Cranberry Inn of Chatham
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Located on the quiet outskirts of Chatham Village, The Cranberry Inn offers a memorable getaway in every season. Its stately presence on Main Street complements neighboring cottages and shore homes. Lush gardens, shade trees and a verandah-style porch, set with rocking chairs, make it all the more inviting.
Beautiful perennial gardens in full bloom from the spring through the fall and a meticulously groomed lawn surround the Inn. Furnished with Kennedy rocking chairs, the expansive front porch offers a picturesque view including a charming windmill. It's an ideal place to relax and enjoy a cool drink or afternoon tea and watch the world pass by.
Inside, the décor is traditionally New England. Eighteen guest rooms are located throughout the Inn on two floors. Each has been carefully decorated with antiques and reproduction furnishings in a style all its own. Many feature fireplaces, private balconies, wet bars and queen-size beds. All are air-conditioned with private baths, telephones and cable television.
Common rooms include a reception area complete with baby grand piano, fireplace and fresh long stemmed roses. Decorated in deep greens and softly lit, the Tavern is perfect for cocktails after a day at the beach. The large breakfast room plays host to a full country breakfast every morning. Guests enjoy coffee, tea and juice along with freshly baked breads, muffins, bagels and other specialties. Our English style fireplaced tavern is a cozy place for a drink and friendly conversation.
In addition to all the comforts, our location offers easy access to all of Chatham. Quaint shops, galleries, restaurants, bistros and cafes, plus the expansive Lighthouse Beach with its rolling surf are just a short walk away. Golf, tennis, boating, biking, fishing, whale and seal watching, band concerts, baseball , theatre, historical sites and museums are also within reach. Classically beautiful Chatham has a seaside resort ambiance that is unrivaled anywhere. Historic Main Street features an extraordinary collection of quaint shops and galleries housed in traditional cedar-shingled buildings. Casual and fine restaurants, bistros and cafes are tucked in among the shops and offer traditional seafood fare, as well as delicious American, Italian and Southwestern cuisine. A year-round destination, spring and summer bring old-fashioned band concerts, baseball games and great local theatre productions to Chatham, while fall and winter are popular times for fireside dining, seal watching, biking and antiquing. The ocean is a big draw throughout the year, and Chatham offers three totally distinct beach experiences: Lighthouse Beach right on the Atlantic Ocean (a short ten-minute walk from the Inn), beautiful Pleasant Bay Beach and Hardings Beach on Nantucket Sound.
Chatham's 300th birthday is this year. Go to www.chathaminfo.com for information on all the special upcoming events.
The Inn is truly a special place to stay offering guests the best in personalized attention. Start a tradition of your own with a visit soon. It will surely be the first of many!
For a vacation long-treasured, discover the highly-rated Cranberry Inn...
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- Highly rated by AAA, featured in Country Inns magazine and Cape Cod Travel Guide.
- 2007 Selected "Best Places to Stay Guide"
- 2008 Cape Cod Life Magazine "One of the five most historic on Cape. Also voted "One of the two best Inn's on Lower Cape."
- 2006 Runner Up "Best Inn Lower Cape by Reader's Choice, Cape Cod Life."
Enjoy our English-style fireplaced tavern, a cozy place for a drink and friendly conversation during the evening cocktail hour.
The large breakfast room plays host to a full country breakfast every morning.
Common rooms include a reception area complete with baby grand piano, fireplace and fresh long stemmed roses.
How to Find Us
From Boston: South on Route 3 to the Cape Cod Canal and Sagamore Bridge. Cross the bridge to Route 6 East (the Mid-Cape Highway). Continue on Route 6 East to Exit 11 and Route 137. Turn left onto Route 137 South and proceed to its end at the junction of Route 28. Take a left onto Route 28 South and proceed to Chatham traffic rotary and Main Street. The Cranberry Inn is 3/4 of a mile ahead on the right side of Main Street. From New York, Hartford and Providence: North on I-95 to Providence, Rhode Island. In Providence, take I-195 East to I-495 South and Route 25 East. Continue on Route 25 East to Exit 2. Follow signs to the Sagamore Bridge. Cross the bridge to Route 6 East (the Mid-Cape Highway) and follow the directions provided for travelers coming from the Boston area. From Western Massachusetts and Upstate New York: East on I-90 (The Massachusetts Turnpike) to I-495 South and Route 25 East. Continue on Route 25 East to Exit 2. Follow signs to the Sagamore Bridge. Cross the bridge to Route 6 East (the Mid-Cape Highway) and follow the directions provided for travelers coming from the Boston area.