Wellfleet Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Roll away bed, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-5)
This well appointed and immaculate cottage is steps to a secluded bay beach on beautiful Cape Cod Bay. Beautiful bay views from the patio, living room, and kitchen area. The patio is shaded by pine trees --- grill, lounge with a drink and enjoy the view of the waves. The eight cottage colony is on a private road, and has a relaxed, family atmosphere. Spectacular sunsets over Cape Cod bay. Swim, sun, beach comb, kayak, jog---No crowds, no lugging your stuff, no parking hassles!
The exclusive location is minutes away from Wellfleet's attractions. Fine and casual dining, concerts, over 30 galleries, WHAT theatre, tons of activities for kids, live performances and lively nightlife are all close by. Ocean beaches and kettle ponds are minutes away.
Cottage has airy cathedral ceilings, updated eat-in kitchen and bathroom, and open floor plan. Two bedrooms: one with queen bed; 2 twins in the second. (A twin-sized cot is also available to accomodate an additional child.)
The eight cottage colony is a well established fixture in the Indian Neck area. Many families come back year after year. Kids make new friends easily. Adults appreciate the relaxed, yet civilized and upscale atmosphere.
Keywords: on beach, waterfront, water view, cabin
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
Guestbook comments from the owner
Words can barely describe how enchanting your cottage and its location has been to us! To say we had an amazing vacation would be quite the understatement. Thank you for everything.
My family has owned property in Wellfleet since 1972. I returned here to retire, drawn back by Wellfeet's great beauty and unique character. Like so many 'year 'rounders,' I volunteer in our town's government. My husband shellfishes --- raking for clams in the pink sunrise!
There simply aren't many classic Cape Cod cottage colonies left on the waterfront. We wanted the simplicity of the barefoot, sandy, beach summers we grew up with.
Any bad mood vanishes, as soon as you turn onto Hiawatha road and see 'Sewell's Gutter,' the estuary that flows into the beach. At the cottage, the beach immediately lures you from the patio---to stroll and see what's happening at the water. The air smells like salt. Children run free, and adults often start thinking of a glass of wine & grilling something for dinner...