Cape Cod family reunion


Sep 8th, 2004, 01:01 PM
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Cape Cod family reunion

Does anyone have any suggestions for sites for a family reunion on Cape Cod in 2005? There are 30 of us: 15 adults and 15 kids from 15-3, which sorts out to six family units, Gramps,and Grammy. We would like to be near to one another, and try to keep expenses down, but still make it a vacation from too many household type chores.

It's a special occasion so any help would be most welcome. I'm just beginning research and could use some idea on where to look. Thanks so much!
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Sep 8th, 2004, 02:23 PM
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We had a great time booking a similar group for a family wedding at New Seabury in Mashpee. It's a gated condo community with little townhouses, mostly 2-bedroom with full kitchens, extremely quaint, has a restaurant, golf, clubhouse, beach, etc. On the pricey side, but we all had a wonderful time. We stayed in the section called "Maushop Village".
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Sep 9th, 2004, 05:00 AM
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Red Jacket beach in South Yarmouth is right on the water has indoor & outdoor pools and daily activities for children. It has It has a range of prices on rooms in the main building and many cottage choices from 1-3 bedrooms.

Some other more $$$ choices: Chatham Bars Inn and Wequassett Inn - Chatham; Ocean Edge Resort in Brewster.

Some other less $$$ choices: Seacrest Hotel Falmouth; Sandcastle hotel on the water/indoor-outdoor pool in Provincetown; Cape Codder Hotel with an indoor wave pool in Hyannis.
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Sep 18th, 2004, 12:24 PM
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you might want to think about taking over an entire cottage style motel. Many of them on the Cape have 6 to 10 units. Now the dilema is where and which one. The Cape is a fairly big place with a certain amount of diversity. With many children you may want to be closer to one of the main drags mid cape...route 28 or 6A, keeping you close to activities...perhaps Harwich or Dennis....if you think a little solitude, fabulous beache etc. will work, go further out to Eastham, Truro etc. It may be wise to cotact the tourism offices, tell them what you are looking for and ask for ideas......just a thought
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