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Cape Cod Hotels

Queen Anne Inn

Pros

  • Spacious rooms
  • Historic setting

Cons

  • Some steep stairs

Updated 12/23/2013

Fodor's Review

Built in 1840 as a wedding present for the daughter of a famous clipper-ship captain, the Queen Anne first opened as an inn in 1874; some of the large guest rooms have hand-painted murals, working fireplaces, balconies, and hot tubs. Lingering and lounging are encouraged—around the large heated outdoor pool, at the tables on the veranda, in front of the fireplace in the sitting room, or in the plush parlor. A licensed massage therapist is on hand, should you wish to

indulge in a treatment. The Eldredge Room serves breakfast and dinner. Unlike many historic inns, this one is very welcoming to traveling families.

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Hotel Information

Address:

70 Queen Anne Rd., Chatham, Massachusetts, 02633, USA

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Phone:

508-945–0394; 800-545–4667

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Dec.–mid-Apr.
  • 33 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 12/23/2013

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By Jane

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Dec 30, 2004

Wonderful getaway

I had a great time at the Queen Anne Inn. Breakfast was lovely, and I dined in for dinner as well. Staff was attentive, but not overly so. The inn is a short walk to Chatham, a quaint little town with lots of shops and restaurants. I'd go back.

By Jim

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Oct 19, 2004

International Staff

Wonderful staff, excellent food,great location.

By Art

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Sep 16, 2002

False advertising

The Queen Anne Inn's brochure shows well-decorated, spacious rooms, gardens and tennis courts. For the high prices, that's what we expected, and were really disappointed at the worn, moldy, tiny bathroom and undistinguished room. After we protested and vowed to refuse the advance credit card charge, we were switched to a newer wing--but still, what the place lacks is greater than what it offers: breakfast is the cheapest possible bread, juice and

coffee as the complementary meal, no mini-bar, iron, coffee-maker, newspaper, turn-down service, no garden or tennis courts. For the $325 and up cost, it's not worth it.

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By cheryl

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Sep 4, 2002

cover-up pot pourri

We stayed in room 54, the one you see in all their pictures. The room had an overpowering smell of pot pourri. What were they hiding? The carpeting was red indoor/outdoor, like you see in bad chinese restaurants. The walls were hand-painted in pinks and blues, and could have been pretty if not offset by the red carpet, black and green plaid couch, and gold chinese throw rug. We planned to use the tennis courts mentioned on their web site

and brochure, but they no longer existed. This was not mentioned when we booked the room. All in all, the inn has a run-down look, except for the three new units in back. I would not recommend it.

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