Matt Dufault
'Bogside' was built in 1970 as a Cape Cod retreat for our family and friends. Over the years many families from the U.S. and Canada have enjoyed their vacations here at our little piece of the Cape.
Lucille or Matt Dufault purchased this cottage in 1970
Why Lucille or Matt Dufault chose South Dennis
'Bogside' has a relaxed essence that encourages our guests to truly enjoy vacation. Located on a quiet country lane, the cottage takes you away from it all whlile being centrally located for any Cape Cod exploration.