Eastham is a quintessential paradise, where the Outer Cape begins. It is a narrow strip of rural country with marshes, ponds, bogs, and forests that are unharmed by time. It is bordered on the east with miles of the majestic Atlantic Ocean, and on its west by Cape Cod Bay.Once home to whaling, fishing, salt works, and asparagus farming, Eastham is now best known for its beaches and conservation areas. As Gateway to the Cape Cod National Seashore Park, protecting over 27,000 acres of the Outer Cape and one third of the town of Eastham, both residents and visitors can revere in a land little changed since Thoreau wrote his masterpiece, 'Cape Cod', over one hundred years ago.
Today Eastham proudly continues its rural heritage offering visitors miles of walking and bike trails through woods, fields, marshes, and several designated historical sites and areas, many of which are in the National Historic Register of Places. Our hospitality is extended in our quaint inns, modern motels, B&Bs, cottages, and campsites all conveniently located near country shops, restaurants and the service trades.
308 Old Main Street, Bass River Village, South Yarmouth, Massachusetts
Romantic and Charming 1845 Greek Revival style Bed and Breakfast. Located in mid-Cape Cod in the historic district of Bass River Village. Full Breakfast, Afternoon teas and cookies and evening cordials always included.
67 Bradford Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts
The Brass Key Guesthouse in Provincetown MA, is just a minute's walk from the action on Commercial Street while providing the romantic intimacy of a secluded resort setting
P.O. Box 1, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts
Our family's decades long tradition of offering comfortable lodging & delicious breakfasts at a rate most can appreciate is enjoyed by new & returning guests alike.