You’ll want to visit these awesome breweries in Cape Cod when you visit. After all, what’s better on a hot summer day that a cold brew? You could even try a new one each day you’re vacationing on the Cape. With that in mind, check out our top picks, below.
If you’re looking forward to a couples getaway on the east coast, you’ll want to consider these elegant bed and breakfasts in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Not only are they pristine, luxurious, and near the beach, each offers unique amenities.
Learn which of these excellent lodging options in Cape Cod is a perfect match for you and your special someone.
Orleans, Massachusetts is just under an hour from the Bourne Bridge in Cape Cod and a perfect lower Cape escape.
It is home to beaches on both the Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean and is a treasure trove of excellent dining, art galleries, and unique shops. You‘ll also find hiking spots and kettle ponds carved into the earth by ancient glaciers. (See the Orleans Bonus Section at the end of this post for a list of things to see and do!)
Orleans is part of what’s considered the “Lower Cape,” which also includes Brewster, Chatham, and Harwich. It’s a great base for further exploration of the Cape.
That was exactly our pleasure during an off-season getaway, where my friend and I experienced Orleans in a way many “summer people” don’t.
Regardless of which season you visit Cape Cod–whether it’s the slower pace of the off-season or the warm beachy summer months, we know you will enjoy the chic hospitality of The Parsonage Inn.