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Summering on the Cape? Kick Back on Our Fav Hotel Decks

August 2, 2013

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The Red Inn, Cape Cod

The Red Inn, Cape Cod

Cape Cod is a quintessential New England summer destination, with miles of pristine beaches, beautiful old lighthouses, and quaint villages. It’s the type of place to kick your feet up on a porch or deck (with ocean views, of course) and laze away the day. Luckily, plenty of the Cape’s charming hotels offer excellent spots to do just that.

 

 

 

 

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53 Responses to “Summering on the Cape? Kick Back on Our Fav Hotel Decks”

  1. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I’m planning a trip to cape cod and was wondering if anybody can tell me any really good seafood restaurants? Price doesn’t matter as long as it is a good place, good family type of environment etc.

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  2. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    I’m planning a trip to cape cod and was wondering if anybody can tell me any really good seafood restaurants? Price doesn’t matter as long as it is a good place, good family type of environment etc.

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  3. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    So what was cape cod called, before it was named cape cod?

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  4. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I’d like to plan to go whale watching on Cape Cod this weekend. Can anyone recommend a particular company, or make any other suggestions for selecting a company? Any information would be appreciated.

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  5. Saundra Jarvie Says:

    I’d like to plan to go whale watching on Cape Cod this weekend. Can anyone recommend a particular company, or make any other suggestions for selecting a company? Any information would be appreciated.

    Reply

  6. Janet Somerville Says:

    I was recently a featured background actor on a TV show. I didn’t have lines, but am seen a lot in the episode (including interacting with the main actors) and there were only about 5 other extras. I know you’re not supposed to put extra work on your resume, but is there any way this would be acceptable to include on my resume?

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  7. Cecilia Osburn Says:

    I like crashing waves and lively beach communities, fishing boats and piers where fishermen get up early and head out for the day’s catch. My wife, some friends and I are thinking of spending a week on Cape Cod this summer. But we’ve never been, and I have no idea about where we should stay. We’re not looking to break the bank, but we have a little money to spend if it gets us in the right place. Where should I look for a vacation rental cottage or condo that is within walking distance to a great beach?

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  8. Marcie Thach Says:

    I’m planning on taking a family vacation to Cape Cod in July and need some information. We’re from Ohio and have never been to the Cape. I have 3 young girls 13, 10, & 8. We plan on flying into Boston, spending a day in Boston doing the Freedom Trail walk and catching a baseball game then heading to the Cape the next morning. Any advice on where to go, how to get there, where to stay, good swimming beaches…etc. Moderate budget.

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  9. Gloria Hester Says:

    Me and my bestie Melissa are going to Cape Cod with our families. We are going to be staying in our own room so we want to know, what are some things we can do in our room together? Also, what are some fun things to do outside?

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  10. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I’m planning on taking a family vacation to Cape Cod in July and need some information. We’re from Ohio and have never been to the Cape. I have 3 young girls 13, 10, & 8. We plan on flying into Boston, spending a day in Boston doing the Freedom Trail walk and catching a baseball game then heading to the Cape the next morning. Any advice on where to go, how to get there, where to stay, good swimming beaches…etc. Moderate budget.

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  11. Deborah Holliday Says:

    I am from out of town and I am looking at purchasing some investment properties in Cape Cod, MA that I can rent out to tourists. The rental business seems to be doing very well in Cape Cod.

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  12. Melissa Nason Says:

    I am going into high school and am very serious about baseball, i heard that the cape cod league is the place to be for HS baseball players. How do u get selected to play there, serious answers plz!
    Cape Cod High School Classic

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  13. Molly Griego Says:

    I plan on working in Falmouth, MA (Cape Cod) next summer. My friend and I want to rent a small apartment, not a vacation-type but a more modest residence, from June-September. When is the earliest I can start making serious inquiries about this, and is there any other information you can provide me about the process?

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  14. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I like crashing waves and lively beach communities, fishing boats and piers where fishermen get up early and head out for the day’s catch. My wife, some friends and I are thinking of spending a week on Cape Cod this summer. But we’ve never been, and I have no idea about where we should stay. We’re not looking to break the bank, but we have a little money to spend if it gets us in the right place. Where should I look for a vacation rental cottage or condo that is within walking distance to a great beach?

    Reply

  15. Kelli Shanklin Says:

    I went to it last year in 8th grade and is a nice park, right on the beach of Cape Cod, by the cape cod rail trail, and the cape cod bay?, they have some cabins to stay there.

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  16. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I like crashing waves and lively beach communities, fishing boats and piers where fishermen get up early and head out for the day’s catch. My wife, some friends and I are thinking of spending a week on Cape Cod this summer. But we’ve never been, and I have no idea about where we should stay. We’re not looking to break the bank, but we have a little money to spend if it gets us in the right place. Where should I look for a vacation rental cottage or condo that is within walking distance to a great beach?

    Reply

  17. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    I’m planning on taking a family vacation to Cape Cod in July and need some information. We’re from Ohio and have never been to the Cape. I have 3 young girls 13, 10, & 8. We plan on flying into Boston, spending a day in Boston doing the Freedom Trail walk and catching a baseball game then heading to the Cape the next morning. Any advice on where to go, how to get there, where to stay, good swimming beaches…etc. Moderate budget.

    Reply

  18. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I have just started using the WordPress CMS. I noticed that some themes display the featured image both, on the front page, and above the content of the post.

    The theme I am using (Catch Box) does not display the featured image above the post content on the single post page.

    I really need this functionality, can anyone help?

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  19. Dollie Mccrystal Says:

    The title says it all, really. I presume that “fully featured” means colours and italics and the like will show up in the received e-mails?

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  20. Marcia Hester Says:

    I’d like to visit Cape Cod this Summer. I will be with my two young children (ages 2, 6), and my husband. I’ve never been there. Can anyone recommend any lodging, restaurants, activities that are family friendly and won’t break the bank? Also, are there any specific towns that you recommend? Thanks!!!

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  21. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I’d like to plan to go whale watching on Cape Cod this weekend. Can anyone recommend a particular company, or make any other suggestions for selecting a company? Any information would be appreciated.

    Reply

  22. Marcia Hester Says:

    I am going for a weekend trip to Cape Cod for whale watching with my school. I live in North Jersey and its 90 here, but i hear it’ll be like 50 there this weekend. We are staying at a hotel with an indoor pool, gym, sauna, hot tub, and game room.
    What are somethings you think i should bring?
    (please don’t just say the obvious stuff like cloths and a toothbrush)

    Oh and i am a 14 year old female

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  23. Malinda Shurtliff Says:

    What is it like after peak season?

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  24. Maggie Saucier Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

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  25. Melissa Nason Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

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  26. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    This is one of the dinner selection items for a wedding reception

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  27. Joanne Mefford Says:

    we are staying for a week.I was wondering what things other than the beach can u do there. we are going to yarmouth by the way.(not sure if thats how u spell it)

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  28. Kathleen Frias Says:

    Where are some good places to eat there and some great things to do? This is my first time there and I want to have fun! Thanks!

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  29. Carrie Major Says:

    I want to book a two night getaway for my boyfriend and I either in the Cape or somewhere like it – Anyone have any suggestions? Cheaper the better but no yucky hotels!

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  30. Desmarais Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

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  31. Maricela Rothrock Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  32. Carrie Major Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  33. Marcia Hester Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  34. Carrie Major Says:

    I live on the west coast and have never been to the Cape, but I’m thinking about going sometime next September. I was wondering which side of Cape Code is nice and has a lot of things to do, where to stay, and suggestions how to get there. (Should I get a flight to Boston and get a van to take me to Cape Cod?)

    Reply

  35. Alejandra Fleishman Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  36. Melisa Klenke Says:

    Im 19 years old, and me and my family are going there for 3 nights. I want to know is it good? and is there anything to do?

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  37. Molly Griego Says:

    Things to do in cape cod with 8 kids and 2 adults.

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  38. Marcia Hester Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

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  39. Patsy Herring Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  40. Melissa Nason Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  41. Melissa Nason Says:

    I’m going to the cape for a couple days and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to which beach/hotel to stay at. Our only requirement really is that it must be walking distance from a beach. We’re looking for decent rates but we understand you have to pay for prime location..

    Anyway, I started searching around and it’s really overwhelming when you don’t know the area. WAYYY too many beaches and hotels to choose from.

    If anyone could give some recommendations as to a good beach to go to, it would be greatly appreciated. Could be Falmouth, Hyannis.. ect.. We’re open to suggestions.

    Thanks

    Reply

  42. Roslyn Pasley Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  43. Gloria Hester Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  44. Christy Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  45. Lorrie Lauro Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  46. Desmarais Says:

    I’m going to the cape for a couple days and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to which beach/hotel to stay at. Our only requirement really is that it must be walking distance from a beach. We’re looking for decent rates but we understand you have to pay for prime location..

    Anyway, I started searching around and it’s really overwhelming when you don’t know the area. WAYYY too many beaches and hotels to choose from.

    If anyone could give some recommendations as to a good beach to go to, it would be greatly appreciated. Could be Falmouth, Hyannis.. ect.. We’re open to suggestions.

    Thanks

    Reply

  47. Lola Lockwood Says:

    Either for my parents for their anniversary in January/February or as a family trip in April.
    Could you tell me possible activities, hotels, deals, packages, anything?
    and Please tell me around how much everything will cost if you can, (as you can tell, we don’t go on vacations very often and have never been to Cape Cod) and we live in NY
    thanks!

    Reply

  48. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    I live on the west coast and have never been to the Cape, but I’m thinking about going sometime next September. I was wondering which side of Cape Code is nice and has a lot of things to do, where to stay, and suggestions how to get there. (Should I get a flight to Boston and get a van to take me to Cape Cod?)

    Reply

  49. Heidi Cabrera Says:

    I’m in charge of planning a cape cod vacation on a budget for three families for 3-4 days, 2-3 nights. Ive never been there before. We want to rent a large house. We want to have fun! What should we do? Let me know your experience your advice etc.
    Tentative Date 8/16,17,18

    Reply

  50. Elyn Patchman Says:

    I want to go there for a short vacation. So if you can recommend me places that would be great. Also, what are the beaches like? Is it hard to get around the area?. I’m also wondering how big it actually is and if you have an idea of where I should stay to get the best of my trip. Thanks for the help!

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  51. Sonia Gourley Says:

    I’m going to the cape for a couple days and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to which beach/hotel to stay at. Our only requirement really is that it must be walking distance from a beach. We’re looking for decent rates but we understand you have to pay for prime location..

    Anyway, I started searching around and it’s really overwhelming when you don’t know the area. WAYYY too many beaches and hotels to choose from.

    If anyone could give some recommendations as to a good beach to go to, it would be greatly appreciated. Could be Falmouth, Hyannis.. ect.. We’re open to suggestions.

    Thanks

    Reply

  52. Abbey Spencer Says:

    I have a debate with my father, I say there was old groth large pines, similar to what’s used on the USS Constituition’s keel (from N.C), and that the Cape was stripped and scrub pine was all that could regrow in the peninsula. He says no large trees ever existed on the Cape and that it has always been scrub pine.

    Reply

  53. Jeanie Roudebush Says:

    If so where on Cape Cod? Any good restaurant recommendations?

    Reply

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