Hyannis is the largest municipality in the town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod, and boasts many inviting and family friendly B&B establishments. Hyannis's Village Green is the gathering spot for civic celebrations and town events. At the Village Green, the benches provide a quiet place to take a reflective break, and the bandstand hosts musicians for parties and concerts. When you stay at a Hyannis bed and breakfast, be sure to ride the rails on a two-hour narrated journey through Cape Cod's most scenic pathways. Travel back in time to the golden age of railroading as you pass the Cape's unspoiled and hidden beauty, accessible only by the railways! The John F Kennedy Museum, in Hyannis, documents via photos and video the late president's life and connection to the area. You can tour the Hyannis harbor for migrating whales and a glimpse of the Kennedy compound, or visit the Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory, too. After a busy day, relax at a Hyannis B&B or inn, and then think about dinner. Ristorante Barolo, an Italian restaurant, has long been regarded as one of the finest on the Cape. The Paddock Restaurant in Hyannis is considered a Cape Cod institution, opening its doors in 1970.
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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.
118 Tupper Road, Sandwich, Massachusetts
Enjoy casual elegance and seaside charm nestled in Cape Cod's most historic village. A warm welcome, pristine accommodations, and five-star hospitality have made this an award-winning inn.