|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Located on Clark's Point (12 Clark's Point Road), year-round cottage only 100 feet from Great Pond. A more private setting is hard to find. Set 200 feet back from a private gravel road. Abuts town conservation land and walking trails. Watch the sun rise over Eastham's largest pond from the deck or living room. Enjoy quiet afternoons and evenings on the porch. Bring your canoe, kayak or sailboat, the cottage has a dock on Great Pond for fishing, boating or swimming.
Built in 2004 and well equipped. Full kitchen with dishwasher, range, microwave, coffee maker and blender. Full bath with washer & dryer. Wireless internet, cable TV/DVD and working fireplace. Outdoor shower with hot & cold water. Regular trash pick-up.
Hard to believe it has been eight years since we discovered Clark's Point and Great Pond. The weather was perfect! This year was very special as we introduced our 11 month old granddaughter to the Cape. First Encounter continues to take our breath away at sunset. Oysters, oysters and more oysters this year. They were fantastic...Visited our favorite beaches, and no trip is complete without a trip to Provincetown.
We weren't really sure what to expect before we arrived to the Cape. But as soon as we arrived, it all became perfectly clear. An amazing home that has just the right amount of solitude and relaxation coupled with a great location that makes it possible to see a dramatic sunset and spectacular beaches. The house is taken care so well and has everything for you. Bob was very helpful and provided a cottage that made it feel like home. We were very sad to leave but plan on surely returning. Thanks Bob!
My Partner and I booked this cottage as part of my 30th b;day trip. We stayed in this gorgeous place from the monday to the saturday and would have loved to stay longer.
The property was comfortable, warm and peaceful. Although it looks kinda remote and in the case of passing traffic it is (there is no passing traffic be it wheeled or on foot) there is Provinvetown about an hour up the road and Orleans 10mins in the other direction. It can be as solitary as you desire in this case.
The cottage was warm (the heating fab and almost instant) and also had a log fire, the bedding provided was warm and plenty. As we went in October the weather was changable in that it did rain but the area is so stunning i believe you really wont mind (we certainly didnt)
Bob the owner was friendly (we sow him when we arrived) helpful and avaliable if you need him, he doesnt live far from the cottage. We didnt need him but certainly felt we wouldnt be in the way if we had questions.
We definatly recommend the property and will be looking to visit again at another time of year.
Everything you read in the description is extreamly accurate and the prpoerty was as stated.
I know Ian and I look forward to the opportunity to vist again.
Walk through conservation land to freshwater beach (Wiley Park) or to the Cape Cod Bay beaches (First Encounter Beach & Cole Road Beach). Ride the bicycle paths (Cape Cod Rail Trail and the Nauset Bike Trail) to Coast Guard Beach within the Cape Cod National Seashore.
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Jan 1 2017 - Apr 15 2017
2 night minimum stay
$750 to $2,500 per week
Refundable security deposit required.
Deposit required to reserve; balance due 30 days prior to arrival.