The experience is very personal, as there are very few guests at any given time.
All of the rooms are upstairs above the various Dining Rooms of the 300 year-old Colonial home. Their location above the Restaurant is a fact that is important in understanding the nature of the Inn in relation to the Restaurant. In addition to the Main dining rooms of the more formal "fine dining" part of the Restaurant, there is also a more casual dining experience in the Bistro, which serves an à la carte menu at both lunch and dinner. There is a delightful BAR where one can catch an early afternoon or late evening glass of wine, or cosmo, or whatever tempts you, plus one can order from the Bistro menu at the bar. We also serve guests in the Gazebo, where one can have breakfast, enjoy afternoon wine and cheese, or reserve a private Tasting Dinner. House guests are assured of a reservation in either of the dining spaces on a priority basis: dining is not a requirement, but most of our guests choose to dine with us.
Inn guests are extended concierge service through our reservationist who will be glad to make reservations or appointments for golf, tennis, boating, ferries, fishing, whalewatching, sealwatching. The entire staff will happily provide "Cape" insider information of a personal variety, as well as comparing notes on recommendations and any other interests. There is a private bay beach within walking distance as well. Golfing reservations are available (for a fee) at several courses in town. The Cape Cod Rail Trail bike path is 1/2 block away. Bike rentals are available nearby also.