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Cape Cod Hotels

The Inn at Cape Cod

  • 4 Summer St. Map It
  • $$$
  • Luxurious Retreat


  • Elegant lodging
  • Close to attractions


  • No water views or direct beach access
  • Some steep stairs

Updated 05/13/2013

Fodor's Review

A stately Greek Revival building with imposing columns, the inn has one of the most dramatic facades of any house on the Cape; it sits near the Botanical Trails and has its own fine gardens, patios, and tree-shaded lawns. On the first floor, the Sears Room, with a mahogany king-size four-poster bed and antique furnishings, provides comfortable respite in a classic setting; upstairs, the Plantation Suite opens to a private balcony. Some rooms, particularly the Bronte Room,

are on the small side but don't feel cramped because of lots of natural light and views of the gardens.

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Hotel Information


4 Summer St., Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts, 02675, USA

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508-375–0590; 800-850–7301

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 6 rooms, 3 suites
  • Breakfast

Updated 05/13/2013


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Jun 11, 2004

Victorian Charm at the Cape

I really enjoyed staying at the Inn at Cape Cod -- the Joshua Sears room is so lovely -- And the beds in the inn are the BEST . . .I could have stayed in bed all day.

By Dianne

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May 27, 2004


What a breathtaking place! No other structure on Cape Cod is quite like it. Greek Revival at it's best. The new owners/Inn Keepers, Sean and Elisa have invested in all the right stuff. Brand new Pillow Top beds (my husband and I are going out to buy the same one for our own home). Sheets are luxurious and plump towels. We could barely wake up in the morning if it wasn't for the French Toast Sean made...what a spread! The only regret you'll have

is not staying an extra night!!!

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May 19, 2004

No other B&B like this on Cape Cod! Great place for newlyweds and your wedding guests to stay! Beauty and VALUE$$

This Inn is like NO other on Cape Cod. Breathtaking Greek Revival with floor to ceiling windows set on over 2 acres of landscaped gardens. The trademark of the Inn are the towering columns (which is where I took my wedding pictures). Plush mattresses and bedding beyond belief. What a night's rest..which was exactly what I needed the eve before my wedding. The "Village Suite" had it's own private porch the length of the building and sitting room.

The gardens are beautiful and the Inn Keeper's, Sean and Lisa Prunty were fabulous. They gave us a gift certificate for two free nights when we return for a wedding present. COMPLETELY unexpected. They were able to rent the ENTIRE 9 bedroom Inn to us for a great discount.THE best value for your money. All nine rooms had their own private bathroom (which our friends and family appreciated). My wedding guests recieved a Grand Breakfast Buffet (cheddar and chive souffle was the main course that kept us all full for the day). Everyone in the party was so pleased. Another plus is the chapel and Old Yarmouth Inn (for reception)are all next to each other. Lake-like Sandy beach Pond is down the street too! Grey's beach less than a mile away. Just try one weekend and you'll want to keep coming back...I know we will!

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May 20, 2002

Private, Romantic, and a Good Value

The Inn looked even better in person, and Doug proved to be a very helpful, friendly, and unintrusive host. We will be back. We found the breakfast good, but skimpy -- try Jack's for great eggs/diner ambience.

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