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Baileys By the Sea Bed & Breakfast Inn is located in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. An ideal Bed and Breakfast Inn to tour all that Cape Cod, Massachusetts & New England have to offer in any season. The oceanfront location makes this Victorian Bed & Breakfast an outstanding choice for your visit to Cape Cod.
A true Bed & Breakfast where you will experience old fashioned hospitality. We welcome you to come and share the breathtaking panoramic ocean views with us! The moment you enter Baileys, the spectacular ocean views will render you speechless ... miles of sandy ocean beaches, indescribable sunrises, a seemingly endless deep blue ocean, and Martha's Vineyard with its twinkling lights. Awaken to the gentle lapping of the ocean and the delightful aroma of breads baking! Enjoy your full breakfast on the wrap-around enclosed porch with the ocean's ever changing views.
Escape to this exquisite Cape Cod oceanfront bed and breakfast lodging. Baileys By the Sea is what you come to Cape Cod for!
The moment you enter Baileys, the spectacular ocean views will render you speachless!
Baileys location in Falmouth, Massachussetts makes it very accessible to all that Cape Cod & New England have to offer. A ferry ride to Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket, a short drive to Plymouth, Newport & Boston. Dine at restaurants within walking distance or a short drive; walk to the ferry that takes you to Martha’s Vineyard, golf at any of the many public courses, play tennis or shop on Falmouth’s Main Street. Nature preserves and entertainment are all within a short distance of Baileys oceanfront location.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Liz Bailey for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Location, Location, Location.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
Homey atmosphere with casual elegance; location with panoramic views of Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket Sound; love the location with its ever changing views, ability to walk many places.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Quaint Cape Cod Village, with historic components, Great place to relax & or explore all of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
"It’s better than the pictures; Felt welcome & at home; I could sit here & watch the ocean forever."
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
You don’t need to go anywhere; Falmouth has everything that Cape Cod has to offer.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Visit historic downtown, day trip to Martha’s Vineyard, enjoy biking, walking, swimming, relaxing, whale watch & visit National seashore.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Beach, ferry to Martha’s Vineyard, restaurants, downtown Falmouth, and bike rentals.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Seafood, of course; Some of our favorite restaurants are Quarterdeck, Casino Warf, Glass Onion, and Flying Bridge.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 4 private rooms, up to 6 (can combine rooms for families & friends travel together).
Do you accept pets?
No, we have an adopted greyhound on site. I will be happy to give suggestions for pet boarding. Please call so I can make the best fit.
Amenities in all rooms include:
- Private bath
- Color cable TV
- Central air-conditioning
- Swing arm over-bed lamps
- Waffle robes - nice weight for year
The idea of owning a Victorian home on the ocean was a dream of Jerry & Liz. Jerry enjoyed challenges and different experiences (working in the corporate world and around the world for 30 years) and Liz enjoyed people and socializing (most likely related to her nursing career). After 2 ½ years of searching for the perfect location and another 4 years of renovations, they opened the doors to Baileys By the Sea. They have two daughters, one in Boulder, Colorado, the other in Omaha, Nebraska and three beautiful granddaughters!
They feel they achieved their goals which were to preserve the historic structure as a home yet be welcoming to guests as an oceanfront B&B. They welcome you to come experience and enjoy the hospitality of Baileys and its indescribable views!
After crossing over the Bourne Bridge, take Route 28 south for 13.1 miles to the first set of traffic lights. The sign at the corner will direct you to Hyannis which can be confusing.
- Turn left onto Jones Road. Travel 1.1 miles to the second set of lights (busy intersection)
- Proceed straight through onto Worcester Court (which becomes a divided road at the blinking red light)
- Follow Worcester Court which will end at the ocean
- Take a right onto Grand Avenue (ocean and beach will be on your left). Do Not Turn At First “Grand Ave” Street Sign
- Turn Right When You Reach The Ocean
- Follow Grand Avenue for .3 miles to Baileys By the Sea (on the corner of Grand Avenue and Hope Avenue)
- Parking is behind the house on Hope Avenue