Beautiful country house on Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Beautiful country house on Cape Cod, Massachusetts




Jan 2006

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3
1 Bathrooms

About our home

We live in the center of Cape Cod, in the town of Barnstable which has seven villages. Our village is ten minutes from Hyannis by car. The closest major airport is Logan International airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Busses leave from the airport to Cape Cod, stopping at four other towns before reaching Hyannis.
Our house is in a quiet neighbourhood, but not far from all the tourist attraction and summer activities. The rooms are spacious, bright and airy with morning and afternoon sun. A beautiful garden surrounds the house with mature trees and blooming shrubs and flowers. We added a new deck this year, and we also added a new outdoor hot water shower with a dressing area. It is a must to have when coming home from the beach. -----------------------------------------------Our location is in BARNSTABLE county, for a map try: Cape Cod Ma Map or ------- or ------- ------------------Cape Cod is a favorite tourist destination. Beaches are on both sides of the peninsula with white sand and crystal blue waters. Many parks, forest, harbours, ferry boats to Nantucket island and Martha's Vineyard island. Whale watching, seal watching, dolphins, aquarium, museums, art galleries, theater, movies, bike path, hiking trails, golf, tennis, fine restaurants, fresh lobster, shrimp, scallops, clams, the best seafood straight from the fisherman, excellent shopping, boutiques, fashion, many artist studios.


More about us

  1. We are NON smokers, and only NON-smokers can stay in our house, since I am allergic towards tobacco and cigarettes.
    Before I moved to Cape Cod, I lived in Freeport-Maine, where I owned a six room Bed & Breakfast. Every year I had guests from Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia, Asia and South America. I enjoyed it very much and many guests became friends and we are still in contact
    My three children live a long distance away, are married, and I have five grandchildren.
    We have traveled to Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Italy, France, Japan, Thailand, Australia, Morocco, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Argentina, Chili and Hawaii. We still have many places left to see. We love nature, music, sport and meeting people all over the world. I love gardening and I have a beautiful flower and vegetable garden. We enjoy living in a friendly neighbourhood where everybody waves and says "hello."

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Where is it?


The closest major city is Boston, Massachusetts about 100 km or 60 miles. Also Providence, Rhode Island is a historical city and it is the same distance from the Cape. One could either drive or take the bus. CAPE COD is a treasure and people come here to relax, get inspired, and revel in our arts and culture. Cape Cod provides you with a peace of mind and lets you explore winding nature trails, hidden artist studios, walk pristine beaches, watch the fishing boat return and unload their daily catch. Cape Cod has many small villages and we enjoy a carefree country life here for ten month of the year. Thousand of tourists come every summer and it is very crowded in July and August. It is best to avoid July and August and vacation here the other ten month. Cape Cod is a peninsula and two bridges cross the canal to the Cape. There is very little public transportation in most villages. Although Hyannis is commercialized and has a bus terminal with buses leaving to Boston, Providence, New York and Maine. The Cape has three sections, Upper Cape, Mid Cape and Lower Cape. We live on Mid Cape at Exit 5 from the Cape Highway. The ocean is five minutes from our house and watching the sunset is spectacular, not to be missed. It is a photographer's paradise. At the end of our street the Audubon Society has hundreds of acres of land with hiking trails to a beautiful pond with ducks and birds. We hike there to relax and enjoy nature.

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