The Captain's Manor Inn

27 W Main Street, Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540
Innkeeper(s): Pattie and Randy Laubhan
  • Introduction

    The Captain's Manor Inn - Falmouth, Massachusetts

    The Captain's Manor Inn is a Cape Cod retreat offering elegant lodging in the heart of Falmouth Village's historic district. This special and unique estate features an acre of lovely grounds complete with gazebo, 8 guestrooms with private baths, and an elegant living area with the original 1849 black marble fireplace and 8 foot tall expansive plantation style windows that open onto the vast wrap around 2000 square foot veranda. From the moment you arrive you will find The Captain's Manor Inn a relaxing place to rejuvenate. The Inn is well suited for your special getaway, reunions, or for small business retreats and meetings.

    Our Cape Cod Bed and Breakfast is a wonderful home base for you as you enjoy gorgeous scenery, shopping and antiquing, cultural opportunities, entertainment, intimate dining or numerous sporting activities because everything is close at hand.

    Perhaps you will build new memories enjoying nearby beaches, or a day trip to Boston, Newport, Provincetown, Plymouth, Providence, or Martha's Vineyard via Ferry. Enjoy a short stroll to downtown Falmouth Village and discover many boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, and museums. The near by Shining Sea bike path (0.2 miles) is the only bikeway on Cape Cod that runs along side the sea, providing views across salt marshes, barrier beaches, and open water. Be sure to check out our blog for more information on Cape Cod and things to do in the area.

  • Amenities

    The Captain's Manor Inn, amenities

    Amenities Include

    • Full Breakfast
    • Private bath
    • Plush pillow-top mattress
    • Triple Sheeting with luxury high thread count bed linens
    • Extra pillows and blankets
    • Fireplaces in Hatch, KL Bates and Robinson
    • Individual heat and air conditioning controls in guest rooms
    • Ceiling Fan
    • iPhone/iPod compatible clock radio
    • In-room 26" LCD Cable TV
    • Comfortable seating
    • 2 complimentary bottles of spring water
    • Down filled duvet (down alternative available) and down alternative pillows

    Bathroom Amenities Include

    • Plush cotton towels
    • Spa robes
    • Gilchrist and Soames amenities
    • Hairdryer
    • Rain shower heads and hand held shower in rooms
  • Sample Menu

    The Captain's Manor Inn, breakfast

    • Selected fine coffees, teas, hot cocoa
    • Your choice of juices (orange, cranberry, tomato)
    • Fresh fruit cup
    • Blueberry scones
    • Personal quiche, breakfast potatoes & sausage
    • Lighter fare available daily
    • Yogurt, cereal, granola

    Please let us know of any special dietary needs when you make your reservation so we may do our best to accommodate your needs.

  • Insider's Info


    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Trish Robinson for sharing her own secrets with!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Our guests love the grace of our 1849 property with all the modern amenities and the ability to park their car and walk everywhere to explore and enjoy Falmouth, Cape Cod.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    We are best known for our breakfasts on the veranda.  Our Inn is unique in that it is right in the village of Falmouth yet set on 1.2 acres of land so it is very peaceful while walking distance to everything.  We most love the romantic story from the 1800's about the original owners of the Inn and its overall character.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    The ability to enjoy all Cape Cod has to offer from a central location.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    The best compliment we have every received would be those guests who have returned to stay with us every year since we opened in 2010. One of these guests has stated our Inn is like a "little bit of heaven on earth".

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    The incredible number of shops, restaurants, beaches and activities in the area are not well advertised as compared to other Cape Cod towns.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    He/she should plan to spend their first day exploring the town of Falmouth with its shops, restaurants, beaches, museums and scenic bikeway, the next day he/she should plan to sail over to Martha's Vineyard to enjoy the island for the day ; the third day would be great to travel historic 6A visiting a number of Cape Cod villages, viewing scenic lighthouses and stopping to spend a few hours in Sandwich at the Heritage Museums and Gardens to include the antique car collection; the fourth day could include golf at countless available golf courses or a whale watch in either Provincetown or Hyannis (home of the Kennedy's).

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    There is a 11 mile long scenic bike path, 30 boutique shops, 20 restaurants, several museum homes, cultural venues, beaches, galleries, boating harbors and hiking paths all within walking distance of our Inn.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Our favorite restaurant in the area is The Glass Onion known for exceptional food and ambiance.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    Good guides/websites for travelers to reference are:  www.falmouthchamber.com

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    Our Inn has 8 luxury guest rooms each with TV, iphone/radio clocks, spa robes, numerous amenities, private luxurious bathrooms and several rooms have fireplaces. We also have a Bistro, Large Living Room, Dining Room, 2000 square foot porch and 1.2 acres of gardens/grounds.

    Do you accept pets?

    We do not accept pets.  There are pet resorts in the area.


  • About the Inn

    Select one of our guest rooms that best captures the experience you are looking for. Each guest room in our Cape Cod bed and breakfast is unique yet all are designed to create a warm and inviting setting. The Inn has two first floor guest rooms and at the top of the curved mahogany staircase in the Central Foyer you will find an additional five guest rooms on the second floor. Each of the rooms features original plantation style windows with shutters allowing for beautiful views of the park like grounds and plenty of natural light.

    Following a restful night's sleep a bountiful Cape Cod breakfast is served from 8:30 to 10:00 am in our elegant dining room at a cozy table for two or at the larger dining table featuring views of the back gardens and gazebo from the 10 foot tall plantation windows. On pleasant weather mornings you may choose to have breakfast served to you in one of several seating areas outside on the 2000 square foot wraparound veranda. Many of our guests enjoy a brief respite on the veranda with their cup of coffee and the morning paper before breakfast.

    Your Cape Cod stay would not be complete without afternoon refreshments. We encourage you to take a break in the afternoon and enjoy the peacefulness of our Cape Cod bed and breakfast as you lounge on the veranda or in the living room in front of the fire and enjoy fresh home-baked treats and refreshments.

    The Captain's Manor Inn, The Perfect Place For Afternoon RefreshmentsThe Captain's Manor Inn, living room

  • How To Find Us

    The Captain's Manor Inn, marquee

    From Bourne Bridge to Falmouth

    • Follow Route 28 South to Falmouth
    • Approximately 13 miles from the bridge, you will pass through one set of traffic lights at Jones Road
    • Approximately one half mile after the traffic lights take a left toward Falmouth center onto Palmer Ave
    • Take your first right onto Hewins Way
    • Take a right onto W Main street
    • The inn will be two driveways down on your left through the large granite pillars
    • Parking is at the rear of the Inn

    New York City, Connecticut and Rhode Island

    • Take I-95 to I-195 in Providence to Route 25 East
    • Follow signs to Cape Cod and the Bourne Bridge
    • See above directions from the Bourne Bridge

    Western Massachusetts

    • Take I-90 to 495 South (will become Route 25)
    • Follow signs to Cape Cod and the Bourne Bridge
    • See above directions from the Bourne Bridge

    Boston Area

    • Take Route 24 South to I-495 South to the Bourne Bridge


    • Take Route 3 South following the signs to Cape Cod
    • At the Sagamore Bridge Rotary, follow the signs to Buzzards Bay/Falmouth and cross the Bourne Bridge
    • See above directions from the Bourne Bridge