The Village Inn
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All the B&Bs in Yarmouth Port share a great location, beautiful historic homes and a desire to please their guests. At The Village Inn in Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, we continue our family's decades long tradition of providing comfortable lodging and delicious breakfasts at a rate most travelers can appreciate. With no minimum stay requirement we make it easy for you to make your travel plans.
We welcome you into our home to enjoy down to earth hospitality in a beautiful setting. We're always willing to help you find your way around the Cape, offer suggestions and generally do all we can to ensure you enjoy your stay with us.
Just a 5 minute walk to Cape Cod Bay, we're situated on the scenic Old Kings Highway. Our 200 year old home offers 10 guest rooms. Whether choosing our smallest room, (perfect for the solo traveler), or one of our larger rooms, you'll find your private guest quarters are decorated simply and comfortably, each with their own warmth and charm. All guest rooms are air conditioned and have private baths. All but one have televisions.
We have several common rooms, and our large screened porch is a delightful addition to this spacious home. You can also enjoy the outdoors while playing croquet or sitting under the shade trees. Our location is ideal if you want to explore all the different villages of Cape Cod. Halfway between Plimoth Plantation and Provincetown, we're on the historically preserved North Side of the Cape where commercial enterprise is kept to a minimum.
We serve breakfast at individual tables in our dining room where you can choose from a variety of options. Whether you prefer a light breakfast or a more substantial morning meal, your order is prepared to order and brought to you by one of our friendly servers.
In the quaint village of Yarmouth Port, you can stroll peaceful country lanes enjoying 18th and 19th century New England architecture while making your way to nature trails, beautiful bay views and fresh water ponds. Locally owned small shops and restaurants invite your interest.
We're just a few minutes drive to nearby salt water swimming beaches and ferries to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. As you can imagine, antiques, whale watches and everything in between is equally easy to reach.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Karen Hickey for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?Choices.A variety of rooms at a variety of rates. We'll help you choose the best option.
Our breakfast menu allows you to create the breakfast of your choice.
Our large home provides 3 indoor sitting rooms, a screened porch and an acre of land. Lots of room, both in and out, at The Village Inn.
No minimum stay requirement. We’re happy to see you for as long as you would like to stay.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
Comfortable guest rooms, delicious breakfasts and our “feels like home without the work” ambience.
The Village Inn has been hosted by the same family for over 60 years.
It’s history, both local and family.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Location. Not only is Yarmouth Port rich in beauty and history, it’s also the “Heart of the Cape” which makes it easy to explore the entire Cape & Islands area without having to pack and unpack each day.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Our guests feel welcomed and appreciated.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
In this part of Yarmouth Port, Cape Cod Bay is just a 5 minute walk from The Village Inn. A short stroll brings you to bay views of Sandy Neck barrier beach and the local shoreline dotted with small boats. The ebb and flow of the tide provides additional beauty at a nearby one lane bridge crossing the water.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
There are so many options! Explore the Cape from Provincetown to Woods Hole; Chatham to Sandwich. Visit the mansions of Newport, RI or walk the Freedom Trail in Boston. Take a ferry to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard. Whale Watch, hike, bike, kayak, or just sit on the beach and eat ice cream.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Cape Cod Bay with its post card views, neighborhood restaurants even the locals like, nature trails, swimming at fresh water Dennis Pond, the Edward Gorey House and other historically significant sites.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Too many to mention; some within walking distance, others a short drive.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
This may sound vague, but I find the best source is to simply Google “things to do on Cape Cod” which will bring you to specific ideas listed on sites like Boston.com and TripAdvisor, among others.
How many rooms does your inn have?
The Village Inn has 18 rooms, 10 of which are private guest rooms.
Do you accept pets?
We do not accept pets but can refer you to those that do.
What Our Guests Say
"Your inn was charming and perfectly located, but most important was the hospitality you showed us as our hosts."
"Welcoming from the first moment. Comfortable, clean and friendly."
"What a warm and inviting place. Thank you for your wonderful hospitality."
"We all felt very comfortable and this lovely old house made it feel like being at home. It wouldn't be the same without your warmth and kindness."
"Thank you for a relaxing, comfortable stay at your lovely old home. This B&B was the perfect choice for us to stay for our son's wedding. Comfortable beds, clean rooms and very friendly people Thank you for your hospitality."
"Another great stay in your beautiful Inn."
Well behaved, ready for a bed and breakfast, children of all ages are welcome.