Hotel at a Glance
This family-friendly resort is located in the heart of Cape Cod, amid old-fashioned seaside cottages, centuries-old lighthouses, and mom-and-pop ice-cream shops. Lewis Bay is nearby, but there's plenty to do right onsite, including bingo nights, arts and crafts, sports tournaments, and other activities.
- One-bedroom condos feature living rooms and LCD TVs with DVD players.
- Candlelit Italian dinners are served at the onsite restaurant.
- Swim year-round in the large, skylit indoor pool. There's also an outdoor pool open seasonally.
- Kick back and relax in the whirlpool spa or with a reflexology massage on select nights.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Historic Towns and Miles of Protected Beaches
In the late 19th century, Cape Cod blossomed into a summer vacation destination as visitors swapped crowded coastal cities for the sandy shores of eastern Massachusetts. Today, the arm-shaped peninsula, located 60 miles south of Boston, encompasses 15 idyllic towns, rolling dunes, and 300 miles of sandy shoreline—and it’s still the place where many East Coasters choose to spend their leisurely summer days. Popular attractions include fresh-seafood restaurants, quaint stores, and bicycle trails, such as the 22-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail that winds through Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet.
On the uppermost tip of the Cape, the free-spirited art colony of Provincetown attracts visitors year-round. This is one of the best places to head for a vibrant nightlife scene—there are cabarets, bars, and lounges aplenty. Pop into the Provincetown Art Association and Museum to check out local artwork, both historical and contemporary.
Along the Lower, or Outer, Cape, the 44,000-acre Cape Cod National Seashore stretches from Orleans to Provincetown and features six swimming beaches, wild cranberry bogs, and miles of walking and biking trails. In Eastham, be sure to check out the Nauset Lighthouse, which has overlooked the Atlantic since 1838.