See yourself exploring the National
Seashore on the outer Cape, where the sand dunes seem to go on
forever and you see a whale surface for the first time right
in front of your eyes. Or picture yourself sitting in front of
a crackling fire: relaxed, with tea and home-baked cookies by
your side, and soft music in the background.
This is the experience at The Inn at Lewis
Bay. Dating back to the 1920's, this lovely Dutch Colonial was
set in a quiet seaside neighborhood of Cape Cod. Today, just
steps from the beach, the home has become a charming bed and
The Inn boasts a large dining and living
room with a fireplace, which is the perfect place to make new
friends or to enjoy afternoon tea. Or, if you prefer, select a
popular novel from the inn's reading nook and simply relax.
All of the six bedrooms have queen-sized beds as well as
private baths with antique tubs. The rooms are each decorated
differently and are named after special little touches of Cape
Cod which have brought guests back time and time again. Two of
the guest rooms have peeks of Lewis Bay, and all are
comfortably furnished with a mixture of antiques and country.
One guest room provides two-queen beds. Guest enjoy in-room
Cable TV, Wireless Internet Access, air-conditioning, electric
fireplace, and ample parking. Beach chairs and towels are also
You will awake each morning to the smell of
fresh baked muffins and hot brewed coffee with the sound of
the breeze coming off the bay. Start your day with an early
morning stroll to the beach to watch sailboats and windsurfers
glide by. Enjoy your coffee on the porch, where you can
leisurely plan your day. In the dining room a bountiful
home-made breakfast will be served. Afternoon snacks are
The inn has a library of area menus and
attractions, and your hosts will by happy to help you get the
most out of your stay by providing recommendations and
Ideally located mid-Cape on the southern
side, The bed and breakfast has easy access to virtually
everything Cape Cod has to offer. A short drive will take you
to Hyannis Harbor to board ferries to Martha's Vineyard or
Bicycling and golf are other favorite
pastimes and Yarmouth boasts more golf courses than any other
town on the Cape.
Antique shops and museums can easily be
found nestled between cranberry bogs and seafood restaurants.
For the more adventurous, try your hand at sailing or fishing.
Whether you come to the Cape for the
beautiful beaches, the fabulous food, or just for a great
getaway, The Inn at Lewis Bay will be waiting for you with its
cozy rooms and warm welcome. So, take that first step to a
treasured vacation at The Inn at Lewis Bay.