Submitted: September 9, 2010
Stayed: August 2010
I cannot say enough good things about Reggie and Pat. They stay out of your way but are there to help with anything you might need whether it's to recommend a restaurant (Chatham Bars Inn- Definitely try the Clam Bake on the beach, it's beautiful, food is outrageous and live entertainment) or to fix something around the cottage. The cottage is rustic and decorated just as you'd imagine a New England cottage to look it was romantic, had every feature you could need (microwave, good sized fridge, toaster oven, reg. oven and stove, comfy couch, large T.V., fenced in yard. The walk to the private beach is lined with beautiful New England styled homes and the best place we found if you want to hunt for shells. Simple drive, turn right out of the driveway to go into Dennis (CVS not far) turn left and make a few turns to get back out to Routes 134, 6 or 6A- drive to Provincetown is about 40 minutes. Must try First Encounter Bay up in Eastham! It was our favorite, we've been there before- go when Low Tide is at its peak and you can walk out on the bay floor for about 2 miles and wade in the shallow warm water, as the tide comes back in the water remains warm- much warmer than the Ocean, you'll see small hermit crabs and other crabs as well as small bait fish that run/swim along the bay floor in the shallow water. It's just a beautiful and fairly private beach- $15 a day or go to the town and get a week pass. Also, we found out that in the town of Eastham you can get permits to have bonfire's on the beaches! (must have permit 3 days in advance) All around, great trip. You must try ARNOLDS on route 6 in Eastham, best Lobster Rolls around! Thank you Pat and Reggie!
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